`I would like to suggest that everyone having a
problem with E*Trade to write the SEC and file a formal
complaint. This type of operation should be illegal if not
already. Customers should have access to there money. They
can control some of the market by locking everyone
Lets put a stop to the
false promises and advertising. Be proactive:complain
to SEC and E*TRADE.
To all you litigious losers who think you will
file a complaint with the SEC - go ahead and waste
your time. If you were a serious trader, you would
maintain more than one online account in order to mitigate
the risk of a server going down. E*Trade has not
violated SEC law by having server problems and
If you want to have constant access to a
live person - get a full-service broker!
Call, write, email or fax your State Attorney
General with complaints about your online brokerage
companies. You can find the phone number in the White Pages
under State Gov't.
Remember that NASDAQ was
forced to pay out $1 billion to investors for their
unfair practices. And AOL was forced to pay back monthly
service fees to customers that couldn't log onto servers
two years. That's because there was a class action
lawsuit brought about by complaints from people like you.
It is your civic duty to speak up and file a
complaint; the more people that file, the more pressure that
will be placed on these online brokers to make
restitution and upgrades to their systems. Do you feel bad
that Ameritrade president Joe Ricketts is a
billionaire at your expense? And the the media had the
audacity to compare him to Warren Buffet, just because
they live in the same town? We're making money the old
fashioned way while Mr. Ricketts and Co. is stealing from
Take a stand and call your State Attorney
This terrible. There is no way to reach anybody
and can't see my account.
Guess it is time for
me to take on bigger broker or a really small one.
All this medium jokers are here for quick money,
How the hell one can trade or rectify the situation.
Can't believe the market thinks these people are in for
success for the long haul.
Really angry, unhappy and unfortunate customer.