I explained to FINRA what happened and they 'highly recommended' that I file a formal complaint with them and the SEC....so I did and now have a FINRA point of contact of one of their investigators.
Because it was such a thinly traded security, I can kind of see what happened in the trade history.
I think I was sold 224 shares by error @ around .04 cents back in February.
I put the shares on the ASK, for the hell of it, for $25....and they actually SOLD in March.
TDA realized this, perhaps they were the seller or was it was requested by the original seller, and 'busted' those trades(buys and sells) on July 10th.
A couple hours later on July 10th, they relisted those recovered 224 shares on the ASK @ $18....and they sold them.
Question is, this legal or not...?? I think there is usually a time limit in which erroneous trades can be reversed and I doubt its 5 or 6 months.....thus perhaps why they reversed all transactions under the guise of 'settlment issues'.