ComputerShare is a legitimate business and not a scam. Its products, equity investments, are not insured since all stocks have risks of principal loss. However, investing through ComputerShare is not for everyone because they deal with a limited number of companies that each sets its own restrictions and fees.Is Computershare a brokerage firm?
Computershare is not a brokerage firm and does not have a set fee for the purchase or sale of stock. Purchase and sales fees are determined by each company individually. Founded in 1978, Computershare has just recently acquired Investor Services for BNY Mellon.Is Computershare a Trust Company?
Computershare Trust Company, NA was formerly known as EquiServe Trust Company N A. Computershare Trust Company, NA is based in Canton, Massachusetts. The company operates as a subsidiary of Computershare Shareholder Services, Inc.How to sell Computershare stocks?
If you would like to sell shares you already hold, you can use Investor Trade, Computershare's online share sale facility for issuer sponsored securityholdings. The service is available to investors in companies where Computershare acts as share registrar.