If any creditor or other party in interest has questions or concerns, please direct your inquiry to the Liquidating Trustee at: [email protected] you are a Holder of an Allowed Unsecured Claim, locate your claim either by clicking on Schedule I to search by Claimant name or by clicking on Schedule II to search by claim number or schedule identification number.
PDF Schedule III is an Unsecured Creditor Recovery Summary that will allow a creditor to determine its actual distribution based on its Plan Class and the Allowed Amount of its Claim.
This schedule lists recovery percentages for (i) the Initial Distribution, (ii) the Second Interim Distribution, (iii) the Third Interim Distribution, and (iv) the Fourth and Final Distribution and (v) a cumulative distribution based on the three (3) interim distributions plus the final distribution combined.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that pursuant to Article 9.
A of the Modified Plan, the Liquidating Trustee made an Initial Distribution to the Holders of Allowed Claims on or before December 31, 2010.
If you did not have an Allowed Claim as of the First or Second Interim Distribution but had an Allowed Claim as of the Third Interim Distribution, you should have received a distribution based on the combined percentages of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Interim Distribution columns in January 2013.
As part of the Fourth and Final Distribution, you will receive a fourth and final distribution based on the recovery percentages listed under the 4th Distribution column.
If, however, you have an Allowed Claim that was not allowed at the time of the Initial Distribution, the Second Interim Distribution, or the Third Interim Distribution, you will now receive a distribution based on the recovery percentages listed under the Cumulative Distribution column.
Pursuant to Article 9(f) of the Plan, any distribution that is less than .00 will be held by the Liquidating Trust for the benefit of the Holder of the Allowed Claim entitled to such distribution.
Simply locate your Plan Class and Allowed Amount of the Claim for Distribution Purposes.