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I did not know this. I always thought that ISA meant UK stocks only. Thank-you for educating me.

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Don’t know if it’s because I put this conversation on here or not (probably not) but I have just received another one of the dividends that I was waiting for. It is a couple of weeks late but I have received it now.

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Which one out of interest?

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It was one of the ones I couldn’t remember the ticker for. I think it’s something like BGSC or something like that.

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Hey @Dark-side-of-the-moon I don’t want to seem short here but this thread is now 45 comments long and all dividends have been paid just a bit later than you’d have liked yet … you cant be bothered to open the app to check the tickers?

The community have shown they want to help you understand, please put some effort in.

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NeilB I don’t think you have read the feed properly, I said that this is one that had been paid so don’t need any help with that one thanks, but you are right, I did start the feed without waiting long enough to see if they came in late and again, if you go back and read the feed, I do say that I may have been to impatient. I’ve replied to everyone on here and have updated if I have received one so I do think I’ve “put the work in”. But thanks anyway :+1:

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But it was BGSC

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Thanks! I wanted to check the claim that freetrade allegedly paid it ‘a couple of weeks late’. This stock’s pay date was 2 days ago, so you received it on the same day or a day later…
Be patient, errors are usually made by the user not a well functioning company :wink:

Additional resources about dividend terminology : https://www.dividend.com/dividend-investing-101/dividend-dates/

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Ah, haha your right. Well I feel like an idiot :joy:. How do I delete this conversation.
IF YOU ARE JUST CLICKING ON THIS POST, PLEASE DONT WASTE YOUR TIME READING ANY OF IT. ITS MY MISTAKE AND I SORRY YOU HAD TO READ THIS MESSAGE

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Everyone makes mistakes, if you can admit it you are ahead of the game :+1:

I think there’s a way to mark a thread as solved, that might be the best thing to do with it

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I have US and € stocks in my ISA on my HL account. No dividend issues. The price is just converted to UK ££s.

Yes. You can’t have foreign currency in an ISA. There’s no issues with foreign stocks (except for some from certain exchanges)