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After reading articles in Forbes and Money about Employee Fiduciary I contacted them today. I spoke with a Mr Parker Payson for almost an hour. He stated that my discontent with Nationwide wasn't the first he had heard about. I requested he send me more information about his company and their 457(b) plan. If anyone else is interested in what so far appears to be an interesting alternative to Nationwide the web address is WWW.EmployeeFiduciary.com.

 

 

Thanks to everyone for all the help. I will look into your suggestions also. I just think there has to be a reasonable alternative to Nationwide. They will give you three different answers to the same question, they refuse to give you information regarding fees, and are generally no help what so ever. This pretty much sums up my and many of my co-workers experience with them over the years.

 

 

Thanks Again

 

Steve

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After reading articles in Forbes and Money about Employee Fiduciary I contacted them today. I spoke with a Mr Parker Payson for almost an hour. He stated that my discontent with Nationwide wasn't the first he had heard about. I requested he send me more information about his company and their 457(b) plan. If anyone else is interested in what so far appears to be an interesting alternative to Nationwide the web address is WWW.EmployeeFiduciary.com.

 

 

Thanks to everyone for all the help. I will look into your suggestions also. I just think there has to be a reasonable alternative to Nationwide. They will give you three different answers to the same question, they refuse to give you information regarding fees, and are generally no help what so ever. This pretty much sums up my and many of my co-workers experience with them over the years.

 

 

Thanks Again

 

Steve

 

There is absolutely nothing surprising about Nationwide's actions. On this forum, Sierra has put it best: salespeople, whether they are working for Nationwide or some other company, are in the business of moving product. Period. If folks expect otherwise, they are likely to be disappointed. Salespeople have to make a living, too, and they are likely to put their own interests first. There should be absolutely nothing surprising about this. Caveat emptor.

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