Selling Away Issues with Gerald “Jerry” Tagge and Cetera Advisors?

Do you have complaints against Gerald “Jerry” Tagge, a broker registered with Cetera Advisors out of Omaha, Nebraska? Tagge allegedly sold $125,000 in promissory notes, which constitutes as “selling away,” and is against securities rules and regulations. Selling away is a tactic used by brokers to generate large commissions and fees for themselves, and they do this by offering investments that are not sold or offered by their member firm. Firms such as Cetera Advisors can be sued for failing to supervise their brokers and allowing them to sell away. We sue firms such as Cetera in the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration process on a contingency fee basis to help clients recover their losses. The call to us is free. 312-332-4200. Please call us for a consultation to see if you may be able to bring a claim against Cetera Advisors.

Tagge was registered with NYLife Securities in New York, New York from August 1991 until December 1993, The O.N. Equity Sales Company in Cincinnati, Ohio from January 1994 until May 1995, Royal Alliance Associates in New York from May 1995 until January 1998, Vestax Securities Corp in Hudson, Ohio from January 1998 until June 2001, and Royal Alliance Associates in Omaha, Nebraska from June 2001 until August 2006. He is currently associated with Cetera Advisors in Omaha, Nebraska and has been since August 2006. He has three customer disputes against him, one of which is currently pending.

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