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Action Group Crozier
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 5/20/2003 12:20:18 PM

By: Darell

"Action Group's" are cheerleading and holding onto a thread of hope. They recover nothing and never appear until the horse is out of the barn. What are they going to accomplish? Put the perpetrator in jail? No. Get your money back? No. Perhaps generate some fees for themself? Quite possible.

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

Posted: 5/20/2003 12:24:44 AM

By: paul

A number of investors have asked how to get an action group together .Iam currently leading ,with a colleage in the us, the Imperial Investors action group representing around 200 investors .To get started you need to make contact with as many investors as possible this will be the biggest obstacle as the bank and the administrators will refuse to give names citing confidentiallity etc it s a great way to delay action please visit our site for a starting point and get yourselves some leadership NOW ! good luck


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