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Robhalo

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I have tried to call them up this morning and as usual you can't get through at all

They are constantly late on dividend payments too

I am sick to death of this.  Especially large important ones to small investors such as this 

Yet they make so much money.... 

 

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Hi Robhalo, I’m in the same boat, so it’s helpful to know that I’m not the only one. I tried calling them today and just get stuck on hold for ages. Do they actually have anyone working on their phones? It’s strange given how well other providers (AJ Bell for example) seem to be handling it that IG are dropping the ball so often. 

Can you let me know if you do get the L&G div and I’ll do the same?

Cheers 

 

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2 hours ago, Robhalo said:

Hi I was expecting a dividend payment for shares I held at ex div for Legal and general.  Payment date was 4th June but cannot see any receipt?

Hi, likewise, please provide an update on L&G dividend payment?

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