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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780


Posted: 9/5/2001 3:10:52 PM

By: Eric

We offer service of:
offshore companies,
trust service,
high interest deposit,
banking,
tax planning,
portfolio and asset management.


Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 9/5/2001 4:11:33 PM

By: rene wetzel, tep

great... worldwide "services" from prag... and: where the hell did i read their comments on "bank licences"... competitors: check your text

domain: val-co.com
status: production
origin-c: sector@london.com#0
owner: Peter Malik
email: sector@london.com#0
address: J. Martiho 12
city: Praha 2
state: Czech Republic
postal-code: 12000
country: cz
admin-c: administrator@czechia.cz#0
tech-c: auto-reg@admin.czechia.com#1
billing-c: auto-reg@admin.czechia.com#1
nserver: ns1.czechia.cz
nserver: ns2.czechia.com
registrar: JORE-1
created: 2001-08-27 08:56:03 UTC JORE-1
expires: 2002-08-27 02:55:45 UTC
source: joker.com


db-updated: 2001-09-05 22:06:04 UTC
The previous information has been obtained either directly from the
registrant or a registrar of the domain name other than Network Solutions.
Network Solutions, therefore, does not guarantee its accuracy or
completeness.



 

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