Right, I understand. This is another argument as to why you think imutual shares are worthless (which you've now confirmed - thank you)cashbacklover wrote:Was due to this being suggested by you and others as a value of I-Mutual Shareholding ( I am saying it would/does happen anyway without the share holding factor)
Yes, I know. The question is why you don't agree to it, when I've explained how it would achieve the same end result for you and not only make the process FAR easier for imutual but also benefit the charity. It was you that suggested giving up your shares and you who brought up the topic of charity; if you had good intentions in doing so, you would surely want the charity to choose the best option for them?I made a suggestion to which you responded to with a completely different suggestion which I dont wish to agree to.
To make it even simpler, let's forget the bit about your future shares (though why you'd be interested in earning them when you consider them worthless is a mystery ) Let's just consider giving the charity the choice of receiving your existing shares (pending and awarded) OR receiving £10
I'd be interested to know why you would object to that?