Is the rookie investor client overreacting?
Is the financial advisor in the wrong?
Is RBC also acting incorrectly
1) RBC Advisor Wrongly Puts 100% of clients money in RBC Mutual Fund after being told he only wanted 75% in an RBC Mutual Fund
2) Client Complains To Advisor and is ignored
3) Client Complainst to Advisor again and CC's bank
4) Client applies online overnight for direct investing account to buy stocks with his money not just the mutual fund
5) Bank calls client saying that advisor no longer is with the bank but was not fired he went to "other opportunities" and tells client he will help him setup an account to allow him to buy stocks as he wished with a portion of his money
6) RBC calls client with a reference number from his online, overnight application for direct investing account to be told that "back office" is instructing her to tell me that the client can not open a direct investing account until he …