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SVS Securities PLC
Paul Chad
Posted: 11 December 2012 10:25:00(UTC)
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I will not trade with SVS again after receiving a shoddy service and searching their reviews on Google. See for yourself and search for ‘SVS Securities Review’ and scroll the pages and you will see what I mean. There is a dedicated (damaging) website built on the company and its directors.

Form your own opinion, but I will not invest anymore money with them

Paul C.
john millard
Posted: 11 December 2012 12:33:01(UTC)
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What happened?

I've been with them for a couple of years and haven't had any problems.
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Karl Smith
Posted: 11 December 2012 12:35:19(UTC)
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Sounds like trolling. Maybe a competitor
Why else is a replica word for word review by "Steven" elsewhere on the web? WTF.
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john millard on 11/12/2012(UTC), Guest on 11/12/2012(UTC)
Paul Chad
Posted: 11 December 2012 22:28:13(UTC)
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John, Karl,

Visit: svssecuritiesreview.com then let me know your thoughts?

Karl Smith
Posted: 12 December 2012 11:33:20(UTC)
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Paul Chad;17169 wrote:
John, Karl,

Visit: svssecuritiesreview.com then let me know your thoughts?



I think you've confused me with someone who gives a..........
Paul Chad
Posted: 12 December 2012 15:40:03(UTC)
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Point taken Mrs. Touchy though!
Karl Smith
Posted: 12 December 2012 17:54:51(UTC)
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Paul let's look at this a different way.
You've copied someone's complaint about a company i.e. giving someone elses opinion as your own (plagarism)
Then suggest going to a site for further information (soliciting).

That site seems to be a collection of posts essentially libelling individuals and making allegations against said company.

Why on earth would I wish to:
a) compromise my legal position with regards repeating such potentially libellous statements
b) add to the "debate" on the premise of someone elses view of the world

Perhaps you'd like to offer your views here on Citywire and provide some background as to what it is you're trying to achieve by your post.

Touchy perhaps, or just not interested in playing games
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