Jeez Chilston sorry to hear that - I'm sure you were sitting on less than £10k loss not so long back & that was bad enough! ...Nearly £100 grand down on a single AIM share must be close to a record for a PI.
Really hope you get your miracle & recover at least some of that loss elsewhere if not here.
Mastercard won't 'pull out' of Tally because they're not investing anything... Tally is simply buying a service from them & in all likelihood they know little or nothing about Tally and have no reason to care as long as payments are made when due.
BA "I hope you dont put your money in Tally if downloads are under 1000."
If you search for "Tally" on either the android app store or google web search it doesn't come up... you need to search "TallyMoney" for a result... they need to make sure it is easy to find if they are going to get the numbers above a few hundred (I suspect most the current users are Lionsgold shareholders plus a few family/friends who have actively sought it out)... if someone hears about Tally and is interested it has to come near the top in a search for "Tally" imho - this is basic SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and otherwise looks poor/amateurish.
Folk who are currently using Tally are understandably delighted by the gains due to a rise in gold... interested to know how it would affect sentiment to see a similar fall & consequential loss - would they stick with it or withdraw their funds until the next rise?
The thing which I find most concerning is the bit in the terms & conditions that states that Tally Ltd remain the legal owners of the gold and hold it on behalf of customers... this seems to undermine the whole idea of Tally which is that it is simply an intermediary allowing customers to actually own physical gold rather than a string of ones & zeros that represent it.... there seems to be very little, if any, protection if Tally were to disappear & I'm not to sure CP's 'word for it' is much comfort?
I personally do not hold the 'fundamentals are everything' view as credible Pdub and my experience as a trader leads me to believe 'Market Forces' will win out every time. My posts have been sincere and to date proved reliable...
Despite the protestations of certain posters, a healthy market rises and falls regardless of fundamentals. Those invested frequently assume that the highs are 'normal' and any fall is false but it is more often the case that rapid growth in a SP is caused by short term over-enthusiasm (often creating a 'bubble' trading pattern) and the subsequent fall is simply an inevitable market correction.