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Learning To Lose Your Money: Bancmark Financial Corp.
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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Posted: 6/14/2010 8:44:35 PM

By: Unwanted Publicity Intelligence

Best Investment Help ( BIH )? BIH.COM, maybe not!

Some recall those wiley days of the late 1980s and early 1990s when offshore master trader Robert Earl Palm set sail 'round the globe with his nefarious band of offshore wise guys and not-so-sharp drawer-knife crew talking individual investors ( from church pulpits to Wall Street executives ) into leaving traditional onshore financial institutions and going offshore for those daring adventures with pirate fraudsters of the Caribbean.

Recently, April 2010, The Vancouver Sun ran 3-days of journalist David Baines three ( 3 ) version article surrounding old Robert Earl Palm, a few of his nefarious cohorts, but nothing really new.

The articles were published on April 14, 2010, April 17, 2010 and April 21, 2010.

April 14, 2010: [ ]

April 17, 2010: [ ]

April 21, 2010: [ ]

A few have recently asked me "Why three ( 3 ) times?" and "Why revisit that old story now?" I cannot say why but recall the last Robert Palm linked financial investment entity named BANCMARK FINANCIAL CORP., here:

One of the internet webpage links for Bancmark Financial Corp. leads today to the usual bunch of financial investment gobbledy-gook linked text, but then I noticed a promotional video of America television Golden Girls show co-star, Hollywood personality Betty White. Here's the webpage:

Any rumbling from U.S. federal law enforcement ready to round-up the global bank paper asset master trader Robert Earl Palm? Charles Spradlin Sr.? Robert McIvor? Jason Dallas? Any other ye ole nefariously linked offshore pirate pals of Palm?

Submitted for review and commentary,


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