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briwri01   Sunday, 06/16/13 07:08:53 PM
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Hi. Just joined and trying to figure out what my options are. I bought a few shares of stock a week or two ago, and shortly after the SEC suspended trading and now I see that the stock is listed as "Grey Market" and not traded in my brokerage account. What do I do with it! Do I just write it off as a loss, or is there a way to sell my shares and be rid of them? I guess I'm a trusting citizen who thought if a company was allowed to go public and sell shares that I would be able to buy and sell, but I've learned a valuable lesson here. Just need to know what to do with the few shares I have!

Thanks so much,

Brian


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