"We, unlike the barefaced liars and pump & dumpers, do not hide behind lies. We tell it as it is. We are here to make money. It’s called the Stock Market. Any changes on Sefton, could involve bringing in further assets from the Bahamas if the Indonesian deal fails to complete. Assets that we are actively negotiating.That moment may or may not arrive." ============================================================================ I find it very interesting that SUPERSHARE uses the '4 billion barrels number' Just like BMD did here;
"BPC is looking for a partner to raise at least $100 million to drill the country’s first exploration well in about 27 years. It holds five licenses covering more than 4 billion barrels of potential oil resources .." +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
There is no way BMD was bringing to SER BPC's 4 billion barrel 'assets' .
This area is not an asset; its an interesting area which may, or may not have commercial have oil.
What makes BMD completely ridiculous is that BPC was looking for a $100 million dollar partner. SER was never in a position to partner BPC and he knew that. To say they were actively negotiating was outrageous. That man will say anything.
"This was seized upon by supporters of the requistion" said Tom Winnifrith in his November article..
A perfect example is this post made on the LSE BB 30th September 2015 by a regular contributor.
"The process of a change of Nomad for sefton is no different than any other company on the London AIM. To continuously bleat that there is no Nomad when the hand over with the new Nomad as announced in the RNS is under way is a dirty trick aimed at trying to undermine all share holders holding . The fact is TEAM CLEM have a nomad and you and the whole market KNOWS IT ! You are deliberately attempting damage this company and all share holders .You are doing this for your own agenda for personal spite because of your personal vendetta"
A Nominated Adviser. All companies quoted on the stock exchange must have a NOMAD. The NOMAD who did advise SER withdrew their services and the company were unsuccessful in finding a NOMAD who were prepared to act for SER. After the SER NOMAD advised they were withdrawing their services, the company had one month to find a replacement. The company were unsuccessful and the shares were subsequently delisted.
In an article Nov 2015 Tom Winnifrith wrote:
10 November - At the request of convicted armed robber Daniel Levi on behalf of his client, market abuser Chris Oil, S.hare..P.rophets has removed the image linking to Oil's original article, in which he claimed his team would have a Nomad at the Sefton EGM.
Oil categorically claimed that his requisition had the backing of a Nomad. This was seized upon by supporters of the requistion as proof that there was a Nomad and Allenby’s promise to resign if Chambers and Hodges joined the board was irrelevant."..
SUPERSHARE Posts: 499 swifty Fri 23:07 "swifty don't waste your time talking to cyan he is doc ........."
That's not true; i am not DocH. Who are you?
You are the guy that mislead investors with your tall stories. Investors who believed you lost money.
"SUPERSHARE" 30th Sept extract
The fact is TEAM CLEM have a nomad and you and the whole market KNOWS IT ! ..
15th October Don't believe there lies this company has a big future. If it does delist it won't be for long the major players have fare to much invested not to turn thing around. 4 billion barrel assets in Bahamas just waiting in the wings +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Tell everyone about those 4 billion barrels instead of cluttering up the board with your abuse .
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