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Date posted 2017-04-21 19:28
Subject Re: Daily Mail   View parent message
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INMO.. Time has now run out with this one.. After all we are nearly into May. Funds were raised via loan sharks when we were lead to believe that there as enough funds to see us through to the end of this year.

Personally I cannot see how they are going to be able to raise funds from hear.

After looking at companies which have been de-listed in the past. This one INMO has all the same characteristics.

A bit of a shame really, but had they been a little more honest six months ago then maybe they would have attracted more investors.

I would imagine that the banks and liquidator will end up with the bulk of the assets to sell to one of the boys for next to nothing.

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