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Ladybank memberships up for grabs

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Ladybank memberships up for grabs

Postby Sally Toms » Mon Nov 28, 2005 3:32 pm

Ladybank, the prestigious private Scotch whisky distillery club, has launched its second-phase membership scheme giving more investors the chance to own a share the Scottish distillery.

250 new memberships are available; costing around £3,250, which includes unlimited access to the facilities at Ladybank headquarters.
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Postby ikendal » Mon Oct 16, 2006 7:49 pm

I have a membership and I get a little bonus if I refer anyone. If you are interested in getting a membership can I refer you please, checky sod I hear you shout! yes but I will share the bonus if I can.
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I will give it a try..

Postby Jacques » Mon Oct 30, 2006 5:51 am

Dear ikendal, I am writing to Ladybank and have told them someone has referred me... so if you can and I join, lets share the bennefits...
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Postby scotch4ever » Tue Oct 31, 2006 11:40 am

Ikendal:
Just curious if you have asked Mr. thompson of Ladybank to show a financial report? I have been keeping tabs on this project for over 4 years and have yet to see any real accomplishments. I just wonder were all the money has went? It certainly has not went to building.

What happens to Ladybank when the landlease runs out? I know that is not a conern since most of us will be dead, however, it just seems like a Ponzi scheme to me.

I know people have shown up at DaftMill thinking it was Ladybank only to be disappointed. I might add that Daftmill was build in a very short period without a huge amount of pound notes.
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Postby ikendal » Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:13 pm

These are valid concerns, and intially I shared them. however as a member I have been kept fully infomred of progress and although they are behind scheudal they are progressing.
I was recently invited to a meeting in London and was unale to attend and now await the minutes. I would be happy to keep you infomed.
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Postby Jacques » Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:17 pm

So can you please tell me if they are seroius about the deal... are you happy with your membership... also give me your details so that I can tell them you referred me... also tell me what we will share..
thanks..
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Postby ikendal » Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:23 pm

scotch4ever wrote:Ikendal:
I just wonder were all the money has went? It certainly has not went to building.



Building work has started see the pictures on http://www.whisky.com
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Postby ikendal » Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:30 pm

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Postby scotch4ever » Thu Nov 02, 2006 7:38 pm

Yes, I do see they have put a new roof on one or two of the old buildings. If you look further down in the pictures you can see the same building with and without the old roof.

I found this old article in the Scotsman to be quite interesting

http://business.scotsman.com/agriculture.cfm?id=1271952002

I am sure you will keep Mr. Thompson on his toes with your investment in to Ladybank.

Best of Luck. Hope to see some spirit running someday.
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