Based on the stories I have heard, first time complaints can be debilitating--some advisors have even ruined their careers after becoming obsessed with vindicating their good name.FINRA's new dispute resolution statistics show arbitrations are up sharply this year, roughly 82 percent compared to last year. FINRA estimates there will be 7,750 cases filed this year, reaching levels not seen since 2004, following the fallout of the dot come bubble bursting. FINRA does not trace whether filings this year were primarily from the terrible run most investors had last year, mainly becasue a statement of claim can date back 6 years. It suffices to be enough of an indication that many advisors will recieve customer complaints, many for the first time.Have you (or do you know a fellow advisor) who recieved their first customer complaint this year? What were the circumstances?