Sorry but as predicted LOND is down again. I apologise for giving you that brief relief when it rallied earlier. I have lost count of the % loss and it seems you have run from the hills from the board. Amazing how you ramped it with hundreds of posts and then nothing.
I'm sure of one thing. NOBDOY LISTENS TO A WORD YOU SAY, YOUR A FRAUD . IMHO
on final mercator admin dividend then we have imminent news on slm samples, itogon drilling, resignation of FH (mgr admin) and final release of mercator from admin. then we eagerly await news of how ecr will use the tax credit. all of this should be with us this month
you are of course (choosing to) miss(ing) the point
of course all businesses have business cards, but please show me one that has been in administration for something like 8 years where they suddenly decide to print new ones! why would you waste the money?
Thanks for posting that. As I said, just about every business has business cards printed. How many of them are worth investing in? I don't see the business card issue as having any weight as far as the SP is concerned ... anymore than ECR ordering another box of paperclips or a new toner cartridge but thanks for posting it all the same. If I remember correctly, around the time this photo of the card was posted and publicised on BBs like this one, there was a bit of a kerfuffle and the photo was taken down from a site or two. The history will be in the archives.
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