James Travis Flynn, Former VOYA Financial Advisor, Subject of Recently Filed Investor Suit

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Rex Securities Law recently filed a FINRA arbitration suit against VOYA Financial Advisors, Inc. on behalf of a retired couple from Greenville, South Carolina. The suit alleges that former VOYA stockbroker James T. Flynn made unsuitable recommendations to invest in REITs and other alternative investments causing huge losses to their retirement nest egg.

"Many investors have suffered losses to their retirement accounts as a result of following their broker's recommendation to invest in REITs and other illiquid alternative investments. FINRA arbitration affords the opportunity to recover damages."says securities attorney Robert H. Rex, Esq.

Rex Securities Law recently filed FINRA arbitration #18-3490 against financial firm VOYA Financial Advisors, Inc. on behalf of a retired factory worker and his wife.

The suit alleges that VOYA failed to supervise their former employee, James "Jim" Flynn, who recommended that they invest a large percentage of their retirement funds in real estate investment trusts (REITs) and other alternative, non-publicly traded and illiquid investments. According to court documents, as a result of the alleged recommendations the retirees are unable to meet daily living and health care expenses. "There are currently more than 20 customer disputes disclosed on Flynn's official FINRA record", according to Robert H. Rex, Esq. a securities attorney representing aggrieved investors.

For more information on the investigation of Jim Flynn, call 561 391 1900 and speak with Nan Thompson, Jr. email rhr@dmrslaw.com.

The Law Office of Robert H. Rex, P.C. (a part of Dickenson Murphy Rex & Sloan) represents investors nationwide who are seeking recovery of damages due to the fraud or negligence of stockbrokers and financial advisors.

Offices in Boca Raton, FL and Austin, TX.

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