A Tustin, Calif. woman is facing a long list of civil and criminal penalties after allegedly orchestrating a multimillion-dollar investment fraud scheme.

In a civil complaint filed Feb. 14, the Securities and Exchange Commission charged Brenda A. Eschbach with securities fraud, investment advisory fraud and acting as an unregistered broker-dealer.

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