FINRA Securities Helpline for Seniors
A toll-free number that senior investors can call to get assistance from FINRA or raise concerns about issues with brokerage accounts and investments.
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Eastern Time
Are you a senior investor with questions about your brokerage account statement or an investment in a brokerage account? Are you concerned that your account may have been mishandled by a broker? To help you with these and other investment-related questions, FINRA provides the Securities Helpline for SeniorsTM.
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“I called FINRA’s Securities Helpline for Seniors as a last resort before hiring a lawyer for help disputing an issue I had with an IRA rollover transaction. The Helpline’s dedicated staff, who treated me with the utmost care and respect, worked with the firm which ultimately reimbursed me for a wrongfully assessed tax obligation that I had to pay. FINRA’s Securities Helpline for Seniors is a valuable resource for all investors like me who feel like they have nowhere else to turn for help resolving issues with their brokerage firms.”
- Mrs. W., 72 year old investor from RI
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