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trgsam 27 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 22, 2014 10:07 PM Member since: Oct 24, 2008
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  • trgsam by trgsam Nov 22, 2014 10:07 PM Flag

    Call any of the brokers I listed below. Call Robert .meyer or Samuel Mangel or
    Robert
    Haynie or James Nutt or Reid Buerger or Sam .katz in Florida
    M stop whining and grab your Bulls by the horns and do something about your predicaments because n in else will. I retired frm this industry nearly ,, 3 years ago having made enough money for me, my family, and my grandchildren forever. Now pick up yr phones and call the likes of
    Sam Katz, Ribert Haynie,mJim Nutts, any broker at LIS or Advancec or
    Rumson. They all know everthng!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Again I continue to ask, why isn't anyone questioning the few remaining or retired life settle,mets brokers who might have had dealings with these crooks.l IMHO.mhere are a list of just a few that I recall:
    Jim Nutt and Robert .hainey of Life Insurance Exhaange in Florida
    Advanced Settlements of Orlamdo FL. I believe there are also 3 main principles there.
    Both of these groups came out of a company called Medical Escrow Society whose principal backer went to prison for life. How name is Joel Steinger. He used to brag to everyone as to how he put these two groups into business and helped them set up LPHI. Again, any scent attorney can break this crack wide open.
    Then there's:
    Bruce Burns in Chicago
    Sam Mamgel and Robert Meyer of Rumson Capital in
    Philly ( althghni think they nth retired).
    Trinity brokers and Stuart ..... Another broker in S Florida. Each of these people all had some dealings with LPHI, some much more than others. Try to find the guy who knows pardon well but had enough common sense to stay away from him. I know of at least ..3 on this list. They can help you find the ghosts in the closets.
    Please trust me, I was a major broker in this space fr nearly .15 years and made more money than I could ever spend.i sold out a few years ago and sleep very well know. If you happen to call me, have a lot of the to speak. Best of luck!

  • Where is Jack and are hands still shaking after pressing the "buy" key at $2?????

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Could we see that??? I truly hope so. It's funny watching Pardo's wealth drop so quickly IMHO

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • I'm really confused about how this site treats comments. How could anyone give a "thumbs down" to truthful comments? Are the touters still hoping for a miracle? How could anyone give a "thumbs down" to any rational comment on this site???

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    $1.25 this week

    by trgsam Nov 13, 2014 2:23 PM
    trgsam trgsam Nov 17, 2014 1:04 PM Flag

    I was wrong! I'm thinking we will see $1 this week!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Who thinks we will see a dollar and a quarter this week for a close price??? That would be $1.25. Teevee, I hope you didn't buy too much at $2.00!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • 100k shares traded. Stock down by nearly 10 cents. what's up today????
    Having been in this industry for nearly 15 years, literally since the beginning, I love to see a firm like this finally get what they deserve..IMHO

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • At the current rate of loss, 3 cents/day, this company has about 52 business days left. I also believe once it drops below $10/share it becomes de-listed and becomes a "penny stock" listed only on the "pink sheets" As I'm not a lawyer or broker, I might be wrong, but doubt by much. I spoke with a very good friend at Vanguard today. I think they owned a small piece last quarter, and while he wouldn't disclose their current position, he did say it was "negligible if any". I'm unsure why a law firm would only accept clients who invested 250k when a true class should include all owners of this stock as of a date certain.
    I'm sorry if people got burned, but come on upi all had plenty of time to exit and just kept drinking the "juice".
    In any case, I think by 12/31, this stock is not only on the pink sheets, but likely less than their annual dividend.
    Come on Brian, declare another dividend. Why not keep screwing everyone...IMHO!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • So any guesses as to which funds are desperately trying to dump their shares this week? With every other insurer hitting record highs, isn't this a perfect time to get rid of the #$%$? Again, all IMHO, but I do believe I'm right on.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Todays trades

    by trgsam Nov 3, 2014 2:52 PM
    trgsam trgsam Nov 5, 2014 1:40 PM Flag

    Who is trading this stock? Who is trading 20k+ in shares/day and more important, WHY?????

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • I'm loving this. the stock opened up nearly 8 cents on about 5k shares traded. It then continued its precipitous drop to what will soon be zero! But who is CRAZY enough to be bidding this company up, or is it just another Pardo shill..IMHO????

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Where did all the money go?

    by canyonsman Oct 29, 2014 5:26 PM
    trgsam trgsam Oct 29, 2014 7:39 PM Flag

    I sorry but I find this to be totally ludicrous! While I haven't been in this business for years, I knew enough about these goof balls when I was involved. They were then".go to" buyers when any other credible buyer wither wouldn't buy or wanted to limit the brokers comp. again, as I never dI'd business with them, because of our own morals and concerns, everyone in the industry knew about Pardo and his crew, IMHO. Come on, it's been years of people crying or complaining. It's clear no one wants to investigate them with any clarity. After so many years of dividends, and the Pardo family raping their investors, if a shareholder or regulator doesn't want to pursue this, why should we as pundits?? Again all IMHO

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • trgsam trgsam Oct 27, 2014 6:27 PM Flag

    Are you so naive? How can you continue being rated by this group of frauds? Sure, IMHO this is the epitome of a shell game or ponzu scheme. The difference is you're dealing with unsophisticated investors like yourself and are all willing to turn a blind eye. Parma and his family will continue to rape this firm until he's either in jail or someone stops it, again IMHO.

    STOP IT EVERYONE AND GROW A SET OF BALLS! Only you can end this long standing charade, imho!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • trgsam trgsam Oct 24, 2014 11:14 AM Flag

    Where is "TEEVEE" now? He supposedly purchased, with sweating hands, at $2. He was promoting the upside at $5. I have to think he has more than sweaty palms now. Maybe diarrhea??

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    This really is fun to watch

    by trgsam Oct 23, 2014 1:03 PM
    trgsam trgsam Oct 23, 2014 9:36 PM Flag

    I have Ron beliefeVrian wants one final dividend as does Tad. How they get away with is is way beyond my understanding. I cannot understand how the funds owning this stock are so quiet? I know it's due to being in the insurance index, but come on. How can Calpers, Vanguard, Susquenhanna, or any other very credible fund own this. Sure, they can say it's because they buy shares due to indexing and it being part of it, but I think, and am not sure, this was removed from the IIX, insurance exchange, many months ago. So here's an interesting thought. If you're "Joe Shareholder" and own this as part of a larger portfolio, why aren't you calling your fund and asking how they justify this firm as part of their portfolio. More so, how can they possibly justify what appears to be a major fraudulent firm, again this is all IMO. But you're all much smarter than me, so I ask you, why aren't true shareholders looking to higher powers about this investment? I know if I owned a mutual fund or index fund with this in it, I would have alled my attorney many months ago.
    I simply pose this question to those of you with much more legal experience than myself.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Who and how is this stock being supported by? Is Pardo and his entities handling it all? Are they so worried about collecting the few remaining dividends that they are the "market makers"? I am simply curious. I believe they have done no new settlement this quarter, or so I was told by a broker. I might be right or not, but does it truly matter? Has anyone looked at the spread between the bid/ask? It's hilarious. Again, I've seen lesser companies indicted for much less. I cannot figure out why the SEC or TX Dept of banking hasn't stopped this "fraud", again all said as my personal opinion!!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • trgsam trgsam Oct 17, 2014 10:21 PM Flag

    I mKe this comment based on the industry gossip from a few years ago. While I have no way to confirm these statements, based in my 3 meetings with Mr Pardo, I believe, IMHO, my statement is accurate. He has no wife or a true spouse. He is well known, or rumored, to be gay. While I have no qualms with ones sexual preferences, I do when people have to hide it to continue perpetrating a fraud. Again, I have no way to back up my comments, but based on numerous social and business interactions with Brian and his team, I'm told it's just a well known fact how he swings.
    Ahaom, I am not making a prejorative statement about ones sexual preferences. I really don't care. I just hate people who like to hide who they are. That tells a lot about one.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • trgsam trgsam Oct 17, 2014 12:07 PM Flag

    Why was/is everyone so naïve! This was an industry rife for fraud and abuse, from the agent to the broker to the provider, etc! the margins were simply too great! I have no clue why anyone is now surprised or commenting on how Pardo and his clan "raped" the company, IMHO.
    come on, anyone who invested in this blindly or with an unscrupulous broker really needs to wake up and smell the roses. Your money is likely gone, well offshore. I'm sorry but between what lphi used to pay themselves, their settlement brokers, in many cases well in excess of 10% of the DB, and the cost to raise money, shame on them.

    Again, I never did business with LPI. Trust me they tried and promised us fees well in excess of 10% of the DB as a settlement broker. I simply didn't feel comfortable. Call it a "smell test" but stop being naïve.
    again, this is all IMO but based on my past, I think MO is likely pretty accurate

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Please call me!

    by trgsam Oct 15, 2014 8:12 PM
    trgsam trgsam Oct 16, 2014 1:04 PM Flag

    I tried to speak with attorneys and regulators for nearly 2 years but no return calls. I've been out of this scummy industry for about 3 years. I made my money and had to leave when it just got so troublesome. While I no longer have any documents, I'm sure myself, or any of the aforementioned brokers principals, all know the story.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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