No harm in putting them up for sale on asset match. You only get charged if a sale is agreed. Hence set a price you would sell for even if that is high. The aim price before suspension is no more relevant.
If you're going to sell them Rich ...just make sure you identify a minimum value per share you're happy to let them go for.....they were being traded at .015 prior to suspension which is 15/100ths of a penny so just work out how much you want/are prepared to accept in total to receive then add your trading fees & divide the total value by the number of shares you hold that should give you your minimum required per share to satisfy your requirements.
Don't take my word (or anyone else's) for it though .....work it out for yourself or get help from someone you trust.
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