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Shares Suspended - what now?

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Hi Guys, I had very small amount invested in a little company calles Beget (SC - BEE). Noticed this morning that trading has been suspended on this share and the company is to delist from the JSE. What are the implications for me, other than holding a worthless share? Is there anyway I can still trade said shares to recover any potential losses? Also from a tax perspective, what would the implicatiosn be?
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you can't trade them, assuming it is a liquidation you stand last in line for money .. short answer - byebye money ..
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Crumbs. Anyway, had written this lot off waaaay back. Now you know why I stick to derivatives.
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Sounds like a Brainware move a couple of years ago. You'll get nothing back my back. If you're lucky 1c.
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I still have some shares in SACMH, it's been suspended from last year so join the "waiting" club
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