- March 1, 2019
- Securities America
Andrew Burdsall is a Financial Advisor at Securities American in Jeffersonville, IN. Andrew Burdsall has been in the securities industry since 1999 and previously worked at Ameriprise Financial Services and LDS Life Insurance Co.
According to publicly available records released by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Andrew Burdsall has five customer complaints disclosed on his CRD, including one pending complaint, alleging sales practice violations:
- January 2019—”Client alleges that after briefly discussing the possibility of generating a monthly income plan, the representative placed unauthorized trades within the client’s account which resulted in a loss to his portfolio.” Alleged damages are $106,2020 and the matter remains pending.
- December 2010—”IN CONNECTION WITH THE RECOMMENDATION AND SALE OF MEDICAL CAPITAL, CLAIMANTS ALLEGE UNSUITABILITY, MISREPRESENTATION, AND VIOLATION OF DUTIES OWED TO CLAIMANTS.” The matter was settled for $32,493.
- August 2010—”IN CONNECTION WITH THE RECOMMENDATION AND SALE OF PROVIDENT ROYALTIES, CLAIMANT ALLEGES UNSUITABILITY, MISREPRESENTATION, AND VIOLATION OF DUTIES OWED TO CLAIMANT.” The matter was settled for $20,888.
- July 2010—”IN CONNECTION WITH THE RECOMMENDATION AND SALE OF PROVIDENT ROYALTIES, CLAIMANT ALLEGES UNSUITABILITY, MISREPRESENTATION, AND VIOLATION OF DUTIES OWED TO CLAIMANT.” The matter was settled for $626,661.
- December 2009—”RELATING TO THE SALE OF PROVIDENT SHALE, IMH SECURED LOAN FUND, AND A VARIABLE ANNUITY, CLAIMANTS ALLEGE MISREPRESENTATION, UNSUITABILITY, NEGLIGENCE, FRAUD AND BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY.” The matter was settled for $31,000.
For a copy of the Andrew Burdsall’s CRD, click https://brokercheck.finra.org/individual/summary/4043145#disclosuresSection
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