The usual Friday night cover up.

boab1916

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Investment in an unquoted security of this nature, being an illiquid investment, is speculative involving a significant degree of risk. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (“FSCS”) provides up to £85,000 of investment protection where you have a claim against an investment firm for issues such misrepresentation, where the firm has since failed or otherwise can’t pay your claim. The service provided to you by Tifosy is the arrangement of investments through its website, which typically falls within the FSCS’s remit. FSCS does not, however, protect you where your investments perform poorly, where the issuer fails to pay interest or dividends or where the issuer ultimately becomes insolvent and you lose your money invested. This is the investment risk you take. The FSCS further provides deposit protection in the event of the failure of a UK authorised bank. This covers funds held by Tifosy at such a bank and funds held on your behalf in a client money account (including funds awaiting investment together with interest and dividends paid and capital returned). Before investing please read the Offer Document in full including the “Important Notices” and “Risk Factors”. By investing you agree to the terms and conditions in the Offer Document as well as the Tifosy Investor Terms.






See why they are been offered to fans can't you

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Wee Fergus's Bunnet

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'' Under a group of supporter-owners since the start of 2015 the Club has delivered very strong results both on and off the pitch ''.

This statement would surely be open to challenge in a court of law . Unless by ''strong results - off the pitch '' they mean running up record losses for a Scottish team.

A club which since 2015 has never made a PENNY profit but has racked up tens of millions in losses cannot be described as having ''strong results ''!
To use the term ''strong results '' suggests that they are financially sound and in the context of a share issue must be deemed misleading , to say the least .

This statement in support of a share issue , by a company who are regulated by the FCA , is intentionally misleading potential investors by blatantly lying about their off field financial performances. This is surely illegal ?
Does the FCA not have recourse to investigate these ''claims'' by Tifosy Capital ?

But then any fool who donates money to such a clearly insolvent institution like theRangers is not going to be swayed by mere FACTS . This is all part of ''The Journey'' .

Going for 55 , or 56 now - that is 56 share issues ! Another record for theRangers !

HH
 

Imatim

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Investment in an unquoted security of this nature, being an illiquid investment, is speculative involving a significant degree of risk. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (“FSCS”) provides up to £85,000 of investment protection where you have a claim against an investment firm for issues such misrepresentation, where the firm has since failed or otherwise can’t pay your claim. The service provided to you by Tifosy is the arrangement of investments through its website, which typically falls within the FSCS’s remit. FSCS does not, however, protect you where your investments perform poorly, where the issuer fails to pay interest or dividends or where the issuer ultimately becomes insolvent and you lose your money invested. This is the investment risk you take. The FSCS further provides deposit protection in the event of the failure of a UK authorised bank. This covers funds held by Tifosy at such a bank and funds held on your behalf in a client money account (including funds awaiting investment together with interest and dividends paid and capital returned). Before investing please read the Offer Document in full including the “Important Notices” and “Risk Factors”. By investing you agree to the terms and conditions in the Offer Document as well as the Tifosy Investor Terms.






See why they are been offered to fans can't you

Illiquid Investments are securities or assets that cannot be easily sold or exchanged for cash without a substantial loss in value. Illiquid investments cannot be sold quickly, because of a lack of ready and willing investors to purchase the assets or securities.

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All this and they’ve apparently already sold 40,000+ season tickets.....it’s as if they have a major cash flow problem.....where has all the money gone...
 

Pedro71

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All this and they’ve apparently already sold 40,000+ season tickets.....it’s as if they have a major cash flow problem.....where has all the money gone...
Part payments as no registered national bank will again take a lost account from anyone and everyone!!!
 

Bellshill bhoy

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Things must be really bad over across the city, it’s in the paper today that instead of the minimum £500 share purchase, they’re now running a scheme to “club” together with as little as £10 to make up to the £500, the sun says follow follow have launched the drive to milk the gullabilly’s just a bit more, as the uptake of the shares issue is nonexistent, talk about trying to get blood out a stone🤣🤣
 

kelly

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Things must be really bad over across the city, it’s in the paper today that instead of the minimum £500 share purchase, they’re now running a scheme to “club” together with as little as £10 to make up to the £500, the sun says follow follow have launched the drive to milk the gullabilly’s just a bit more, as the uptake of the shares issue is nonexistent, talk about trying to get blood out a stone🤣🤣
it's got failure written all over it
 
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