FID BKG SVC LLC Moneyline

FID BKG SVC LLC Moneyline

FID BKG SVC LLC Moneyline line item is an outbound electronic transfer against your banking account or credit card released by Fidelity Brokerage Service LLC through their Moneyline service in regard to a brokerage operation for the account of the cardholder for a workplace retirement program (401k) or the brokerage of an asset investment service.

It is not a scam, and it can appear on your credit card or in your bank account, depending on which instrument you have associated with the Fidelity Moneyline service.

It happens that you can forget that you have this electronic funds transfer withdrawal or that this 401k was previously paid by an employer and now it is withdrawn from your account.

What is FID BKG SVC LLC MONEYLINE On My Bank Statement

Fidelity MoneyLine is a service that enables the electronic transfer of funds between the Fidelity account and the bank account of the customer.

The line item FID BKG SVC LLC MONEYLINE can appear in your bank statement if you have associated it with the Fidelity brokerage contract.

It is an electronic transfer of funds. It will be performed automatically at the due date that appears in your contract with Fidelity.

Fidelity Banking

The company is a financial services corporation based in Boston, Massachusetts, and serves more than 40 million individual investors, nearly 23,000 businesses and about 3,600 advisory firms.

Fidelity operates in nine countries across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. It serves customers through 12 regional sites across the globe and more than 200 investor centers. In 2022, the company managed $9.9 trillion in assets and made daily average trades of $2.8 million.

Some of Fidelity’s services include:

  • Personal investing
  • Asset management
  • Help for new investors
  • Retirement planning
  • Charitable giving

The company helps manage the following:

  • Mutual funds
  • ETFs
  • Bonds
  • CDs
  • Stocks
  • Annuities
  • Life insurance
  • Long-term care
  • Small business retirement plans
  • 529 plans
  • Health savings accounts
  • Online trading
  • IRAs
FID BKG SVC LLC Moneyline
Line item FID BKG SVC LLC representing a brokerage operation of asset management or retirement plan.

Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC

You can review your Fidelity account records online for the following information:

  • Monthly and quarterly account statements
  • Year-end investment reports
  • Interested party statements (if applicable)
  • Trade confirmations
  • Fidelity tax forms
  • Prospectuses and financial reports
  • Quarterly performance reports (for qualified customers)
  • Account records

FID BKG SVC LLC Moneyline Phone Number

If you still don’t recognize the charge, you can contact your bank or credit card company and dispute the charges and try to recover the money.

Their phone number that appears on the web is 1-800-835-5097 to speak with a representative.

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