Charles Fackrell Investigation Following Unauthorized Sales Charges
Charles Caleb Fackrell Allegedly Converted Customer Funds and Sold Private Securities Offerings Away
Charles Caleb Fackrell, of Yadkin County, allegedly converted customer funds and sold away private securities offerings without the knowledge of his firm, LPL Financial, according to a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC).
Fackrell, who was terminated by LPL on December 24, 2014, began his career in the securities industry in August 2007 when he became registered as a General Sales Representative with a FINRA member firm, where he remained until February 2008, according to the AWC. He began working for LPL in June of 2010, the AWC notes.
Charles Caleb Fackrell Barred for Failing to Comply with a FINRA Investigation, Also Facing Addition al Charges
On February 2, Yadkinville, North Carolina authorities served Fackrell with three warrants accusing him of fraudulently obtaining in excess of $300,000 from clients of his firm, Fackrell Trivette Wealth Management, according to Yadkinville police. Fackrell, 34, was charged in December with allegedly obtaining property by false pretense, according to local reports from Yadkinville.
Charles Caleb Fackrell also failed to comply with and provide documents and information relevant to FINRA’s investigation regarding his alleged conversion of customer funds, and charges that he sold away shares. In addition, FINRA Rules provides that, “[a] member, in the conduct of its business, shall observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.”
By failing to respond to FINRA’s request for documents and information, the AWC reports, Fackrell violated FINRA Rules. As a result of the aforementioned misconduct, Fackrell has been barred from associating with any FINRA member firm in any capacity, the AWC reports.
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