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Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 12, 2018

My parents invested with Fidelity for 20 years through their place of employment. When my father died in January of this year my mother who was the only beneficiary needed to take out the money. It is now the end of the year and after countless months of trying to get the money out is nowhere closer than day one. She has logged all the calls she has made each month, the transfer from one department to the other, the piles of paperwork they send to fill out, each representative attempting to talk her into keeping her money in the company!

Each representative lying to her in a new way about how they can help get her money back and then she is transferred to a different department with more paperwork, more stalling and more lies. It seems this company has no interest in giving a grieving widow her hard earned money back. Instead they are keeping it for themselves!!! Though I haven't been pushed before to say unkind things about a company. I will happily share the nightmare experience we have had getting back what is ours!

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Dec. 10, 2018

I've had accounts with Fidelity for over 20 years simply because this is the company my employer chose to use for our 401ks and pension. Over the years I've opened other accounts with Fidelity as well -- but I have learned to never trust any information given to me by Fidelity employees because they are often wrong and uninformed. On several occasions, I have had to inform the Fidelity employee about Federal rules and regulations that affect IRAs and 401ks because he/she was unaware.

More recently a Fidelity employee told me one of my accounts was not being funded properly and half the money was missing but she could not tell me why or how it happened or how to remedy the problem. I then sat on hold for 30 minutes waiting to speak to someone about it but nobody ever picked up. Subsequent phone calls also left me sitting on hold for 30 minutes without speaking to a human. An online customer service forum is "out of service". I'm left worried and unable to get an answer with Fidelity. I don't know how a company can operate this way.

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Rated with 2 stars
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 8, 2018

Compared with opening an IRA with Vanguard, Fidelity is terrible. Poorly organized webpages and cumbersome process. Just unfortunate that Vanguard still has a 3K minimum to open a Roth. I would think that Fidelity would have this process much more user friendly.

4 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 7, 2018

My father passed away September 27, 2018. It's going on 3 months since the day. I've spent the last two months having to deal with the miscommunication and incorrect information given by several representatives. It's taken 9 calls and diligence on my behalf to (maybe come to a resolve). I was told there was no time requirement once a claim for payout was submitted. (Wrong.) There's 30 days to complete the necessary forms. I asked for the form to be mailed; 2 weeks later, 3 calls - no form. Come to find out the form could have been printed from their site. This alone delayed the filing process over 2 weeks. Nonetheless, the claim was received Nov. 21, 2018.

Received a email confirmation stating it would take 3-10 business days. There was no further communication; which would inform me the date of issue. I follow up,12-6-2018, representative states to cancel check (that was never sent out) it would be a $25 charge from my deceased father's account. After several calls afterward, the attempt to reissue the check was done incorrectly. I found this mistake by following up and calling and waiting on hold for 45 minutes on 12-7-2018. It goes without saying the very last thing anyone wants to be dealing with is incompetence, a lack of professionalism, and no accountability especially during a grieving process. I strongly encourage anyone who reads this to reconsider having Fidelity in any form.

There is no direct line of communication to file a complaint directly to Fidelity. BBB and Consumer Affairs is the only method-odd? There should be a deep consideration and oversight of this organization and its tactics. I truly feel, if I had paid to receive the check, there would be no issue. However, it's a way to almost "strong arm you" into paying something rather than nothing. To some $25 isn't a lot but times that by the hundreds of thousands? Fidelity is the closest thing to a scam. Stay away!!!

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2 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 5, 2018

I sent in a properly filled out pension lump sum request on 11/7. I requested a rollover to an existing Fidelity IRA and included the account number. There should have been no tax withheld. I received a check at the end of November with 20 percent tax withheld. I called, Fidelity admitted the error and said it would be fixed. Yesterday I received another check for the full amount with no instructions on what to do with it.

I called again last night and was on the phone for an hour. I was on hold for over half an hour while the agent tried to find the form for me to send the check back to them for deposit. I asked the agent why the check was sent out with no instructions because the only thing on the check that indicated I had to endorse it was an account number above my name in the to field that the agent pointed out to me. I was told it was because "Pensions were old fashioned and Fidelity did not invest in updating the webpage or instructions on how to do a rollover."

Also, I would NEVER request a paper check to be sent to my home of any kind, especially not one of this size. They sent not one check but two. I was told it would not be able to be cashed with the account number on it. I have serious doubts about that. Not sure yet where I will put this money but It won't be with Fidelity. I will eventually move my original IRA as well. This has been very eyeopening.

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5 people found this review helpful
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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Dec. 4, 2018

Call hold for an hour 12/4/18. What is the problem? Need human beings to answer calls not machines!! Got through twice after long wait and none of them can answer my questions! Still have to wait and don't know how long to it takes to resolve. I have been long term customer with Fidelity but I guess I have to think it again.

5 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 3, 2018

Followed several "blind alleys" before giving up on the website. I was directed three time to options which then popped up as Not Available At This Time. Finally after enduring over half an hour of atrocious scratchy "on hold" music, (They should send this to the CIA, waterboarding would be immediately obsolete!) I finally was transferred to someone who seemed to know what they were talking about. A lot of time was wasted.

3 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 28, 2018

I am furious!!! I was clearly advised approximately two weeks ago that in order to open a Roth IRA as intended, I would have to roll-over my existing State retirement account funds into my 401K plan with my current employer first. Now that that has occurred, their representatives tell me that those funds are inaccessible and cannot be rolled over into a Roth IRA because they've been rolled over into my current 401K? I did precisely... PRECISELY what I was advised to do to ensure that I have access to those funds and now they tell me that those funds are cannot be made available to me because I did exactly what they advised me to do. All "Charlie" could do is offer an apology.

This is unbelievable! This level of incompetence or dishonesty is unacceptable!!! I intend on being relentless in getting this situation rectified. This is ** believable! I can't even guarantee that this ill-advice was not offered intentionally! How could a trained, licensed representative advise me in such a way to accomplish the EXACT OPPOSITE of what I was trying to accomplish.

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12 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 28, 2018

They keep giving me the runaround. I gave them my address 3 times and they still sent it to Kentucky. I give them a 0. I have never had this type of problem with any company. They're just not professional. They lie on the phone over and over again.

6 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 20, 2018

For starters, there is not enough employees so wait times are too long. There is no ability to look at multiple accounts on your account so you have to be transferred everywhere. Some representatives are unscrupulous so document your entire conversation. You won't get the conversation in e-mail and even though they say they record the conversations, they won't bother to go back to the date and time that you called. Their mistakes and total disregard for timely communications will make you lose money. You can only get your records by mail. My last letter from them to me took seventeen days. Use another brokerage.

10 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 19, 2018

Fidelity keeps clients on the phone for hours. Seems like they need more staff. When I tried to get my accounts out of Fidelity, they kept restricting them so I could not complete the transfers. I spent hours trying to straighten it out, and each time I did, I had to call back as it was not taken care of. They would also not allow me to look at my own accounts unless they mailed the statements. This caused me to be unable to look at my own money or make needed trades.

10 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 15, 2018

Been trying for going on 2 hours to get someone to answer the phone about my mother's IRA. All I get is a recording saying a representative will be with me shortly. I think the CEO should try using her system and then she would fix it. I was going to use Fidelity, but I probably go somewhere else that will answer the phone.

10 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 13, 2018

Every single interaction has resulted in hours of extra stress and time! It took 2 weeks to set up an account due to their errors. Today I am finding that a wire transfer committed to Last Week has not gone through "because the agent did not have authority for that amount!" Are you kidding me!!! Another wanted hour to handle, and, their policy is not to apologize. Do you really want this in your life? I don't! Total incompetency.

8 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 11, 2018

Started with Fidelity in 1994 - promises promises. Promised that I was “on track “ for a long time... Then fell off - all from THEIR advisement a couple of years ago. Pulled my money out - horrible terrible company to trust. Watch out for getting involved with the annuity account - that’s only good for Fidelity - can’t wait for 3.5 years to pull my money out!! Thanks Fidelity for absolutely NOTHING! The worst investment company!

13 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 30, 2018

Had a 401k loan that I am tried to pay off. I read the instructions online and called to speak to a Fidelity representation who gave me incorrect information on the payoff amount. Sure enough I have a balance after my payoff was received. Spoke to two Fidelity representatives who acted like this is MY fault I did not pay off the entire amount. Said I should consider interest with the payment. I told them they obviously don't value me as a customer because I received incorrect information from them in the first place. They are unapologetic and don't care. I was treated rudely by the representatives as well.

17 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 27, 2018

I had called Fidelity a couple of times to get the timelines of when funds would be available to me when I close my 401K account so that I could roll over to an IRA in a different vendor. Both the times, they told me that I would have the funds in 2 days of closing if I went for the expedited processing. I had closed my account on 10/22 and according to them I was supposed to have the funds with me on 10/24. When I called on 10/24, they tell me that I will not have the funds till 10/30. I need these funds in another company by 10/29, barring which I have a financial impact of around $30K. I had called them on 10/24, 10/25 and 10/26 and each time they give me a different response. Also they do not give anything in writing. Even though they have had issues on their end, they just DO NOT DO anything to expedite it. They just DO NOT care about their customers. Stay away from them.

15 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 27, 2018

Been with them 5 years and have pure hell. “Advisors” are call center employees with a daily phone quota. There is not a worse company in the world than Strategic Advisors... They lied to me about investing in a fund and later denied it. Poor returns, no advice. The phone consultants have a standard line if you disagree with them and that is "we don’t understand what you are asking”. Absolutely disgusted with them. I was told by three different people that Strategic Advisors does not talk to customers. Only a call center employee can talk to you. Fees are high, non informative reports and generally they are not interested in customers. Too big, I guess. Please do not use them. Wasting your time and risking your savings. They do not care about your security.

18 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 26, 2018

This has to be the 80's all over. This company has it scheduled. If my 401K does ever show an increase, the week a scheduled deposit is due habitually it is gone times 2. You would think that with the employer contribution it would be semi-safe. Forget that too. I am down thousands of dollars this year. Oh and get this they have the audacity to show a positive percentage increase on the top of the page - only when you mine down to the very bottom is reality shown! Pick something - anything else.

16 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 22, 2018

My doctor says I need a simple surgery to fix a problem with my toes, otherwise I could get an infection and therefore lose my toe, my foot, or my leg. I don't have the money for this surgery and my insurance says they won't cover it unless I pay $1,000 upfront plus 20% of the bill. I don't have that kind of money, I BARELY pay rent as it is. It's bad enough they take money out of my pay for this idiotic 401K, and now that I NEED money for foot surgery, I can't even get any of MY OWN MONEY from MY OWN ACCOUNT!!! They want to give me a LOAN (!!!), which I can't afford because I make a low wage as it is, and having all these medical deductions for insurance is a huge strain on my pay in the first place!!!

Now I'm at risk of getting infection in my foot, losing my toe, my foot, or my leg because they REFUSE to give me some of MY MONEY! I have double the amount in my account that I need, so it's not like I need all of it! Seems to me this setup is nothing but an elaborate SCAM to bilk people out of their own money! They don't have any problem TAKING your money, but when you NEED it for a possible life-threatening medical surgery, YOU CAN'T HAVE IT!!!

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11 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 22, 2018

My father passed away on 9/19 and had a Trust for my Mother at Fidelity Investments. I talked to the Inheritor Service Group (ISG) on 9/20 and they let me know everything -- I thought -- I would need to provide in order to transfer the Trust in my name as Trustee. After waiting to receive the death certificate, I sent all specified documentation to the ISG electronically on 10/1. I confirmed they had received the documents and that they looked okay. I tried to get them to do a one time transfer from the trust to my parent's linked checking account so my Mom would have some money to pay bills, but they said they couldn't because it was a trust.

After inquiring again on 10/12 about the status of the account transfer, I was then called by an associate of the ISG and told due to the size of the trust that I need to go to a Fidelity office to sign in person (signature medallion guarantee), which I did the same day. I was told that it then takes only a few days to transfer the account. It is now over a month since my father died (10/22), Fidelity has created 2 new accounts for me -- both empty -- and they have yet to transfer the trust account. Luckily my mother has her children to pay for her living and medical expenses, because no matter who I complain to, Fidelity won't transfer the account and won't respond about why they are not.

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13 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 22, 2018

I used Fidelity for the longest time and one day I woke up and they froze my account for no reason other than they thought my account was suspicious. They steal several thousand dollars from me and won't release it. Do not trust these criminals. Money moves in but it doesn't move out. You cannot trust them with even $100.

13 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 14, 2018

I had been using Full View for many years when Fidelity rolled out the new "Improved" version a few months back. I used it to track everything financial, Cash flow, income, expenses, etc. Now all of my history is gone except for about 12 months worth. The expense logged have errors (many duplicates). The income feature does not work at all. All of my expense categories were deleted/replaced with some default values. Now I cannot even access it using Microsoft Edge Browser!!! I have called and emailed many times. Walking the Fidelity rep through all of the issues I have encountered, they have stated they would get back to me and do not. The quality of this new release is abysmal and the customer service surrounding it is absolutely terrible. I cannot believe an institution managing billions or trillions of $ cannot deploy a financial reporting application that works.

24 people found this review helpful
Customer increased Rating by 2 stars!
Verified Reviewer
Resolution response: Oct. 21, 2018

After I contacted individuals up the chain, Fidelity resolved the issue, and honored the closing prices on the day of the transaction.

Original review: Oct. 10, 2018

RUN, DO NOT WALK FROM FIDELITY. They'll constantly hound you telling you how great they are at managing accounts and growing your portfolio with tailored investments. Don't fall for it, in my case the DOW and S&P are up nicely since I went with a managed account, but at the same time the return on my portfolio has been dismal. Currently my portfolio has a return that's close to 0% YTD, due to the heavy fees, and poor performance. Then when I decided to drop the management and sell I had to wait days for them to process the sale, not knowing what the sale price would be. But I was told by my account manager that I would get that day's ending price, and when I questioned it I was told, "Oh well, too bad they gave you the wrong info. You lose, nothing we can do." But they did take their final fees on the day I requested the sale. RUN DO NOT WALK FROM FEEDELITY.

16 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 9, 2018

Warning: After more than a decade of using "Full View" application to manage and track all our finances, Fidelity decided to BLOW EVERYTHING AWAY INCLUDING HISTORICAL DATA and replace Full View with a junk application that shows few signs of pre-release testing with real customer data. NO WARNING of the complete Replacement... Data and All! Their Technical support is slow to respond and even slower to fix problems. In addition, there are apparently NO plans to have all the features of the old system and essentially nothing new. Obviously somebody's idea of a cost reduction! I do NOT RECOMMEND!

16 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 9, 2018

Opened account, funded it with 100k transfer, then they closed the account (without warning or explanation). I have to snail mail them bank accounts to prove ownership of money. I assume I'll eventually get my money back.

10 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Oct. 5, 2018

Three weeks ago I decided to open a trading account and change my current broker. So, I thought it will be easy like any other online broker Ally, E-Trade, etc. But actually, it wasn't. My account was locked after a day. I had to call and I did. I called more than 10 times, every time for an hour behind a line, and every time everything was set to zero. I needed to explain the past phone calls with the previous agents. I faxed the requested documents more than 8 times. They never received it while I had the confirmation of the deliveries.

I finally walked into one of their branches and handed over my documents. When I called the day after to unlock my account, they told me that things are moving in the right direction (not before giving a few minutes of summary where things were left off) and I should have my account is opened soon. An hour later, I received a call and they needed another document (they could have told me all in once). I faxed it. I called them the day after (an hour behind the line) and they told me that all the documents are somehow not readable and I need to send them again. Which is insane considering the previous agent confirmed they are okay. So, this is one of most insane and stupid experience I had with any bank accounts I had open with other brokers, Forex, etc. Stay away from them.

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14 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Sept. 29, 2018

I would like to warn everyone about the experience I have personally had with Fidelity. I was appointed my mother’s financial conservator by the Georgia Probate Court, due to her being in long term care with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. The court provided letters of conservatorship and a final court order. As with the rest of her financial accounts, I provided Fidelity with these documents. I went to a local office, completed the required paperwork and submitted all of the court documents via that personal visit to their office.

This year, they REFUSED to issue the mandatory required minimum distribution on her IRA (required by the IRS), because in their apparent infinite wisdom, yet lack of understanding of Georgia probate law (!), they didn’t think a court order was sufficient for them. So, I was forced to go back to a probate attorney and explain the situation (which both the attorney and the probate court said that it was VERY clear that Fidelity had not bothered to understand Georgia probate law in making their decision). I had to spend another $1000 of my mother’s funds to get a court order that specifically ordered Fidelity to honor the financial conservatorship I already had.

Needless to say, this situation only added further distress to an already difficult time, given my concern for my mother’s situation. Fidelity demonstrated ZERO concern or caring throughout the entire 5 month battle to get them to honor what they should have honored to begin with. Throughout this time, I spoke to one representative after another - because they REFUSE to let you speak directly with anyone on their legal team. A simple phone call from that team to the probate court for any clarification they needed on Georgia law would have been the right thing to do. Instead, they make their customer’s lives miserable in an already distressful situation. RUN, don’t walk away from this despicable company. I’ve since found they have a retention department that will go to great lengths to tangle YOUR money up when you try to leave.

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21 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 27, 2018

I opened an account online last week (brokerage account, joint account with my wife). Ordered a electronic transfer from my bank ($2,000). After I completed this, I went ahead and bought a mutual fund (it allowed me to do it right away, I assumed the order would be completed only after the funds were available in the account). Three days later, I checked the account online I saw a balance of $13. Curious about the rest of the money I called them. They said my account was “frozen” and that I needed to send a copy of my wife’s ID via fax to “remove H8” (whatever that means). I also learned they cancelled the electronic transfer because of this, so the money never left my bank. I sent the fax immediately after, and connected with them via chat to make sure all is good. They confirmed, and said issue would be resolved in 24-48 hours.

3 days after this, I received an email saying that my mutual fund was sold (I didn’t order this action) and now my balance is -$1.94 (negative, I owe money). I called today, spent almost an hour on the phone, and learned that for regulatory reasons they sold the mutual fund at a loss and I have to pay the $1.94 if I want to continue being a Fidelity customer. They also said that they never received the fax and I should send it again. I told them “Never mind, I want to close my account, this is ridiculous”. They asked me to go to a Fidelity office to bring a check for $1.94, or probably I would be referred to collections.

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27 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 22, 2018

They blew my 15 years of work out of the water. I had customized the stock categories in Fidelity's Full View online banking system, and had thousands of transactions that were categorized correctly. Now, without warning, Fidelity has cut over to a new system - eMoney - and they are all re-categorized in eMoney's standard way - so an enormous amount of my information is gone. It gets worse: I had years of history in the old system. Now I seem to have nothing older than 18 months. I trusted Fidelity. They have kicked the legs out from under me. I am moving my $350,000 of investments somewhere else. I have never felt so betrayed.

32 people found this review helpful
Rated with 1 star
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 20, 2018

They locked my accounts without saying anything. I've gave them a lot of documents they wanted, but still failed to satisfy them. It seemed like I had to give them my DNA test to prove my identity. NEVER do business with them. As soon as they got your money, they would do whatever they wanted, including locked your account without notifying you. It's not about what they verify, it's how they verify too.

22 people found this review helpful
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Fidelity expert review by ConsumerAffairs

Fidelity Investments is a privately-held full-service financial firm that offers an extensive range of investment options, including online trading, retirement accounts, IRAs, mutual funds, life insurance and more. The company has been in business since 1946 and now serves more than 25 million individual investors. It is headquartered in Boston with locations across the United States.

  • Branch locations: Fidelity has nearly 200 branch location across the United States. Investors who want the option to trade online as well as get in-person help from a professional will appreciate this option.

  • International trading: Fidelity clients can trade on the stock exchanges in 20 countries, including Hong Kong, Japan, Australia and the United Kingdom. Investors can choose to purchase or cash out stocks in U.S. dollars or the foreign country’s currency.

  • Research trial: Account holders at Fidelity have free access to several research tools. They can learn about stocks, EFTs and other investments as well as set up watch alerts. Interested customers can sign up for a free 30-day trial to see whether they find the tools convenient and easy to use.

  • Managed accounts: Investors who prefer a hands-off approach can set up a managed account with Fidelity. The company offers five different managed account types with a $5,000 minimum investment.

  • Protection Guarantee: Consumers can feel secure with a Fidelity account. The company’s Protection Guarantee ensures that clients are covered if an unauthorized individual makes changes to their account. For full terms and details, visit the Fidelity website.

  • Best for: Fidelity Investment has tools that make it a good choice for all types of investors; its online trading features are best for self-directed investors.

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