Re: AOL Time Warner Securities Litigation: Rejection Notice
We have processed your claim in accordance with the Court approved Plan of Allocation for the Time Warner Securities Litigation.
We have determined that you have no Net Allowable Loss due to the following reason(s):
Your claim did not set forth any information regarding purchases of AOL common stock and / or purchases or sales of options on AOL common stock, Jan 27, 1999 through and including Jan 11, 2001, and / or purchases of AOL Time Warner common stock, Jan 11, 2001 through and including Aug 27, 2002.
Based upon the statement as set forth above, we will recommend to the Court that your Claim be DISALLOWED or REJECTED.
If you think the above determination by the Claims Administrator is incorrect, you may request Court Review of the administrative determination within 30 days of the date of this letter, by sending a statement in writing asking for “Court Review”, and setting forth the reasons that you believe the administrative determination is incorrect. Your written statement will thereafter be submitted to the Court for consideration. Requests for Court Review should be submitted on or before Nov 16, 2006, and should be addressed to…
Okay ich habe jetzt mal den Brief abgeschrieben und ich verstehe ihn eigentlich wirklich nur in Bruchstücken. Der Kollege sagt, er hat nie irgendetwas mit AOL Time Warner zu tun gehabt, und warum soll er sich jetzt für irgendeinen 'claim' rechtfertigen? Was will das Gericht von ihm?