Stuart Dickinson; WFG Investments; Highland Park, Texas

Did you or someone you know lose money with Stuart Dickinson, formerly of WFG Investments in Highland Park, Texas? If so, the securities attorneys at Stoltmann Law Offices are interested in speaking with you about possibly bringing a claim against his former firm. Dickinson was recently barred from the industry by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) after he allegedly made unsuitable investment recommendations to customers to invest in a private placement called ATM Alliance. A broker must only recommend those investments that are suitable for his clients. He must take into account factors such as age, net worth, investment objectives and investment savvy before doing so. If he does not, his brokerage firm or former brokerage firm may be liable for investment losses because of failure to supervise its registered representatives. Please call us today for a free consultation.

Dickinson allegedly sold more than $1 million worth of limited partnership interests in ATM Alliance to his customers while registered with WFG. FINRA alleged that he failed to conduct due diligence, and that ATM was a possible ponzi scheme. It was also alleged that Dickinson received assistance from Trent Schneiter, a former WFG supervising principal. Dickinson was barred after failing to respond to an investigation against him.

According to his online FINRA BrokerCheck report, Dickinson was registered with GEO Securities Corp, Merrill Lynch in New York, New York from January 1987 until April 1992, Bear, Stearns & Co. in New York from April 1992 until May 2005, Linsco/Private Ledger Corp in Boston, Massachusetts from June 2005 until November 2005 and WFG Investments in Highland Park, Texas from October 2005 until September 2013. He has two customer disputes against him. He is not licensed and has been barred from the industry.

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