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Missing dividend payment

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I have recently transferred my stocks from another broker to IG but one of the dividend payment is missing. I have emailed transfers@ig over a week ago, then another email a few days ago but got no response. Is there any way I can find out what is going on? What is the best way to resolve the issue? Is there any support ticket system I can use?

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