Behind the scenes, GNGR also attempts to enter new markets and ideas and proposals to similar and even competing companies to work together and increase sales and shareholder value. I contacted SIGNET (ticker SIG) "YES I have emails to back up these statements" too possibly partner with GNGR. GNGR would supply SIGNET (owner of KAY and JARED and other jewelry stores). Signet would receive a large amount of shares in GNGR and GNGR would be a supplier to Signet.
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When they elected not to work with GNGR (yes they were NASTY) My closing e-mail was the following: Well with MY help, SIG will rise to $200 per share and GNGR would rise well above $5 per share, they replied they will achieve that without my help, I replied back, "ILL MAKE CONTACT WITH YOU WHEN YOUR STOCK DROPS BELOW $25" then I was called an IDIOT with no place in the public company space.
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Well guess what? Signet tanked from $154 to $11.78 ( of course when it hit $24 I emailed the board saying TOLD YA!).
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Most of Signets board read my emails but the CEO blocked my emails as I get a message saying its been blocked "GUESS WHY" I then posted this on a member Facebook page and the shareholders were furious Signet did not look further into my proposal. Of course soon after my posts were blocked.
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SO this is the way it is sometimes, GNGR moves ahead and also attempts to work with others. GNGR is growing, how is SIGNET DOING? You be the judge. I also spoke to one investor who represented a group in NY. I said here is an offer.
Sell 100,000 of the 1,000,000 shares you own in SIGNET at $95 ( the price at the time) and invest that $9,500,000 into GNGR and GNGR will build a new state of the art factory and expand sales to compete with the BIG jewelry companies. I would have given them 100,000,000 restricted shares in GNGR and 50,000,000 in FREE TRADING stock. With this deal GNGR would surly rise back to our 2012 high of $.23 per share or even higher.  At that "ACHIEVABLE" level the investors would own 100,000,000 valued at $23,000,000 and the 50,000,000 free trading they could have sold with NO 144 waiting period for $11,500,000 ( easily topping the $9,500,000 investment)
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As it happens, they declined and SIGNET at $11.78 per share down from $95 after buying SIGNET for $140, their $140,000,000 investment dropped to a TOTAL of $11,500,000 (interestingly the same $11,500,000 they would have made from just my free trading shares offered)
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GNGR is small and when we approach BIG players they seem to think WHO IS GNGR and they dont need us. WELL looks like they made a HUGE mistake having lost $$$ BILLIONS $$$ in share value with shares dropping a whopping 92%
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GNGR is expanding on our OWN with NO HELP. Sure we try to see if there are other Opportunities and this issue above is NOT isolated, I have many more similar but dont need to waste my time posting them all BUT you get the idea.
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Grant Newsteder
CEO
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Seems some of SIGNETS jewelry stores are not so on the up and up.
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Note: this is all public information obtained on the internet. GNGR is not posting any opinions, just links to public articles.
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The proposal posted above is VOID and never came to be. NOW I would reject working with them.

Signet CC scam article (click here)

SIGNET diamond swap articles  (click here)