Brian Michael Berger (CRD# 3208127), formerly registered with Wells Fargo Advisors and MetLife Securities has been accused by a customer of misappropriating funds. In connection with an investigation into these allegations, FINRA requested Berger submit various documents and information. Berger failed to cooperate with the FINRA investigation, which is a violation of securities industry regulations, and has since been barred from the securities industry.
Unfortunately, senior citizens are a common target of investment fraud. This can happen for a number of reasons, including:
- Perceived cognitive impairments
- Grief due to loss of spouse or loved ones
- More time and availability to listen to investment proposals
- Politeness – many elderly investors will give into an investment pitch so they don’t seem rude
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