After reading this quote "Implementation of the program was temporarily suspended in accordance with the City of Baltimore's decision to require additional testing and calibration of automated traffic enforcement equipment in order to assure that problems which occurred under the program's previous vendor were effectively addressed"
Why has BFDI been silent all this time? This led me to believe the it was an issue on BFDI's end with calibration or something like that. If it was the previous vendors fault, then why did BFDI not come out and say this right away?
Why don't you give em' a call and ask em'? I'm sure you'll get an apology from them for not keeping you in the loop like you think they should. If the company could just have you calling the shots....heck, we might be at $3 already!
I believe jenreading_91 is a new "real" poster on this message board. I'm sure hopeful200 thought he was responding to the other person who has 5-10 ID's that are clearly the same person and continues bash the stock.
Hopeful - not sure why you are mocking me. I think my question has validity to it. A lot of posters on this board assumed that the delay was due to Brekford with some sort of miscalibration issue. Brekford's silence further gave us an intuition that this was the case. But it turns out that the delay was due to Xerox. So why wouldn't Brekford just come out with a statement like immediatley that than to leave us second guessing all this time until last Friday?