Just Google Ben Turney
Nuff said !
Just a band wagon jumper who suffers verbal diarrhoea and has an on/off relationship with Winnifrith and Shareprofits (sic)
Ahh well. Just for a moment I hoped we might have something.
(Haven't looked at the other guy, probably just a starry-eyed follower.)
I gathered together a load of bombed out stock, sold it and with the proceeds, just under £3k I did take a gamble. Bought into Sefton at around 35
I did that because I felt with Jim Mellon appearing to back the group, it gave it some credibility. Appearing on photo shoots etc, you could say he looked a willing supporter. Also he was part of the consortium that put some money up. Of course, he wasnt to know what it was all about was he? Yes well
One big drawback to reading the Sefton bb was the necessity to see what a couple of bloggers were up to and what they had to say. Well...................what can you say, downright curl up and die cringeworthiness.....a right royal creepiness
Just had a look at the LSE bb and a blog site of one.....
Can I suggest we all pull up a chair, some popcorn..................and just wait. It shouldnt take long
One said blogger says that considering part of his family ran the country it would seem a good opportunity to claim back some licences. He says to wait and see how he gets on with government change. He appears to be discussing government change of Zimbabwe
He then goes on to promote the Rhodesian National Anthem on his blog
On his twitter page he advertises the Rhodesian National Anthem 1965=1979
So, have I got this right. A chap who considers his family ran Rhodesia is now going back to Africa, to claim back some licences. Not sure if he intends to wait until Mugabe is no longer in power, but then, maybe expects things to go back to how it was before
Like I say, shouldnt take long
Perhaps we suggest he gets a farm, that would be good fun to watch
Ex-criminal Daniel Levis oil firm Sefton faces delisting
October 24 2015
RBS has told Sefton that it will cancel its account if it is delisted
An oil company whose former executive chairman and self-proclaimed one-time hardened career criminal successfully ousted directors in a boardroom coup faces being delisted from the London Stock Exchange.
Daniel Levi, who changed his name from David Hopkins, having been convicted of armed robbery, and associates had requisitioned a shareholder meeting last month that proposed replacing directors of Sefton.
Two directors quit before the meeting and Allenby Capital, the AIM-quoted companys nominated adviser, has now resigned, triggering the suspension of trading in its shares.
Under AIM rules, the shares will be cancelled unless a replacement nomad, whose job it is to help the company to comply with exchange rules, is found within a month.
A source close to Sefton, which has been exploring other listing opportunities, said yesterday that it was unlikely a new nomad would be appointed.
Royal Bank of Scotland, Seftons main bank in the UK, has also told the company that its account will be closed if trading on AIM is cancelled.
Mr Levi stood down as executive chairman in April after Allenby Capital confronted him with questions over his change of name. The Times reported in July that he had failed to disclose his criminal record to Seftons shareholders, in breach of exchange rules.
Mr Levi was behind the downfall of Jim Ellerton, Seftons founding executive chairman, two years ago amid an investigation into allegations that he used its shares to pay off personal debts. Sefton is locked in a legal dispute with Mr Ellerton, who has been seeking to force the company into bankruptcy through a court in Colorado.
The saga is the latest controversy to hit the reputation of AIM after scandals such as that of Quindell, the technology contractor formerly chaired by Rob Terry, which is being investigated over alleged overstatement of profits.
Mr Terry has since accumulated an 8.7 per cent stake in Daniel Stewart, the small-cap broker and former Quindell adviser, whose shares were suspended for a third time this month. Daniel Stewart said yesterday that it was making progress on a funding package to allow it to publish its full-year accounts and resume trading on AIM.
It is possible as Sefton shares are so "toxic" to carry new regulations may still allow a free carrier bag to be given in case the rest of your goods are contaminated!But alas free multi bags certainly not allowed which is a pity as we will need a new cheap source of waste bin liners shortly when our existing free bags run out.
SER - The shares are worth less than a carrier bag right now, even 100 shares are less than a 5p carrier bag!!
EDL still waiting for that mining licence approval to drop, to signal the start of the mining JV, power station jv and take off agreement. The licence is the first domino in a long line of lined up dominoes!!!!
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