Tag Archives: BB&T Investment Services Inc.

BBT Accused Bad Annuity Advice By Investors

February 06, 2020  |   Posted by :   |   Investment and Regulatory News, Variable Annuites   |   0 Comments

Taj Zachary Rohr of Parkersburg West Virginia a stockbroker formerly registered with BBT Investment Services Inc. is the subject of a customer initiated investment related complaint which has been resolved on January 28, 2019 for $17,000.00 in damages based upon accusations that the customer was poorly advised concerning variable annuities transactions effected when Rohr was […]

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Investors Accuse BB&T Of Annuity Fraud

October 04, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   Investment and Regulatory News, Variable Annuites   |   0 Comments

Martin Ross McClure of Columbia South Carolina a stockbroker formerly employed by BBT Investment Services Inc. is the subject of a customer initiated investment related written complaint which settled for $24,479.01 on September 18, 2018 based upon allegations that McClure effected unsuitable trades in the customer’s variable annuity accounts by placing the customer’s principal at […]

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Stockbroker Fired For Falsifying Customer Information

June 30, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   Investment and Regulatory News, Variable Annuites   |   0 Comments

Taj Zachary Rohr of Parkersburg West Virginia a stockbroker currently registered with BB&T Investment Services Inc. has been discharged from the firm on June 29, 2017 supported by accusations that Rohr furnished false details to the firm concerning a customer’s source of funds utilized to purchase annuities. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Public Disclosure reveals […]

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Brokerage Firms Sanctioned For Overcharging Customers

December 15, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Investment and Regulatory News, Mutual Fund Fraud   |   0 Comments

Investors Capital Corporation, J.P. Turner & Company, L.L.C., VSR Financial Services, Inc., Investacorp., Inc., and BB&T Investment Services, Inc., have all been censured by FINRA for taking advantage of certain customers, namely retirement plans and charitable organizations, by overcharging them in mutual fund transactions. Evidently, the firms sold mutual funds containing multiple share classes, in […]

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