My TD account has neither stock or warrants listed yet for the over-subscription shares, just an "n/a" with 1883 next to it, an amount that ties to the cash difference they returned x $2.50. TD's taken a few days to sort out this kind of thing before, I'm not going to inquire unless it doesn't change by late next week.
I have another "n/a" in my account, for 500 Mirant shares I bought in bankruptcy and later sold. There was a lawsuit pending and they left that as a marker, then someone forgot to remove it from the system, I guess. No matter.
Im showing my allotted shares and warrants plus 10% of my allotment in over-subscribed shares and warrants. I tried to get way more, my money is already clear and back in my account. I would have thought TD would be more "on the ball" than Merril. Be cool and expect to get 10% more than your original allotment (if you over subscribed for that much).