We all know that notes are converting. The note-holders businesses is NOT investing in stock, rather lending money. So we all know the amount of notes outstanding and their conversion date. I guess I am wondering why you are so surprised that the conversions are happening? you stated that ' "tom is dumping shares as fast as he can. He is one of the biggest diluters in OTC history". For starters Tom isn't dumping shares, the notes are being converted to shares and then dumped by the note-holder, which again is there business model. Secondly BVTK is NOT "one of the biggest diluters in OTC history." A little research will yield many many other companies that diluted many times more shares than has BVTK.