TOL, Metro Pacific Tollways stock- what to do?

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Does anyone also have still own TOL stock? Apparently it was delisted from Philippine Stock Exchange last year in October 2013. But we were not informed by our broker, and we do not know how to get back our investment. We were told that we had to get stock certificate from our stock broker, and then provide this to the company Metro Pacific. But the value would only be 1% of our investment. Is this true? Isn't this unfair to the stockholders who weren't able to sell before the stock was delisted? Anyone here know about this?

 

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Ricky Hernandez
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