Investors with inquiries may contact the Chief Financial Officer at our Executive Offices
Phone: (440) 439-1830
The Company's Common Stock trades on the Pink Sheets. The Company’s Class B Common Stock cannot be traded, but may be converted, at the stockholder's option, into Common Stock on a share-for-share basis and traded at any time, without cost to the stockholder.
The Company has not paid a dividend since 1993, and is restricted from paying dividends by its bank agreement. The Company has not had an Annual Meeting of Stockholders since June 22, 2004.
TRANSFER AGENT & REGISTRAR
For information or assistance regarding individual stock records, transactions or stock certificates, contact:
Computershare Investor Services
800-622-6757 (US, Canada and Puerto Rico)
Shareholder correspondence should be mailed to:
*Through May 31, 2017
P.O. BOX 30170
College Station, TX 77842-3170
*Starting June 1, 2017
P.O. BOX 505000
Louisville, KY 40233
*Overnight Starting June 1, 2017
462 South 4th Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Shareholder online inquiries:
FINANCIAL INFORMATION AND OTHER REPORTS
As a result of the completion of the "going private" transaction in June 2004, the Company no longer provides periodic financial information and does not file such information with the SEC.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where is Waxman stock traded and what is the ticker symbol?
Waxman's stockholders voted in favor of a transaction that reduced its shareholder number below 300, and the Company delisted itself from the OTC -- BB on June 23, 2004. The Company is a non-reporting company and no longer is registered with the SEC as a public company. Until that date, Waxman stock was traded on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board Exchange under the symbol WAXM. Waxman stock may trade on the Pink Sheets under the symbol WXMN.PK.
When did Waxman incorporate, and when did it go public?
Waxman began operating in 1934 as Waxman Plumbing Supply Co., but became incorporated under its current structure in Delaware on October 1989, as Waxman Industries, Inc. In 1971, Waxman made its initial public offering.
When does Waxman's fiscal year end?
Waxman's year end is June 30.
Does Waxman pay dividends?
Waxman has not paid a dividend since 1993.
When are quarterly earnings released?
The Company is no longer required to provide financial information or other financial literature.
How do I get a copy of your Annual Report or Other Financial Literature?
The Company only provides financial information to shareholders upon written request, and requires the shareholder to sign a Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement. Shareholders receiving such information may be restricted from trading their stock as a result of receiving non-public information and should consult with their legal counsel.
Who audits Waxman?
Meaden & Moore, Ltd. in Cleveland, Ohio audits the Company.
How do I transfer my shares, change my address, verify the number of shares I currently own, or contact if I lose a certificate?
Contact: Computershare, Investor Shareholder Services at 1-800-622-6757.