INVESTOR ALERT – Worden Capital Management Financial Advisor, Richard Reynolds, Has Ten Customer Complaints
Richard F. Reynolds is a Financial Advisor at Worden Capital Management LLC in Melville, NY. Richard Reynolds has been in the securities industry since 1991 and previously worked at South Richmond Securities, Inc., Rickel & Associates, Inc., Gruntal & Co., LLC, Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, American Capital Partners, LLC and Rockwell Global Capital LLC.
According to publicly available records released by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Richard Reynolds has 10 customer complaints disclosed on his CRD. The allegations are as follows:
- December 2018 – “Negligence and negligent supervision. Alleged activity took place between April 2017 and December 2018.” Alleged damages are $65,000.
- November 2018 – “Statutory and common law fraud, misrepresentation, negligence, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. Dates of alleged activity May 2016 through January 2018.” Alleged damages are $56,000.
- May 2018 – “Churning, improper use of margin, unsuitability, and high commissions.” The matter settled for $150,000.
- June 2011 – “SUITABILITY” Settled for $164,000.
- July 2010 – “UNAUTHORIZED TRADING, SUITABILITY, CHURNING AND MISREPRESENTATIONS.” Settled for $65,700.
- January 2009 – “CLIENT ALLEGED VIA VERBAL COMPLAINT UNSUITABILTY ON THE PURCHASE OF WASHINGTON MUTUAL INC.” Settled for alleged damages amount of $35,000.
- August 2008 – “SUMMARY OF CLAIM ALLEGES CHURNING, OVER-CONCENTRATION AND UNATHORIZED TRADING.” Settled for $82,500.
- August 2007 – “CUSTOMER ALLEGES LOSES DUE TO FAILURE TO REDUCE MARGIN DEBT.”
- April 2006 – “CLAIMANT ALLEGED THAT FINANCIAL CONSULTANT MADE UNSUITABLE RECOMMENDATIONS.” Settled for $127,500.
- October 1998 – “CLIENT ALLEGED UNAUTHORIZED TRADING AND FAILURE TO EXECUTE TRADES REGARDING UNSPECIFIED STOCKS THAT WERE BOUGHT IN HIS ACCOUNT IN 1997.”
In addition, Richard Reynolds was suspended for 5 months in 2009 by the New York Stock Exchange for violating various Exchange Rules, and in October 2013, he was summarily denied registration as a salesperson in the State of Michigan because he “engaged in dishonest or unethical practices in the securities and investment business…”
For a copy of the Richard Reynolds CRD, click https://brokercheck.finra.org/individual/summary/2162706#disclosuresSection
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