@caddd100, did you choose Option 2, shares and warrants?

Under the terms of the Arrangement, Orko shareholders may elect to receive in exchange for each Orko share one of the 3 Options:

0.0815 common shares of Coeur ("Coeur Shares"), CAD$0.70 cash and 0.01118 warrants to purchase Coeur shares ("Coeur Warrants");

0.1118 Coeur Shares and 0.01118 Coeur Warrants, subject to pro-ration as to the number of Coeur Shares if the total number of Coeur Shares elected by Orko shareholders exceeds approximately 11.6 million; or

CAD$2.60 in cash and 0.01118 Coeur Warrants, subject to pro-ration as to the amount of cash if the total cash elected by Orko shareholders exceeds CAD$100 million.

http://www.coeur.com/news/latest-news/2013/02/20/coeur-d-alene-mines-corporation-announces-definitive-agreement-to-acquire-orko-silver-corp-#.UXnZwkrQilt

Now if you received the shares but no warrants…you’ve got a problem with your broker! Everyone gets shares and warrants, and the default choice (Option 1) was $0.70 cash with shares and warrants

Those who chose Option 3 (all cash plus warrants), it was over prescribed, as I predicted here: http://www.stockhouse.com/bullboards/messagedetail.aspx?p=0&m=32433202&l=0&r=0&s=OK&t=LIST

 “the cash consideration alternative was oversubscribed, and pursuant to the proration methodology established under the Arrangement, Orko shareholders who have elected to receive the cash consideration will receive the cash, Coeur Shares and Coeur Warrants as described” here:

Orko shareholders who have elected to receive the cash consideration will receive $0.74 cash, 0.0797 of a Coeur Share and 0.01118 of a Coeur Warrant for each Orko Share held.

http://eon.businesswire.com/news/eon/20130411006313/en