Meyer Wilson Investigating Broker Gregg D. Templeton Over Allegations of Misrepresentation and Omissions
Meyer Wilson is investigating investments made by Gregg D. Templeton (CRD# 2412775), who has been accused of misrepresentation and omissions. He is no longer registered with any brokerage firm.
According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Gregg Templeton was barred from working in the securities industry because he failed to respond to FINRA’s investigation. He stood accused of misusing customer funds and other investing violations that occurred from July 2010 to July 2015.
Gregg Templeton was a financial advisor and registered representative at Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. in New York, New York from January 2007 to August 2015. He also worked with FSC Securities Corporation from September 2015 to January 2016 and with Aegis Capital Corp. from January 2016 to March 2016.
Oppenheimer & Co. terminated Gregg Templeton’s employment after he allegedly raised capital without the firm’s permission.
Gregg Templeton has been named in at least a half a dozen customer complaints, according to his FINRA BrokerCheck Report.
According to a pending customer complaint filed Aug. 12, 2016, Gregg Templeton is accused of defrauding a client through misrepresentation and omissions between December 2013 and May 2015. Gregg Templeton was with Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. when the alleged damages of $6,750,000 were incurred. The client also alleges a breach of contract violation in the case over the investments in Equity-OTC.
In a settled complaint made for conduct while he was with Oppenheimer, Gregg Templeton was accused of misappropriating $19,500 by withdrawing funds from a client’s account for Gregg Templeton’s personal use. The client additionally alleged that he made unsuitable investments and committed fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, and negligent supervision/hiring from July 2010 to March 2015.
The investment loss lawyers at Meyer Wilson have the background and insight to pursue investment fraud claims. We know that part of a broker’s duty is to provide complete and fact-based information to an investor before any security or investment is purchased.
If misinformation or incomplete profiles are given to an investor who then acts upon the false impression, the broker could be held liable for losses due to misrepresentation or omissions.
If you made investments with Gregg Templeton of New York and suffered losses because you did not know the true nature of the investment or the real risks involved, Meyer Wilson would like to hear from you.
You deserve to be made aware of background information on a company and have a look at the company’s financials before you are able to make a wise investment decision.
Remember our investment loss lawyers at Meyer Wilson are nationally renowned and highly regarded for assisting clients who have been victims of fraud involving misrepresentation and omissions, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, and other securities violations. Call us for a free consultation today.