We at Wall street Insight have decided that we must make an example of BB&T.  BB&T is the mother company of Sterling Capital Funds.  The management of Sterling Capital funds responded in a very  unprofessional manner when confronted about some of their non performing funds.  Specifically $BAEIX. Out of all the mutual fund companies that responded to our inquiries Sterling was the worst. This insult can not go unanswered. Not only does Sterling need to be punished, they also have funds that need to be admitted in to our Mutual Fund rehab clinic, which is in direct violation to the Mutual Fund Constitution. How much more are we supposed to take?

I have thought some more about this situation.  It makes me even more upset because when our relatives pass away and leave insurance money those folks at BB&T will come around with some sort of story how they are our friends and they are to be trusted.

If one of our children signs a contract to play professional sports, or entertainment BB&T will show up then as well. When we retire and have money to roll over BB&T will there again with there hands out. But now when we have something to say to them all of a sudden communication is difficult and they have nothing to say and we are ignored. 

Well all I can say is the day of reckoning draws near.  The Wall Street Insight Mutual Fund Constitution will be enforced. 

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Comment by Eric Watkins on August 22, 2016 at 3:23pm

There comes a time when corporations need to be held accountable for their actions.  For far too long companies like BB&T thought that the people would take a short term stand and then go away.  WSI we stand united to make sure that our voices are heard and our bite is bigger than our bark.  United We Stand WSI, it is time for action.

Comment by nikki cox on January 13, 2016 at 12:26pm
It is past time that BB&T, be made aware, that we will no longer accept the method of operation! Clearly there is a need for integrity, which BB&T certainly lacks. WSI demands that action be taken, since no one at BB&T would give us answers!
Comment by Rodney S. Burrell on January 7, 2016 at 12:50pm
The Philadelphia Chapter of Wall Street Insight, Inc. is fed up with BB&T. As the Chief Field Examiner for WSI in Philadelphia, we are prepared to expose the FRAUD Nationally as we focus on the local Philadelphia County Offices of BB&T. We just got finished picketing the Inauguration Ceremony of the new Mayor of Philadelphia, Mr. Kenney regarding illegal sheriff sales and fraud foreclosures of the homes of The Families Of Philadelphia, (T.F.O.P.).

The local City Council Members Offices will be picketed NEXT, then BB&T is next to be PICKETED! Let's Go Philly Chapter of WSI! Prepare to hit BB&T NEXT!

WE ARE READY!
Comment by kenneth charles stevens on January 7, 2016 at 11:37am

I see many mighty men falling victim and enduring great pain because they fail to recognize the power of the social networks. BB&T may among those that will need to find out the hard way before they learn.  The simple reality is the world is changing. Businesses like BB&T better wake up or else.

Comment by Chris Glover on July 12, 2015 at 12:49am

I got my peeps and we are down for what ever. Just let us know where and when and the enforcement team will be down for the get down.

C. 

Comment by CK Coates on July 2, 2015 at 6:38pm

Well all I can say is the folks at Sterling Capital funds are going to be in for a real long day at the office. I hope they smarten up before it is too late. 

Comment by H. Ben Frazier on June 2, 2015 at 5:03pm

Greetings; As a new member to the WSI group, I am wondering how the financial institutions are ranking when it comes to the common low income investors in America's economic development picture. Furthermore, todays corruption in the resigning of the FIFA Presidents, method of distribution of the monetary funds, that trickles back to the Sterling Capital Funds war-chest. America's infrastructures economic development opportunities start with lending institutions like BB&T.. Before the big banks own up to their injustices administered to the low-income investor, they will close the doors, rather than loosening the bureaucratic obstacles of working Capital.

  

Comment by Vivian H. Curry on May 30, 2015 at 9:23am

The idea that social networks making and enforcing their own laws is a  revolutionary concept.  I see how it can be done. So this Mutual Fund Constitution is our first set of laws to enforce. "GOT IT".  This is so cool.  BB&T will be among the first ones we punish.  This is going to be a lot of fun.  Discipline is a good thing.

Comment by mathieu charles on May 29, 2015 at 11:13am

Social networks are the new power houses. So now we that make up the social networks can make and enforce our own laws in areas we feel are important or areas that need attention. Why not have a trial on twitter or on the open forum of Wall Street Insight and let the mob decide the fate of those financial firms that dare break the laws of the social networks. This type of thing was good enough in the days of the Roman Empire where punishment was swift and sure. We do not need a bunch of lawyers to waist our time and money.  There are many other forms of alternative retribution we can use to discipline financial folk that step out of line.

Pastor Charles

Comment by dieugaud gabriel on May 29, 2015 at 11:01am

The hour of Judgment for BB&T grows near.

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