Shareholder Services

PepsiCo offers a variety of shareholder services online for your convenience. Just browse the selections below to find the specific information you're seeking.

Dividend Stock Purchase & Dividend Reinvestment Plan

PepsiCo's Direct Stock Purchase & Dividend Reinvestment Plan, sponsored by Computershare, allows interested investors to purchase shares of PepsiCo stock. Investors can make their initial purchase of PepsiCo stock and additional cash investments through the Plan. The Plan also offers dividend reinvestment and sale of shares. Please contact Computershare at 800-226-0083 or 201-680-6578 for more information. Shares can be purchased online at

Lost/destroyed certificates

Stock certificates are valuable documents and must be protected. You should keep them in a safe place. An alternative is to keep your securities in a book-entry account (Direct Registration Shares - DRS) with Computershare. This will eliminate the risks associated with holding stock certificates. Please contact our transfer agent, Computershare, if you cannot locate your stock certificate(s). Computershare can be reached using any of the methods under Investor Contacts.

Online account access

Registered shareholders can access their accounts online 24 hours a day, seven days a week by visiting

Stock unexchanged into PepsiCo stock

If you believe you have unexchanged shares in a company, which should have been previously exchanged for PepsiCo stock, please contact PepsiCo's Manager of Shareholder Relations at

Transferring stock

Transfer Wizard is a website that allows you as the shareholder or authorized representative of the shareholder to prepare transfer forms online for all or some of the shares in an account. You will need the account number of the registered holder to log in and use Transfer Wizard. At the end of the wizard, you will be given a pre-filled transfer form that you will mail to Computershare. Further instructions are provided in the Transfer Wizard.

Unclaimed property

Avoid your property from being sent over to the State as unclaimed property. Most unclaimed property becomes abandoned as a result of a change of address, a name change, or the death of the owner. Very often the owner is aware of the property but is unaware that it had been declared abandoned and turned over to the State. You can prevent your stocks and dividend payments from being turned over to the State as unclaimed property by updating your address and name changes, immediately cashing checks, and voting your proxy.

Our transfer agent, Computershare, is unable to assist you with claiming property that has been declared abandoned and turned over to the State. The shareholder has to contact the State directly and file a claim.

Electronic Delivery Enrollment

Registered Shareholders

You are a Registered Shareholder if you have your stock certificate in your possession or if the shares are being held with our transfer agent, Computershare.

Enrollment in electronic delivery allows you to receive your shareholder materials online, rather than in the mail. Each time a document is available an email will be sent to you with a link to Investor Centre where you will be required to enter your User ID and Password in order to view your document. This method offers both corporations and their shareholders an easy way to eliminate waste and contribute to the environment in a meaningful and positive manner.

Beneficial Shareholders

You are a Beneficial Shareholder if you maintain your position in the Company within a brokerage account.

Foreign Investors

You are a Foreign Investor if you do not have a US/Canadian Social Security Number or Tax ID associated with your account.

401(K) Participants

You are a 401(k) Participant if you own shares in the PepsiCo 401(k) Plans. If you have any questions regarding electronic delivery enrollment, please contact PepsiCo's Manager of Shareholder Relations at


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