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  • discreet_suffolk discreet_suffolk Aug 9, 2013 5:06 PM Flag

    LOL what a joke law firm... atempt to get more shares. BRONSTEIN, Gewirts and Grossman is a SCAM

    LOL what a joke law firm... atempt to get more shares. BRONSTEIN, Gewirts and Grossman is a SCAM

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    • In general, lawyers are over supply. Their business scope are down, very few IPO, very few funding. The only thing they are trying to do is filing law suit against any company miss the earning and stock drop.
      I'm experience many times like this (I am extremely dumb buying the #$%$ stocks). In general, if the law firm win the case, say they got 10 millions dollar, the long (stock holder) will get a check between $2 (no type) to $100. Then the stock drops, say $1. So, if you own 1000 share, long will loss $1000 by gaining $100. Is it worth?
      So, now, when I receive the form to sign from law firm, I simply just tear it off.
      If the law firm can not get enough signed form, I don't think they can go to court with merit.
      Short can not sign the form since they NEVER own the stock.

      All we long need to do just tear it off.

      Have a great night sleep!

    • more like touting for business on a street corner. well if they are serious then they should name the mcp shareholders they are representing. barring that it's ' a phishing' exercise

    • If you dont want to lose money keep your money in the bank, if you want to invest then there are certain risks you must learn about

    • NOTE the language used. They are INVESTIGATING, If they knew anything there would be ACTUAL FILES CHARGED AGAINES MCP....

      Good luck

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