In accordance with the Plan and your ballot, if you “contributed” your claims, your Net Note Claim or Net Unit Claim was multiplied by 105% before being converted to Liquidation Trust Interests.
As an example, a Noteholder with $300 of Net Note Claims who did not contribute claims would have received four (4) Class A Liquidation Trust Interests ($300 / $75 = 4) and, on account of such Class A Liquidation Trust Interests, would have received $15 (4 * $3.75 = $15).
By contrast, a Noteholder with $300 of Net Note Claims who did contribute claims would have first had such claimant’s $300 Net Note Claim multiplied by 105%, for an enhanced Net Note Claim of $315. The enhanced $315 Net Note Claim would then have been converted to 4.2 Class A Liquidation Trust Interests ($315 / $75 = 4.2) and, on account of such Class A Liquidation Trust Interests, would have received $15.75 (4.2 * $3.75 = $15.75). That Noteholder would have received approximately $43.55, in the aggregate, from the three distributions (as opposed to $41.48 received by a Noteholder who did not contribute such Noteholder’s claims).