Kalos Capital Financial Advisor, Eric Weschke, Has Thirteen Customer Complaints
Eric Weschke is a Financial Advisor at Kalos Capital, Inc. in Setauket, NY. Eric Weschke has been in the securities industry since 1994 and previously worked at Harrison Douglas, Alternative Wealth Strategies, Equity Services, Self Trading Securities and Tasin & Company.
According to publicly available records released by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Eric Weschke is the subject of thirteen customer complaints, including the following:
- February 2019 – “Breach of fiduciary duty, unsuitable recommendations during the time period October 2015-2017.” The alleged damages are $200,000, and the matter is currently pending.
- March 2000 – “UNSUITABLE RECOMMENDATIONS.” The alleged damages were $120,000.
- March 2000 – “UNAUTHORIZED PURCHASES.” An arbitration panel awarded the customers a total of $155,000.
- June 1999 – “UNSUITABLE TRADES.” The matter settled for $50,000.
- December 1998 – “ANTI-FRAUD VIOLATION OF VARIOUS SECURITIES AND UNSUITABLE RECOMMENDATIONS RELATING TO USE OF MARGIN.” The matter settled form $52,500.
- December 1998 – “UNSUITABLE USE OF MARGIN RESULTING IN LOSS OF INVESTMENT.” The matter settled for $47,500.
- December 1998 – “UNSUITABLE RECOMMENDATIONS AND USE OF MARGIN.” The matter settled for $60,000.
- October 1998 – “SPECULATIVE SECURITIES.” The matter settled for $25,000.
In addition, in October 2000, the Virgina Division of Securities ordered that Eric Weschke be placed under special supervison “BASED ON MR. WESCHKE’S DISCIPLINARY HISTORY…” That same year, the Ohio Division of Securities denied Eric Weschke’s state securities license application. For a copy of Eric Weschke’s CRD, click https://brokercheck.finra.org/individual/summary/2486324.
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