The investment fraud lawyers of Gana Weinstein LLP are examining multiple customer disputes filed with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) against broker Gregory Tucker. According to BrokerCheck, Tucker has a multitude of customer complaints mostly pertaining to unsuitability and misrepresentation.
In November 2016, a customer complaint was filed against Tucker alleging that the broker mishandled his client’s account during his employment at D.A Davidson & Co. Tucker allegedly made unsuitable and heavily concentrated recommendations. In addition, Tucker allegedly engaged in excessive trading in regards to the client’s account. The case is pending.
Another currently pending case against Tucker was filed in February 2016 for allegedly misrepresenting an investment product to his client. During the period of March 2009 through January 2016, Tucker allegedly made material and false representations of the municipal bonds that his client then bought. Additionally, the customer claims that Tucker allegedly made recommendations that were unsuitable and lacked diversity, which resulted in substantial portfolio loss for the client.