phorm soon asking for more cash on top, its already 346 m dollors raised by investors,still there is no profit for the investors by this company, its just diluted and raise the money and dump all the way,better we can throw the money in the ocean,not in phorm, concentrate other stocksphorm tried 8 markets so far,usa,uk,korea,romania,brazil,turkey,china and imarker in russia? still no profits.......wtf its massive share dilution over 11 years,wr is d 346m.... its gonna cash call again how the hell the bod expecting our support.......
Noted you changed your opinion from "no opinion" to "strong sell" in a week - I presume after reading all these share prophets articles? TBH this website is not usually wrong - look at QPP recently! If they can get more funds - there may be a relief rally - if not, then we know what will happen. Too high risk even for me now!
phorms brazil partner fined?
oh dear, no wonder brazil was de-prioritised hxxp://oglobo.globo.com/economia/defesa-do-consumidor/oi-multada-em-35-milhoes-por-invasao-de-privacidade-feita-por-velox-13348505#ixzz38IWgfsg6 to quote the title as translated by google translate Hi is fined R$ 3.5 million for invasion of privacy made by Velox According to Ministry of Justice, broadband service monitored Navigation User Profile and sold to advertisers so phorms partner got a large fine for the service provided by phorm? so fine in romania, turkey and now brazil? any more in the pipeline?
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