At Meyer Wilson, we understand that facing investment losses can be deeply distressing, especially when those losses may be the result of inappropriate actions by financial advisors. It’s with a sense of duty and concern that I address the troubling situation involving Richard Michael Wesselt, also known as Rich Wesselt, who has been associated with multiple brokerages over the years.
My firm has come across several alarming allegations against Mr. Wesselt, which are documented on FINRA BrokerCheck. These allegations include unsuitable and costly insurance product recommendations, as well as misrepresentations regarding variable annuities and insurance products. He has been the subject of 28 customer disputes, one termination, and several regulatory actions. FINRA barred him from working in the securities industry in 2020 for his sales practice violations of variable annuities to customers.
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If you or someone you know has sustained financial losses as a result of dealings with Richard Wesselt, it’s crucial to remember that you’re not alone, and you have options. At Meyer Wilson, we are committed to advocating for investors’ rights and helping them recover their losses. We have a track record of successfully recovering investments for our clients across the United States, operating on a contingency fee basis and advancing all necessary costs.
I urge you not to hesitate if you find yourself in a situation where your investments have been compromised due to questionable recommendations or actions by a financial advisor. Contact us directly at 866-938-2021 or visit our website at investorclaims.com to explore your legal options.
At Meyer Wilson, we believe in justice for investors and holding those responsible accountable for their actions. We stand ready to assist you through every step of the process, ensuring that your case is handled with the utmost care and professionalism. Reach out to us today, and let us help you on the path to financial recovery.
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