FMF Capital LLC - Non-Prime Lender
FMF company explored selling off its operations, but when that proved non-viable, they decided to fold.
FMF operated in 39 US states, and contrary to the Canadian listing, did not do any business in Canada. The Canadian listing seemed to exist purely to get favorable status as an income trust, which ironically became irrelevant quickly as the company had to eliminate dividends only 8 months after listing in March, 2005, as business conditions deteriorated. The stock quickly plunged to penny levels.
Fly by night, much?
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