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|Many thanks for your replies everybody, basically confirming what I suspected.
Was suspicious of an evening call from America and a pretty basic looking website.|
|They hunt in packs targeting the weak and gullible. I reckon CMR's shareholder list has a prominent position in all scammers offices :)|
|Are you suggesting it takes one scammer to recognise another????
|Quote - Mine57 "it's a scam"
Me - Bite one's tongue!!|
|it is a scam|
|IKD - probably a scam ....a bit like having shares in this dog.|
|Did they ask for your credit card number?|
|Help please - I've had a telephone approach from a company offering $1.33 per share as compensation for CMR.
They've sent me a Notice of Default stating that the company will no longer be a viable trading company after 14th Oct, and that shares would become valueless from that day.
"The consequences of declining said offer will leave the shareholder with no legal ownership of said equity".
Advice very welcome|
|Just prowling as usual .
I note that the share price of Glencore has risen 39% since Brexit vote .
I draw no conclusions from that fact .
I welcome opinions .
( Not on Blackburn Rovers ! - we are sh*te I know ) !|
|The Copper price has gone up this year to $4800 per tonne.
Zinc price is nearing $2500 per tonne. Start of the year it was $1500.
I wonder what Glencore are going to do with Valverde if prices continue to rise. It's a big prospect. Glencore should give CMR a free carry on their 20% if Valverde is worth it. Or at least allow CMR to pay them back once production starts.|
|2015 December results at website. Not exactly cheerful and almost everything now given away as payment plus a load of shares which may not have a real value without a buyer.|
"If something is dead in the water, it has failed and it seems impossible that it will be successful in the future:"|
|It's all about boys and there toys I believe, and some enjoy holes in the ground
and others cannot get out of holes to see above ground, although the term is dead and buried or similar..........but!!!!!!! not dead yet.|
|I think we are expected to assume the Chairman's report published 5 weeks ago in the AR is the latest update of his blog.
Masa Valverde looks dead in the water unless finance is found to keep the JV with Glencore on track.
Romerita also looks dead in the water unless finance is found and/or a JV partner to move project forward.
The Company is hanging on by its fingernails. Rabbit out a hat needed. Been some saga this has. I see Burton has been appointed back onto the Board having retired. Raised eyebrows doesn't begin to cover it...........|
|Now 6 months since the Chairman's blog update so must be a further update
due? otherwise may as well wrap up and forget, I retired 12 years ago so
time running out with promise's promise's etc.|
|Oh my... When will people see this is a cash cow for all those involved. Been the same for years. Its amazing how they get away with it is my view, but hey, Im very burned, and learned. She will never relist, and even if she did it would only then benefit others, not longstanding shareholders who lost everything.|
|I note from the recently published accounts that Burton is still an executive Director of the Company. When was he re-instated? Was there ever any announcement? Shareholder vote? What a way to run a railroad!!
"Cambridge Mineral Resources plc (“CMR” or “the Company”), the mining exploration and development company, announces that Mr Michael Burton, the Managing Director of the Company, will be standing down from the Board following the conclusion of the forthcoming AGM on November 18th 2015 due to retirement."|