Wednesday, April 6, 2011

more of Max Fin and friend plans

Well it may become apparent again that fair Markets ARE meant to be tested (by some people).
There is more Max Fin (former CMM saviour)news of interest from our good friend John Helmer in Moscow.

"When we last put down the telephone to Maxim Finsky’s office at Intergeo in Moscow, he wasn’t saying much of anything about his attempt to persuade Canadian shareholders to accept his proposed merger of two junior goldminers he controls, White Tiger Gold and Century Mining.

Just three days later, he and his old school chum ...."
for all the article go to http://johnhelmer.net/?p=5074
For the previous recent article by Mr. Helmer about our CMM dance with Max Fin go to http://johnhelmer.net/?p=5052

5 comments:

Rickydee said...

This article raises one possibility for me, Intergeo seems like another shell company to screw around with CMM, could possibly be a company that in case of a merger would then buy Lamaque or San Juan for peanuts on the Oz. Kind of like what they did with Polyus.

Rickydee said...
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Rickydee said...

another thing is why would WTG hire someone familiar with OSC regulations, is it to learn how to deal with screwing us fairly and legally as to not get any lawsuits?

nt300 said...

I wonder if he plans on merging his proposed (WTG/CMM) into Intergeo? Remember way back, similar moves by another company that ended up with minorities losing most if not all shares. Then that said company bought them right back on the cheap I think...

There’s got to be something illegal that can force them to disqualify this merger from ever happening with CMM IMO.

Rickydee said...

http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Century-Estimates-First-Quarter-Production-Discusses-Peruvian-Order-Restricting-San-TSX-VENTURE-CMM-1423403.htm