Updated Thursday, October 23, 2014 as of 3:20 PM ET

Florida Planners Suing CFP Board Seek Damages

Two planners who are suing the CFP Board amended their complaint to seek unspecified damages in addition to earlier claims seeking an admission of fault from the board as well as the quashing of a public sanction for calling their practice fee-only.

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Comments (2)
Until the court made their lawsuit public, I had never heard of the Camarda's. They seem to be generating alot of the publicity themselves! They appear to be generating their own publicity. I wish them well in their endeavor.
Posted by Consumer A | Monday, September 30 2013 at 3:36PM ET
This latest public embarrassment has reinforced my inclination to avoid professional association with the CFPs.
Posted by Tony N | Monday, September 30 2013 at 9:35PM ET
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