History of misleading information…

Hello folks… well, there hasn’t been too much to write about of late… and I guess that’s the point.  The lack of action seems to be a continuation of previous history.  It seems like the only action of late is the selling of shares to unsuspecting and naive investors that seem to make investment decision on hype rather than real, easily obtainable, information.

Take the poster that posted today about Joe Sirianni’s response to when the websites will be up and running.  The response, in short… take his word for it, they are working hard on them.  So it’s been quite a while since the “Private Transaction” took place, which Mr. Samblis and Mr. Siiranni are calling a “sale”.  And, it been almost 2 1/2 months since Mr. Sirianni announced in his March 29th presser, that the websites would be up and running “within the next 45 days”.

Now… anyone even remotely familiar with websites knows that even a 12 year old can have a website up and running in a matter of hours.  There has been well more than enough time to construct not only a website, but a first class website, so one can only conclude that this whole sale thing is just another effort to gin up support for share sales.  History proves that there will be folks out there that believe CEO hype.  Just a few posts later one can see that a poster admits to “holding so many shares”.  One needs to look no farther than a poster hyping the company than to conclude who was left holding the bag on the last pump and dump.  If you own a ton of shares – at a loss, then the only hope of getting some of your money back is to go on a message board and try and convince some other poor sucker to buy your worthless shares.  And apparently those type of folks are out there !  During the most recent pump and dump millions upon millions of now near worthless shares were sold.  Asher is likely smiling from ear to ear on the way to the bank !

It’s just a shame that folks don’t so so much as a rudimentary Google search on this company and it’s officers prior to investing.  The information is readily available with a simple Google search, or, within this forum.  In this case, a simple Google search to do a little DD could save you a lot of hard earned cash.

Folks… it’s up to you.  Experienced folks can lead you to the water, but they can’t make you drink.  Do your DD !!!  If you have extra money to throw away, please consider a worthy charity.

 

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