The securities fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are currently investigating claims against broker Scott F. Goldman (CRD# 1682329).
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) alleged that broker and investment adviser Scott Goldman (CRD# 1682329) recommended an unsuitable investment strategy to an elderly customer that unduly concentrated her in risky, leveraged precious metal products.
Though his actions, FINRA found that Goldman violated FINRA Rule 2010, as well as NASD Rules 2821 and 2310. Prior to FINRA’s actions, Goldman was the subject of three customer disputes that were settled for a total of $209,000 between June of 2012 and October of 2014 while he was a broker and investment adviser for H. Beck, Inc., based out of Arlington Heights, IL. Goldman most recently worked for Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. based out of Arlington Heights, IL. He is not currently registered.
Contact our investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson today if you lost money investing with former Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. and H. Beck, Inc. broker Scott Goldman. We have helped about 1,000 clients recover hundreds of millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements since we first opened our doors nearly 20 years ago, and every case we accept is handled on a contingency fee bases. This means that you won’t owe us any legal fees until we help you recover your losses. Get started by filling out our online form for a free case evaluation, or call us at one of our four office locations to speak with a member of our firm today.