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First International Bank of Grenada
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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5779


Posted: 12/14/1999 6:05:56 PM

By: martin_dixon@hotmail.com

The home page of idic can be found at
http://idic-ec.org/Home/home.html
It is noticible for its lack of proper street address, place of registration, and place of regulation as well as the absence of any director or officer names.

Meanwhile, all seems quiet at FIBG. I have been in contact with a couple of investors who have cold feet and are now want their money back, but they are being given the run around by their broker or contact, and so far not having any success.

Hopefully they will be older and wiser as a result, but not richer.....

I do wish Mr Michael Creft, the Grenada bank Regulator, woud enter this forum and tell us all what he thinks of First International Bank of Grenada. Has he taken their Balance Sheet at face value?


Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/7/2003 12:44:24 PM

By: david

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