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WWIO didn't buy a property in bankruptcy

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stockmasterflash   Thursday, 11/09/17 11:15:10 AM
Re: Jake9905 post# 8282
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WWIO didn't buy a property in bankruptcy

They bought SHARES in a bankrupt COMPANY. (See PR below) Shares that will become worthless when the bank auctions the property

As for toxic lenders, the WWIO is an UNlicensed toxic lender himself. California CEASE and DESIST order against him

Anthony L. Anish

http://www.dbo.ca.gov/ENF/pdf/2010/MoneyLineCapital_dr.pdf

Henderson, NV, Nov. 09, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Wowio, Inc. (OTC Pink: WWIO) “WWIO or The Company” has entered into an agreement for its wholly owned subsidiary to purchase 100% of the issued share capital in BLRR Corp., subject to current debt. BLRR Corp. owns the membership units of Pyjke Company One, LLC., the owner of an 11.2 acre real estate site in Huron, Northern California.


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