The securities fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are currently investigating claims against broker and investment adviser Walter Marino (CRD# 2121623).
Former Benjamin Securities, Inc. broker and investment adviser Walter J. Marino (CRD# 2121623) is currently the subject of four pending customer disputes and previously settled three other customer disputes. In addition, his Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) BrokerCheck report shows that he has been discharged twice since 2015 and a third time back in 2001 for making unsuitable recommendations, making unauthorized trades, disregarding client investment objectives and misrepresenting transactions.
Marino was most recently registered with Benjamin Securities, Inc. based out of Hauppauge, NY. He was registered there for less than a month before leaving for undisclosed reasons. Prior to that, he worked at Lincoln Investment based out of Dix Hills, NY for less than three weeks before the firm discharged him. Prior to that, he worked at:
- Planmember Securities Corporation based out of Farmingville, NY, where he worked for less than three weeks.
- Legend Equities Corporation based out of Bohemia, NY, where he worked from July 24, 2002 until Audust 11, 2015 when he was discharged from the firm.
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