How do I transfer or sell my stock to someone?
To transfer your certificate to a new owner, you must inform the Bank’s stock agent by mail. Please endorse the certificate by filling in your name on the back of the certificate. Sign where indicated, and have a medallion guaranty stamp affixed and mail with accompanying $ 35.00 check payable to: Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions Inc. 1717 Arch Street, Suite 1300, Philadelphia, PA 19103.
What if there is a death?
In the event of a death, the following documents are required:
- An original certified copy of the death certificate
- Short Certificate
- Evidence of Appointment of administrator executor
- Name, address and social security number of the person to whom the certificate will be transferred. The designated administrator executor should sign the back of the stock certificate and have a medallion guaranty stamp(affixed at the Bank’s Corporate Headquarters- 30 South 15th Street, Suite 1200 Philadelphia, PA 19102) Send the stock certificate, together with all other documents and a $25.00 check payable to Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions Inc. 1717 Arch Street, Suite 1300, Philadelphia, PA 19103.
Name change/address change?
Address and name changes must be submitted by mail to Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions Inc. 1717 Arch Street, Suite 1300, Philadelphia, PA 19103
How do I sell my stock?
United Bank is not permitted to either repurchase its own stock or allowed to act as a broker in the transaction of the sale and purchase of its existing stockholders’ stock. However, stockholders are free to negotiate the sale of their stock to anyone they choose. The stockholder and the potential buyer would determine the price. The Bank by law may not participate in this discussion at all. When a buyer has been found, follow procedures outline in Question 1.
What if I lose my certificate?
Notify Broadridge in writing, mail to 1717 Arch Street, Suite 1300, Philadelphia, PA 19103 or fax to 215-553-5402. Upon receipt, Broadridge will forward an affidavit of loss form along with a letter detailing the fees required for replacement.
Fees may vary based upon the amount of shares.