Customer Accounts - Mailing Instructions

All confirmations and statements will be sent to the customer’s address of record. Statements and confirmations may be sent to an individual with power of attorney if the duplicates are requested in writing. A customer’s mail may be held by a brokerage firm for up to two months if the customer is traveling within the US and for up to three months if the customer is traveling outside the US.



Take Note!



A customer who is on active military duty for an extended period of time should open a military P O Box where mail may be sent



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