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Has anyone had experience using Zecco for equity trades?

Good/Bad? Hidden fees? Slow transaction times? Risk of insolvency? Does the site offer any consumer protection? Is there a downside to “Free”?


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2 Responses to "Has anyone had experience using Zecco for equity trades?"

  1. pirate w says:
    I would not go this rout, depending how often you trade i would considering using a more well know on-line retail broker: Etrade ,Schwab , Scottrade all have relatively good commission structures and decent researching and analytical tools.
  2. MikeMIke says:
    have use for 2 months with no problem, got 50 free trades so far.

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