FAQ Archive

What is the Company’s strategy to increase shareholder value?

Since 2012 the Company has become a fully reporting SEC Company, the shares are now DTC eligible, a reverse split has been effected and management has participated in a US road show to meet potential investors. All these endeavours are aimed at improving shareholder value. Please see our latest press releases at www.leatt-corp.com and 2013 Investors Presentation at http://www.leatt-corp.com/uploads/LeattInvestorPresentation2013.pdf.

What new products does the Company plan to introduce?

The Company plans to launch a variety of products this year including new body armour (hard shell and soft-shell protectors), as well as new neck braces. The Company’s research and development team is also working on other products which we expect to introduce in the near term.

Please see the Company’s latest press releases on our corporate website at www.leatt-corp.com and 2013 Investors Presentation at
http://www.leatt-corp.com/uploads/LeattInvestorPresentation2013.pdf

How many distributors does Leatt have worldwide?

The Company sells its products through approximately 60 distributors worldwide. The Company distributes directly to retailers in South Africa through its South African branch and directly to retailers in United States through its subsidiary Two Eleven Distribution, LLC.

Where can I find the Company’s financial information?

Please see our Financials section: Click here

How do I make sure the Company has my correct address?

Kindly contact the Company’s transfer agent to ensure that they have your current address:

Interwest Transfer Company, Inc.
1981 Murray Holladay Road, Suite 100
Salt Lake City, UT 84117
Postal: P.O. Box 17136
Salt Lake City, UT 84117
Phone: (801)272-9294
Fax: (801)277-3147

How do I make my stock certificate ready to sell?

You can take/send your certificate to a licensed broker-dealer, who will verify it, perform the necessary due diligence and then digitize the certificate for easy sale when you wish to trade the shares. A licensed broker-dealer or a brokerage firm should be able to assist and advise you. You can check the FINRA database to find a broker in good standing: http://brokercheck.finra.org/Search/Search.aspx

What do I do if I lose my share certificate or damage my share certificate?

Kindly contact the Company’s Transfer Agent directly for assistance, their details are as follows:
Interwest Transfer Company, Inc.
1981 Murray Holladay Road, Suite 100
Salt Lake City, UT 84117
Postal: P.O. Box 17136
Salt Lake City, UT 84117
Phone: (801)272-9294
Fax: (801)277-3147

I would appreciate it if you could direct me to someone who can help me with advice on what I should do with these shares?

A licensed broker-dealer or a brokerage firm should be able to assist and advise you. You can check the FINRA database to find a broker in good standing: http://brokercheck.finra.org/Search/Search.aspx