|Stock Scam |
|5th of Nov, 2011 by sheigel |
This man (Norman Meier)along with Jordan Shapiro and their attorney Penny Green took their publicly traded companies and created what is called a "Pump and Dump". What they did is place out false information (paid news companies in some cases 7500 Beacon Equity) causing the stock to increase significantly and they sell their stock and make money the stock eventually tanks to nothing.
Now you should know that this was a shell company they did not own a piece of equiptment, their mining leases were either sold off for profit and diverted into Mr. Meiers off shore accounts. The entire Board of directors resigned, now Penny Green Atty at law files bogus SEC filings. Mr. Meier and Mr. Shapiro made a loan for close to one million dollars from Tecton Corp to Hemis Corp with out board approval and all the monies went into Meiers and Shapiros accounts. Meier has a phony PHD, i have hired a Private investigation company and they turned up so much fraud its not even funny. I have turned all of this over to the DOJ> Stay away from these people, also George Kuenzli is part of this scam too. STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE THEY WILL STEAL EVERYTHING YOU HAVE
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