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  • abrahamabbe abrahamabbe Feb 8, 2013 2:27 PM Flag

    CANCEL THOSE FEES YOU PAY BECAUSE HERE ON YAHOO THEY DO NOT CHARGE!!!

    In my opinion, we should all stop at that HUB place and simply CANCEL the outrageous FEE they charge! Why should we pay to have our posts deleted!?

    I am really so glad that KATX started to perk up this week.
    I am also very encouraged to post here on YAHOO FINANCE!!!
    Why?
    Because here on Yahoo I don't pay any FEE!!! Yahoo allows me to speak freely and to post as long as I don’t curse and my posts are relevant and sensible!
    On that HUB place, they want me to pay them. Then, after I pay their FEE, they delete what I say many times, even it was relevant and sensible.
    Why should I pay someone to have a BIAS towards me?
    That's why I stopped paying them. I did it. Now, it's your turn!
    CANCEL that HUB place's FEE!
    If you don't, they will take the money. Then they will delete what you say and even ban you if they feel like it, after they already collected your FEE.
    Since May, 2012, they deleted 112 posts that I wrote, and they also banned me and told me I could only post one time a day, even though the FEE i paid them was for posting as many times as I wanted!
    Yahoo Finance is the best place for me and others who don't want to go back to the third grade and be disciplined by the teacher because I raised my hand in class, BUT it wasn't the way the teacher wanted me to raise it! That's how I feel when I go to that boad over there at the HUB place. But here, it's FREE and FAIR and there is no FEE!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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