Investors Of Cantella And Oppenheimer File Disputes About Broker David Pawloski
It appears through Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) BrokerCheck that there are six investors who brought disputes about securities broker David Pawloski (CRD#: 1438717, Red Bank, New Jersey). Evidently, Pawloski worked for Oppenheimer Co. from 2002 to 2018 and he joined Cantella Co. as a securities broker in January 2018. Here is a quick rundown of what investors have alleged against Pawloski.
Cantella Client Indicates Displeasure With David Pawloski’s Equity Trades
Evidently, a client of Cantella Co. brought a dispute about David Pawloski. Namely, in the April 2020 dispute, the client appeared to suffer damages on equity securities. For this reason, they asked for compensation. The client’s complaint has been denied by Cantella Co.
Client Of Oppenheimer Alleges That Pawloski Made Unauthorized Trades
In a second dispute on David Pawloski’s record, a client of Oppenheimer disputed his trading. Specifically, the client alleges in this May 2017 complaint that Pawloski traded without authorization. Not only that, but Pawloski is accused of making unsuitable stock trades. Suitability generally concerns a client’s investment goals, risk tolerance, financial needs and other important information. Apparently, Oppenheimer opted to settle the client’s complaint through making a $60,000 payment in October 2017.
Oppenheimer Client Alleges That David Pawloski Charged Excessive Fees
Apparently, an Oppenheimer client contested David Pawloski’s actions in an August 2016 FINRA Arbitration Claim. Supposedly, Pawloski advised the client regarding direct investments and oil and gas investments. The client alleged that Pawloski recommended unsuitable investments. In addition, the securities broker allegedly charged the client high fees and commissions. For this reason, Oppenheimer opted to settle with the client through making a $20,000 payment in July 2017.
Prior Disputes About Pawloski
It appears that David Pawloski stands accused of some additional sales practice violations. For example, in his first reported dispute, a client received compensation after making allegations of questionable investment recommendations. In another of his reported disputes, a client alleged misrepresentation. It appears that the client received $15,000 in compensation. There is also a customer’s allegation of the failure to follow instructions, but that complaint was denied.
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