WASHINGTON -- Several investors who bought bonds sold by the California firm FSG Financial Services Inc., which the Securities and Exchange Commission closed down in July for allegedly selling nonexistent tax-exempt securities, are considering suing the firm, a lawyer for the bond purchasers said yesterday.

So far six investors who bought roughly a half a million dollars worth of revenue bonds sold by FSG are mulling over whether to file a suit charging the Beverly Hills firm with securities fraud, according to Jeffrey Nadrich, a Los Angeles attorney who represents the six.

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