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Proxy FAQNov 7 2016
Do I get to vote?
If you were a shareholder of record on October 24, 2016, you are entitled to vote.
How do I vote?
You should have received proxy cards from your brokerage firm or from Corporate Stock Transfer. Each proxy card has a unique control number that will allow you to vote online. If you received your control number from your brokerage firm, you will vote on www.proxyvote.com. If you received your control number from Corporate Stock, you will vote at: https://secure.corporatestock.com/vote.php
What if I didn’t receive my proxy card?
Contact your brokerage firm and ask them for the Corporate Actions Dept. Tell them you are expecting a Proxy vote for Integral Technologies, and can they provide you with the control number for each of your accounts. You will then be able to vote your shares at www.proxyvote.com.
Why did I receive multiple control numbers?
You will receive control numbers for each account you own shares in. You will also receive a control number for each certificate physically held.
Do I need to vote every control number?
Yes, every control number needs to be voted.
Can I vote early?
Yes, early voting is encouraged.
If I attend the meeting can I still vote early?
Yes, everyone is encouraged to vote early.
What is the difference between authorized shares and outstanding shares?
Authorized shares are the maximum number of shares that a corporation is legally permitted to issue, as specified in its articles of incorporation. Outstanding shares are the shares of a corporation that have been issued and purchased by investors.
Are we voting on preferred shares too?
No, this proxy vote is not related to the preferred shares. The number of authorized preferred shares remain the same. There are currently no issued preferred shares.
I still have questions.
Please contact Scott McArthur - 360.966.6603 or Eric Daboling - 360.835.7992 or email to email@example.com
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