NYLife Securities Client Files Dispute Involving Securities Broker Andre Senegal
Evidently, FINRA BrokerCheck contains new information in regard to securities broker Andre Pierre Senegal (CRD#: 6065655, Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois). Namely, two investor disputes involve Senegal – the most recent of which is from November 2020. Also, OneAmerica Securities (his employer in 2020) permitted him to resign, and NYLife Securities (his employer from 2013 to 2019) disaffiliated with him. Here’s a closer look at these disclosures.
Andre Senegal’s NYLife Securities Client Alleges Inability To Access Funds
It appears that a NYLife Securities client took issue with Andre Senegal. In the November 2020 dispute, the client claimed that they gave Senegal a $15,000 check for a Bitcoin investment. Supposedly, the securities broker did not follow up with the client about their investment. Not only that, but the client allegedly cannot obtain their funds. This matter is currently ongoing; however, the broker denies the allegations.
OneAmerica Securities Permits Senegal To Resign
Evidently, Andre Senegal’s employment at OneAmerica Securities came to an end in November 2020. Notably, he was permitted to resign after the firm received information alleging that Senegal obtained funds from a client to open a cryptocurrency account. Supposedly, there was no record of an account for the client. However, Senegal denies OneAmerica’s allegations.
NYLife Securities Disaffiliates With Andre Senegal
Also, NYLife Securities disaffiliated with Andre Senegal in July 2019 after alleging misconduct regarding a client. Notably, NYLife Securities claimed that Senegal had a person meet with an investor regarding a purchase of the person’s business. However, the securities broker denies NYLife’s allegations.
Client Of NYLife Securities Alleges To Be Misled About Conversion Credits On VUL Purchase
Moreover, Andre Senegal’s client at NYLife Securities filed a dispute in April 2018. Mainly, the client claimed that the securities broker misled them about conversion credits in connection with a variable universal life insurance policy that they bought. Evidently, NYLife Securities denied the dispute.
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