Former JP Morgan Chase Banker Daniel Colon Barred for Taking Money from Customer

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Upon finding that Daniel Ricardo Colon removed cash from a customer's wallet, JP Morgan Chase discharged the personal banker, purportedly drawing an admission out of Colon while investigating the incident.

FINRA AWC #2014043421201

When it heard the case, FINRA barred Colon from the industry, finding that he opened a customer's wallet that had been accidentally left behind at a Chase Bank and removed at least $200 from it, converting and using the money for personal use.

The report states that when the police became involved, Colon replenished the wallet with some amount of cash, but, according to the customer, was $200 short.

If you have invested with any broker, investment adviser or other financial professional whose illicit conversion or removal of funds from the physical confines of a wallet or the digital ones of a financial account without your knowledge or consent has proven harmful to your investments or interests, please call The Law Offices of Jonathan W. Evans & Associates at (800) 699-1881 for investigation and consultation.

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