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Share Price: 0.725Bid: 0.70Ask: 0.75Change: -0.085 (-10.49%)Faller - Frontera Res
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 7.14%Open: 0.81High: 0.81Low: 0.675Yesterday’s Close: 0.81


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Suzz
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Zeps - dummy sell
Today 14:02
Getting .69 to sell now.
 
zeps
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Coggy
Today 14:00
I bet with you only Frr has got all my money lol. Skint, empty pockets.
zeps
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Check.
Today 13:59
Anyone do dummy buy and sell, same.
Coggy
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zeps
Today 13:59
I'll take 20-1

Fiver says we finish even or blue :)
zeps
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Correction 0.688p sells
Today 13:54
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bugsy-b
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I don't know why
Today 13:53
We all couldn't have been sent a postal vote with a business reply envelope..I voted yes on both counts with Halifax, no charge
zeps
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Sells
Today 13:52
Nearly 3.5 mill gone under the radar in the last 50 mins. Those at 0.68 are definately sells. Did a dummy sell and buy at the time. Weird.
zeps
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Pablo
Today 13:47
I am with barclays. They sent me voting papers about 2 week ago. I voted over the phone. It was quite easy. NO charge. If they would have ask me for £25 . I would have threaten to move brokers or not voted. Scandalous !!!!!!
Suzz
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Pablo
Today 13:45
That's awful. Better add Beaufort Securities to the 'name and shame' list.

Still, £25 isn't that much really. Might be worth checking with them if that fee would enable you to vote at any meeting in the future as well?

...for want of a nail....
pablo2
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Suzz - voting
Today 13:40
I immediately got on to Beaufort Securities about the scandal of not being able to vote.

Their reply - "Thank you for your message. We do allow for clients' to vote at AGM's. If you are happy to accept the £25 charge, you will be able to vote in the postponed AGM, and your request will be passed onto our Corporate Actions Department.

Kind Regards,

Customer Services Department"

So, if I initiate action and make special application to vote AND pay £25, I can vote. Needless to say but this is prohibitve as I'm not going to fork out £25.

Imagine this situation is common amoung nominee account holders which probably accounts for 90% of us??





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