- Report: #956002
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Complaint Review: Sun Health
Sun HealthInternet United States of America
Sun Health SUNH Financial and Securities Fraud Internet
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During the year 2000 or so, SUNH filed chapter 11, came out of Bankruptcy and provided the parties they owed substantial amounts of money to they were on credit shares of new stock.
those shares cam out at 24.00
Recently, they announced they will sell the company for 200 million. After a reverse split, the shares are now worth 8.00 and no dividends were ever paid on the shares. Its all well that people who buy and sell shares know they will and risk losing money, but in the case of reverse mergering stock that was issued as payment at less than ten cents on the dollar from court?
I worked very hard all my life, invested some, lost some, but this is just blatent outright thievery.
Is anyone big enough to stand up to these cowards and speak for me and all the other parties that lsot money over the last ten years from recieving no interest payments? I am curerntly living overseas. Fell free write to me at [email protected]
There is another case where Etrade closed my account while I was on duty overseas, etrade is supposed to be a functioning online bank. "what bank or institution has any right to take anyones money?"
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/17/2012 12:15 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Sun-Health/internet/Sun-Health-SUNH-Financial-and-Securities-Fraud-Internet-956002. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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