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Vonage After 30 years in IT, I'm pretty sure I know when I've refresehed a cache. That was



After 30 years in IT, I'm pretty sure I know when I've refresehed a cache. That was not what I experienced.

I checked periodically on the evening of the offering. At first, I got the "not allocated yet" message. Later, I refreshed the browser and actually got a message saying that allocations were being posted. A little later, I refreshed again, and it had gone back to the message saying that the allocations hadn't been made yet. This message was there the next few times I checked. A few minutes later, I refreshed again, and the site said I was allocated zero and owed zero. This was a fresh message, not a repeat of a cached message.

The prospectus had said that if they were significantly oversubscribed, shares would be allocated by lot. So I assumed that I just missed out on the draw.

I breathed a sigh of relief the next day as I saw the price plunge. Although I had received e-mails from Vonage whenever a change was made to the prospectus, I received no notification of any type saying anything had been allocated to me - not from Vonage, not from the underwriters, and not from the brokerage with which I had set up the limited account. So I had no reason to check any forums or to check the IPO site again. I had no idea I was already the proud owner of a plunging stock.

I went away for the weekend, and when I returned Monday night, I had a confirmation in the mail from the brokerage firm showing the allocation of 1300 shares and the amount I owed. Only then did I have any reason to return to the IPO site to confirm the bad news.

At that point, I had already lost over $5,000 in an investment I didn't even know I had. As some have pointed out in this thread, if the price had doubled since the start of trading, this would not be a problem. However, as others have pointed out, the problem is not simply finding a way to weasel out of an investment that didn't perform as I had hoped. The problem is that I wasn't tracking the investment as I would have if I had thought that I was a participant, instead of merely a spectator. I therefore had no opportunity to mitigate the loss, though no fault of my own.

However, as far as I can tell, the problem wasn't the fault of the underwriters or my individual broker, so I felt the only ethical course was to pay the broker for the shares allocated to me while I sort things out.

Nevertheless, I feel that this process has been severely flawed, and that it has resulted in losses that I was not given an opportunity to manage, in an investment that I didn't know I had made.

I am reviewing my options.



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Last Night Had 0, Tonight Have 1300?


So, last night I logged onto my Vonage IPO account and was unceremoniously informed
Ouch... That is cruel..... It seems those who wanted 5000 shares got 1300,
Well, my question is do I have a leg to stand on to fight it? Had I known I received
I hope you can get this issue resolved as desired, and for the amount of money involved,
I can't be the only person this happened to. If anyone else had a likewise experience,
People last night were saying that when they first logged in it said 0, but after
I believe you were viewing a cached version of the page, had you hit F5 you would
Probably somewhere in the depths of all the fine print you will see you are poo out
So, last night I logged onto my Vonage IPO account and was unceremoniously informed
If any of you guys ever invested before, I'm sure there will be a lawsuit. It'll

Balto posted "After 30 years in IT, I'm pretty sure I know when I've refresehed a cache. That was" on 06/01/2006

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