posted on Oct, 23 2007 @ 10:43 PM
Rapid Fire Marketing Inc. is a quickly rising marketing firm. They put out a statement saying that their current success is being “overshadowed”
by unofficial soliciting of their stock. They are one of those marketing firms that collect all our personal information and tell companies “what
we want“. They advertise on their website that even if your company has a marketing team, they will come in and help steer them in the right
Rapid Fire Marketing, Inc. announced today that the Company is making tremendous progress; however, success is being overshadowed by unsolicited
promotion of the Company's stock.
According to Steve Bonenberger, CEO, "I want to make this blatantly clear that Rapid Fire Marketing, Inc., its employees and management have not
engaged, endorsed, paid, solicited, or caused this activity to occur. This is not our policy and we apologize to those who have been plagued by this
practice. This activity is very detrimental to public companies.
- that’s where the quote is from
He even feels the need to say that it is a real company further in the statement.
They are a relatively new firm that is using our personal information to get as many companies as they can going in the “right” direction. Are
they an agent of those controlling our economy? Do they not want us to pay attention to their success? Could that be why they lowered their stock
It would be very smart of them to distract people from how well they are doing by purposely lowering their stock if they are indeed affiliated with
“them”. Think about it. If they are an agent of “them”, why would they care what the stock is worth as long as no one is looking. No one
cares about a company with no value. They may be trying to steer our economy in the direction "they" want. Going to failing and vulnerable
companies and showing them the way, all the while making sure no one is paying attention by soliciting their own stock to “overshadow” their
I think they may be affiliated with the ones controlling our economy. After all, I think we are all in agreement that our economy is under control.
If your not, read this thread:
Does anyone know how to find out which and/or how many companies they’ve “helped”? Or who their parent company is, if they have one? This
could be something. I’m not smart enough to figure it all out by myself. Help me out. Lets dig up some dirt. Here is their website if it