A broker with Geneos Wealth Management has been accused by clients of making unsuitable investment recommendations in real estate securities.
Joseph Sterling (CRD# 1101378), who is still registered with Geneos Wealth Management, is facing two client disputes alleging the broker recommended unsuitable investments. Both cases have been filed in FINRA arbitration and are currently pending.
Both clients filed their cases in July of 2017. The clients both alleged that Sterling made unsuitable investment recommendations of real estate securities.
Sterling has been with Geneos Wealth Management since 2005.
Brokers are obligated by industry rules to gather facts about their clients before recommending any investments. Brokers must only recommend investments to their clients that meet their client’s investment objectives, risk tolerance, age, and experience level. If you think your broker made unsuitable recommendations and you lost money as a result, call Meyer Wilson’s attorneys to see if you have a legal claim.
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