Santander Securities to reimburse seniors for deceptive marketingChristian Fernsby ▼ |
America SSLLC will reimburse clients who purchased variable annuity products
Santander Securities (SSLLC) will pay $100,000 and reimburse clients to resolve allegations of deceptive marketing practices relating to the sale of unsuitable variable annuity products to Massachusetts seniors, Attorney General Maura Healey announced.
SSLLC will also revise its business practices relating to disclosures and the completing of suitability paperwork.
SSLLC employs registered representatives to offer and sell securities products that are not FDIC insured, and to provide advisory services in Santander Bank locations, an affiliated entity.
The AG’s Office alleges that SSLLC violated state regulations by failing to adequately supervise the sale practices of its employees, which resulted in the sale of unsuitable variable annuity products.
SSLLC also allegedly failed to take adequate steps to minimize the foreseeable customer confusion that resulted from SSLLC’s sale of securities products that were not FDIC insured in close proximity to FDIC insured banking services and products. ■
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