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The whole point of having a DRIP is keep the cost low for investors who are willing to reinvest in the company. Having a number of fees really flies in the face of that. And having so many fees, some on the OCP and some on the reinvestment really hurts. I didn't own that much JCI, only about $1K, but I'm going to sell it and just get out of the DRIP. There are too many investor friendly plans that I'd rather deal with.
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