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Important change to your OptionMonster service

Dear OptionMonster customer,

As you may know, E*TRADE Financial Corporation recently completed the acquisition of Aperture New Holdings, Inc., a parent company of OptionMonster Media, LLC. With this transaction, we are initiating important changes to the way customers will receive OptionMonster content.

Beginning February 1, 2017, we will no longer offer our content through a paid subscription model. In the coming months, we will transition OptionMonster content into E*TRADE’s library of resources, with the goal of offering our customers helpful and actionable trading content.

Any customer who subscribed to OptionMonster on a quarterly or annual basis and has paid beyond January 2017 will receive a refund for services beyond that date.

We look forward to providing high quality content to E*TRADE and OptionsHouse customers, and hope you come along with us to this content’s new home at E*TRADE. If you’re not a customer already, you can open an account at etrade.com.

Thank you, and best regards,

Todd Rich
President, OptionMonster Media, LLC

Monday, January 23, 2017


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