||Decision's Effective Date
| El-Maasri, Churci dba San Marcos Check Cashing
||California Deferred Deposit Transaction Law
||Order to revoke License of Chucri
El-Maasri, dba San Marcos Check Cashing, for failing to maintain books and records in accordance with Financial Code section 23023, failing to disclose information to consumers in accordance with Financial Code section 23035, charging excessive fees in violation of Financial Code section 23036, and filing a false report in violation of 10 C.C.R. sec. 2030.
|Epsha, Christopher P.
||Corporate Securities Law of 1968
||Order upheld to desist and refrain from violating Corporations Code section 25110 (offer or sale of unqualified securities) and violating Corporations Code section 25401 (omission of material facts in connection with the offer or sale of securities). (See all actions)
| Escrow Control
|| Escrow Law
|| Order to discontinue
violations of failing to reconcile its escrow trust bank
accounts at least once a month as well as failing to keep
records and maintain books in accordance with good business
practices pursuant to section 17602 of the California
Financial Code of the Escrow Law.
Estrada, Naomi aka Estrada, Neomi
|| Order to suspend from any position of employment, management or control of any escrow agent pursuant to California Financial Code section 17423 of the Escrow Law. See also, Administrative Order.
|EurOrient Financial Group, Ltd
||Corporations Securities Law of 1968
||Order to desist and refrain from violating Corporations Code section 25110 (offer or sale of unqualified securities) and Corporations Code section 25401 (false and misleading statements of material fact)
| Everhart, Steven,
and Senior's Choice, Inc.
||Order to desist
and refrain from offering or selling unregistered franchises
in violation of Corporations Code section 31110.
Express Cash and Loan, Inc.
April 17, 2008
California Deferred Deposit Transaction Law
Order to revoke License, stayed upon condition of completion of 3 years probation, and order to pay $4,700 within 6 months. See also Enforcement Action