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What is a broker's check?
A BrokerCheck report for a broker who is currently registered with FINRA or a national securities exchange, or who has been registered within the last 10 years, contains: A report summary that provides a brief overview of the broker and his or her credentials.
How do I get a BrokerCheck?
Visit FINRA BrokerCheck or call FINRA at (800) 289-9999. Or, visit the SEC's Investment Adviser Public Disclosure (IAPD) website. Also, contact your state securities regulator. Check SEC Action Lookup tool for formal actions that the SEC has brought against individuals.
Is BrokerCheck legitimate?
FINRA: Another good source of information about brokers and their firms is the BrokerCheck website operated by FINRA, an independent, not-for-profit organization authorized by Congress to protect investors. Some states refer visitors to the FINRA for broker information.
Is FINRA BrokerCheck legit?
While the SEC, FINRA, state regulators and others direct investors to BrokerCheck to research brokers, BrokerCheck is no longer a reliable tool. BrokerCheck records are misleading.