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Welcome to the Asher Board.

The purpose of this board is to discuss pennystocks that are funded by CONVERTIBLE NOTES and the effects they can have of the price per share.

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Asher Enterprises, Inc - toxic debt financier

Has Asher Enterprises Inc become the most common and most toxic of the penny stock financiers?

Over the past several months I have seen Asher Enterprises Inc show up in more and more penny stock filings.

Doing a search through SEC reporting companies brings up the name Asher Enterprises Inc almost 800 times since March of 2010

Asher Enterprises, Inc is a toxic debt financing company domiciled in Delaware, located in New York, and run by Curt Kramer.

1 Linden Pl., Suite 207
Great Neck, NY. 11021
Curt Kramer, President

People may recognize the name Curt Kramer from Mazuma Holding Inc and Mazuma Funding Corp. Mazuma ran out of the same office as Asher Enterprises, Inc. While involved with Mazuma, Curt Kramer and his partner Charlie Mayo helped finance several penny stock scam companies.

Asher Enterprises Inc usually gets involved in smaller sized financing agreements that do not require S-1 filings. Common factors in Asher Enterprises Inc financing agreements are really high interest rates and especially ugly conversion ratios. The terms of most Asher Enterprises Inc Notes allow Asher to convert their debt into free trading shares at a 60% discount to the 3 worst closing prices over the previous 10 trading days. Taking the 3 worst closing prices over the previous 10 trading days can often translate into Asher Enterprises Inc getting their shares at well below half of the market price.

These kind of toxic debt arrangements are the most damaging type of financing arrangements because of the high amount of interest the Notes accumulate and the huge discounts given on the shares issued to the Note holder.

The lower the share price goes the more profitable these toxic debt agreements become for the Note holder like Asher Enterprises Inc. Because of this there is incentive for the Note holder to short the stock to drive down the price before converting the Note into free trading shares. After converting the Note into shares the interest changes to pumping the stock to attract buyers to try to sell those shares at as high a price as possible. The Note holder will often times pay for a promotion to facilitate the dumping of their shares. This brings in unsuspecting investors who have no idea they are about to get dumped on probably causing them great losses.

The dumping of these super discount shares drives down the share price of the stock. The lower the share price goes the harder it becomes for the company to raise capital forcing the company to seek out more toxic financing agreements. The lower the share price goes the more discounted shares have to be issued to settle these toxic debts in the future. The company is now trapped in a toxic death cycle. Once a company signs a toxic financing agreement like the type that Asher Enterprises Inc offers there is usually no escaping the inevitable toxic death cycle after that. The outstanding share count will continue to go up and the share price will continue to go down.

It is for this reason that all investors (whether short term flippers or long term investors) need to learn to read filings and recognize toxic financing agreements. Look for convertible debt Notes and look at the terms of those Notes.

Unfortunately not all penny stocks are fully reporting. For non-reporting companies there is usually no way to know if the company is involved in a toxic financing arrangement. This is one of the reasons that non-reporting companies are so risky. You never know when dilution is going to be a major factor in destroying the share price.

Not every toxic Note holder has an easily recognizable name like Asher Enterprises Inc or Lionheart Associates LLC or JMJ Financial or Tangiers Investors LP or NIR Group. Sometimes it is the insiders of the company (former officers/directors, current officers/directors, friends and relatives of former or current officers/directors, etc) that set up toxic convertible debt Notes for their own self enrichment.

Any time you see a convertible debt Note show up in a company filing you better be well aware of when the Note holder received that debt Note and when that Note can start being converted into discounted free trading shares. All convertible debt Notes are red flags for future dilution.

Hopefully some of the changes that come out of the recent SEC Roundtable on the Execution, Clearance and Settlement of Microcap Securities will help curve these self enrichment scams that involve insider owned Toxic debt Notes and also prevent the market manipulation that so often comes with all Toxic financing agreements like the ones offered by Asher Enterprises Inc.

i did not write this, here is where i got this from:

Generic info on Asher Enterprises

Asher Enterprises
Asher Enterprises: A privately owned investment company, Asher Enterprises is located in Great Neck, New York. As an investment company, this organization provides funds to small businesses. Small businesses often have limited access to funding, so private investments are important to their growth. Curt Kramer, sole shareholder, ensures that each investment, no matter how small, makes a large difference.

The Purpose of Asher Enterprises

Kramer has created a company that helps small businesses thrive. Through private investment, up and coming companies can access the funds they need to launch. These funds contribute to operations and development. As a result, small businesses can access capital without having to fight banks for it. For many small business owners, this is one of the most important perks of the company.

Our Firm vs. Big Banks

Banks have traditionally offered little to small businesses. They want to see growth and success before lending their money. But how can small businesses show growth before securing the funds necessary to achieve it? This is where privately owned investment companies come into play. These companies loan money to small businesses from their own assets.

How Our Company Operates

Our firm gives loans in exchange for Convertible Promissory Notes. The company can convert these notes into equity. By using equity instead of cash, the cash flow of the small businesses is left undisturbed. Borrowers often prefer this arrangement-another way in which private investment trumps business with banks.

Catering to the Needs of Small Businesses

Kramer understands the limitations that small businesses face with regard to funding. Capital and loans simply are not readily available for small businesses. To solve this issue, the company provides access to necessary funds. However, the organization takes this a step further than many other firms. Its approach reduces traditional obstacles that slow the business development process. This helps businesses grow faster.

A History of Success

Since first opening its doors, this investment company has worked with over 400 borrowers. Many of these borrowers have gone so far as to ask for advances. This trust, and willingness to work with the organization, proves that the company is successful. The investment structure it has put into place is appreciated by borrowers. As a result, it is beneficial to all parties involved.

The organization's business model entails providing convertible loans to small companies. This business structure is compliant with Securities Exchange Commission objectives. Additionally, the company's goals are common with those of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

Simply put, these goals are to improve the business environment for small organizations. The JOBS Act passed by the House of Representatives further echoes this objective.

An Ally to Small Businesses

In today's financial climate, banks do not take many risks on up and coming businesses. At the same time, the economy has prompted many entrepreneurs to start new ventures. The discrepancy between these two facts could prove ruinous for new business owners. Fortunately, private investment firms can provide funding that banks refuse to supply. This is, largely, why so many small businesses are growing despite a down economy.

Creating Value for Borrowers

Asher Enterprises Great Neck, NY understands what small business owners need to thrive. The company's structure allows it to lend to small organizations that banks will not approve. As a result, our firm creates value for its borrowers in several different forms. Most importantly, it provides the opportunity for businesses to grow.

Asher Enterprises Follows Guidance of Investment Guru

Asher Enterprises, of Great Neck, New York, is led by Curt Kramer. Family-oriented, Kramer is a successful private investor who understands the market. His leadership has created an organization that provides an invaluable service to small businesses.

But what makes Kramer so successful? Here are a few interesting facts about the man behind the business.

Kramer married his high school sweetheart and they have three children.
Kramer has called Nassau County, Long Island, home since the day he was born. He loves his community and works to improve it every day.
Kramer loves books and he shares his private collection with Asher Enterprises employees. Continually improving his understanding of the world around him contributes to his success.
He is a self-made professional who has helped countless employees. Through his guidance, they have gone on to create successful careers.
Kramer is a thoughtful expert in his field. His employees and vendors appreciate his approach to business. Additionally, they appreciate his personal attention.
Punctual, motivated, and hard working, Kramer often puts in fourteen hour days. Frequently, he works from 7:30 in the morning to 9:30 at night. He hates procrastinating; instead, he completes everything in a timely manner. This is one of the reasons his employees and clients enjoy working with him.
Kramer knows how to create a positive work environment. He does so by showing his appreciation to employees and clients. He believes that working relationships should prove uplifting, and as such he encourages positive interaction.
As a financial professional, he is a discerning consumer. Kramer's spending habits are well-balanced and responsible. When he has extra money, he enjoys helping people in need. This includes investing in new businesses and contributing to charities.
Philanthropy is very near and dear to Kramer's heart. He loves the fact that he can help children who are afflicted with serious illnesses. As a father, he understands the pain that other parents feel when their kids are sick. He has contributed to the following organizations:
North Shore LIJ
Kramer's Kidz Club at Cohen's Children's Hospital
Kramer's Kidz Club at Children's Medical Center
St. Jude Children's Hospital
Children's Medical Center
Make a Wish Foundation
In Great Neck, New York, Asher Enterprises is a beloved organization. The company has helped hundreds of people realize their entrepreneurial dreams. Asher Enterprises Great Neck, NY has become, in that way, a pivotal part of the business environment. Curt Kramer continues to lead Asher Enterprises to success.

#464  Sticky Note **********PICS: ALLSTARS & HALL OF FAME********** IMPERIAL DRAGON 09/20/14 03:30:32 AM
#463  Sticky Note janice shell 09/19/14 07:19:44 PM
#462  Sticky Note FINRA declined a request to process a stock surfkast 09/19/14 10:27:48 AM
#500   TPAC June1-PR Convertible Note With KBM/Asher Retired imgoingfishing1 06/09/15 04:57:21 PM
#499   This keeps getting better and better, I just MR.METICULOUS 04/15/15 08:06:03 AM
#498 [SMART MONEY] 03/18/15 04:25:38 AM
#497   it looks like asher still Owns $HDSI, a MR.METICULOUS 03/17/15 08:55:06 AM
#496   $HDSI another Asher fraud exposed MR.METICULOUS 03/17/15 08:24:08 AM
#495   VIZC an Asher 2fer stockmasterflash 03/13/15 04:05:52 PM
#494   $$$$------Josh Sason made Millions from penny Stock Financing-----$$$$ [SMART MONEY] 03/12/15 10:37:12 AM
#493   ASHER SUCKS look at HJOE and what they johnnytrader33 03/11/15 07:47:28 PM
#492   thank you lots/ mick 01/06/15 02:10:43 PM
#491   Notice how many SC 13G/a from Asher last-year...Lol==> Sibware 01/05/15 06:07:29 PM
#490   yes on all asher toxic funding. thank you. mick 01/05/15 05:49:14 PM
#489   Curt Kramer's Pics, Phone, Email, Address, Public Records ... mick 01/05/15 02:43:23 PM
#488   Toxic Financing / PennyMann - PennyMann / Where mick 01/05/15 02:42:06 PM
#487   Insider Trading - Kramer Curt A - Form mick 01/05/15 02:40:47 PM
#486   FINRA Blacklists Curt Kramer, Mazuma and Asher Enterprises mick 01/05/15 02:33:58 PM
#485   Yep!A/S increase is always necessary to cover the Sibware 01/02/15 03:49:50 AM
#484   there at least one coming due about 6 mick 01/01/15 11:59:11 PM
#483   Agree!May very well go to .0001 if mnmgmnt Sibware 01/01/15 11:56:12 PM
#482   0.09 to?????/ fundamentals not good according to ASHER'S mick 01/01/15 11:50:04 PM
#481   Yep!the first boom, which usually happen over .001, Sibware 01/01/15 11:36:11 PM
#480   these have to be perfectly timed or one mick 01/01/15 11:27:25 PM
#479   Just updated my last post. Sibware 01/01/15 11:07:02 PM
#478   or when asher completely out/\ asher bigtime money winner/\ mick 01/01/15 10:57:00 PM
#477   De nada amigo!!! Sibware 01/01/15 10:53:28 PM
#476   thank you this scenario/ ajac others/\ mick 01/01/15 10:40:52 PM
#475   thank you very much my friend/ happy new mick 01/01/15 10:29:07 PM
#474   Yep. Problem is: Sibware 12/31/14 03:36:48 PM
#473   Seth Kramer is the brother of Kurt Kramer... Sibware 12/31/14 03:31:59 PM
#472   DON'T QUOTE ME MICK.....Sterling said not much dilution IMPERIAL DRAGON 12/31/14 03:21:48 PM
#471   thank you, i can see why big dilution/\ mick 12/31/14 03:16:04 PM
#470   I believe so Mick....Ask Sterling to see If IMPERIAL DRAGON 12/31/14 03:13:46 PM
#469   is ajac asher funder for this company? mick 12/31/14 03:09:01 PM
#468   It depends on the loan agreement or the Cassandra 12/16/14 06:58:22 PM
#467   Thanks derekwhiston 12/13/14 10:45:33 AM
#466   Yes I believe so. IPO$ 12/13/14 10:27:08 AM
#465   Quick question. When a toxic loan converts derekwhiston 12/12/14 05:20:26 PM
#464   **********PICS: ALLSTARS & HALL OF FAME********** IMPERIAL DRAGON 09/20/14 03:30:32 AM
#463 janice shell 09/19/14 07:19:44 PM
#462   FINRA declined a request to process a stock surfkast 09/19/14 10:27:48 AM
#461   Asher 100% Out of MHYS filed TODAY!!!!!! imgoingfishing1 09/17/14 11:43:26 AM
#460   Must also be involved with AHFD. See the Squats 08/20/14 02:54:32 PM
#459   $APPZ PNKBULLSHT 08/12/14 09:41:01 AM
#458   Turns out Asher Enterprises Inc. also became involved GaryJPalys 07/20/14 08:53:12 AM
#457   more ASHER DIRT [SMART MONEY] 06/24/14 12:22:00 AM
#456   $CMGO no DEBT , NO Asher debt INTRIGUING OPPORTUNITY FINRA 06/11/14 12:44:49 PM
#455   Good afternoon ~ ASHER ~ looking for a RowingDude 06/06/14 03:48:40 PM
#454   Epazz Confirms: Convertible Notes by Asher Enterprises Are IPO$ 05/22/14 04:52:19 PM
#453   OK thanks anyway! TraderpennyX 05/05/14 08:13:50 PM
#452   i dont have a clue, im not aware imgoingfishing1 05/05/14 08:06:09 PM
#451   i fergot their is different name for asher stuff/\ mick 05/03/14 03:21:42 PM