|Cap-Ex - TSX: CEV.V or OTCQX: CPXVF- Brett Matich|
|Stock Scam - Pump and Dump |
|5th of Nov, 2011 by sheigel |
|Details of the five simple steps to turn $0 into $20,000,000 in shares and cash. |
The main two players being Brett Matich and Mik "MANY NAMES".
These two first became "totally welded at the hip" when they spent months together facing "drug running charges" of a very serious nature - of which they were found not guilty.
Since these exciting times the Matich team of Paul and Brett along with Mik "MANY NAMES" have controlled, by directorship and/or mind control, many A.S.X. listed companies including, but not restricted to, ACCLAIM, AZTEC, FOX, RANGE to name just a few. All were involved in the failed YANDAL float with their close friend Michael James Giovinazzo, who copped 18 years porridge for punting away the seed capital.
Also note, Matthew Lewis, a former director of Range Resources Ltd, an appointee of Mik "MANY NAMES", has re-surfaced in this latest "little number".
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