What are my shares worth?
We do not maintain the value of shares. You may visit OTC Markets or NASDAQ (links located in our Links section) to determine the current market value.
How do I transfer my shares?
Our office requires the original stock certificate, a letter of instruction, a medallion guaranteed stock power and transfer fees. Please contact our office to learn the appropriate fees for your request.
How should I submit my shares to NATCO?
We always recommend utilizing a courier service or certified mail to ship stock certificates.
Where do I obtain a medallion guarantee?
Medallion guarantee stamps are available at most banks and brokerage firms. However, you must have an account before the bank or brokerage firm will guarantee your signature. If you are located outside of the US and a medallion guarantee is not available to you, please contact our office to learn the additional requirements.
What if I lost my certificate?
Please contact our office in writing immediately to notify us that you have lost your certificate. We will provide replacement paperwork and thorough instructions.
How many shares do I own?
Due to shareholder confidentiality, we do not release shareholdings over the phone. Please email our office and include your name, address, and the Company in which you hold shares. We will confirm any information in an email reply.
How do I sell my shares?
We would recommend contacting a stock broker as NATCO is not able to sell the shares on your behalf.
How do I update my account with a new address?
We require written notification directly from the shareholder. You may mail, email, or fax your new address and we will confirm when the account has been updated.
How do I obtain a NOBO list?
Non-Objecting Beneficial Owner (NOBO) Lists may be obtained through Broadridge (link located in our Links section).
How do I determine if an old security still has value?
If you are unable to locate the security using OTC Markets or NASDAQ, we would recommend contacting the Secretary of State for the state of incorporation to learn the company’s current status. The state of incorporation should be listed on your stock certificate.
What is a Registered Agent?
Every business entity must have a registered agent who resides or is located in this State. Each registered agent must have a street address for receiving service of process, which is the registered office of the entity in this State.
Do I need a Registered Agent?
If you have a business entity formed or registered to do business in the State of Nevada, you must have a registered agent who resides or is located in this State. Each registered agent must have a street address for receiving service of process, which is the registered office of the entity in this State.
Am I required to obtain a business license if I am not doing business in Nevada?
A Nevada entity is considered as “doing business” in Nevada if it was formed pursuant to Title 7 of the Nevada Revised Statutes, including, without limitation, those entities required to file with the Secretary of State.