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    • verybigchris
    • By verybigchris 18th Apr 19, 7:32 AM
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    verybigchris
    Where did the Signature Capital thread go?
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    • 18th Apr 19, 7:32 AM
    Where did the Signature Capital thread go? 18th Apr 19 at 7:32 AM
    There were some genuine concerns raised about the Signature investments (such as issues with late filing of accounts) and now it appears the whole thread has been deleted. Do you think someone was trying to hide something?
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    • BugByte
    • By BugByte 16th May 19, 9:28 PM
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    BugByte
    Hotel Company Signature Living to face trial over dead mice and droppings food hygiene charges[/URL]
    Originally posted by verybigchris
    This could mean that Lee from Emerdale might have to make an appearance?
    (Cross reference one of the "Managing Directors" on the Signature Capital website and the current cast of the long running Soap)
    • BugByte
    • By BugByte 20th May 19, 7:13 PM
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    BugByte
    Signature Capital appear to have settled their differences with the "investors" who set up the signaturecapital-scam website.
    In fact it appears that they have acquire the ".co.uk" domain and are using it to sell "investments" under the headline.
    Avoid Being Scammed And Invest With Signature Capital.
    • verybigchris
    • By verybigchris 20th May 19, 8:36 PM
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    verybigchris
    Signature Capital appear to have settled their differences with the "investors" who set up the signaturecapital-scam website.
    In fact it appears that they have acquire the ".co.uk" domain and are using it to sell "investments" under the headline.
    Originally posted by BugByte
    Oh. My. Word.
    • Malthusian
    • By Malthusian 21st May 19, 9:17 AM
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    Signature Capital appear to have settled their differences with the "investors" who set up the signaturecapital-scam website.
    Originally posted by BugByte
    Or they took legal action against their webhost which resulted in them forfeiting the domain to Signature.

    Nominet shows the registration was updated 18 May 2019.

    This post is #24 at time of writing.
    • Malthusian
    • By Malthusian 21st May 19, 9:25 AM
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    https://lawrencekenwright.co.uk/signature-investments-compares-investment-plans/

    Whilst homeowners may have benefited from the interest rate cuts, it is savers who have been hit the hardest, so many are now turning to shares, bonds and property to boost their finances. However, many people will be sceptical on how and where to invest their savings.

    The bigger your investment, the higher the potential return – but it also means the bigger the loss if things go wrong. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, stated saving are “likely to be low for some time”. There are, however, ways to maximise your finances without investing in bonds, shares or gold. [...]

    Let’s see how we compare to other investment opportunities in the UK…

    Signature Investments – 11% or 8% ROI

    Current accounts – 3-5%

    Property – 3-6%

    Retail bonds – 5-7%

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