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Woolwich Shares, cash payment?
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uklancs
Old 23-02-2007, 7:31 PM
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Cool Woolwich Shares, cash payment?

I have today received a letter from Assets Reunited Ltd saying that as I held Woolwich shares when they were bought by Barclays I should have had a cash payout which I never received.
This is possible as we moved house around that time.
However, Assets Reunited are offering to send me the money (over 700) only if I agree to them taking 10% + VAT.
Surely now I know I'm due the money I can claim it direct. Has anyone else been contacted in this way and how do I get my money without paying their fee?
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Old 24-02-2007, 2:30 AM
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Surely now I know I'm due the money I can claim it direct. Has anyone else been contacted in this way and how do I get my money without paying their fee?
Yes, you can claim the money direct, without paying a 10% fee.

Try contacting the share registrars to Barclays and ask them for your money.

The Registrar
Registrars to Barclays PLC
The Causeway
Worthing
BN99 6DA

questions@share-registers.co.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)870 609 4535

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Sunil
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Old 04-03-2009, 12:34 AM
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Not wanting to dig up an old thread, but I have rec'd a letter from these people claiming that they are acting on behalf of Norwich Union/Aviva. I have searched the NU website, but found no link to these people, but a whole bunch of stuff on the reattribution action! Any thoughts on the legitimacy of these people?

Ta muchly :0)
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