FINRA ejected a former J.P. Morgan Securities registered rep from the industry this month for allegedly forging a customer's signature on bank withdrawal slips, a move that allowed the customer's sister to steal $3,900 from the customer's account.

According to FINRA's filing, Jamal Romero forged the bank customer's signature on at least three occasions between February and April of 2012. As a result of the forgeries, the customer's sister was able to misappropriate the money, FINRA said.

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