Original Trade entered via IB's TWS on 4/20/06: Bracket Order: Parent: Buy Stop LIMIT - Buy 100k eur.usd @ 1.2348 Lmt 1.2346 Stop Child: Sell Limit - Sell 100k eur.usd @ 1.2358 Lmt Child: Sell Stop - sell 100k eur.usd @ 1.2335 Stp EXECUTION: Buy of 100k eur.usd @ 1.2320 Time/date - 13:55:23 04/20/2006 Sell of 100k eur.usd @ 1.23125 Time/date - 14:45:55 04/20/2006 Pay particular attention to the times and prices. According to time and sales gleaned off of TWS Charts, there was no bid or ask @ or above 1.2346 at the time in which the parent order was triggered and executed. And imagine if there was a freak bid that triggered the order. Given the stop that was part of the bracket order, wouldn't you think it would trigger immdediately and not some 50 mins later? If you look at not only IB's charts during this day and time, but also any WEB based Forex charts, you will see that there were no trades reported at the level (1.2346) which would trigger the parent buy stop limit. I have contacted IB and they tell me that their research indicates that this is a fair trade. Of course that seems ludicrous to me. But that matter is ongoing. This is such a freak thing that I wanted to bring this to the attention of the public. I'm thinking that perhaps others may have experienced supremely erroneous trades on this day around this time. Specifically FOREX trades. I am hoping that IB will consider the matter with earnest and reimburse me for what I believe is an error on their part. But most importantly is that they will swiftly and dilligently address the issue which caused this bizarre event to occur for the good of their other customers. I wouldn't want to have to leave IB over it but this sort of risk is too much to contend with if not addressed properly.