Broker Dealer Financial Serv. Corp. Complaint & Legal Claims Center

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Important Information You Should Know:

Broker Dealer Financial is a securities brokerage firm which is licensed by FINRA.
 Firms licensed through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, formerly the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), must comply with securities regulations and federal and state securities laws.  When these firms violate regulations or laws they can face actions by regulators or by federal or state criminal prosecutors.

Very few “securities police” have the impossible duty to attempt to govern billions of dollars
in transactions each year, handled by hundreds of thousands of salespersons nationwide at thousands of securities firms.  Approximately 660,000 registered salespersons at 5,300 securities firms handle hundreds of millions of transactions annually for over 60 million investors.  It is impossible for securities regulators to police this activity.

Securities regulators and officials do not often recover losses for victims of securities fraud.  Just as police give tickets and motorists usually hire attorneys to recover damages, victims of securities fraud hire attorneys to recover their losses. As well, claims against brokerage firms including Broker Dealer Financial, can be for securities fraud, or for breach of duty, breach of contract, negligence and other claims not covered by securities regulations or statutes.

Claims against brokerage firms are almost always determined in securities arbitration.  
When an account is opened at securities firms including Broker Dealer Financial, investors sign documents which include agreements to arbitrate any dispute. The U.S. Supreme Court decided in 1987 that securities arbitration agreements are enforceable.  Arbitration is a private proceeding which takes the place of court actions.  Appeals of arbitration decisions to court are very limited and usually unsuccessful.

Investors represented by an attorney in securities arbitration are much more successfulStatistics prove that investors who file claims with the assistance of an attorney recover twice as often as those not represented.  Only a small percentage of lawyers have ever represented an investor in arbitration and very few law firms nationwide have extensive experience with securities arbitration cases.

To learn whether you can recover losses through a claim against Broker Dealer Financial
Contact Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas LTD LLP law firm for a free consultation with an attorney.

About Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas LTD LLP Law Firm:

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Each lawyer and staff person at our firm is devoted to assisting investors to recover losses caused by unsuitability, over-concentration, fraud, misrepresentation, self-dealing, unauthorized trades or other wrongful acts, whether intentional or negligent.  We have handled thousands of cases against hundreds of large and small investment firms, including claims against firms such as Broker Dealer Financial Services Corp.


FINRA REPORT

Initiated By: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SECURITIES DEALERS, INC.
Date Initiated: 10/17/1995
Docket/Case Number: C04950021

Resolution Date: 10/17/1995
Resolution:
Other Sanctions Ordered:
Sanction Details:
Summary: ON OCTOBER 17, 1995, DISTRICT NO. 4 NOTIFIED BROKER DEALER
FINANCIAL SERVICES, CORP. AND JOSEPH JOHN BUSTIN THAT THE
LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE, WAIVER AND CONSENT NO. C04950021 WAS
ACCEPTED: THEREFORE, THEY ARE CENSURED AND FINED $2,500,
JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY - (ARTICLE III, SECTION 1 OF THE RULES OF
FAIR PRACTICE - RESPONDENT MEMBER, ACTING THROUGH
RESPONDENT
BUSTIN, CONTRAVENED SEC RULE 15C3-1 IN THAT IT UTILIZED THE
INSTRUMENTALITIES OF INTERSTATE COMMERCE TO CONDUCT A
SECURITIES BUSINESS WHILE FAILING TO MAINTAIN ADEQUATE MIMINUM
REQUIRED NET CAPITAL.
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**$2,500.00 PAID J&S ON 11/08/95, INVOICE #95-04-692**
Sanctions Ordered: Censure
Monetary/Fine $2,500.00

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