Ha, probably a better idea, but everyone is different and I'm prepared to argue my point. If it was a hassle I'd move on but I prefer to take stand. I'm arguing mainly against people who only want to hear good news, and numerous people have stated they have filtered me because they don't want to hear negativity (why on earth are they risking their finances in shares which require blind faith?), though funnily enough they seem to unfilter me to see the court papers I post.
because I couldn't be arsed to check out what role PWC had, as I was multi tasking. Now you have explained their role I can answer your question. Sometimes the answers are obvious and not any sinister mind games.
bedex, maybe you should ask the same question to the people on here who troll me. Most of my posts are answering questions/responding to accusations, as opposed to seeking confrontation, like some. Why should I sit idly back and let people post accusations/abuse? Would you really if it was you being targeted by a group just because they didn't like your opinion? In the front room so 2 hawthorn trees, an azalea, a climbing hydrangea, a red car, a black car and some houses opposite. I'm quite calm anyway, if I was stressed by the personal attacks I'd have long since disappeared.
Madp, why would I sue PWC when it was the NOMAD's responsibility to make sure the RNS was accurate? Don't follow the logic there and I can categorically state that I haven't sued PWC neither have I submitted a claim for full payment for my shares bought after the RNSas that would never be a successful claim in my view. I have shares bought before and after the RNS so a relist and a successful outcome is financially good for me. Just not blind to the chances of that happening imo
jme, doesn't sound like that when you read the complaint
Multiple assurances have been given by the Defendants, Orally and in writing, that the Unpaid Invoices will be met. On several occasions in December 2018, they promised to follow-up with their accounts department and that payment would be made. In early 2 ( January 2019, the Defendants suggested that there was a delay with their Georgian oil sales (appatently the principal source of revenue for FRC and FIC) and that full payment of the Unpaid Invoices would be made within a week. Discussions continued throughout January 2019. The Defendants made further promises of payment in the near term.
Gipps, I don't selectively publish negative articles. I publish all articles I come across via the courts which in the main is likely to be negative for one party or the other. If something comes out about YA it's more likely than not to be that they haven't been paid, as otherwise there would be no court paper. Given that Zaza said they would publish information via RNS-Reach, and the YA payment deadline has expired, why do you think there has been no RNS-reach published?
jme, there was a FB post the other day of someone from the Georgian mining club saying there hadn't been any work this year (from memory). I'm not sure why you'd expect people from Georgia to be on social media complaining, most of those jobs are probably short term contract work as companies hire rigs etc so people move around from one job to another. The reason I'm saying money is tight is because they haven't paid their Cayman lawyers and are being sued for $766k in unpaid fees
Ziggy, In the absence of any other credible argument it's good enough (imo) to say 'we know'. Not a single alternative put forward by anyone. Funny how I'm being criticised for being sure of this when the modus operandi of the head in the sand brigade who constantly attack me is to present their rose tinted facts on how the oil is flowing and the majors are on the ground. Not seen any facts there for sure. As with everything on here, everyone can choose to believe anything, everything or nothing. I'm not looking to join any cosy bulletin board gang, just to share and gain information. Odd I know.
Gipps, I don't really have a strong view on whether YA have been paid or not. I'm not sure it tells us much either way. If they had been paid then it doesn't detract from the situation that FRR haven't paid the lawyers so money must still be tight, and if they haven't been paid then it only tells us what we know already that money is tight. No idea how we'd find that out other than through disclosure via the courts.