MDU Resources is focused on providing superior service for its shareholders. Wells Fargo Shareowner Services is our Transfer Agent, Registrar and Dividend Disbursing Agent. Shareholders may contact Wells Fargo Shareowner Services by phone, mail or email to get answers to questions about:
Shareholders will receive an acknowledgment of their inquiry by email within one business day of receipt of the electronic message and, in most cases, the request will be completed within 48 hours. Representatives of Wells Fargo Shareowner Services are available from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday to answer your questions. A Company Shareholder Services representative is also available to assist you.
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
P.O. Box 64874
St. Paul, MN 55164-0874
http://www.shareowneronline.com/ "Contact Us"
Dustin Senger, MDU Resources Group, Inc.
Ticker Symbol: MDU
Stock Exchange: New York Stock Exchange
As a convenience to shareholders, your quarterly dividend payment can be automatically transferred on the dividend payment date to the bank, savings and loan or credit union of your choice. Direct deposit assures payments are credited to shareholders' accounts without delay. Participation forms will be sent to you upon request. Requests for an enrollment card can be made to Shareholder Services.
Lost stock certificates are costly and inconvenient. If a certificate is lost, stolen or destroyed, notify our Transfer Agent, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services, immediately so that a "stop transfer" instruction can be placed on our records to prevent transfer of ownership to another person. Wells Fargo Shareowner Services will send you the forms to permit the issuance of a replacement certificate. In order to replace your certificates, we are required by law to post a surety bond at your expense to protect all concerned against the possibility that the lost certificates might return to circulation. The cost may vary; currently it is based on two percent of the market value of your lost shares. It is important to safeguard your certificates against loss.
As an additional precaution and for your tax records, you should keep a separate record of each stock certificate showing its certificate number, the number of shares, the total cost or value when purchased and the date acquired.
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