Former JP Morgan Securities Broker Sam M. Stull Accused of Misconduct by Regulators
Sam Marshall Stull (CRD# 5268858) is a former broker with JP Morgan Securities in Boynton Beach, Florida. During his time at JP Morgan, he allegedly forged his clients’ signatures.
According to the signed Letter of Acceptance, Waiver & Consent, Stull allegedly forged the signatures of 18 customers on 31 different documents for nearly six months between January 2, 2014 and June 23, 2014.
FINRA accused Stull of forging various types of documents, including investment switch letters and account profile confirmations.
JP Morgan terminated Stull’s registration on August 21, 2014 and FINRA has since barred him from working in the securities industry.
FINRA stated that Stull’s alleged misconduct violates multiple securities industry rules, including the requirement that brokers must meet “high standards of commercial honor” and act in good faith toward their clients. If you invested with Sam Marshall Stull and you lost money, you may be able to recover your losses.
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