Is this all part of a scheme to gouge vulnerable accounts via predatory overdraft fees?
BIG law suites coming down the pike for this racketeer, methinks!
of course it will be brutal - in your universe, that is.
side bar - do you think you'll ever get over yourself re RAD? What does your family think? Try gardening...growing tomatoes can be especially rewarding.
that's not what I read. They're still considering the case, and the "issue" is not closed. What would worry me as an HLF investor is the FTC tag at the end of their statement?
they're absurd. What a stupid waste of time & energy. The notion that they're somehow paid to post drivel in order to drive prices down so some mythical "big boys" can buy the shares cheaper is also patently absurd - all in all, its just a lot of hot air.
taking my business out of B of A. At least Wells Fargo is able to 'process' checking transactions in a timely manner. It is a scandal the way this bank delays transaction processing, often for days.
sold it all between 12-13 a share. I'm glad I did - their business practices are putrid. Especially how they prey on the checking accounts of vulnerable customers via their predatory $35 overdraft fees.
I honestly don't know why they bother...the more they bash, the higher RAD seems to go. And when the stock price eventually rises (which it probably will) into the 20's as the business continues to improve & grow, will they still be posting their nonsense on message boards like this one? So once again, my question is why do they bother?