No. The company does not currently offer a direct stock purchase plan.
Our independent registered public accounting firm is East West Accounting.
No. Potnetwork Holdings has never declared or paid any dividends, and management does not anticipate paying any cash dividends in the foreseeable future. The company currently intends and maintains the strategy to retain future earnings, if any, to finance operations and expand our business.
Potnetwork Holdings is organized and domiciled in the State of Colorado with a corporate office located at 8371 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, California. The principal place of business is 2500 South Park Road, Hallandale, Florida.
The fiscal year end for Potnetwork Holdings is December 31.
Potnetwork Holdings trades on the Over the Counter Pink stock exchange with the ticker symbol "POTN".
The OTC Pink Marketplace offers trading in a wide range of equities through any broker. Since the disclosure requirements vary, OTC Pink companies are categorized on the basis of information provided by them. Companies categorized in the Current Information segment qualify through the Alternative Reporting Standard (ARS), by making filings publicly available through the OTC Disclosure & News Service pursuant to the Pink Basic Disclosure Guidelines. Companies that follow the International Reporting Standard, requiring the company be listed on a Qualifying Foreign Exchange with periodic disclosure filings, those meeting the SEC Reporting Standard or U.S. Bank Reporting Standard are also eligible.
Shareholders with questions about their accounts may contact Potnetwork Holdings' transfer agent, Worldwide Stock Transfer, LLC.
Worldwide Stock Transfer, LLC
One University Plaza
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Tel: (201) 820-2008
Fax: (201) 820-2010
Worldwide Stock Transfer, LLC is the Potnetwork Holdings transfer agent. To contact Worldwide Stock Transfer, LLC, call (201) 820-2008, or visit http://worldwidestocktransfer.com.
Transfer agents maintain stock registries for their client companies such as PotNetwork Holdings. They issue and cancel stock certificates, process and pay dividends, administer dividend reinvestment programs, resolve issues arising from lost or stolen certificates, and answer questions from shareholders about their accounts.