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December CME Dividend Reversed Off Account


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Hi,

Negative CME dividend amount on my account today. Looks like the December CME dividend has been reversed off account on 11 Jan 2018? Just wondering if this has happened across all accounts that hold CME Group?

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IG have said this was a 'technical' issue and funds have been credited back to the account, however the credit back on the account is a smaller value. Numbers are very small but I would have expected to be put back in the same position I was in as this was an IG error. If the values were larger would it still be a case of 'screw' the customer. I would be interested to know if this impacted all holders of CME Group.

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