Although in April, Edward Jones proposed settling investor lawsuits over hidden revenue-sharing agreements for $127.5 million, the firm is now trying to postpone approval of that settlement from July 20 to Oct. 1, the St. Louis Daily Record reports.

The reason, Edward Jones said, is that due to “computer programming errors,” it overlooked 300,000 investors, and that instead of sending out the payments to 5.7 million investors, six million need to be accounted for.

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