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I am having trouble finding current discussions on this board; when I click on the link, all I get are discussions from 2007 so this question is a shot in the dark.

The current Rule Your Retirement newsletter mentions Cake Financial as a source of information about my current portfolio. When I checked it out,I see that they want access to my E*Trade account. I stopped there and did not check to see if they wanted my savings accounts too.

I am not at all sure I am comfortable giving out this information. I don't really know who these people are and security breaches happen just often enough to instill a need for caution.

Can this outfit be trusted with my financial accounts information?
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