Richard Poston (CRD#: 2623641) is a former broker and investment advisor. From 2010 to 2015, Mr. Poston was employed at H. Beck, Inc. in Plano, Texas. Previously, this broker was also associated with Gunnallen Financial, LPL Financial Corporation, and American Express Advisors.
According to FINRA records, Mr. Poston was terminated from his employer in 2015 after he allegedly failed to cooperate with his brokerage firm’s internal investigation into allegations that he offered negligent financial advice. Here, our investor losses lawyers review the most recent complaints against this former investment advisor.
Investor Complaints: Richard Poston
FINRA records indicate that Richard Poston was terminated from H. Beck, Inc. in December of 2015. Since that time, at least two investor complaints have been filed against this broker.
This first complaint was settled for $185,000. This complaint was initiated by an investor who claimed that Mr. Poston made unsuitable investment recommendations, encouraging the overconcentration of funds in non-traded real estate investment trusts (REITs).
As of early June of 2018, the second investor complaint against former H. Beck broker Richard Poston is still listed as pending. An investor is seeking $500,000 in financial compensation for losses that were allegedly sustained due to unsuitable investment recommendations related to high-risk, illiquid real estate investment trusts (REITs).
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