Jeffrey Alan Eiler (CRD#: 1028716) is a registered Broker and Investment Advisor. According to publicly available information from FINRA, Mr. Eiler has over 38 years of experience. Over the course of his career, he has had numerous customer disputes filed against his employers involving his conduct. With the exception of one claim in 1995, all other disputes have been filed during his employment with Wells Fargo.
The first customer dispute, which was ultimately settled for $60,000, alleged that Mr. Eiler over-concentrated the client’s portfolio and made unsuitable recommendations. In 2015 several allegations were made that Mr. Eiler was negligent in his handling of accounts and engaged in overconcentration, unauthorized trading, misrepresentation, excessive trading, and breach of contract. Several of the customer disputes were denied, but one was settled in the amount of $65,000.
Since 2016, Mr. Eiler has had five customer disputes filed against his employer regarding his conduct, including:
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