Fastbase Review. The Curious Case of Fastbase – Peak Demand

Fastbase is a web leads add-on for Google Analytics. It is claimed to be heading towards 4 million customers and a public listing on London’s AIM stock market. But what does it do? Is it a scam? And should you be using it?

What is Fastbase?

Fastbase was launched in June 2016 by Danish entrepreneur, Rasmus Refer. In less than 2 years it claims to have 780,000 companies using its website visitor tracking software.

It is an add-on to Google Analytics that identifies companies that visit your website by cross-referencing visitor IP addresses to a worldwide database of companies.

In Fastbase these companies are called Web Leads.

More recently, Fastbase has expanded its service to include the ability to buy a targeted list of contacts and creating Google AdWords campaigns.

Is Fastbase a Google product?

No. FastBase has designed its user interface to closely resemble the Google Analytics interface and emails received make prominent use of the Google Analytics logos. However, Fastbase clearly states it is not affiliated with Google.

Is Fastbase unique?

No. There are plenty of website visitor tracking software applications available. Well known brands such as Lead Forensics, CANDDi, Communigator and Who is Visiting – all provide similar solutions for identifying companies who visit your website. These products are standalone software applications that require you to add a code snippet to your website to track visitors.

Fastbase differs from these by using your Google Analytics data as the source. Direct competitors are Leadfeeder and Snitcher that also uses your Google Analytics data to identify the companies that visit your website. Fastbase, Leadfeeder and Snitcher can “look back” at historical data whereas the standalone products can only track new data after the code snippet has been added.

Each software supplier has a database of IP addresses and companies. Suppliers then maintain company contact data (web address, phone numbers, postal address, email address) alongside the company name. Some suppliers further extend their data by identifying potential contacts through LinkedIn profiles and other methods.

Is it useful for my business?

Visitor tracking software only identifies companies / organisations who have visited your website. They cannot identify which individual person from the organisation visited* and they cannot identify visits from residential users / home-owners as IP addresses are dynamically allocated by the Internet Service Provider (ISP).

Therefore, Fastbase and its competitors are only of use if you operate in a B2B environment. In many cases your list of visitors will include large corporations – these are unlikely to be of much use to you as you’ve no idea which of the corporation’s thousands of employees actually visited you. Similarly, universities and government institutions often crop up and are of little practical value.

Another key consideration is whether you are able to make use of the data. Many of the visitor tracking applications allow you to create filters (visitors from a specific country, visitors who viewed a certain page etc.) and to integrate with your CRM system to feed in the useful web leads. Fastbase allows you to export data to Salesforce, Zoho and Hubspot.

* Some visitor tracking software (not Fastbase) can identify individual visitors through use of cookies. For example, if a user completes a contact form on your website, that can drop a cookie to the user’s PC which can then be used to track the individual on subsequent visits to your website.

 

Does it work?

Sort of.

I set up a new Fastbase account but no results were displayed for over 24 hours. I created another account but 8 hours later still no results.  After some pestering of the support service I did eventually get a response which apologised for some unspecified technical issues – and very soon after results did arrive in the dashboards of both accounts.

Using the same Google Analytics profile, I tested Fastbase against Leadfeeder and the website’s existing Who Is Visiting tracking software.

On setting up Fastbase it decided to review the last 3 months’ data for each of the Google Analytics properties / views linked to the account. In comparison, Leadfeeder allowed me to select an individual Google Analytics property & view and within 10 minutes had returned data for the previous day. I don’t understand why Fastbase insists on collecting data for every website property and view. It is best practice to create at least 2 Google Analytics views (filtered and unfiltered) and I can’t see why you would want to collect visitor tracking data on both.

Anyway, the results. For visitors starting from the previous day.

  • Who Is Visiting: 1042 companies
  • Leedfeeder: 889 companies
  • Fastbase: 42 companies

I double-checked this because Fastbase was seriously lacking in comparison – but it really did only manage to identify 42 companies.

A raw count of visitors is OK, but part of the service quality is for the software applications to automatically exclude general ISP traffic. I created a filter limiting data to companies who visited a specific page on the site.

  • Who Is Visiting: 19 companies identified of which 3 appeared to be general internet traffic / ISPs
  • Leadfeeder: 21 companies identified of 4 appeared to be general internet traffic / ISPs
  • Fastbase: Unable to filter by page

Only 12 companies were common in the lists from Who Is Visiting and Leadfeeder.

Surprisingly Fastbase doesn’t offer the ability to filter companies based on the page they have viewed (although if you drill-down on a company it does show the pages viewed). For sites with decent traffic this looks like a real oversight as with so much data it becomes a real slog to work through non-relevant visitors.

Instead, I filtered the list to only UK companies:

  • Who Is Visiting: 434 companies
  • Leadfeeder: 544 companies
  • Fastbase: 23 companies

Of the 23 UK companies identified by Fastbase, only 2 appeared in the lists from Leadfeeder and Who Is Visiting – which seemed very low. There were certainly differences between the companies identified by Leadfeeder and Who Is Visiting but generally there were lots of common companies identified. It would appear Fastbase’s database is not nearly as broad/deep as those used by the competitors.

Companies identified by Fastbase included rather obvious ISPs such as Virgin Media Business and Stofa (a well-known Danish ISP) which was disappointing.

What about GDPR?

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on May 25th 2018.

Visitor tracking systems generate lots of data some of which is personally identifiable information (PII) regulated by GDPR. Most of the visitor tracking software suppliers have updated their sites to talk about their GDPR compliance (or at least the steps they are taking towards compliance ready for May 25th).

At the time of writing this post Fastbase does not have any mention of GDPR on it’s website, which seems remarkable for a company with over 780,000 customers and heading to an IPO. Presumably they are taking GDPR seriously and will be in compliance before May.

What about buying lists through Fastbase?

Fastbase founder Rasmus Refer previously founded Masterseek – a database of worldwide company information. Presumably, Fastbase is using this database as its primary source of company and contact information.

In these days of GDPR and explicit consent it is strange to see a new product selling customer lists. Fastbase doesn’t actually tell you what data it is going to supply but I checked and they confirm email and phone numbers for the contacts you select.

This part of the software feels like its been rushed out and not really part of the core Fastbase software. The site is not secure. There is a notion of ‘leads credit’ but this doesn’t work or isn’t explained. At point of purchase you are redirected to a third-party PayPal payment page. Not necessarily a problem – but not what you’d expect of a company about to launch on a London Stock Exchange.

What about the Fastbase AdWords B2B campaign tool?

There is certainly a market opportunity for a simple, easy to use method of creating Google AdWords search ads, for users who don’t want to tackle the complexities of the AdWords interface (although  AdWords Express may be the real answer). Personally, I don’t think this sits within a visitor tracking system but I can see the cross-selling opportunity.

To be fair to Fastbase they have only launched this add-on tool in the last couple of months and it is marked as [New]. But if I’m being kind I’d say it hasn’t been sufficiently tested. If I’m being honest I’d say something else!

It may be that this is an early concept version. But for a company with grand ambitions I’m surprised this has been released.

How much does it cost?

Fastbase operates a freemium model. The free “light” version provides up to 200 web leads per month.

The premium version offers unlimited leads for USD $45 per month (or USD $351 per year).

Fastbase’s competitors all offer free trials but no-one else offers a completely free version. Competitor prices tend to be based on the volume of website traffic – but start from $24/month.

A curious case

Fastbase is a curious case. The visitor tracking software certainly exists and if you do not have budget for a paid product then this is your only choice. However, from the test cases the number of companies identified is significantly lower than competitor products. The G Leads and AdWords B2B add-ons seem out of place and feel rushed, incomplete and not of the required standard for a company about to go for a public listing. Perhaps there are plans for further development but I remain unconvinced.

There is a good argument to be had about the benefits of a Google Analytics add-on vs standalone system for visitor tracking. Here at Peak Demand we recommend Who Is Visiting as a standalone visitor tracking product. But if you prefer the Google Analytics add-on route then Leadfeeder offers a professional and robust product.

One way or another, Fastbase has been very effective in generating hundreds of thousands of customers and clearly has the belief it can massively grow this customer base. It has a reported valuation of $132 million.

Yet for a company expecting to have over 4 million customers by the end of the year, there is surprisingly little information to be found on Google aside from investor press releases. Very few blog posts, forum comments, reviews (good or bad) etc. can be found. Fastbase doesn’t have a LinkedIn profile, has never tweeted and the last Facebook post was in the summer of 2017.

Nothing wrong with that of course. But unusual.

 

Disclaimer

These are my own opinions and I always encourage you to form your own. Fastbase is free (for the light version), so why not give it a try and decide for yourself. Please share your feedback in the comments below. I’m absolutely sure readers of this post will be interested in your views. As part of producing this post, I posed a few questions to Fastbase and CEO, Rasmus, responded personally and promptly to each one.

52 responses to “The Curious Case of Fastbase”

  1. What are you opinions regarding the current push for Pre-ipo shares? As you’ve mentioned the company and software seem real, if flawed in some aspects. Would you see the current push for Pre-ipo share buying as legitimate or a scam, where the current software has been thrown together as a front to give the impression of a legit business.
    I ask because I’m tempted by the IPO but have some serious doubts over their claims of 808k users, but with absolutely no reviews.
    Surely, someone asides from you has had a good or bad experience to write about. Yet there is nothing?

    • Doug, it’s exactly why I call it “the curious case”. There is remarkably little to be found online about a company/product that claims to have over 800k users. There are dozens of press releases aimed at investors – but these are all written by Fastbase themselves and uploaded to PR networks. It’s very difficult to find anything independent at all. Surely a company with 800k users has quite a lot of staff? But not a single one is on LinkedIn. Surely a few of the users would be commenting on forums or review sites? I’m not an investor type so I can’t advise on buying shares – but when a company spends most of its efforts writing press releases promoting their IPO and runs Google Ads purely promoting buying pre-IPO shares, it would certainly make me cautious. Anybody else out there have a view on buying Fastbase pre-IPO shares?

      • Dear Blaine and Doug,

        I am very happy to have found your discussion online.
        I have the same questions as Doug, I was emailed by them with the pre-IPO invitation. It was something really strange.
        I almost deleted the mail but then I Googled around and too many “independent” looking sites were mentioning them. Maybe Blaine has the point stating that all post were committed by them.
        I totally agree that the lack of employee references makes one thinker and suspicious.

        Only Rasmus Refer has a LinkedIn profile, stating something a way too impressive to sound realistic:
        https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6380350927362232320/

        I only have one question left: if – as Blaine highlighted – the product itself lags behind the competition, why / how do they want to go to LSE? Without no big deal in the product, it sounds like a hype/scam.

        A successful investor advised me not to waste too much time / money with any IPOs since they all want to make money from unexperienced novices.

        I use eToro. When the IPO is over, maybe Fastbase would also be available as CFD so anyone with the feeling to give it a try could also buy in.

        • Hi Thomas, pleased to have you join this discussion.

          It would be great to have anyone who has already invested in Fastbase pre-IPO to let us know the evaluation process they’ve been through and what led them to their investment decision.

          I’ve carried out a product review but it is only my personal opinion. Presumably anyone who has invested or is considering investment has been impressed by the product or has found enough confidence from independent sources before parting with cash. If you are out there please let us know!

  2. Dear Sirs,

    I finally found a little info on the company:
    https://www.zoominfo.com/c/fastbase-inc/370930565
    It is clear from this comparison that there are several competitors with much more employees and revenues.

    However, as I read in some articles, the big deal may not be the Google Adwords integration that is out there since 2016 but a new, recent integration into large CRM systems like SalesForce, etc.

    I will give it a try with only a little sum I may afford to loose and modify the stake size when it shows significant uptrend.

    Good luck, Everyone!

  3. “…As part of producing this post, I posed a few questions to Fastbase and CEO, Rasmus…”

    Hello Blaine, a very good post you have here. However, would you consider seeking up-to-date answers to the never-ending complaints of potential Fastbase subscribers regarding, but not limited to, alleged spamming, lack of independent positive feedback, ever-changing date for reserving shares, etc., from Fastbase and CEO, Rasmus. Keep up the good work. Thank you.

    • Hi BV Jackpot, I did put your questions to Rasmus and invited him to respond, but he says it is not possible to reply or comment on blogs or communities. He has invited you to ask your questions to the support team via their live chat. If you do gain any responses from this channel please do post here as I’m sure others will be interested also. Thanks Blaine

        • Hi Alan, if your question is about how to access the live chat, it is available when you login to fastbase and click the blue icon in the lower right corner. If the question is whether the live chat service is helpful then I’m not really in a position to say as I’ve only used it once or twice. I was surprised to receive a live chat response from the CEO himself though! What is your experience with it?

  4. I got one E Mail back from the CEO after the closing date was moved the first time. I asked him why it had changed. I also told him my interest was because I was a Gunsynd share holder. All he said was that they had huge interest in the Pre IPO offer and he then offered for me to buy Fastbase, up to 50,000 shares AT A VERY SPECIAL DISCOUNT….I ran a mile and never looked back.

    • There is a press release out there (published by Fastbase) in which they claim to have signed a 2-year partnership with the well respected research company Gartner Inc. However, the Gartner Inc press office have contacted me to say that the announcement was not approved, is not factually accurate and that they demanded Fastbase remove the press release. There is no relationship between Fastbase and Gartner Inc. Given that the only information available on Fastbase comes from self-published press releases it does raise some doubts.

      • Gartner believes Fastbase, Inc.’s success reflects the trend that data and analytics are becoming mainstream. Philip Grip Blomberg, Senior Account Executive at Gartner, Inc. emphasizes “We are pleased to be a part of this success and to assist Fastbase, Inc. to become a leading player in the big data industry, and to help build new analytics products for the next generation.”

        I found this. Can you show the comments from Gartner that conflicts with the above. Interested to see.

  5. Hi all

    I asked Rasmus, why no one has been contacted regarding shares transfer…..his answer was to send me the last newsletter stating the delay with IPO.

    It’s discusting behaviour for a CEO to tell holders they would be contacted for shares transfer but, after no contact, I have had to chase him for a response.

    Hate to say it, but this is looking like a scam!

  6. Even more strange that every phonecall or E Mail is answered by the CEO. Looks very likely there is no-one employed in my opinion.

  7. Fastbase still pumping out their press releases via cision…. problem is everything can only be sourced from fastbase.
    Why have, not one of the ‘800000’ companies using fastbase, given a review or feedback or anything independently.

  8. I also spoke with a Gartner manager in London,after the press release, they also confirmed to me that the partnership and statement from fastbase was inaccurate and would investigate further, hence the Gartner release asking fastbase to remove their claims.

  9. Another alarming thing I found out is that fastbase is not listed as a Google approved affiliate…all similar companies to fastbase,such as leadberry are listed on Google as affiliated, but no fastbase.

    I put this finding to Rasmus and his response was that, it was not a priority, so they haven’t bothered.

    More alarm bells ringing in my ears!

  10. “Fastbase, Inc. Market Penetration on Upward Trajectory
    Fastbase, Inc.’s WebLeads has grown by 27% in 2018 with 840,000 websites now signed up to use the software including blue chip brands like Google, LinkedIn, Citrix, KPMG, and CapGemini.”

    This was on newsletter dated 20 June, but no mention made of listing.
    I was wondering when reading this, why would google sign up to use something when the tool uses the google analytics?

    oh dear, hope i havent wasted mine and someone elses money.

  11. Dear Sirs,

    it’s been months since I last visited your page.
    In the meantime I started reserving shares with the IPO and encountered another strange/weird thing:

    in the share purchase agreement – which was hardly written by a native English speaker – Fastbase Inc. was mentioned as an American company, with central office located in Delaware – a sort of tax haven(?).
    Since the news were all mentioning a Danish company, I turned to the tax office in Delaware to find out who/what Fastbase Inc. was. They confirmed that Fastbase Inc. still has unpaid tax obligation and the address printed on the share purchase agreement no longer belongs to Fastbase Inc.

    I phoned Gunsynd about my concerns but I could not directly speak to the CEO. Lucy Williams (http://pcorpfin.com/corporate-broking/) confirmed that there were negotiations between Gunsynd and Fastbase but it was also far from anything concrete. Still there is no info on their site about Fastbase.

    To my greatest luck, it turned out that as a beginner private investor I wouldn’t have access to LSE AIM, so I needed to cancel my share purchase with Fastbase. Although they replied almost instantly and accepted my cancellation, one month ago Fastbase sent me a payable invoice via PayPal. Of course, I refused to pay.

    Isn’t it funny, how little memory they have in a game-changer / successful database / CRM system they have raved about for quite some time now?

    Sorry for this long post. I just wanted to confirm that this hardly can be anything else than a scam.

    Best regards,
    Thomas

  12. Well, does anyone have information on how to cancel the share purchase? If we already paid, the share transfer has not happened, as the listing has not happened.

  13. Ah! I thought I was the only one who felt like this was a giant scam. I’m glad I found this forum.

    The Fasebase service is full of red flags. They have no mention of GDPR compliance and they are scraping user information off of LinkedIn, just to name a couple! I hope others are not fooled and scammed by this.

  14. We also got sucked in from the Gun B.B.
    Unfortunately we were very naive and invested in Fastbase. We have not had a update since March and becoming very concerned. Does anyone have any advise on what to do to get our money back. There will be so many people like us. Surely If this is a scam Rasmus cannot get away with taking everyone’s money Scott free!

      • I have written to [email protected] asking about the listing, I have not received a reply.

        I also wrote to Lucy Williams. She says that peter house capital are the broker to gunsynd not fastbase and would forward to them to see if they have any further information.

        I have also now emailed businessinsider.com to ask if they have can enquire for further information on fastbase… as they are distributing the press releases via their site.

        I will keep everyone informed if I hear from investor @fastbase, gunsynd or businessinsider.com.

    • Rasmus, would you be able to answer concerns from the worried Fastbase IPO investors who have taken time to post on this blog? They do not seem to have been reassured by the regular investor newsletter. I’m sure they would welcome your comments.

  15. Rasmus

    Can you please provide some feedback on some of concerns raised on this message thread, specifically about the perceived scam taking place of fastbase ‘shareholders’.

    Blaine, what’s your assessment? scam?

    I hope, for the decent folk who invested their hard earned money into fastbase, that they get something back.

  16. Buongiorno sono italiano e non parlo inglese forse non è la sede più appropriata per esprimere il mio pensiero, sono stato contattato non per comprare azioni ma per vendere il servizio ad aziende che hanno come core business il B2B da ignorante dico che all’apparenza mi sembra un ottimo servizio rapportato al prezzo a cui dovrebbe essere proposto ed in Italia saremmo all’inizio.
    A me per poter attivare il mio account mi è stata chiesta una Fee di ingresso.

    Se fosse possibile vorrei avere dei consigli in merito e delle considerazioni da parte di chi sta promuovendo il servizio ad aziende in altri Stati.

    Grazie in anticipo per la risposta

    • English Google translation:
      Good morning I’m Italian and I do not speak English maybe it’s not the most appropriate place to express my thoughts, I’ve been contacted not to buy shares but to sell the service to companies whose core business is the ignorant B2B I say that apparently it seems to me an excellent service compared to the price that should be proposed and in Italy we would be at the beginning.
      In order to activate my account, I was asked for an entry fee.

      If it were possible, I would like to have some advice and considerations from those who are promoting the service to companies in other countries.

      Thanks in advance for your reply

  17. I am a shareholder of Masterseek, another Rasmus Refer company. We have had no newsletters the last half year. A listing / IPO has been promised by RR for a couple of years aready. But so far nothing happens as far as we know. Are any of you shareholders of Ms too ?

    • No thankfully I don’t hold Ms shares.

      To be honest I researched masters eek and it seems to be an empty shell of a company…. There are many similarities between the promotion of Ms a few years ago and the current promotion of fastbase.

      Worrying!

  18. Thankfully between this forum and the chat board for GUN on LSE, there are a number of us fastbase shareholder’s…..
    If this ipo doesn’t go ahead, like RRs other companies masters eek, saqio etc… .. I feel there are enough of us to collectively join together to get our money back or take legal action collectively.
    I say collectively as this would save us a lot of time and money to instruct a legal practice to go after fastbase.

  19. I unforumately bought a small amount of shares in this ompany definitely seems like a scam now..how stupid do i feel. Asked for a refund to test the waters. surprise surprise no response.

    • I just received a response regards asking for a refund.

      Fastbase Investor Relations
      Sep 16, 2018, 11:35 AM (6 days ago)
      to rr, hc, me

      Dear Kenny,

      I have to inform you that your shares can not be traded before Fastbase Inc. is publicly listed (then however all pre-IPO investors are underlying a “hold-period” of min 4 month).
      The pre-IPO investments are part of the funding of the working capital needed for the IPO and further company development and as such ensuring best circumstances for the listing regarding company valuation i.e. share price.

      I have the feeling that you have never received our newsletter, thus please find it below. News will be released in the coming days accordingly.

      We are happy to have you as investor and be assured we are pursuing common objectives.

      Best regards
      Henrik Carstensen
      Investor Relations
      Fastbase Inc.

      Fastbase Investor Newsletter

      July 27, 2018

      Dear Investor, we would like to inform you about the ongoing process as follows: Fastbase, Inc. has been approached by a renown European investment bank and consultations are carried out to discuss terms and conditions for a larger investment in Fastbase Inc. to conclude before the end of August.

      Further two English broker firms have showed strong interest in our market proposal and approach. Preliminary talks with these firms have emphasized the pertinence of our service in the marketplace. Consultations are taking place in London and we are awaiting definite proposals regarding the listing on LSE accordingly beginning of August. Because we want to maximize our success as a public company, we are working diligently with our financial advisors and expect to sign agreements for both a greater investment as well as the final planning and timeline for the listing on LSE. Through the investment Fastbase will increase the impact of the global expansion and market appearance and endorse Fastbase Inc. company valuation and set limelight on Fastbase Inc. as a public listed company.

      Henrik Carstensen

      Fastbase Inc.

      null

  20. To me that reads that your money is spent on pre ipo costs and product development and if the IPO does not go ahead you’ve lost it.
    Correct me if i’m wrong here.

  21. Ok guys… let me spoil the fun: I’m 2000% sure Rasmus Refer and Masterseek, Fastbase and many of his other so called businesses is A FRAUD.
    I accidentally stumbled onto this message board.
    I invested a lot of money in Masterseek more then a decade ago only to learn that it is an fraudulent business. All businesses related to Rasmus Refer are. Somehow he is able to repeat and repeat the same scam with different companies for about two decades now. I fell into the same trap… promises, promises,… but a website online that a ten year old can code in a few weeks… for years and years! Every few months he promises another investor, another stock exchange listing, one more thing, etc… LIES, LIES, LIES. In several countries state agencies have issued warnings to protect investors from doing business with him. You can find some of them only. Specifically in the context of Masterseek. I have even been contacted by the federal police in my country because I wired money to him for buying shares in Masterseek from my business bank account. Basically, the authorities know all about him and his business but somehow, he has his stuff setup/organized in a way that it is not easy or not worth it to try to really prosecute him and put him in jail. Even I didn’t really try.
    SO DO NOT BE FOOLED: EVERYTHING HE TELLS YOU, EVERY PRESS RELEASE IS A SCAM…. NO STOCK EXCHANGE LISTINGS, NO MAJOR INVESTORS, NO NOTHING.
    Be warned!

  22. Thank you Jade, you have confirmed my fears.
    Everything you say sounds very familiar to my experience with Fastbase. I doubt we will ever see our money again.

  23. We have now forwarded some of these negative comment on this blog to our lawyer, that will take legal action against all shareholders that have spread negative words about Fastbase.

    Fastbase Investors are very welcome to call or write directly to me.

    Rasmus Refer, CEO
    Fastbase Inc.
    +45 20 300 606
    [email protected]

    • Hi Rasmus, I have contacted you on numerous occasions asking you to address the concerns of the people on this blog who have invested their money with you. You have threatened me personally with legal action for hosting this blog and now you threaten your own shareholders. It is surprising and disappointing that you won’t engage constructively with the issues raised by your own shareholders. I stand by the article – Fastbase is a very curious case.

  24. I am also a worried Fastbase investor who is feeling very stupid. This latest update from FB doesn’t commit to any dates YET AGAIN.

    I looked through old newsletters and it said ‘we are on course to IPO in June 2018’. According to your own latest update RASMUS, Fastbase is not even registered as a company in the UK, so how were you on course to IPO in June 2018? Can you explain what has happened in the last 6 months that means you are not even yet registered as a company in the UK? (as per your IPO newsletter).

    What are the options here for investors? It sounds like a few of us are in the same boat.

    I have contacted Actionfraud because of these continual delays (and still no IPO date!) and suggest others who have invested and are concerned should do the same.

    • Rasmus

      From the last fastbase update you say fastbase will be registered in UK in next 6 weeks…. If this does not occur, my legal team is ready to start coming after you for my investment and compensation.

      Can you also inform your investors on this forum who your lawyer is?

      No more hot air Mr Refer.

  25. Hi Jon,

    Yes, things are really curious here. How can Fastbase have 800000 customers and none of them have written a review about Fastbase.

  26. Henrik Carstensen who I think is the Fastbase CMO said
    “Fastbase, Inc. has been approached by a renown European investment bank and consultations are carried out to discuss terms and conditions for a larger investment in Fastbase Inc. to conclude before the end of August.”

    Its now October, so what happened to this investment Henrik ?

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