Durig capital ,Tigard ,Oregon
I have asked in the past while owning a foreign bond with these brokers to sell it,but the staff avoided my phone
calls and would not give a quote,a service that I could have instructed with no problem from my regular broker.The
rep at Fidelity acted aware that these independent advisor/sub-brokers(Durig) act like this.No problem when they
call you once a week to offer another junk bond offering.The issue that I bought,under time pressure(24-48 hrs)was
rated A,but other companies rated it B.After eventually reaching the owner,and trying to persuade me to hold the
issue for around 60 minutes,he said at the very last moment, "we could sell it for you,and Gotta go!",and hung up
in 1 second.I should have immediately acat this bond out of their possession,probably didnt in feelings since the
owner has or appears to have a disability.The bondholder has no control except through the advisor's actions.They
operate as Durig capital,http://investment-income.net and http://www.bank-offshore.co/.Unlike their
phrase,its"looking out for their best interests!".ROI on offerings will probably not be as stated(less)and not
including advisory,selling or transfer fees.Anyone looking to lose serious money with this group this is your
opportunity.A good broker would work with you,and not against.A dishonest practice.
Review about: Durig Capital Investment Service.
Monetary Loss: $13000.