ALEXANDER BEZUGLY is currently employed as a Broker and/or Investment Adviser at LPL FINANCIAL LLC located at 519 FOREST AVE, STATEN ISLAND, NY, 10310.

ALEXANDER BEZUGLY has worked at LPL FINANCIAL LLC since March 27, 2018

Disclosure History

ALEXANDER BEZUGLY has 1 Disclosure Event(s).

Date: August 09, 2017
Category: Customer Dispute
Allegations: The customer, Joan Farrell, alleges the FA did not make her aware of the surrender schedule and charges associated with her Fixed Annuity purchase. She alleges she requested liquidity and therefore this investment does not meet those needs. She would like to be let out of her investment penalty free.
Damage Amount Requested: $5,889.00
Broker Comment: The customer received multiple disclosures regarding her annuity surrender schedule and her investment objectives did not include current income.Client was understanding and receptive of investment options which we went over several times.Client admitted it was the right investment for her when she made the decision and was grateful for the help but changed her mind 2 months later.Even though everything was compliant--I offered to assist with far beyond traditional methods to grant an exception and we agreed to keep active communication on progress.We were making good progress to fulfill request on an exception basis--Unfortunately another party (friend of the client) reached out to me with hostile demands and verbiage. Due to my uncertainty of the influence from this party on the client, I had to cancel progress on fulfilling client request.Additionally, this claim has no merit due to me not being active advisor on her account near or at the time of this complaint. I took a promotion in a different geographical region of the company shortly after I helped client with investment and introduced client to covering adviser so that she may make any changes during her 2 month free look period effortlessly. Multiple investment options were presented over several meetings and client received multiple disclosures both documented and verbally. Thank you.

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