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To: ELowry who wrote (171)10/9/2016 1:55:53 PM
From: Skidmore
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I agree with statement of needing definitive closure. This impacts real people. I am especially
disgusted with the use of "being a good Christian" as a selling tool.

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To: camber who wrote (165)10/13/2016 1:29:06 AM
From: Montana Investor
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The default and summary judgements keep piling up against Gridline and Terry Dillon. How much longer can he keep this scam going?

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To: Montana Investor who wrote (173)10/13/2016 9:36:16 AM
From: camber
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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.

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To: camber who wrote (174)10/26/2016 12:29:58 PM
From: RodeoGoat
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Contact: Inv. J. Warsing, (D-19)

State of Texas - State Securities Board
8700 North Stemmons Freeway
Suite 144
Dallas, TX 75247

T#: 214-630-8681
FAX #: 214-630-8699
E-Mail: jwarsing@ssb.texas.gov

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From: Stronger11/6/2016 9:07:46 PM
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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.

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To: Stronger who wrote (176)11/7/2016 10:33:31 AM
From: ELowry
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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?

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From: Stronger11/7/2016 10:57:45 PM
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Your opinion is noted. You're entitled to it. Is the company real, is he putting in the effort to make this a success, I believe he is. I'm not a brasher, I'm not a hater, I try to be reasonable about everything that
Surrounds my investment. I don't think the news releases are worthless, I think the website is informative
I do believe it will become more informative for all of us. We've all had successes and failures, but to beat up
The one strong enough person to endure all of this criticism and still continue to work to make your investment
Become what you, me and everyone else want it to become, a success. Why don't you call him and see if you
Walk away from the conversation feeling as hostile as you feel now. Not sure , but maybe you gain some compassion for what is happening and become a believer in the person who is trying to make it work for all of us.
My opinion and my belief

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To: ELowry who wrote (177)11/10/2016 10:16:08 AM
From: RodeoGoat
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How do you explain that Terry Dillon formed another Gridline company on June 8, 2014. He is selling company shares to more investors giving them the same the same story and no results. Some of the same players are once again involved but some have dropped out. We need to wake up and smell the roses. Oh, I forgot ----- there are no roses just a lot of people losing money.

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To: Stronger who wrote (178)11/10/2016 11:08:37 AM
From: ELowry
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I believe I am trying to be reasonable, but I think you still are missing the point. It may very well be that Mr. Dillon is a good guy and is working hard. But this does not excuse him from the obligation of being accountable and making regular fact-based reports to all stockholders. Do you really believe that this is unreasonable (and even hostile)?

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To: RodeoGoat who wrote (179)11/10/2016 11:16:48 AM
From: ELowry
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I have wondered about this but don't feel qualified to draw any conclusions. I'm currently focussed on accountability (which should not be controversial) and would like to believe that the rest follows.

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