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After receiving their very large and very heavy marketing mailer my first thought was they spent a lot on this which probably means they are getting substantial fees from clients. My second thought after looking at the information they wanted me to provide on the return card just so I could get their free booklet was who would be stupid enough to reveal their total investment portfolio value to strangers.

I did a little research into old threads about Fisher. Nothing illegal popped up in the ones I read but based on their marketing approach I wouldn't give them a dime.
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