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Date: 3/22/2018 11:53:41 AM
Frequently Asked Questions
Author: Cal Country Flag
Subject: 19494/19556 - Re: RBC DIRECT INVESTING and automatic DRIP WTF?
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Generally the 'financial advisors' at the bank only know what the bank has taught them. What the bank has taught them about are products that make the bank money.

You have a synthetic drip through the bank. If you won't enough shares of your holding to get 1 full share every (assuming) quarter, then that is what you will get, plus any cash balances. If not your drip will deposit cash into your account, until you own enough shares to drip 1 share plus, per quarter.

The bank may charge your $50 to obtain the share cert, to register your traditional drip, and have access to the SPP, where you will not have to pay transaction fees to purchase more shares. When you have enough money to deposit your share cert's back into the bank trading account the bank will not charge you for that.
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