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Broker Steven Woods Subject Of Two Disputes Worth Nearly $200K

Steven Mackie Woods (CRD#: 5715598) is a registered broker currently employed with Worden Capital Management LLC (CRD#:148366) in New York, NY. His previous employers include Laidlaw & Company (UK) LTD. (CRD#:119037), Meyers Associates, L.P. (CRD#:34171, expelled by FINRA on 5/29/2018) and Buckman, Buckman & Reid, Inc. (CRD#:23407), all of New York City. He has been in the industry since 2009.Steven Woods has two disclosures in his FINRA record, both pending customer disputes with requested damages totaling $199,195.20, and both with similar allegations.Steven Mackie Woods (CRD#: 5715598) is a registered broker currently employed with Worden Capital Management LLC (CRD#:148366) in New York, NY. His previous employers include Laidlaw & Company (UK) LTD. (CRD#:119037), Meyers Associates, L.P. (CRD#:34171, expelled by FINRA on 5/29/2018) and Buckman, Buckman & Reid, Inc. (CRD#:23407), all of New York City. He has been in the industry since 2009.

Steven Woods has two disclosures in his FINRA record, both pending customer disputes with requested damages totaling $199,195.20, and both with similar allegations.

The first dispute was filed on 11/26/2018, alleging that Woods engaged in unauthorized trading, misrepresentation and unsuitability in 2016. This client requests damages of $41,607.20.

The second dispute was filed on 05/15/2018, alleging churning, unauthorized and unsuitable trading during the period 2015 through 2017. This client requests damages of $157,588.00.

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