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Sonde Resources Corp. Message Board

benmare75 3 posts  |  Last Activity: 16 hours ago Member since: Feb 23, 2009
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  • Reply to

    Todays Dump

    by berrrrp 18 hours ago
    benmare75 benmare75 16 hours ago Flag

    SOQ is just a gamble. So, I would say a gambler.

  • benmare75 by benmare75 Aug 17, 2014 11:01 AM Flag

    Sonde is still talking with companies regarding Lybia/Tunisia. It's been 3 years now that Sonde has been talking with companies regarding that project. While nothing happened, management and board made some serious money. Toufic, is the latest CEO at a $600K/year price tag for a company that has a$19MM market cap. You would think that if the Lybia project was somewhat interesting, "someone", would buy straight out Sonde. Give the shareholders .50c per share and I am sure the vast majority of them would be grateful to get out this #$%$, but nope, it ain't gonna happen. I wonder why?

  • Reply to

    move to houston

    by alr Jun 22, 2014 9:54 PM
    benmare75 benmare75 Jul 5, 2014 9:08 PM Flag

    Those guys have absolutely NOTHING. The different "management" have been talking to "several companies" over the years and nothing happened. Nassif the new "CEO" gets paid 600K this year and Kurt Nelson is back.........Oh boy, Kurt is back and it is not going to be cheap! Why all of that for, since the board has hired a consulting firm to find a partner and SOQ has no revenues? SOQ is just a scam and the board and management are making big salaries and get big compensation at shareholders expenses. When the money will run out, then the board will tell the shareholders that they are out of luck :)

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