Consent to electronic delivery of documents
CONSENT TO ELECTRONIC DELIVERY OF DOCUMENTS
Lek Securities Corporation (“LSC”) is an electronic-based broker-dealer providing self-directed brokerage
services. By agreeing to electronic delivery the undersigned (“Customer”) is giving its informed consent to
electronic delivery of all Account Communications (as defined below), other than those Customer has
specifically requested be delivered in paper form. "Account Communications" mean all current and future
Account statements, trade confirmations, notices, disclosures, regulatory communications (including
prospectuses, proxy solicitations and privacy notices) and other information, documents, data and records
regarding the LSC Account(s) and the Service (including amendments to the Customer Agreement and
other agreements between Customer and LSC) delivered or provided to me by LSC, the issuers of the
Securities and/or Other Property in which Customer invests and other parties. Revocation of Consent.
Customer may revoke or restrict consent to electronic delivery of Account
Communications anytime, subject to the terms of this Agreement, by notifying LSC in writing or by phone
of its intention to do so. Customer also has the right to request paper delivery of any Account
Communication that the law requires LSC to provide in paper form. It is understood that if Customer
revokes or restricts consent to electronic delivery of Account Communications or requests paper delivery,
LSC, at its discretion, may charge a reasonable service fee for the delivery of Account Communications
that would otherwise be delivered electronically. Neither the revocation or restriction of consent, or the
request for paper delivery, nor LSC's delivery of paper copies of Account Communications will affect the
legal effectiveness or validity of any electronic communication provided while the consent was in effect. Electronic Delivery System.
Customer agrees that the primary method of LSC's communication will be
by posting information on servers accessible through the LSC Web site. Customer agrees to check the LSC
Web site regularly for up-to-date information to avoid missing time-sensitive information and to notify
LSC immediately by telephone if unable to access the LSC website. Customer can download and save or
print the Account Communications received via electronic delivery for internal record keeping. Customer
will have access through the LSC Web site to confirmations, account statements and information affecting
positions and money balances for at least the current year. Customer will have access to specific
underlying trade data for at least two months. Customer may obtain copies of earlier documents on request.
Customer acknowledges that the Internet is not a secure network and that communications transmitted over the Internet may be accessed by unauthorized or unintended third parties. E-mail notifications sent by LSC will not contain sensitive or confidential customer information, including account numbers and the identity of the security purchased. Due to security risks, Customer will not send any sensitive information, such as account numbers or Passwords, in an unencrypted e-mail.
Customer agrees to promptly and carefully review all Account Communications as and when delivered and
to notify LSC by telephone prior to the opening of the New York Stock Exchange on the business day
immediately succeeding the posting if customer objects, questions or disputes the accuracy of any trade
related posting, or failure by LSC to make such a trade related posting. Customer agrees to notify LSC by
telephone within two business days if customer objects, questions or disputes the accuracy of any non-trade
related posting, or failure by LSC to make such a non-trade related posting. LSC is entitled to treat all
postings as accurate, complete and conclusive unless Customer objects within the above specified time
periods. Duration of Consent.
This consent will be effective immediately and will remain in effect unless and until
either Customer or LSC revokes it. Customer understands that it may take up to three (3) days to process a
revocation of consent to electronic delivery, and Customer may receive electronic notifications in the
Potential costs associated with electronic delivery of Account Communications include charges
from Internet access providers and telephone companies, and such charges are borne by Customer. LSC
does not charge additional online access fees for receiving electronic delivery of Account Communications.
Consent and Representations.
Customer hereby agrees to have carefully read the above information
regarding informed consent and fully understands the implications thereof. Customer hereby agrees to the
conditions outlined above concerning electronic delivery of Account Communications. Customer also
agrees to maintain a valid e-mail address and to continue to have access to the Internet. If Customer’s e-
mail address changes, Customer agrees to immediately notify LSC of the new e-mail address.
Dated: ____________________, 200__ ________________________________ (Legal Entity Name) ________________________________ (Signature) ________________________________ (Print Name) ________________________________ (Title)
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