Former Ameriprise Financial Services Broker Subject of Multiple Customer Complaints
David Philip Gershoni (CRD#: 2138675) was recently discharged from his employment with Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC after allegations that he violated company policies. Prior to his termination, Gershoni was the subject of multiple customer disputes involving unsuitable investment recommendations. Investors harmed by alleged stockbroker misconduct such as unsuitability are strongly encouraged to contact an attorney.
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Allegations Resulting in Employment Separation
According to publicly available information, David Philip Gershoni was terminated from his position as a registered representative of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC after violating company policy. His BrokerCheck report indicates that he was discharged for violations related to financial planning fees and solicitation of securities, including equity listed (common & preferred stock) and Exchange Traded Funds (EFTs).
Until his termination, Gershoni had worked for Ameriprise for nearly 30 years. Throughout his employment with Ameriprise, he had been the subject of several customer disputes. Several of the complaints resulted in settlements for the customers. He is currently listed as a registered broker with Aegis Capital Corp. of Westport, Connecticut.
Customer Disputes Against Gershoni
While employed as a registered representative of Ameriprise Financial Services, at least four customers filed disputes against David Gershoni. Three of the disputes were settled. The first customer dispute was filed in January 2002 and alleged that advisors with the firm made unsuitable recommendations.
The second dispute was filed in March of the same year. Clients allege that the firm and its advisors were responsible for over $840,000 in market losses.
A third dispute was filed in June 2002 alleging similar misconduct, including that Gershoni made unsuitable recommendations in the technology sector despite customer concerns about conserving wealth. The customers reported losses of $1.42 million.
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