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Although it looked like there may have been some real opportunities for Gridline 4 years ago, it's difficult to believe that this still is the case. It seems to me that rather than admit defeat, the principals have simply walked away and left interested parties hanging. Can anyone point to any hard evidence that this is not the case?
It is difficult not to become cynical. The same several individuals seem to be involved with the same vaporstocks and when one fails, they turn-up to get money from investors through another vaporstock.
I suspect that if they are confronted with a lawsuit, they will awaken from the dead, announce great progress and say that work in E.G. is scheduled to begin next month. Either that or they will post another phony press release (with a disclaimer saying that the press release isn't necessarily true).
Camber is the only one I have seen who mentions having a broker. My involvement was from a company I invested in that was sold to Gridline. Camber has not passed her information on to anyone that I know of.
Some people are still asking for definitive closure, and there surely are some people who know where things stand that refuse to respond. In today's political climate, it is not a surprise that some people with professional responsibilities have so little regard for the people in their community. Depressing!!