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Still waiting. Some time ago I used Equiniti.to collect both my 2 pensions and share dividends to be paid to a bank account. For over a year I have not received any payments. I would have expected to receive £35000 annualy. Please can you try to prevent me from going bankrupt.
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Hello and welcome to Just Answer. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm happy to help with your question today. Have you actually been informed that dividends have actually become payable?
Yes to your question and, indeed some are government bonds. As I said, before Equiniti decided to stop the service I received £35,000 aprox. What is even worse the contracted to handle state and work pensions which they handled for several years, but are not doing so now andt will not relaese me so I cannot appeal to other registrars.
No that is incorrect. I have to hand all my share certificates of UK based compoanies. These companies issue dividends which are not coming to my account to the value of about £35,000
1. My income was derived from 2 sources.
2. The first source is from the state pension and a working life pension.
3 The second source is from dividends issued by companies whose shares I own.
These were paid directly to a nominated bank account with Lloyds TSBThe bank account which averaged about £1200 per month now shows no income.
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