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Royal Bank Of Scotland - No Takers?

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Considering the amount of on-line headlines, no postings, any reason?

What can you say about them? I'm just amazed that anyone actually still banks with them.

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Guest DissipatedYouthIsValuable

Where's the general public's dividend?

Perhaps a tax reduction?

Edited by DissipatedYouthIsValuable

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I was going to post it up and then I couldn't be a*sed. Then I thought about how much creative accounting it must have taken to show a small profit of £15 million. THen I couldn't be a*sed to think about that any more.......

Then I went and polished my AK47 and thought about taking one for the team and murdering Gordon Brown!

(THat is a little joke in case anyone UP THERE is reading! :ph34r: ......Its actually an M16 ;) )

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Where's the general public's dividend?

Perhaps a tax reduction?

Your share of the profit is 25p. THis is before tax and other deductions.

Your taxpayer shareholder account will be credited with your dividend of 5p.

Please note that your account will be debited of your share of the HBOS write downs of £19 billion in the last 12 months at the same time. Your contribution to Northern Rock losses will be debited the following week. Please ensure that there are sufficient funds in your account to cover all of your potential ongoing liabilities.

They give with one little fingernail and take away with a clunking fist! ;)

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