JOSEPH A MEDINA

JOSEPH A MEDINA is currently employed as a Broker and/or Investment Adviser at NEWBRIDGE SECURITIES CORPORATION located at 555 MADISON AVE FL 5, NEW YORK, NY, 10022.

JOSEPH A MEDINA has worked at NEWBRIDGE SECURITIES CORPORATION since February 06, 2020

Disclosure History

JOSEPH A MEDINA has 6 Disclosure Event(s).

Date: May 01, 2020
Category: Customer Dispute - Pending
Allegations: UNSUITABLE INVESTMENTS Damage Amount Requested: $53,060.86 Broker Comment: "To the best of my knowledge this complaint was initially addressed to my Broker Dealer in 2017 and was denied by them in its entirety. To reiterate I also deny it in its entirety."

Date: February 06, 2018
Category: Customer Dispute - Settled
Allegations: Excessive fees/Unauthorized trades and defamatory comments Damage Amount Requested: $350,000.00 Settlement Amount: $39,000.00 Broker Comment: I deny any wrong doing. The firm denied the claim in its answer. The matter was settled for a fraction of the claim amount to avoid the cost and risk of arbitration.

Date: June 08, 2017
Category: Judgment / Lien
Amount: $11,981.00 Type: Tax

Date: March 09, 2017
Category: Customer Dispute
Allegations: Misrepresented return on existing product and failed to return fees as promised.
Damage Amount Requested: $5,647.72

Date: August 08, 2016
Category: Judgment / Lien
Amount: $49,047.00 Type: Civil Broker Comment: Due to COVID 19, courts closed, will provide proof of vacated and release

Date: January 03, 2011
Category: Employment Separation After Allegations
Firm Name: CHASE INVESTMENT SERVICES CORP
Termination Type: Discharged
Allegations: LOSS OF CONFIDENCE. MULTIPLE CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS.
Broker Comment: I DISPUTE THE CHARACTERIZATION OF MY FORMER FIRM THAT I HAVE HAD "MULTIPLE" COMPLAINTS. I AM AWARE OF ONLY TWO COMPLAINTS WHILE AT CHASE. ONE WAS RESOLVED WHILE I WAS AT CHASE. THE SECOND COMPLAINT AROSE AFTER I LEFT MY FORMER FIRM AND WAS FROM AN ACCOUNT THAT ONCE WAS MINE BUT HAD BEEN RE-ASSIGNED TO ANOTHER REPRESENTATIVE.

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