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There is no such creature as a "post tax IRA". There's a traditional IRA, which can have pre or post tax money, and a Roth IRA, which is after tax.

If you had a rollover IRA, you had a traditional originally. Are you saying they rolled it over (converted it) into a Roth? What makes you think it's "post tax"?

The short answer to your question is obviously they can't do anything to your IRA without your knowledge.

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