This excerpt taken from the FZN DEF 14A filed Aug 7, 2009.
What if I hold fewer than 5,000 shares of Common Stock and hold all of my shares in street name?
If you hold fewer than 5,000 shares of our Common Stock in street name, your broker, bank or other nominee is considered the stockholder of record with respect to those shares and not you. It is possible that the bank, broker or other nominee also holds shares for other beneficial owners of our Common Stock and that it may hold 5,000 or more total shares. Therefore, depending upon their procedures, they may not be obligated to treat the Reverse Stock Split as affecting beneficial holders shares. It is our desire to treat stockholders holding fewer than 5,000 shares of our Common Stock in street name through a nominee (such as a bank or broker) in the same manner as stockholders whose shares are registered in their name. However, we or our transfer agent, Continental, may not have the necessary information to compare your record holdings with any shares that you may hold in street name in a brokerage account and these banks, brokers and other nominees may have different procedures for processing the Reverse Stock Split. Accordingly, if you hold your shares of our Common Stock in street name, we encourage you to contact your bank, broker or other nominee.