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nodummy Member Level  Tuesday, 06/21/11 08:43:19 AM
Re: loanranger post# 11754
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FBCD - you'll find this interesting too

Christopher LeClerc's other publicly trading company that he has been involved with as an officer (mostly as president and CEO or CFO) going all the way back to 2004 (Liska Biometry Inc - LSKA) got $5,300,000 in financing from Capitoline Advisors Inc that they never disclosed.

http://www.capitolineadvisors.com/Transactions.html




Since LSKA never disclosed having gotten this financing in any filings or any press releases or even on their website it sort of makes you wonder where the money really went and what it got used for.

Odd isn't it that a dead company like LSKA that hasn't filed a financial statement since 2007 can get $5,300,000 in financing and FBCD can't come up with $250,000 for the Super Rad Corp deal.

LSKA used to trade at $.19/share at the time of its last financial statement in 2007. Since then it has gone all the way down to $.0014/share.


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Side Note: Capitoline Advisors Inc arranged a lot of financing for Amerex.

http://www.capitolineadvisors.com/Transactions.html

The two executives of Capitoline, NICHOLAS J. MALINO and ROBERT T. ROEVER were both officers of Amerex Group Inc (AEXG). Malino was the former CEO and Roever a long time director.

http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/AEXG/financials



Other Side Note: Capitoline Advisors Inc and Capitoline Ventures II, LLC (another Robert Roever company) were both heavily involved in financing agreements with Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ).






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