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Swisher Hygiene Inc. Message Board

  • pmdkia pmdkia Mar 8, 2013 1:14 PM Flag


    If the SEC, Tronto stock exchange and the Nasdaq have not delisted swsh they have some real good evidence that they will regain compliance. There are certain rules under the delist Reg that companys that cannot prove that errors were commited and not fraud can remain listed under watchful eye of the agencys. SWSH has held meetings with SEC and Toronto and has shown that fraud, is not the issue here. They SWSH has given them enought information to satify there concern. If SWSH knowingly has given them inaccurate heaven help them. SWSH is a company coming back from a stupid mistake and have shown the agencys with backup that they will not go BK, have enougth cash and are not stalling for time or trying to cover up a fraud. I for one Iam long and have plenty of skin in this SWSH. Iam a risk taker and believe given time they, (SWSH) will come out well. Just remember if the agency are letting SWSH off ez and for some reason this shows up and there was miss information causes losses to share holder by the SEC not doing there job a class action suit will be in good order. They the SEC have made many mistakes in the past I don't think they are willing to protect someone who truely is at risk. I will wait it out as long as it takes. Next Friday we may all know what has been going on, but come win, lose, or draw SWSH will come out of this smelling like Roses. I wish all go luck and ask that this name calling and company hatered stop. Have a good day all see you all Monday AM You see no one loses money until they sell.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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