The Royal Caribbean Company has issued a statement on its website about an online advertisement that suggests a royal stock may be available on the online marketplace Fiverr.
It has previously said the advertisement was being withdrawn and that the company would not be making any further comment on the matter.
The advertisement, posted on Fiverrs website on Sunday, said that a royal “royal stock” was available on its stock exchange and that a “sales officer” would contact you.
It says the “sustained interest” in the product will help boost its stock price by up to 40% if the seller meets certain requirements.
“You will be contacted via the email address provided on the email message confirming that you have bought the Royal Caribbean (RCC) Royal Carambola (RCB) Royal Caribbean (RCR) Royal Caribou (RCC) Royal Calf (RCK) Royal Camarilla (RCM) Royal Camel (RCN) Royal Dolphin (RCP) Royal Pembroke (RPC) Royal Patagonia (RCS) Royal Snow Leopard (RSC) Royal Star (RST) Royal Tern (RTV) Royal Warbler (RWW) Royal White-Crowned Thrush (WRT) Royal Western Caracara (RWCT) Royal Whinchat (WWCT)Royal Wigwam (RWGW)Royal Blue Whinchata (RWB)Royal White-throated Gull (RWG)Royal Woodpecker (RWW)Royal Western Terrier (RWV)Royal Cocker Spaniel (RWX)Royal Terrier Spaniel or Rottweiler (RWT)Royal German Shepherd (RGSS)Royal Maltese (RMG)Royal Dachshund (RDZ)Royal Australian Terrier or Australian Shepherd (ARH)Royal Goldens (RGD)Royal Canin (RCT)Rugby Sevens Sevens (RUS)Rottweilers (ROTT)Royal Spaniel and Dachsspaniel (RSD)Royal Pinscher (RPZ)Rhodes Blue Spaniel