Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
I-mate Plc LSE:IMTE London Ordinary Share GB00B0J0C046 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.12p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 0.14

I-mate Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/10/2011
06:39
why is this getting a quote today? back from the dead... or computer glitch?
andrbea
14/10/2011
21:47
Shares have been deemed worthless!
ned
18/2/2011
18:18
The End was a wonderful track though.
arthurly
30/5/2010
14:29
The chart has relisted?
ned
14/2/2010
14:26
Is IMTE officially wound up for CGT purposes (i.e. can you offset the loss yet against profits made elsewhere?)
pelleeds1980
12/2/2010
19:46
Looks like our Jim is honest as the day is long............ http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/2010/01/24/exclusive-phone-boss-facing-20m-divorce-after-love-cheat-claims-86908-21991409/ "He claims he lost £6million following the crash of his firm, and has now set up a new company." His new company owes us money for the shares bought in his previous outfit.
dreamsurfer141
05/10/2009
10:23
I should have googled him before I invested, he looks like a tit
pelleeds1980
05/10/2009
10:20
Sounds like there was a crook in the business!
ned
05/10/2009
09:23
Incredible - don't really believe it however, I think there is more to this. Bit convenient that the cash pile is gone whilst Jim was in America and he is now back in Scotland, but is not persuing the chap who apparently brough imate down: http://www.arabianbusiness.com/569086-jimmy-no-mates
dreamsurfer141
17/9/2009
15:38
aggh well written this off a while ago, we got shafted eh
pelleeds1980
17/9/2009
15:37
oh dear, that's the end of that then
dreamsurfer141
17/9/2009
15:26
http://www.engadget.com/2009/09/17/r-i-p-i-mate-we-barely-knew-ye/
currypata kai
21/8/2009
13:34
Chased twice, no reply, my last chase asked if anyone still worked there...
dreamsurfer141
22/7/2009
12:01
Emailed them yesterday morning... Still awaiting a reply.
dreamsurfer141
21/7/2009
08:45
tiltonboy, that "somebody" is the CEO and perhaps "fairer price" would have been a better phrase :O) Listing with JP Jenkins is clutching at straws but at least it'll provide an easier matching service - not that I've ever used it. It's the cash pile I'm interested in. Without it, fair(er) price or not, I fear the company won't survive. The latest release of the robust 810-F was a good step. I wonder how many have been sold...
dreamsurfer141
21/7/2009
05:55
Listing with J P Jenkins won't give a fair price; all Jenkins does is match buyer and seller at a price. That is what the company will do. If 0.1p is all somebody is willing to pay, then that is the price. If people feel that strongly about it, tell the company you will pay more than the founder is willing to pay. The company is still required to issue annual accounts.
tiltonboy
20/7/2009
21:54
Hmmm well you can't feel anything other than infuriated by their reply! By offering a bid at that price then he is valuing the company at ridiculously low levels and taking advantage of a situation he created. I've been meaning to ask them to list with JP Jenkins - I believe the cost is around 5k a year and would at least you would get a fair price and there would be an opportunity for them to report some figures. I'll do that tomorrow and let you have a reply. Do we have any rights to seeing the accounts?
dreamsurfer141
20/7/2009
19:27
I wrote an email to europe@imate.com with a simple question :- " Are the shares that I own in I-Mate worth anything ?" I received a prompt reply from a Catherine Feechan. Partner. cfeechan@biggartbaillie.co.uk i-mate have passed your question regarding sale to share on to me as their legal advisor. Mr Morrison the founder of the company may be prepared to purchase your shares at .1p per share.If that would be of interest to you please let me know. You are of course free to sell to any other potential buyer at whatever price you are able to agree with them and a stock transfer from giving details of the transfer should then be sent to me so the records of the company can be updated. I am humbled by his generosity. I am amazed at her English. Biggart Baillie LLP is incorporated in Scotland. Address :- Dalmore House, 310 St. Vincent Street. Glasgow. G2 5QR.
fmc
15/7/2009
06:00
dreamsurfer141 Thanks for taking the time to reply. Yes, my eyes lit up when I saw 22p and obviously scrambled my brain initialy. I will support any campaign to get us a market. In the meantime, I-Mate does seem to be still very much alive. I can not believe what takes place on AIM and will be far more careful in future !
fmc
14/7/2009
22:37
FMC - If someone offerred me 22p a share I would take their arm off! I've just started reading The UK Traders Bible and right at the beginning of the book it mentions a service by JP Jenkins (http://www.jpjenkins.ltd.uk/) who offer a matched bargaining service for delisted companies. Could we bombard i-mate with emails requesting that they "list" with this service...? It's either that or we wait for them to re-list or some we get a Private Equity deal...
dreamsurfer141
14/7/2009
16:20
It always pays to look again at a subject. Sorry. I saw that the page was dated 14/7/2009 but failed to notice that that word "today" at the bottom of the article refrred to the date of the article 13/02/2008.
fmc
14/7/2009
16:04
I hold 6000 Shares bought through Halifax. If you go to www.growthcompany.co.uk.news/281856/aussie-deal-for-imate.thtml it seems that IMTE might be worth 22p. I had written them off as a total loss. It would be great to get anything back. If anyone knows a way to get out of these with some cash please let us know. Since they were de-listed Halifax have done nothing to help. A disgrace I think.
fmc
14/6/2009
06:56
http://www.arabianbusiness.com/538806-i-mate-not-going-under-ceo-says "Morrison said he would look to list I-Mate again in the future, but was more likely to do so in Dubai rather than London."
ned
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