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post Posted: Jan 29 2008, 03:34 PM
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In reply to: jbeatty on Tuesday 29/01/08 02:39pm

And he inturn as contacted us (I've passed it onto Geoff)

Thanks for that James

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post Posted: Jan 29 2008, 02:09 PM
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In reply to: ShareScene.com on Tuesday 29/01/08 02:34pm

Ok Matt. Your concerns have been passed on to lee.



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In reply to: jbeatty on Tuesday 29/01/08 12:57pm

Hi James,

I saw that, but please understand while I don't mind someone answering questions... they can't be allowed to promote their product.

If we allow for brokers to freely promote their service then we cut our throats (SS is powered by advertising dollars) so if Lee wants to be active in promoting Bell, then he needs to talk to Geoff about doing an ad deal (please pass the message onto Lee)

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post Posted: Jan 29 2008, 12:27 PM
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Guys:

Good to see Lee Muco from Bell Direct signed up and posting here.

I extended him an invite to join up with Sharescene earlier today.



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post Posted: Jan 25 2008, 04:12 PM
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In reply to: moosey on Friday 25/01/08 03:49pm

Hi Gary,

"but i really think we should be asking MOD to please explain why he is a seller every day rather than assume he has a specific purpose other than lining his own pockets while he can."

What proof does the "Pecker" have to backup this claim? They are making nothing more then an assumption... more so in the same line they seem to attack another member for making other assumptions (so the stance is very hypocritical)

MOD is not a director/employee of a listed company therefore this is not a matter for the ASX to clear up.

FURTHER more (privately) this is nothing but a very public spat between two former MST directors... "Pecker" is being a little misleading in not disclosing what links he once had to MST, if he did then it would be clear to all why he is acting in this manner. The funny thing is I don’t believe MOD knows who “Pecker” is….

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post Posted: Jan 25 2008, 03:19 PM
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In reply to: moosey on Friday 25/01/08 04:03pm

OK, perhaps I should have read my emails first, I see Mike Odwyer has objected to what has been said about him on the thread, but to my way of thinking perhaps he should go to the ASX and state he is not selling, he did tell them that it was his intent to sell some time back now, and I think people are of the opinion that he is, I really do think the discussion was fair IMHO.

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Just a question, I looked at the posts deleted on the MST thread , I thought it was a healthy discussion about the pro's and con's of the founder of the company selling shares? perhaps I am missing something, I mean no offense here, I am only seeking some sort of guidance as to what actions I take myself, I do see however a number of posts that were blatantly off topic , admittedly they came in after the deleted posts I mentioned , but in my opinion they were worse or at least rank equally for deletion? am I missing something?

Cheers Gary



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post Posted: Jan 21 2008, 10:32 AM
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In reply to: drarthur on Monday 21/01/08 09:19am

Hi Arthur,

It's primary broker and while I accept you may use 3 equally I can't make the survey ask the same question 3 times (if it did the survey would go from 40 questions to like 80)

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post Posted: Jan 21 2008, 09:54 AM
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On the horns of a dilemma myself, with Sanfords being swallowed in a few days by Commsec.

Consequently I ticked "other broker" and answered the rest on my (satisfactory) experience with Sanfords.

Perhaps if you run the survey again soon you will get a different result regarding Commsec biggrin.gif



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post Posted: Jan 21 2008, 08:49 AM
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In reply to: ShareScene.com on Monday 21/01/08 09:07am

Matt, I'm stuck on a question. Selecting primary broker, I use three with equal frequency



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