The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority on Wednesday said that it fined five brokerages close to $1 million for gouging clients in "postage and handling" fees.
In a statement, the self-regulatory agency for broker-dealers, said that the five firms were "understating the amount of total commissions charged to customers in trade confirmations and fee schedules by characterizing a portion of the commission charges as fees for handling services."
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