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I do not rely upon Netstock as they fall prey to not updating their site enough to keep accurate with company plan materials. Netstock is a decent starting point just as a review of Moneypaper's list of fee free DriPs is helpful.

I also go to the prospective company's website and look for the Investor Relations tab. Investor Relations will provide you with the company financial information and buried within is the DSP or DRiP plan information, but you do have to look for it.

In sum, there is NOT a single comprehensive site for looking for DRiP and DSP candidates but reviewing several places will generally get you what you want.

Jenn
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