Anyone who owns any of the Standard & Poor's 500 index funds listed on this page.
What's Going On?
Attorneys are investigating whether excessive fees are being charged in connection with these funds.
What You Can Do About It:
Fill out the form on this page. One of the attorneys we work with may then reach out to you directly to help determine whether the fees you're being charged are adequate or excessive. If they suspect you're getting charged excessive fees, they can explain how you may be able to start a lawsuit against the investment company and get your money back.
Am I Obligated To Take Legal Action?
No. Lawyers have noticed that some investment companies are taking advantage of the public by charging excessive fees and that few, if any, services are being performed in exchange for these fees. They're trying to help S&P investors determine whether this has happened to them.
What Does This Cost?
It doesn't cost anything. Attorneys have reason to believe that charging excessive fees is becoming a widespread practice in the financial industry and they're willing to review investors' portfolios to determine whether they're being taken advantage of.
ClassAction.org wants to hear from anyone who owns any of the following Standard & Poor’s 500 index funds through a 401(k) plan or some other means, like a retail brokerage account:
ProFunds Bear Inv (BRPIX)
ProFunds UltraBear Inv (URPIX)
ProFunds Bull Inv (BLPIX)
ProFunds UltraBull Inv (ULPIX)
Rydex Inverse S&P 500® Strategy Inv (RYURX)
Rydex Nova Inv (RYNVX)
Virtus Equity Trend I (VAPIX)
Copeland Risk Managed Dividend Gr I (CDIVX)
Virtus Wealth Masters I (VWMIX)
Virtus Equity Trend R6 (VRPAX)
Arin Large Cap Theta Institutional (AVOLX)
PIMCO StocksPLUS® Short P (PSPLX)
SEI S&P 500 Index I (SIMT) (SPIIX)
PIMCO StocksPLUS® Short Institutional (PSTIX)
Great-West S&P 500® Index Init (MXVIX)
Great-West Stock Index Initial (MXSIX)
American Beacon S&P 500 Idx Inv (AAFPX)
State Farm S&P 500 Index R3 (RSPHX)
Wells Fargo Advantage Index A (WFILX)
Homestead Stock Index (HSTIX)
Dreyfus S&P 500 Index (PEOPX)
State Farm S&P 500 Index Instl (SFXIX)
MM S&P 500® Index Adm (MIEYX)
JNL/Mellon Cap S&P 500 Index B
PNC S&P 500 Index A (PIIAX)
Wells Fargo Advantage Index Inv (WFIRX)
GuideStone Funds Equity Index Investor (GEQZX)
SEI S&P 500 Index A (SIMT) (SSPIX)
Nationwide S&P 500 Index Instl Svc (GRISX)
Principal Large Cap S&P 500 Index R5 (PLFPX)
Vantagepoint 500 Stock Index I (VPFIX)
What’s Going On?
Allegations have surfaced that some investment companies are charging excessive fees and providing no useful services to their investors in return. In light of these claims, attorneys working with ClassAction.org are looking to talk to anyone who owns any of the S&P 500 funds listed above to determine whether the fees they are being charged are normal and reasonable.
What You Can Do
If you’d like to learn more about this lawsuit investigation and have an attorney review your investment portfolio to determine whether you’re being charged excessive fees, get in touch with us by filling out the form on this page. After you get in touch, an attorney may reach out to you directly to explain more about their investigation and how he or she can help determine whether you’re being charged excessive fees. There’s no cost to talk to any attorney and no legal obligation to take action.