Here's anther one deleted:
Yeah Chris, You read FiduciaryDoozy and my PPHM post on Yahoo going back ten years and realize nearly everything we said was on target. You ignored it all, banned us from iHub, and went bust along with your loyal fans.
You seem unable to process that some past victims of the con might actually feel a duty to stand up for investors and try to stop snake oil salesman. It's no wonder you walked away.
No doubt iHub NWBO board will make this one vanish too:
Chris, Have to tell you I think it's outrageous you'd write four favorable articles on what you now say is a "dirty company", and then just walk away. How will you respond if NW's Plll vanishes too?
...Oh yeah, I forget to include the proper sign off....Good luck to All Shareholders and New Investors" LOL
My system is from 1992 so they probably don't know I'm here. I'm like that guy yelling from the silo "Is anybody still out there? LOL.
Every year since I've been waiting to buy a new computer with my PPHM winnings.
A simple article detailing BOD structure and history would be fascinating to readers. And if those over there truly believe in this "one vote" nonsense that'd be the icing on the cake.
Does St. Peregrine own a tool belt because he's gonna need one.
This is true about Chris but when I asked if he'd write an article if it was learned his pick was a scam, I received nothing but silence.
Through the years 'BioHarm' has connected just about every scientist on the planet to Bavi.
BioHarm...Harming good folks wallets. MD Chris coming in a close second.
Why are they lead so easily? Why do even some naysayers feel it necessary to try to drive this false statement home? That's another big question.
"So basically impossible to get rid of the current BOD because they can vote for themselves. "
"One vote" nonsense surfaces again on the Hub. Why do you people continue to deceive investors?
Ratio ratio, where art thou ratio.
Completely abused, withdrawn, and in shock.
Can't thank you enough. If only Chris and others had listened to you and a few others. Rinse and repeat.
Carlton M. Johnson, Jr. 350,000 (2) 198,038 548,038
David H. Pohl 290,000 (3) 198,038 488,038
Eric S. Swartz 320,000 (4) 198,038 518,038
Should this scenario pan out what will you make of Mr. King and his 5X sales valuation claim?
Invested in a company that's never turned a profit in thirty years and runs the ATM continuously at any price to pay for salaries and bonuses. Simple wealth transfer. Terrible.
"In biotech, the tipping point into bankruptcy isn’t often debt but product failure, says Robert Eisenbach, bankruptcy counsel at the law firm Cooley. And if it’s the only product, whether it’s in the clinic or on the market, there’s often little to do but liquidate."