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  1. Alan
    July 28, 2018 @ 5:54 pm

    Hi, I’m currently doing DD on Dolphin. Are you saying this investor lost all his savings in Dolphin?
    Also, that Dolphin did not pay any of the coupons which were due?
    They claim that they have NEVER defaulted on any coupon payments, so this would be very interesting to know. Thanks

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  2. Penny Dreadful
    October 25, 2018 @ 11:27 pm

    Yes I’d also be interested in a followup comment from “Angie”. How did the Dolphin “investment” turn out?

    Certainly mine ‘does what it said on the tin’. Payments to me made timeously every 6 months of the exact agreed amount.

    So come on, Angie. You’ve maligned Dolphin. So far are you right or wrong about them?

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    • Angie
      October 26, 2018 @ 7:53 am

      “Yours”? I doubt you’re an investor – genuine investors tend to give their real name whereas the scammers who sell this sort of crap use silly names like “Penny Dreadful” and “naebrain”. You see, the scammers are cowards – a real investor wouldn’t have gone on the attack like that as they would have been more interested in whether they were likely to get their money back than accusing me of maligning anyone.

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      • Penny Dreadful
        October 28, 2018 @ 3:36 pm

        Come on, don’t be shy.

        As to whether or not I’m a Dolphin investor, you say nay I say Yea.

        So what about a little wager on the matter?

        How about a grand to the charity of the winner’s choice?

        (or, as I suspect, does your mouth write cheques your ass can’t cash?)

        Well, punk? Are you feeling’ lucky?

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  3. Penny Dreadful
    October 28, 2018 @ 3:30 pm

    Angie, why don’t you finish off your rant above with the conclusion of how things worked out for Mr Pickett’s involvement with Dolphin at the end of the day?

    Come on, don’t be shy.

    As to whether or not I’m a Dolphin investor, you say nay I say Yea.

    So what about a little wager on the matter?

    How about a grand to the charity of the winner’s choice?

    (or, as I suspect, does your mouth write cheques your ass can’t cash?)

    Well, punk? Are you feeling’ lucky?

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    • Angie
      October 28, 2018 @ 3:44 pm

      Are you thinking of a “save Flipper” charity? I think perhaps the wager should be on whether – if you are a genuine lender (not investor!) – you ever get your money back. If you really have loaned Dolphin money then you are clearly as brainless as you claim to be if you did it voluntarily (as opposed to being conned by a scammer). Send me some evidence of your loan to Dolphin and we’ll talk. The question is not whether I am feeling lucky, but whether you’ve got any balls.

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