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  • Apr 21
  • Financial Services - Consulting, Marketing
  • Roscoe, Illinois
  • Custodian Account Financial Advice
  • 442

I was persuaded by a financial adviser of Edward Jones to invest my sons custodian college account from a 1% FDIC account to Edward Jones I was told the account would make a great deal more than 1% and could get my money out after a year. Both were lies. I have done everything Edward Jones Financial advisor has asked of me. Move the money here, yes, move the money there, yes, sell yes, it will... Read more

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  • Apr 14
  • Investment, Brokers
  • Lawrenceville, Georgia
  • Financial Advisor
  • 2
  • 2
  • 347

I moved my accounts from a private broker to Edward Jones. Immediately the Jones broker started promoting stocks and services which generated fees for him. His advice was useless. He was ill informed about the market and only interested in his fees. This is a horrible company that is a discredit to the industry. I moved my funds away from Jones in 30 days. Jones operates on the principle... Read more

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  • Apr 11
  • Investment, Brokers
  • Austin, Texas
  • Financial Advising
  • 238

We switched Edward Jones advisors prior to rolling all of our life savings over to a different advisor based on his lure of helping us with real estate investing and all of his promises of connections to help us with the transition from the sale of our home to transfer of life insurance, to obtaining pre medicare health insurance and especially to advising us through the maze of pension... Read more

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  • Feb 25
  • Investment, Brokers
  • Investment
  • 1028

Before i educated myself EDWARD JONES took me for about 10 grand in commissions. They sold me there front load mutual funds and high priced bond funds and then charged 1.5% to keep my money.The only people who make money with Jones is the company not the investors.I have since educated myself and invest with Vangard no load mutual funds and the lowest cost for management in the business. Anyone... Read more

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  • Feb 21
  • Investment, Brokers
  • Alabama, United States
  • Brokerage Account
  • 3
  • 3
  • 638

Clients have been transferred up to 4 times to a different FA because Edward Jones cannot keep anyone. EJ hires inexperienced advisors, and then doesn't train them except to sell. They sell Class A shares which is expensive. Basically on a $10000, it cost over $500 in commission to the broker so you start with $9500 investment. Class C shares do not have a load up front. If you stayed in it a... Read more

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Be very careful with these guys. The office I dealt with, Marysville, WA, is completely lacking of integrity. When their error cost me several thousand dollars, their response was 'it wasn't us,' when in fact it was. Their agent, Greg Jensen, will do just about anything to avoid his responsibility. Add comment

  • Feb 17
  • Investment, Brokers
  • Investment
  • 1
  • 1
  • 503

Hi! We actually have no choice about who our investors are going to be. But in all fairness to Luke Pasha, the fault is not his but EDWARD JONES TRUST administration. I am sure Luke Pasha wants his investment choices to be profitable. I am rereading Edward Jones stipulations and I will write them here later (Trust Fund stipulation) and it is very unfair for the beneficiaries. My husband's... Read more

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  • Feb 16
  • Investment, Brokers
  • Texas, United States
  • Positive Experience
  • 3
  • 3
  • 834

I am a relatively new investor through Edward Jones. Conservative in nature. I choose my financial advisor based off track record mainly people who use him or her. First of all I mad it clear to him my investment plan. Balanced in nature as to hedge between stocks and bonds. After three years I have averaged little over 8.6 percent return by using their advisory fund and that is after fees. ... Read more

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Lost $ bad company, horrible advice. Run away. Add comment

Exorbitant fees, deceptive about hidden costs. Add comment

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