Former Texas-based Oppenheimer broker David Krumrey has been suspended from acting as a broker for failing to respond to FINRA requests for information. Krumrey was fired by Oppenheimer in August 2017 for,
“attempting to settle a complaint away from the firm.”
Krumrey is not registered with any member firm.
According to David Krumrey’s FINRA report, he was previously the subject of two customer disputes; one of which was settled in 2017, and one that is still pending. One customer dispute dealt with allegations of unauthorized trading and the other related to the sale of oil and gas investments to a customer. Both occurred during the time period in which he was registered at Oppenheimer.
Unless Krumrey complies and seeks termination of the suspension, he will become permanently barred on April 6, 2018.
Did You Lose Money While Working with David Krumrey?
If you or someone you know suffered financial harm while working with David Krumrey, you may be able to recoup some of the money that was lost.
You may have a limited amount of time to file your claim. To schedule a free case evaluation with Meyer Wilson right away, call (614) 532-4576.
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