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Subject: First Command Restitution Information Date: 8/13/2006 2:52 AM
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Use the following link for additional information:

http://www.nasd.com/InvestorInformation/InvestorProtection/NASDW_012810?ssSourceNodeId=5

Former First Command customers may be eligible to receive restitution of a portion of sales loads they paid in the purchase of systematic investment plans in conjunction with NASD's Enforcement Action.



Who is eligible for restitution?



Only those customers who purchased Systematic Investment Plans from First Command between January 1, 1999 and December 15, 2004 and terminated their plans between January 1, 1999 and December 15, 2004 are eligible for restitution.



Eligible customers also must have paid an effective sales charge greater than 5%.



What should you do if you believe you are eligible for restitution?



Per the NASD enforcement action and SEC order, an independent Consultant has been appointed to oversee and supervise restitution to customers. Wayne M. Secore, an attorney with Secore & Waller, L.L.P., will administer restitution payments. Investors who believe that they are eligible for restitution may contact Mr. Secore at:

Wayne M. Secore, P.C.
Secore & Waller, L.L.P.
Three Forest Plaza
12221 Merit Drive, Suite 1100
Dallas, Texas 75251
secore@secorewaller.com


Gary Michalosky (sandpockets)


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