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Thank you for that. I hold 30000 shares in OSA but have heard nothing from them
As I am a novice at all this can you advise whether my holding is transferrable or has any value, please /|
|Me too . Have they just walked off with the money ? What about due process ?|
|did shareholders ever get informed?? Only had 5000 of these, was sorting out some paperwork and came accross the share cert the other night and made me curious as to what happened.|
|Not initially. I think it's just when the company is wound-up.|
|reciever is ROSS LESLIE
|if the company goes into receivership should the receiver not inform the shareholders?|
|According to Companies House, this company went into receivership on 22 June 2004. A new company with a similar name seems to have appeared. Suspect the business has been bought from the receivers for next to nothing. We have been ripped. Total write-off. I am always bemused as to when we can claim the capital loss. I don't know if anyone else has noticed, but AIM companies NEVER make it to the negligible value list. Anyone know if we can claim the capital loss in this tax year?|
Thank you for that. I hold over 100,000 shares and am currently sitting on a #6,000 loss. Please keep posting as I need to know what to do and you seem to be in the loop.
"Shares" magazine has featured a number of articles recently on OSA criticising what to me appears totally outrageous behaviour on the part of the Board.
This is superficially a thriving profitable company, yet Chairman Chris Matthews, having apparently caused Chief Executive Louise Hanson's pregnancy and then subsequently fallen out with her, has decided off his own bat that the company will delist in order that he can impose his own preferred strategy. I find it extraordinary that this can possibly be a legal course of action for a public company. Can any legal beagles advise here please? I would expect them to have to buy out existing shareholders at this stage.
I hold 50,000 of these, regarding OSA as one of the more promising 'dotcoms'. I understand that as a shareholder I continue to own part of the company but that I can only trade through the company secretary - but how is the price determined?
Let's just hope that Matthews' strategy is so outstandingly successful that the company soon finds a trade buyer at £1 per share (but I'd want to hold on for more!).
|Someone with suicidal tendancies must have bought a significant amount. (not me)
Am I right in assuming that if you purchase now you are still part owner of the company and can recieve dividends in the future??
Anyone know...a number of companies go this way|
|Anyone in for the second series ? Is is it a repeat ?|
|LOGICA2ME - 08 Mar'03 - 20:50 - 31 of 35
I 'did' inform you all that this would rocket.....................|
|Pommy, please see my earlier post if you have shares to offload in this one. Thanks.|
|IMA looks okay, though at 0.5p to buy and 0.4p to sell, at best they may recover to 1p and sell for 0.75p. = return of 50%. I will have a look for some funds, how much have you put in?.|
|RL - Have a look at IMA - 65% fall - I've bought 100k @0.5p - get in quick - I'll get a thread going....|
|I just bought around another 28950 @1.1p. The trade has not shown up yet. OSA was only less than 1p to buy for 2 hours. You have not quite missed the boat Double6.|
|Well Done !! I'm sick as a chip that I missed this at 0.5p.|
|My buy on OSA today just went through. There is no profit taking and I am expecting 2p by the end of this week.|
|No problem matey.|