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      Paul HamesPaul Hames
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      Although the intentions of CCC were honourable they were not well thought out. The Board lacked in their ability to do their proper due diligence. I believe they thought that the taking on of the debt would be a positive step in the growth of the system. They did not consider carefully enough the impact of the two larger players in the market place. The lack of legitimacy lead to a lack of trust and eventually to their demise..

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