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Thanks for your response it was nice of you to reply.
|It sounds like another boiler room HondaCR93, you can tell because (a) they're not a UK authorised firm (b) they're calling you up and selling you shares with inflated promises.|
|I may well have fallen for the same scam following purchase of HCR Shares albeit from a different source. I purchased mine from a company called Anderson McCormack (John Whetstone) before the shares were suspended. I cannot find any info on this company via the FSA web. This copany have also offered me shares in Simba Mines;Netgate and last week the Australian Forest Industries.
Is this another set up where one should keep ones money in the bank?|
Had a few good days with info from there.|
|The many boiler rooms base themselves in Spain because apparently they do not need to be authorised by the Spanish FSA to give "advice", what that means is that you are meant to be handed over to somebody else to actually implement the trade who is not based in Spain. Suggest that you let the FSA know using this form:
We keep track of the boiler rooms in general over here:
|I have been stupid enough to "invest" quite a lot of money with this pair-- Price Stone Group & Globe Trade Services through the same "Shaun Logan".I fear I've probably lost the lot or most of it.Is there no Spanish regulatory body who could stop them??|
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The LSE is, therefore, proposing that a new Rule 8 be inserted into the AIMRules specifically tailored for investing companies, under which:
the admission of an applicant, which is an investing company, will be conditional on it raising at least £3 million in cash via an equity fundraising on, or immediately before, admission; qan investing company must within 12 months of its admission, make an acquisition or acquisitions which, in aggregate, exceed 50% in each of the relevant class tests (disregarding any interest in another investing company); and an AIM company which becomes an investing company must, within twelve months of becoming an investing company, make an acquisition or acquisitions which constitute a reverse takeover.
It is proposed that if the investing company does not make the necessary acquisitions within the prescribed twelve month period its AIM securities will be automatically suspended. The suspended securities will only be restored to trading if the company makes a requisite acquisition within six months following suspension. Failure to make a requisite admission within six months from its suspension will result in the LSE cancelling admission.|
|what going on here today??|
|Boiler room trick developing at CIR I suspect...|
|Most likely all the boiler rooms scums are out. We should see stability in share price now. The only asset this comapan has is CEO. I think he'll pull a good deal whenever it will become psossible. He he was to look for anyknid of deal then he would have struck it now.|
|It depends Badhshah, in particular it depends on how many people that Price Stone have scammed over the last few months. I would expect that a material number of the warrants will be exercised in order that shares can first be delivered to Price Stone for Price Stone to then deliver to the people that they've conned.
The very exercise of the warrants (at 2p per share) will increase the cash reserves of the company and increase the value of the company as a whole. That increase in value will be spread across all shares, hence the price should increase from where it was before suspension (but not to 2p). Until you know how many people have been connned though you can't work out the numbers.|
|Is this the end of slide or is it going down sub 1p. 400,000 trade seems a buy.|
|tony - Many thanks for that.
They aren't ones that have crossed my radar but I'll possibly have a squint at them when I get a moment.
- the ones I can remember are :-
- RTGV - Nasdaq listing.
- GWGO - Great Western Gold
and of course HCR.
All the dealers in the BB`s sound as though they are the same person - perhaps they are !!!
|tony - have you had any other stocks recommended by them?
It's always useful to know what stocks are being given "the treatment"...
|Bought @ 0.025. Sold @ 0.029 - Just made it.
I was recommended this share initially from the BB Eagle Star as a "dead cert".
I did not buy through them but thought there was something in the recommendation.
Therefore I bought through my own broker and managed to get out just in time . PHEW!
Lesson - Do not buy through a Boiler Rroom. Do your own research.
Although I must admit that listening to the "barrow boys" in the Boiler Rooms is good entertainment and good sport - just don`t act through them.|
|Jakenife, these illegal boiler romms are indeed very bad and I'll say nobody should invest through these companies. If one wants to buy shares then he/she should get their own broker and invest through it.
Jakenife, I really like people like you because you give all sorts of warnings to immature investors so that they should consider all aspects of investing not just jump on the band wagon blindly.
I think the CEO of these company seems to be genuine and has intention taking into consideration of shareholders benefit. If he was another cowbow then he would have struck any kind of deal which would've benefitted just him and not the shareholders at large. I hope whenever he's able to make an acquisition, it's going to be a good deal.|
|Maybe so Badhshah but those people who have been suckered in with false promises from the illegal boiler rooms are screwed.
We will have to wait and see if this kind of activity is a regular occurence with the people connected to this company.|
|This ceo is not messing about. He didn't like the deal and walked out. He could have struck a rubbish deal and shaft the shareholders but he didn't. He seems a sincere man. The investers have another chance to top up.|
|2 February 2006
Healthcare Holdings Plc ('Healthcare' or 'the Company')
Statement Re suspension
Further to the Company's announcement on 2 December 2005, which stated that
Healthcare was in early stage discussions which may or may not have lead to an
acquisition of a company which would constitute a reverse under the AIM Rules,
the Company announces that such discussions have terminated and the directors
of the Company have decided not to pursue the proposed acquisition.
Accordingly, the directors of Healthcare have requested that the suspension of
trading in its ordinary shares on AIM be lifted.
In accordance with its strategy, the Company continues to seek suitable targets
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But how does the Spanish based company get the inside information that a placing at 2p or whatever is going to happen? And how exactly do they "ramp it up"? Are you saying the (UK based) market makers and even the company itself is involved in this alledged scam?
EB - Have you forgotten RSV, already??
All IMHO, DYOR etc.|
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