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scubagallager 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 25, 2014 11:03 AM Member since: Nov 16, 2010
  • scubagallager by scubagallager Jun 25, 2014 11:03 AM Flag

    I come here now every so often cause on Nano is as predictable as the posters on this board. People rant and rave about lack of transparency, lack of financial and still we complain about it. Then you also have the people who can bash no matter what is posted by the company

    Reality is the CEO has no intention of providing anything but silly nonsense PR that possess no relevant information as to the direction or strength of the company. I applauding that he has no interest in helping his investor understand where their investment lays.

    As I see it this is a write off for me at this point. I have no expectation anymore. Other then one day waking up to realize the CEO has run this into the ground.

    So my point is why do we continue to set ourselves up for a let down. FACT there is no intention of the CEO providing anything substantial in terms of updates. The only thing I will say or recommend is we start an email and snail mail campaign to flood their in boxes with continued request for some type of shareholder updates. Or get together as a collective and hire legal representation to force thee hand of the CEO

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    4/30/2013

    by omarhatesyou Apr 25, 2014 5:40 PM
    scubagallager scubagallager Apr 29, 2014 9:22 AM Flag

    To be honest there wasnt a lot of good new info in that. Most info was from the past that was already reported on.

    If the case is that they have entered into agreements, are having some sales and etc. Why only these stupid updates.

    DO A CONFERENCE CALL UPDATE GEEZ ALREADY.

    Same ole S4!T

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