15 Years Ago in Registered Rep

New York-based Shearson broker Charles Lewis won an aggravated harassment case against 67-year-old Ethel Scull, for phoning Lewis 1,208 times over eight days including 485 times on one day following the October 1987 crash. Scull was concerned her portfolio was hemorrhaging money, when it actually grew by $300,000. She was fined and issued a restraining order. Lewis received court protection for three

New York-based Shearson broker Charles Lewis won an aggravated harassment case against 67-year-old Ethel Scull, for phoning Lewis 1,208 times over eight days — including 485 times on one day — following the October 1987 crash. Scull was concerned her portfolio was hemorrhaging money, when it actually grew by $300,000. She was fined and issued a restraining order. Lewis received court protection for three years from the chatty sexagenarian.
June 1989

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