RedFlags, Allegations and Complaints against Jamie Sue Weller
Disclosure #1 for Jamie Weller
- Event Date: 3/25/2022
- Disclosure Type: Customer Dispute
- Resolution: Denied
- Allegations: In a written complaint received on March 25, 2022, client’s POA alleged that her mother’s financial representative recommended she purchase two Premium Bonus Indexed Annuities (PBIAs) from BLC in September and November of 2020 which locked in her mother’s money, contained high surrender fees and that that the recommendations were never discussed with the POA prior to purchase. Client surrendered her annuities with BLC and asked for BLC to refund to fees assessed. In the complaint, client’s POA also alleged that the financial representative forged her mother’s signature on a LI Policy purchased from BLC in June of 2020. BLC denied the complaint and determined that the sale of the annuities was suitable, the terms of the annuities were fully disclosed to the client and that that all documents were signed by [REDACTED at the time of sale. While the annuities sold to the client were not securities and were issued by BLC, the Firm is reporting this complaint because the source of funding for annuities the came from the sale of securities recommended by a financial representative of the Firm.
- Damage Amount Requested: $35,110.00
- Arbitration Docket Number:
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