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I had a few problems with the total, also -- however, all I did was just logout, then log back in again, and it was fine. I guess if I went there several times a week, the frustration would probably build up -- but since I don't go there that often, it's worth it to me to save a few bucks.

However, I have a question. I recently bought some stocks for myself to start a few DRiPs, but also wanted to buy a share for my 21 year old daughter to get her started in investing. Rather than pay the extra fee for the Gift of Stock program, I was wondering if there is anyway to get shares of stock in someone else's name at MoneyPaper, and then pay for them through my checking account.

I was trying to figure it out at their website, but I was nervous about inputing two different names, so I gave up.
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