GEORGE MERHOFF of Cetera Advisors FIRED with 24 Complaints
Have you invested with George Merhoff of Cetera Advisors in Oregon?
George Merhoff was fired by Cetera Advisors in April 2019. Merhoff, who worked in the Klamath Falls, Oregon office, was terminated regarding allegations that he made undisclosed payments to a customer.
This is no surprise, since Merhoff has been the subject of 24 customer complaints. All 24 complaints were filed within the last four years, according to BrokerCheck. Merhoff has also been the subject of multiple tax liens, including a $139,000 tax lien filed in 2016. Merhoff and Cetera were also the subjects of a regulatory investigation in 2016 by the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation.
George Merhoff was a financial advisor with Cetera Advisors from February 2012 to April 2019. He worked at a branch office in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Israels & Neuman is a securities and investment fraud law firm based in the Pacific Northwest, with offices in Seattle and Vancouver, Washington. Our law firm has represented a handful of investors who lost money investing with George Merhoff and Cetera, including claims through FINRA arbitration. We work for you on a contingent fee basis, meaning you don’t pay us unless we recover money for you.
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