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I thought it was franklin Gothic, but then those E's fucked my eyes up
maybe Arial Bold because the C is not Helvetica?
But I'm to lazzy to check.
Reminds me of the old Vodafone corporate font, made by Dalton Maag and based on Interface.
It's probably the Bold or Extra Bold version.
The "M" is a bit off from I remember tho'
"Pardon the interruption, QBNers. I found a font which I would like to employ, but I do not know the name of it. Would anyone here happen to recognize it and be able to tell me its name so that I may procure it for use in my project? Thanks!"