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Re: Robinhood Outages Anger Customers
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2020-03-10 03:59:41
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Heavy trading on Wall Street once again was too much for the Robinhood app to handle. The company reported issues with equities, options and crypto trading just before 10 a.m. ET on Monday. The incident is a case of bad deja vu. Robinhood customers potentially lost millions of dollars when the company's app went down amid heavy trading last Monday, March 2. Another outage occurred for a few hours on March 3. "A service like this that is unavailable during big market movements is a liability and not an asset," noted tech analyst Rob Enderle.

Re: Robinhood Outages Anger Customers
Posted by: EctKevin 2020-03-14 11:16:11 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
Robinhood should do the right thing and refund all trading commissions... oh wait. Maybe you DO get what you pay for.
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