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Scottrade Opening Fort Worth, Texas Branch Office


Online investment firm expands in Lone Star State to provide local customer support

FORT WORTH, Texas . – Scottrade, a leading branch-supported online investment firm, is opening a branch office in Fort Worth, Texas. The branch, located at 4829 Bryant Irvin Road at the City View Towne Crossing, opens on Monday, Nov. 24 and will be Scottrade’s second Fort Worth location.

“The new Scottrade office provides another convenient location for our clients who were previously served through our downtown office,” said Dennis Roybal, Scottrade branch manager for the new Fort Worth office. “With our proximity to so many other businesses and shops, our customers can easily stop in if they have questions or need assistance with their accounts.”

Scottrade is an online investment firm that provides the tools and research for individuals to make their own investment decisions. Scottrade does not provide investment advice, but stock brokers are available at branch offices to answer account related questions, provide customer service and give tutorials on Scottrade’s online trading services.

“We feel it is important to have branch offices where our customers work and live,” said Rodger Riney, Scottrade founder, president and CEO. “While most of our customers trade online, our local offices allow us to provide a better customer experience for online investors.”

The Fort Worth branch is one of two new offices Scottrade is opening in the Dallas area this year, bringing the total number of local branches to nine. In January, Scottrade opened a branch in Southlake. Other local offices are in Dallas, Plano, Arlington, Frisco, Irving and Garland.

Scottrade’s Fort Worth branch office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be reached at 817-263-1980. For more information, visit


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