And that is that. Bye to all.
What a scam. They shift ALL their assets to Healthtech Solution (HLTT) in a complicated deal that closed on January 31st. They have nothing. How can you reorganize under Chapter 11 when you have disposed off all your assets? Isn't that a fraudulent transfer? We need to oppose the bankruptcy reorganization.
lol. really? how did that work out?
That is a good question.....
Are you seriously posting something from Hindenburg from 2019? You obviously know Hindenburg shorts stocks. I have no idea why you are bringing this up at this time.
Last week, key $PRED promoter Barry Davis of HotStocksNYC deleted most of his YouTube videos admitting being paid $175k to promote $PRED— Hindenburg Research (@HindenburgRes) July 22, 2019
Davis is a convicted felon, having previously served time for stock manipulation
(He once made the cover of Barron's)https://t.co/gyzLrkzjMK pic.twitter.com/m8Cz0rEGZd
What do they even have to offer ??????
Yeah, I am not happy whatsoever. I am praying that they will start trading again eventually and do it right this time. So many missteps
Dj feel horrible for all in this ..lots of friends who didn't heed my warnings hurt bad
Unfortunately, you probably will not get any real information from this board. We just have to wait this out until we see some new filings. Meanwhile, we are stuck sitting here. This has been a nightmare.
the stock went to 6 I'm sure they all made a nice score ..remember the big guy..being touted by one poster here who always claimed to have insight into the inner circle. scam maybe pump and dump certainly. I told all here to not buy a share till you see Sorrentino buy stock in the open market which of course you never did because he knew it was money going down the drain. BTW the last we heard from big John was the letter to shareholders refuting the Hindy allegations early on and not a peep from him since. That to me was also a flag as the only communication was coming from Brad.
Good luck to all still holding shares tax write off appears to be only value now.
In addition, Sorrentino and the rest are still there as far as I know, and I don't see how they could have made any money on this.
Endometriosis and Ken Ward were a sinkhole
100% truth. Sorrentino should face the music.
Yeah, but he could not have gotten away with it without the full complicity of the Board. After all, they provided the governance and oversight, and supposedly represented the investors in this scam.
John Sorrentino, Michael Dey, Ron Barhorst.
Lock them up.
And me, IB_ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Me and the podcast guy.
Who was it that was warning everyone right after Hindenburg came out with the TRUTH on PRED to GET OUT ????????????????????????
As interesting as the theory may be, we were fed multiple false promises, false information, and false hopes by the current/past leaders of this company. None of them we’re of a caliber leader that could pull off something more than a self enriching print machine. Good for them for making money and screwing us. Nope, Hindy and the boys are no better either.
But if theory land is your belief, this makes an interesting read.
What are your thoughts on cellar boxing? Where a company is targeted to be shorted to absolute shit (using legal -or otherwise [and hiding such activity within required reporting periods]- means) on any shaky premise that short sellers can twist a narrative out of before driving the stock into bankruptcy so they NEVER have to close their positions?
Biotechs are attractive targets for this kind of activity because their bread and butter is in the hard sciences (not you theranos et al) so it's difficult for investors who don't have a very focused intense education in the field to determine for themselves whether a company's technology has potential... they have to rely on the company's marketing or, their competitors attacks- both heavily biased at best, deceptive at worst. It's easy to influence people without a cellar biology background, and they're more likely to err towards caution when someone throws up the buyer beware flag; they can't tell if it's not justified.
Why? We will see.
i would like to see brad in the gray bar hotel in striped pajamas
Are ready to say it is a scam yet?
With Brad owning so many shares, I would think he would want this to trade again and be successful. Just because one poster says Brad is the only one in the office does not mean a whole lot. Majority of people work remotely. I’m not sure how he would know that only Brad is in the office without posting any real proof.
HLTT filed an extension for filing it's 10k on 3/30/23.. It will file before the fifteenth day following the due date, which I assume is 3/31. The reason they gave is that they were unable to complete calculations necessary to close the books for 2022. Hopefully that means they sold some stuff. We should hear next week or the next Monday at the latest.
You were right the entire time. We were all played, and I was one of the biggest suckers of all.
Zugi, my hopes are not high. We shall see. Where is our lab equipment?
Brian you should amend to asking whether it will ever trade again much less this year
I'm not an expert, but this is my take. We'll see when the healthtech numbers come out. If PRED's pass through is substantial, I would say the chances are very good. As usual, we have to wait.
more meaningless garbage for shareholdrs
New scams are always great news. New stuff I can expose
HLTT came out with a letter to stock holders in which it said that it sold 776k of it's wound care products in September and an increasing amount every month since in the fourth quarter. The letter is below and also filed with the SEC.
HEALTHTECH SOLUTIONS, INC.
181 Dante Avenue
Tuckahoe, New York 10707
Annual letter to our shareholders and employees
As the new year emerges, I am using this occasion to reflect on the progress made by your company (“HLTT”) during 2022 and the prospects that we see for 2023. We ended 2021 as a medical technology incubator with only a series of scanning technologies, all of which were a distance from potential revenue. We ended 2022 with multiple profit centers already generating substantial revenue or poised to do so.
Our growth during 2022 can be understood as expansion in three integrated vectors: expansion of technology, expansion of skills, expansion of markets. I will summarize our principal accomplishments in each.
Technology: Acquisition of Wound Care IP.
In January 2022, HLTT acquired the assets of a Utah-based biomedical company related to production of wound care treatments. These assets included an FDA licensed manufacturing facility with equipment, intellectual property, including patents, related to wound care, and a skilled management team. The team included the Laboratory Director, the Chief Laboratory Officer, the Senior Vice President of Quality and Regulatory, and the Chief Medical Officer of the manufacturing lab facility.
In the Spring of 2022, we completed the licensing of our initial wound care product line and appointed World Reach Health, LLC (“WRH”), an experienced distributor of biomedical products (more on WRH below), to develop a market for our wound care products. That market produced its first sales in September 2022, and we reported net revenue of $776,221 for that month. We have recorded increased wound care revenue for each month in the fourth quarter of 2022, and we expect wound care revenue to continue to grow during 2023.
Skills: Acquisition of World Reach Health.
Our relationship with World Reach Health grew throughout 2022, as we saw the potential for mutual benefit to HLTT and to WRH from an enhanced relationship. Jelena Olmstead and Jim Pesoli, the owners and principals of WRH, each worked closely with HLTT management to build the HLTT wound care business. They were also instrumental in establishing our new CLIA lab (see below).
In December 2022, the growth of the relationship culminated in the execution of a binding contract under which HLTT will acquire 51% of the membership interest in World Reach Holdings, the parent company of World Reach Health (WRH). The closing will occur in January 2023. WRH is a distributor of biomedical products and medical devices. It sells directly to medical professionals and also has established a nationwide network of sub-distributors.
The acquisition will provide HLTT assurance of access to markets for the products and services that its subsidiaries develop. Of equal significance, the acquisition will bring into HLTT management the skills and experience provided by Jelena Olmstead and Jim Pesoli. At the closing of the World Reach Holdings transaction, Jelena will become the CEO and Jim the Senior Vice President of HLTT.
Jelena Olmstead. With over 20 years of experience in distribution of medical products and services, Jelena has familiarity with all continuums of care: Acute, LTC, Home Health, Hospice and Wound Care Clinics. Jelena was intimately involved in developing of annual sales strategies and plans, developing Wound Care processes, establishing best practices, and launching many emerging products into the market, while managing national sales and operations teams. Prior to organizing World Reach Health, Jelena served as Director of Business Development for NuMotion, which specialized in medical devices for mobility needs. Jelena was personally involved in the distribution of more than $1.5 billion worth of goods annually over the course of her career. Prior to joining NuMotion, Jelena was the Business Development Director and Key Account Manager for Invacare and for Joerns, both global healthcare manufacturers and distributors of DME and medical devices. Jelena was involved in a multitude of M&As throughout her career.
Jim Pesoli. Jim’s 15 years of experience as a healthcare-services executive and transactional attorney commenced when he began negotiating international manufacturing and distribution agreements for a variety of commodities and/or intellectual property rights. Later, he founded and eventually sold, Sonic Cleaning Services, which provided housekeeping and laundry services to nursing homes, assisted living facilities and healthcare institutions throughout the Midwest. Throughout his career, Jim has maintained close relationships with the distributors and manufacturers he represented or worked with. Additionally, as an entrepreneur, Jim has raised over $100 million in venture capital for a myriad of enterprises. Within World Reach Health, Jim has been instrumental in identifying and establishing strategic partnerships and brokering long-term purchasing agreements with product suppliers and purchasers around the globe.
WRH has ongoing contracts to distribute a number of products. These include Endurakit, a non-opiate surgical block for which WRH is one of four national distributors. WRH is the exclusive distributor for MY GEL, which is a neuropathy pain gel. WRH is also an approved distributor for some of the leading COVID-19 diagnostic tests, along with other diagnostic products, which are manufactured by AccessBio and Phase Scientific. WRH is a distributor of the Postday One-Step emergency contraceptive, and WRH is also an authorized distributor of Better Air, which provides organic probiotic air purification solutions. In this fashion, we expect WRH to provide a gateway to market for the products developed by HLTT subsidiaries as well as a source of additions to HLTT’s product list.
Markets: Organization of The Clia Lab.
Our current business plan points towards integration of complementary product and service lines, with the goal of maximizing the potential market for products and services developed by our subsidiaries. For example, WRH is well-established as a distributor in the rapid-testing market, which includes testing for Flu, Covid and Mersa. To optimize the opportunities presented by WRH’s presence in that market, the logical next step was to organize our own lab.
In the second half of 2022, therefore, we established an FDA-licensed CLIA laboratory, appropriately named “The CLIA Lab.” This facility is housed at the University of Utah technology campus in Salt Lake City.
The CLIA Lab is licensed to perform the Flu, Covid and Mersa tests that WRH has to date sold for other labs. It is also licensed to perform bacteria testing, providing a new revenue stream for WRH as well as a market advantage for HLTT’s wound care products. We expect to offer bundle packages to our wound care providers, which will include both the clinical test required prior to a wound care treatment as well as the wound care allograft that HLTT manufactures.
The View Forward
The acquisition of WRH later this month will provide HLTT a soup-to-nuts integration of the facilities required to develop biotechnical products and bring them to market. The only external input necessary for significant growth will be funding. Towards that end, management is in discussions with several broker-dealers with a view toward one or more of them sponsoring the uplist of HLTT’s shares to the NYSE American or NASDAQ. We plan to initiate the uplist process, soon after we file our 10-K Annual Report for 2022.
In sum, management expects 2023 to be HLTT‘s breakout year. We thank you for the support and dedication you have shown the company since 2020. We pledge to work tirelessly to assure that your confidence will be well rewarded.
Manuel E Iglesias, President
Healthtech Solutions, Inc.
January 6, 2023
Thank you for your post
HLTT, pred's partner in wound care, posted its 10Q last month. 776k sales of pred's allograft in September. Looks good.
"Sales of our wound care allografts commenced in September 2022, as we delivered allografts to five customers for an aggregate purchase price, net of discounts, of $776,221. Payments for the sales did not commence until October, so we recorded accounts receivable from the sales of $720,777, representing the net sales revenue less an allowance for doubtful accounts of $55,444. After recording $51,834 in cost of goods sold (i.e. proportionate allocation to the products sold of the direct costs attributable to their production), we recorded gross profit of $720,175 for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2022. We expect that in future periods our gross margin ratio will be lower than the ratio we recorded in the periods ended September 30, 2022."
" Pred will trade again in my opinion." That is not an opinion, it is HOPE !!!!!!