Chris Burns of Dynamic Money has disappeared, along with more than $78,000. He disappeared on September 24, the day before he was due to turn over papers related to an SEC investigation into his business, Dynamic Money. Dynamic Money offers financial advice through registered brokerage firm Investus Advisory, LLC.

Chris Burns provided financial advice on a variety of platforms. He hosted a podcast called “The Chris Burns Show” and has made several TV appearances, including a guest spot on Fox News’ Fox & Friends. A representative from WSB-TV 2 in Atlanta said Burns was “Actively involved in a local church and the community,” and that many of Burns’ clients “say they trusted him.”

Chris Burns, who was previously registered with Hornor, Townsend & Kent, has no disclosures on his BrokerCheck record — the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s publicly maintained broker record. Even investors who researched his professional history as a broker would not have found anything to call Burns’ reputation into question. Angie O’Connor, an investor in Dynamic Money, told Channel 2, “I am so thorough. I can’t believe this happened to me.” Unfortunately, BrokerCheck doesn’t always provide a complete picture of a broker’s professional conduct.

Burns’ wife discovered his car abandoned in a parking lot. Inside, she found copies of three cashier’s checks which were worth a total of $78,200. The SEC hasn’t made the details of the investigation public, but investors who worked with Chris Burns during his time at Hornor, Townsend & Kent should review their investments. If you have concerns, don’t hesitate to contact the lawyers at Fitapelli Kurta for a free consultation. Contact us at (877) 238-4175 or info@fkesq.com.

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