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Infinity Financial Services broker, Thomas Virgil Suspended 6-Months and Fined $7,500

By August 6, 2016September 20th, 2017News

According to his Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (“AWC”) with FINRA, Infinity Financial Services broker Thomas Virgil has been suspended for six months and fined $7,500.  Based on AWC 2014040301001, while a broker for MetLife Securities Inc. and Signator Investors Inc., Virgil impersonated a client to obtain an annuity surrender form, falsified the same client’s rollover request form, and forged a second customer’s signature on a broker-dealer form.

His FINRA Broker Check report reveals one settled customer dispute where the customer alleged that Virgil altered a form without authorization to effect a transaction.

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