Investors: What To Do If You Suffered Churning Losses With Thomas Sullivan

AdobeStock_90383187-1-300x194Did you or someone you know suffer churning losses with Thomas Sullivan, a former representative with Hallmark Investments? If so, the Chicago and Barrington, Illinois-based attorneys are interested in speaking with you about those losses. In May 2010, Sullivan was discharged from Hallmark on allegations that he stole revenue from the firm. Churning is also referred to as excessive trading and is when a broker generates too many trades in an account. It is against securities rules and laws and against firm rules. It is used to benefit the broker in that he makes large commissions, and hurts the client because it generates large fees. We are securities attorneys who sue firms in the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration forum on a contingency fee basis in order to recover those losses. Please call today at 312-332-4200 for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation with an attorney. They are standing by.
According to his online FINRA BrokerCheck report, Mr. Sullivan was previously registered with Shearson Lehman, Merrill Lynch, Painewebber, Lehman Brothers, Whale Securities, AS Goldmen, Roan Capital Partners, Prime Charter, Oppenheimer & Co., First Republic Group, VFinance Investments, Hallmark Investments in New York, New York from January 2006 until September 2006, Clark Dodge, Hallmark in New York from July 2007 until June 2010, Lampert Capital Markets and Quint Capital Corp. He is currently registered with Westpark Capital Inc. in New York and has been since December 2016. He has six customer disputes against him.

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