Investors Seek $600K in Negligence Claims Naming Money Concepts Capital Broker Ray Reese
Unsuitability, Misrepresentations and Omissions Are Among the Other Allegations
Ray Gene Reese, a Money Concepts Capital stockbroker and investment advisor based in Farmington, Missouri, is currently named in two pending Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration claims seeking $600K in damages. Reese has been in the securities industry for 32 years.
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Money Concepts Capital Broker Named in Multiple Customer Disputes
According to BrokerCheck, here are the customer disputes involving Ray Reese:
- 11/2020: The claimant is seeking $400K in damages. Allegations include unsuitability, negligence, breach of contract, misrepresentations and omissions, breach of fiduciary duty, common law fraud, and violation of Missouri’s Securities Act.
- 6/2020: The customer, who inherited her father’s IRA, contends that its improper setup led to a tax liability. She claims she will lose the investment property at an 8% rate, resulting in about $100K in losses that could have been earned otherwise. The claimant is seeking $200K in damages.
- 5/2018: This customer claim seeking $75K in damages and alleging misrepresentations involving a non-public, illiquid transaction was denied.
- 2/2015: The claimant and his daughter alleged unsuitability involving investments in the Aztec Comanche Oil & Gas Drilling Program and ARC’s BDCA. The investor case was resolved for $95K.
- 6/2002: This customer claim alleges misrepresentations involving a variable life policy while Reese was a Pruco Securities broker. The dispute was closed due to a lack of action.
- 3/2009: A variable annuity claim alleging misrepresentations, again while Reese was as a Pruco Securities broker, was concluded with a $7,688.27 settlement.
Ray Reese previously worked at other brokerage firms, including The Prudential Insurance Company of America, Pruco Securities Corp., Hibbard Brown & Co., and Sherwood Capital.
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