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"I have DRIP plans from computershare with companies such as Coca Cola, Johnson and Johnson, and Wrigley's, but of course there are many other beauties. These three required me to be a registered shareholder (with shares in book entry form). I solved that dilemna by buying just one share of each of these companies via, which will sell you that most coveted share you need to enroll in that all precious DRIP plan of your choice. These shares are in book entry form and they carry with them a transfer agent fee and they make you buy a frame with your stock (go for the econo frame option which is something like 2.95)."

Wouldn't moneypaper have been an easier road to hoe? You don't have to get the stock at home, they register it for you, if you read their advise not all that expensive and fairly decent regarding Drips purchasing is less expensive than most no fee plans with a direct purchase option, the price is still like 20$ if you aren't a subscriber.
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