I'm sure that nobody wants my opinion because I am a newer user who usually only lurks on Pinside. Call me whatever names you want. I don't want to start any s*%^ here or anything but, that being said, I've followed this debacle from the beginning and I would have requested a refund the second I saw Phil's first post. I work in a totally different industry, however some aspects of it share some similarities with this situation. My experience is with hedge-funds. "Quarterly redemptions make this one safe! My advisor told me I can get out any time I want." Know how many times I've heard this? Then the manager of the fund farts and there is a run for the exits and POOF your liquidity (and often your money) disappear. Same situation. Whether or not you guys want to believe it, DP is likely a seriously impaired company at this point. If refunds requested after the 'incident' aren't going out, that's a really bad sign. The fact that some of you are even contemplating sending them more money in a couple of days is total idiocy. My advice is to get your refund requests in, but at this point it is probably too late. DP is probably sitting on a mountain of refund requests with no cash to pay them out. GLWTS. No way in hell I would be sending them more money.