Investor Alleges Traderfield, Daniel Soliman Misrepresented Information About Trading

Soreide Law Group is examining investor disputes concerning securities broker Daniel M. Soliman (CRD#: 6053300, New York, New York), as disclosed on FINRA BrokerCheck. Notably, Soliman was a securities broker at Traderfield Securities (his employer from 2016 to 2018) during the time of the allegations against him. Let’s take a closer look at the allegations of misrepresentation as reported on BrokerCheck, but be mindful that the securities broker denies committing any sales practice violations.

Traderfield Securities Client Alleges Misrepresentation Of Stocks, According To Arbitration Claim About Daniel Soliman

It seems that a Traderfield Securities client disputed Daniel Soliman’s actions, according to a dispute on October 7, 2019. The client contends that Soliman’s misrepresentations produced damages in relation to the client’s investments in over-the-counter equities and common and preferred stocks. Because of this, the client states that the securities firm should pay $500,000 in damages to resolve the client’s allegations. This matter awaits a resolution.

Client Alleges Information Misrepresented in Connection With Equities Trades

Evidently, a Traderfield Securities client decided to lodge a dispute about Daniel Soliman’s and the securities firm’s sales practices on July 1, 2019. The client’s allegations against the securities firm or broker include misrepresentation. It appears that Soliman or his employer caused damages to the client through their investments in common stocks, preferred stocks, and over-the-counter equities. Evidently, Traderfield Securities agreed to pay the client $24,500, per a settlement dated February 22, 2021.

FINRA Bars Daniel Soliman After He Allegedly Failed To Appear For Testimony

FINRA barred Daniel Soliman as a securities broker effective June 26, 2019. The regulator generally expels a securities broker who fails to comply during an investigation. FINRA contends that the securities broker violated Rule 8210 because of his failure to testify.

Did You Sustain Damages Through Daniel Soliman?

Did Daniel Soliman cause you to experience losses? You could call Soreide Law Group at (888) 760-6552 and speak with a securities attorney about possibly recovering your losses. Soreide Law Group takes clients’ cases on a contingency fee basis and advances costs. The firm has recovered compensation for many United States investors who incurred losses because of their financial advisors or securities brokers. Please note that Soliman denies all accusations of his inappropriate sales practices.

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