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Intellicheck Mobilisa, Inc. Message Board

  • wiselama wiselama Jul 10, 2014 2:07 PM Flag

    Hospitality conference is laughable empty hype....

    Open your eyes.... take the blinders off...

    Ya think it was a coincidence that the very same day IDN made the proxy filing on the 1 for 10 reverse split they put out that very empty news piece

    You have to learn to stop swallowing meaningless PR.... Restaurant chain buys bar zap... 16 locations... worthless in supporting 40 mil shares and a $30 mil mkt cap...

    TWIC readers at port for oil company.... like how many secure gates do they have... 5-10???? if that.... again worthless

    Hospitality conference.... give me a break... empty

    Remember that any bar that uses IDNs device on any customer must use that device on every customer less they be accused of some form of profiling/discrimination.... let alone those that are scanned are stored in a data base... frightening... I don't want a drink in a place like that

    You can go on and on about this POS... its not even dead money... its circling the drain money and has been for years...

    The one positive of the reverse split is after they reduce the float to next to nothing and the price settles it will be subject to significant pops as the manipulators go to work all over again

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    • What is the incentive? So IDN would give a restaurant or bar the tool to check for fake IDs. But is this really an issue? Even if the ID is fake, the restaurant or bar has no liability so long as they made a good faith look at the ID. This is not a security issue. Indeed, if the ID is fake, the restaurant has the sale.

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