Any retail investor who owns one or more funds through Charles Schwab's "Intelligent Portfolios" program.
What's Going On?
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org have reason to believe these investors may be getting charged excessive fees.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether a lawsuit can be filed on behalf of investors who own one or more funds through Charles Schwab’s “Intelligent Portfolios” program. The attorneys have reason to believe these people may be getting charged excessive fees in connection with their investment portfolios. Before the attorneys can take action, however, they need to speak with a few people who invested in funds through the “Intelligent Portfolios” program to learn more about what’s going on.
What Funds Are Believed To Be Affected?
Attorneys have reason to believe that excessive fees may be getting charged in connection with the following exchange-traded funds (ETFs):
Market-Cap Index ETFs
Domestic Equity ETFs
Multi-Cap Core (SCHB)
Large-Cap Core (SCHX)
Large-Cap Growth (SCHG)
Large-Cap Value (SCHV)
Equity Income (SCHD)
Mid-Cap Core (SCHM)
Small-Cap Core (SCHA)
Real Estate (SCHH)
Core Bond (SCHZ)
Inflated Protected Bond (SCHP)
Short Term U.S. Treasury (SCHO)
General U.S. Treasury (SCHR)
International Equity ETFs
International Multi-Cap Core (SCHF)
International Small/Mid-Cap Core (SCHC)
Emerging Markets (SCHE)
Fundamental Index ETFs
Schwab Fundamental U.S. Broad Market Index ETF (FNDB)
Schwab Fundamental U.S. Large Company Index ETF (FNDX)
Schwab Fundamental U.S. Small Company Index ETF (FNDA)
Schwab Fundamental International Large Company Index ETF (FNDF)
Schwab Fundamental International Small Company Index ETF (FNDC)
Schwab Fundamental Emerging Markets Large Company Index ETF (FNDE)