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How Can I Sell My Firstbank Shares?

Hello,

I have a shares at first bank plc.Is it possible for me to see my shares tomorrow.What are the procedures.How will i go about it?Reason is that i need cash currently to buy a piece of land asap.I do not want this opportunity to pass me by as they are selling the land at a cheaper rate since they want to use the money for funeral.I wanted to buy this land before i was told 1.6million now they are demanding for 700,000#.So can i get my money from first bank.Provide answers for me.And if i seel it will i loose money from it.I bought it with #412,000 which was 15units for 33# per shares.

I need answers please.

Thanks

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when? we have been wanting for over four years now

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My candid advice to you is that, why not wait still when the price will appreciate and by then you can sell ur shares,

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hoping to get responses

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this is urgent. . .am in benin

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Pls wait till wen the price will appreciate very well before you think of selling your shares.

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@chelsebmw

how are you doing? Are you still interested in selling your shares. I work in a reputable stock broking firm in Lagos and can help you out.

Get back to me.

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I work with a reputable stock brokin firm. Mail me for further info

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where can i get a good stock broker?hoq long does it take to open the accout and how soon will the shares be sold?

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YOU CANN SELL YOUR SHARES UNDER THESE CONDITIONS

1) IF YOU HAVE A CSCS ACCT

2) IF U HAVE A STOCK BROKER

3)IF YOUR SHARES ARE LISTED IN YOUR CSCS ACCT

4) IF YOU PLACE A SELL MANDATE THRU YOUR BROKER.

WITHOUT THESE CONDITIONS YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR FIRSTBANK SHARES

FOR MORE INFO send mail to rotoye2000@yahoo.com

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if u are u sure u may call this number 08075537745

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it's up to you to decide on what to do

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