BROKER REPORT: Cambria’s Robert H. Potter, Discharged and Barred

The investment fraud attorneys at Malecki Law are interested in hearing from investors who have complaints regarding former stockbroker Robert H. Potter.  According to his BrokerCheck report maintained by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”), Mr. Potter has been permanently barred by FINRA.  He has also reportedly been the subject of no less than three customer complaints.

Mr. Potter has reportedly been barred by FINRA for his failure to cooperate with an investigation into allegations that Mr. Potter comingled customer funds with his own personal funds.  Per FINRA, Mr. Potter was discharged from Cambria Capital in August 2015, after the firm questioned the validity of certain transactions involving Mr. Potter and his customers.

In 1997, Mr. Potter was the subject of a customer complaint alleging unauthorized, excessive trading, per FINRA.  FINRA records indicate that the customer recovered more than $66,000 as a result of their complaint.

The attorneys at Malecki Law are regularly contacted by and regularly represent individuals who have lost money as a result of misrepresentations and unsuitable investment recommendations made by their financial advisor.

In addition to Cambria, FINRA reports that Mr. Potter has also been registered with Wells Fargo, Eagle Gate Securities, Financial West Group, Salomon Smith Barney, Lehman Brother, EF Hutton & Co., and Merrill Lynch.

If you or a family member lost money invested with Robert H. Potter, you are encouraged to contact the securities fraud lawyers at Malecki Law for a free consultation and case evaluation at (212) 943-1233.  You may be entitled to recover some or all of your losses.

Malecki Law has successfully brought securities actions on behalf of investors who suffered losses as a result of unscrupulous actions taken in their securities accounts, recovering millions of dollars for their clients.

Malecki Law takes a proactive and informed approach to the financial news of today: actively engaging in fact-finding analysis on prospective cases from around the world. Our thorough knowledge of securities law’s history and fine points makes us ideal consultants for investors who have suffered losses due to misadvice from their broker or other financial counsel.



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