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Cbrad01

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Has anyone got a ballot on the plan?
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Drinella

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I ended up having to email Joe Martinec at
Martinec@Mwvmlaw.com to ask for a ballot and make sure I was on their email contact list.
Better hurry the deadline for ballots is July 13. They allowed me to scan and email the returned ballot besides faxing it back.
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harley_52

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What ballot and when were they sent out?
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JG

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What ballot and when were they sent out?


That is the ballot to approve (or reject) the Chapter 11 plan. The plan lets Charles' mother and (step?)father put in $100K for creditors and another $100K to start up the business, and try to re-start Bullion Direct as a new company (basically the Nucleo order-matching piece). Not ideal, but the creditors' committee is urging a vote allowing it, so that is what I recommend as well.

If you are a creditor, and did not get a ballot, you should contact Joe Martinec <martinec@mwvmlaw.com>, the attorney for Bullion Direct.

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plankton

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Thanks for the info. I also never received the Ballot and have contacted the law firm you mentioned.
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jkline

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I never received one either.    Thoroughly disgusted at all parties-- except JG.
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plankton

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I emailed regarding not receiving a ballot and never received a reply.
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JG

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I emailed regarding not receiving a ballot and never received a reply.


For what it is worth, it looks like the ballots have been counted, and something like 95% of creditors voted for the plan. I can't be 100% certain that means it is approved, but it looks that way.

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