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  • flight_level_350 flight_level_350 Jul 11, 2008 11:09 AM Flag

    At what point do depositors line up for their money?

    I'm not only concerned about the current share price, but about the potential for a small run on this company. Have customers started coming forward asking for their money, yet? If so, the stock price isn't the only problem here.

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    • Is a better short, shorties. Their on the death list.


      crbc is going to live!

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    • Run for the hills dude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      if you have more than $100 grand in a bank you should take it out. That is anything over the 100grand amount.

      take the extra in gold (spanish pieces of 8) , put it in a coffee can and bury it in the back yard, deep baby! Deep......

      make a map ... So you don't forget where you put it. Make copies of the map.

      draw the shades and lock the door, buy a fire arm, and get some canned goods, ..........................

      good luck... God bless america.


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    • After reading your post I can only conclude there is a developmental disability at work.

      1. What false information am I spreading?

      2. I've never brought up anything about "regulatory ratios."

      3. This is the only thread I've posted to in months. I haven't posted anything anywhere else and never mentioned anything about Yahoo's ticker search. You are obviously pointing to the wrong author.

      Maybe you should submit posts after nap time. They'd be a little easier to understand.

    • The york fund buy-in for 11% is a piece of evidence for the survival of crbc. Next week should be very good.

      i can see this back up in the $3 area monday just on the york new.


      the great one.

    • <<"These are my opinions which I am entitled to. Blathering and insulting replies in ALL CAPS will not sway me otherwise.
      "Real" replies only, please.">>

      A "real" reply might be for you to read the company's 6/05/2008 press release and understand that CRBC is well above the government's definition of "well capitalized." I am not surprised you are apparently incapable of such elementary research since in another thread on this board today, you were baffled by the task of figuring out Yahoo's ticker search feature.

      YOUR blather about share price has NOTHING to do with regulatory ratios. The stock could go to $1,000 a share or zero and that wouldn't affect the regulatory ratios. If you are ignorant of what you speak, do not post. If you knowingly spread false information, you should be arrested.

    • Riiiiiiight. Compared to California the rust belt buckle of Flint, Michigan is an economic powerhouse. How could anyone question CRBC and its future? All that has happened is an 87% drop in market cap in a three or four months, liquidation of two HUGE financial juggernauts (IndyMAC and Bears Stearns) due to the toxic waste of subprime, rumors of problems at Lehman, and potential solvency problems with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Why in the world would I be concerned with the security of my money at CRBC?? I must be mad.

      Disclosure: Not long, nor short CRBC. I have accounts at CRBC which I've reduced to below the FDIC coverage threshhold...I am not closing my accounts unless any fallout from the conference call and IndyMAC/Fannie Mae/Freddie MAC issues leave me with no other alternative.

      These are my opinions which I am entitled to. Blathering and insulting replies in ALL CAPS will not sway me otherwise.

      "Real" replies only, please.

    • consumer deposits are insured by the FDIC up to $100k. Suggest be very careful about speculating about such things. Not even a short would be that reckless.

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