Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Gregory Tucker, a former registered broker with D.A. Davidson & Co. Tucker allegedly mishandled a client account, made unsuitable and heavily concentrated recommendations, and made false representations of the municipal bonds that the client then bought. These are against securities rules and firm rules. A broker must do his due diligence for any security that he recommends or sells. If he does not, his brokerage firm may be liable for losses. To find out how to sue D.A. Davidson & Co. in the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) on a contingency fee basis, please call us today. Attorneys are standing by. We only make money if you recover yours. The call is free. According to an online FINRA BrokerCheck report, Tucker was previously registered with A.F. Stepp Investments from January 1976 until August 1982 and Ruan Securities Corp in Des Moines, Iowa from July 1985 until February 2009. He is currently registered with D.A. Davidson & Co. in Des Moines and has been since March 2009. He has four customer disputes pending against him.
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