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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!!
Your guess is as good as mine. The government/SEC/FBI clearly has no interest in penny stock regulation. The FBI told me they won't investigate such companies. The Secret Service told me that they won't investigate any company in which an individual has lost under $50K.
Gridline I think has great potential. I believe the current Ceo , Mr. Terry DIllon is a very committed man to see this thru. Write him an email and he will respond. He is trying to make this a success for all of us in my honest opinion. Lots of friends when things are going good, not too many when things get very, very tight, I know, I've seen it before. For a guy that didn't start this company I think he is enduring a lot of criticism for staying on board to make it a success for all of us, even the doubtful. He is a strong man, but to deal with all that's thrown at him, it takes a stronger man , which he is showing that's exactly what he is. It's a free site and a free country, everyone is entitled to his or her Her or his own opinion, support your investment, don't beat it up.
You surely are entitle to your honest opinion, but in my honest opinion, you are completely missing the point. Speaking for myself, and as far as I can tell, several others, the animosity directed toward Mr. Dillon is less about the success or failure of the projects that are claimed to be in the works and more about the completely unprofessional way Mr. Dillon has been treating the stockholders.
Has there been a status report posted on the Gridline site since April? Have any of the reports in the last few years contained hard facts rather than inflated feel-good optimism? Whether intended or not, the apparently phony press releases and the very rare status reports come off as being designed to string people along with false hope rather than to convey meaningful information. This is especially unhelpful. Is it any wonder that Mr. Dillon is not getting the respect and appreciation you think he deserves?