Angry customers show up at Robinhood’s headquarters in the wake of GameStop chaos


A protester against Robnhood and it’s CEO holds signs in San Francisco.

Lupe Mejia | CNBC

Some Robinhood traders who can’t get in touch with customer service are trying another tactic: showing up at its front door.

A handful of Robinhood’s clients have driven to the start-up’s headquarters in California, demanding to speak to a representative and in some cases, vandalizing the property, according to police reports.

A total of ten reports from January 28 to February 9 obtained by CNBC detail frustration with the trading start-up. Some customers attempted to explain account issues to security guards outside the one-story, nondescript building in the Bay Area suburb, and were given a paper form…


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