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Old 09-17-2008, 02:04 PM   #1
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MET - MetLife....what happened?

About a month ago I rec'd an offer from MetLife to exchange my MET shares for who the he** knows as I couldn't make heads or tales of all of the legal mumbo-jumbo something and I did NOT take part in the exchange.

I keep track of my few stocks on MSN and noticed that it (MET) now registers as ZERO ....did I lose my shares by not participating or have they morphed in to something else? (I hope !)

Your help/expertise is appreciated!
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Old 09-17-2008, 02:06 PM   #2
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MET: Summary for METLIFE INC - Yahoo! Finance

Looks fine to me.
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Thanks....looks like it just doesn't show on my MSN money page for some reason! .....maybe MSN just doesn't like 'em!
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When I called them, I was told the exchange was optional and if I did not convert, I still would keep
my Metlife shares. I did not convert. That was my
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