The securities fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are currently investigating
claims against broker Ralph B. Marra (CRD# 2128560).
According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), National
Securities Corporation broker and investment adviser Ralph B. Marra (CRD#
2128560) has two pending customer disputes against him.
The first dispute was filed on August 1, 2015, and alleges breach of fiduciary
duty, violations of SRO rules, breach of contract, and negligence in connection
with certain equity recommendations made by Marra. The customer requests
$150,000 in damages. The second dispute was filed on April 27, 2016, and
alleges unsuitability with respect to investments between 2013 and April
2015. The customer requests $200,000 in damages.
According to FINRA’s publicly available BrokerCheck report, Marra,
currently registered with National Securities Corporation based out of
Red Bank, NJ, has settled two other customer disputes for a total of $51,500.
In a dispute from December 1997, Marra was alleged to have made misrepresentations
and omissions of relevant information with respect to certain securities.
In a dispute from November 2014, Marra was alleged to have excessively
traded with respect to options and equity investments in his client’s
account between 2012 and 2014.
If you lost money investing with National Securities Corporation broker
and investment adviser Ralph Marra, contact Meyer Wilson to speak with
our securities fraud attorneys today for a free case consultation in order
to discuss your potential claim. We handle all of our cases on a contingency
fee basis, so you won’t owe us any fees unless we assist you in
recovering your losses.