Berthel Fisher Financial Financial Advisor, Jonathan Pyne, Has Six Customer Complaints
Jonathan T. Pyne is a Financial Advisor at Berthel Fisher & Co. in Minneapolis, MN. Jonathan Pyne has been in the securities industry since 1995 and previously worked at W.S. Griffith & Co., Inc., 1717 Capital Management Company, Clearing Services of America, Inc. and United Planners’ Financial Services of America.
According to publicly available records released by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), in January 2019, a customer filed a complaint against Jonathan Pyne alleging that “the investments he purchased between 2007-2015 were unsuitable and misrepresented by the representative. The client also alleges the firm failed to supervise the actions of the representative.” The complaint alleges damages of $150,000 and remains pending.
In addition, Jonathan Pyne has also been the subject of five additional complaints.
- December 2017 – “The client alleges that the representative failed to meet his fiduciary obligation by mismanaging her account and failing to communicate with her that her account was losing money. The client also alleges the representative surrendered her annuity without her permission.” The complaint alleges damages of $19,250.
- July 2017 – “The client would like to redeem her investment and is alleging that she was misled by the reprentative into purchasing an investment that she didn’t know was illiquid.”
- September 2016 – “The client is alleging that the investments she purchased in 2008 and 2009 were unsuitable and misrepresented to her by the representative.” The matter settled for $48,175.57.
- April 2014 – “THE CLIENT ALLEGES THE INVESTMENTS PURCHASED IN 2007 AND 2008 WERE MISREPRESENTED AND UNSUITABLE. THE CLIENT ALSO ALLEGES THE FIRM FAILED TO SUPERVISE THE REPRESENTATIVE.” The matter settled for $110,000.
- May 2011 – “CLIENT ALLEGES THE INVESTMENT WAS MISREPRESENTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVE.”
For a copy of Jonathan Pyne’s CRD, click https://brokercheck.finra.org/individual/summary/2580510#disclosuresSection.
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