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Metalico Inc. Message Board

  • biff_smith1 biff_smith1 Mar 29, 2013 3:53 PM Flag

    ACCESSING THE MEA WEBSITE... (PROBLEMS)

    I was not able to get anything to work on the Metalico Web Site using Google Chrome so I called the company
    and their tech guy called me back with help.

    He suggested I try another browser so I opened Firefox and everything works great with that.
    Just thought I would mention it if anyone is having the same difficulty.

    Biff

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    • I actually tried this with Google Chrome and it works fine. I also tried it with all of the other browsers as well and it works perfectly. Could just be an issue with biff_smith1's Google Chrome browser. Website works perfectly.

      • 2 Replies to nyrlisa35
      • Nyrlisa, thanks for the civil reply. I am fine with the Firefox browser and I have Safari, which I haven't tried yet. But I can't use Google Chrome at the MEA web site.
        I have an Apple iMac; got it in December and it's new to me, but it's a dandy!

        Good luck,
        Biff

        Sentiment: Hold

      • Who gives a rat's #$%$ if Metalico's web site is or isn't working. All you need to know is that the neither company nor it's stock price is . . . working. Management is overpaid and their management skills are abysmal. Management should show some leadership by taking a severe pay cut and putting this piece of junk on the market for sale, since that is the only way that we will see any value in the PPS. On the other hand, if management had any confidence in their own company, why not buy MEA stock at today's "discounted" price. Apparently, they don't have any such confidence.

 
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