I just realized how COINCIDENTAL(?) it was to find that video on the EXACT SAME DAY that a new profile was created on YouTube and that ONE AND ONLY video from that person was posted on that day. Friggin AMAZING! LOL $sSOF
Pretty lame video as well. Not a single mention WHO those wonderful people are. One would think if they are so successful that it would have been a center piece to this bad attempt to hype this known scam ticker.
Joined Nov 7, 2023
Don Keer is claiming over $1M in "deferred salary." WTF? That's beyond ridiculous. It is half of the whopping $2M in debt the company has run up.
They are completely insolvent.
So, the market cap is $300K, which is where I would like to be buying shares. But $2M in debt? And nothing to show for having take on all of that debt? The enterprise value is NEGATIVE $1.6M. LOL!
And how about the $600K in debt that was "settled" a while back? Was somebody legit owed $600K and they just accepted nothing as payment? Nobody does actual business that way -- walking away from $600K that they were owed. Why was that debt on the books, and how exactly was it "settled." LOL
And what is up with those new debts? That is how Bland used to do things around here. Big debts would materialize out of nowhere, with no corresponding asset to show. Then the lawyer Morris would settle the debts with unrestricted shares (his company is or was "Rule 144 Solutions"). So, he'd get around the restricted shares problem. I wonder if this will happen again?
I used to understand Bland's deal, and I could make money buying low and selling a good bit higher. $0.0004 seems attractive. But that $2M in debt is a deal-breaker. Plus, I can't yet tell what their play will be here. Quite the bewildering sequence of shell transactions!
I am guessing that somebody was using a specialty broker to sell. The broker was able to sell to the market for 0.0005, and then the client sold to the broker for 0.00045. Usually not a good sign to see those trades with numbers in the 5th decimal place.
What's the share count here these days?
Any Ken Bland sightings? Or is he really gone for good?
WarMachine, there was no personal attack, stating the obvious is more in line with the truth. I'm here to find out if this company has legs and if it doesn't then you're right, there is no wrong here. Based on your opinion you claim its fake and all I say is what if? Maybe there is a method to this madness besides a scam. I'm giving them a chance.
Search Domani Brands, what do you get? Nothing LOL
The name was just filed in Florida September 26, 2023 so why would a dead POS like $SSOF use a hokey LETTER OF INTENT to "acquire" a company that has done NOTHING?
TraderJaxs same exact file date in Florida and SAME ADDRESS
Yeah, nothing fishy there?! LOL
Martin Ustin, president of Domani Brands and ALSO vice president of TraderJaxs! WOW! What a coincidence.
Vyable Industries WOOHOO theres more!
Filed in Florida just TWO DAYS LATER on September 28, 2023 and at the exact same address as the other two. Imagine the coincidence that all three are in the same virtual office as $SSOF!
Smoke and mirrors! One month after the set-up of these three companies the LETTER OF INTENT BS gets announced. Too funny!
I don't care if you disagree with me and post opposing opinions concerning THE COMPANY but knock off the personal attacks
Because I am a novice I wish someone could tell me how there's a print at $0.00045 for 2,998,601 then a print at $0.0005 for 2,998,601 I guess someone sold shares for $149 profit? Why would anyone sell here?
How do you know they have no money WarMachine? You do not know, and you have no clue what's going on inside the restructuring. You are someone who post only negative views because no where in your Board post is anything positive about anything. Just Sayin...
I hear you, but why would anyone create traderjaxs.com launch a membership platform where today you can go sign up, file for a Federal License to become a distilled spirits wholesaler then they don't do squat? Are we that cynical that there is no redemption everything is a scam? Then if that is the answer Surely BioMass supported by DaBenDan must be a scam too. I prefer to stay the course and watch to see if they make me a believer.
You should listen to WarMachine. This ticker barely gets a few ticks on each new scam. It's trash.
Mr. Greenbacks, you pulled up OLD INFORMATION, even I know the company is registered in Florida as a corporation, the mailing address is Winter Springs, take some time to do some DD as WarMachine has told me.
5 minutes of DD reveals SSOF has a staff of one (1) with extremely varied reported earnings depending on which source is used.
Now the his latest “ venture “ is something completely unrelated to his core “ business.”
Seems a bit shady to me..
LOI Letter of Intent is a commonly used stock pump. Look at the HISTORY and see how many LOI or MOU these turds like Strickland have done and then see how many actually came to fruition. $SSOF That's if you aren't too lazy to do your own DD LOL
And every time you post your BS about me it shows your lack of ability to do your own DD so you try to defend your stock without the first bit of knowledge and show your hate for history concerning the management. Pretty pathetic $SSOF
Looks like this Domani is a spirits wholesaler and www.traderjaxs.com the other acquisition is going to be an affiliate marketing site distributing distilled spirits? I just signed up at TarderJaxs.
WarMachine every time you write a reply you you validate my points; I'm rolling the dice, I'll take my faith and watch and if they begin to showcase good will then we'll dig a little deeper and watch but the www.traderjaxs.com is real, apparently there is a business brewing. You can live in the past or sit back and watch and if it meets your expectations then you'll be a great supporter and if not you can sit there and whine away. Reality is this, yesterday, last week, last month there was nothing to this. Tomorrow maybe just maybe there is something to hold on to for the future and slick averaging down at this price point only made sense.
LMFAO! So you averaged down without doing the first bit of DD on the company but spend your time chastising me about my ACCURATE assessments concerning $SSOF. Too funny. Another waste of time that thinks the past has nothing to do with the way management will do business in the future.
Again, you make my point. I know nothing because I wait for what I hope is new information that will lend itself towards the positive. You on the other live in the past. The past is history, it is over with. The only thing that matters is today and the history that becomes tomorrow. The investment my Dad made is gone, the averaging down I made helped because at the end of the day if this stock ticks up to a nickel I win. But, I can't if the company does nothing. You can hold on to your cynical view of the past.
<YAWN> Another long winded flap about nothing concerning the company. Keep taking the hopium and wishing for management to actually do something real.
You waste your time researching my post history but won't take the time to research THIS company. Looks like the axe being ground is one of a investor that doesn't like the truth. Try some actual DD about $SSOF and come back when you have something worth reading.
It sounds like you're navigating a complex situation WarMachine with SSOF's stock, management trust issues, and personal conflicts within investment circles. Investing in stocks often involves not just financial risk but also the challenge of deciphering management's intentions, the real potential of the business, and the influence of other investors or promoters. Here are a few thoughts addressing the aspects you've mentioned:
Management Trust and Company Prospects: If you have concerns about the current management based on past performance or behavior (like the water project that didn't materialize), that's a valid reason to be cautious. Company leadership plays a crucial role in the success (or failure) of ventures, and their track record can be a telling indicator. While it's true that people and strategies can change, skepticism is understandable without tangible evidence of improvement or successful ventures.
Dealing with Misinformation or Aggressive Promoters: The stock market can be rife with promoters who have personal agendas. If you've had negative encounters with individuals who are disseminating what you believe to be false information or personally attacking dissenters, that's an unfortunately stressful element to deal with. You're correct in that doing due diligence (DD) is vital. If someone has a history of fraud or misinformation, potential investors have a right to know, as it can impact decision-making. However, navigating these conversations can be tricky, and it's essential to approach them with facts and avoid personal conflicts as much as possible.
Personal Conflict and Communication: It's clear there's a history of animosity and personal conflict affecting communication and perhaps even influencing perceptions of SSOF. The sins of the father cannot be labeled upon the children and you’ve taken the road of guilty regardless whether or not they are progressing forward to build a company that offers shareholders possibilities. In these cases, as challenging as it may be, striving for professional communication that focuses on facts, records, and verifiable information can be more persuasive to onlookers and other investors. When arguments become personal, the core message about a stock's potential or lack thereof can get lost.
Future of the Investment: Your doubts about SSOF's new ventures are based on your experiences and understanding of the situation primarily from the past. If you decide to continue engaging with this community and stock, consider diversifying your sources of information, cross-referencing declared facts, and perhaps even reaching out to neutral third-party financial advisors who can provide a fresh perspective. If the environment becomes too toxic or the investment too risky, it might also be worth considering stepping back from this specific stock or community to protect your well-being and financial health.?
Investing is never just about the numbers on a screen; it's also about the people behind the companies, the communities discussing them, and the individual investors' peace of mind and financial security. All I am saying you’ve posted over 15,000 times and after digging I found little that was positive. Some could say you are the antagonist promoter or simply you have an axe to grind. Disgruntle former employee, perhaps you were involved with SSOF as a major shareholder. It doesn’t really matter because at the end of the day it’s about whether this new management actually does something significant to change the course. If they do I’d hope your opinion changes but the likelihood is nil.
Well, that was a lot of nothing about the stock. As for my personal reasons and history, I come with the territory know as $SSOF. Have I been wrong about SSOF before? No. Current MANAGEMENT is still the same and he hasn't been trustworthy either. The WATER HOAX went nowhere. If the new story fairs better then hooray but I seriously doubt it.
That one little snip-it that you decided to grab is because the person, to whom I referred, is a nasty POS and you haven't seen the things that he has said about me. You talk from zero experience on that matter. Since he is a paid promoter, his personal history is pertinent to how he does business, so, his FRAUD case is something people should be aware of. It's called DD. Skeletons in closets will be dragged out and displayed especially when I get attacked for posts truths.
I've mentioned before that I inherited this position, and I'm relatively new to this forum. However, I do have experience with larger caps, which has helped me navigate this platform to some extent. I've been advised that message boards like this one should be approached with caution, keeping an open mind while also being vigilant.
I've noticed that you've been actively posting here since 2011, and it appears that you often engage in discussions to challenge and critique various points. While I've only had a chance to skim through the first 20 posts, it seems you've posted extensively, going back over 300 threads, indicating a significant level of engagement.
My main point is that you tend to express your opinions based on limited facts, often piecing together snippets of data points related to lets say SSOF. You've even mentioned individuals who received fines from Seminole County for $50, speculating on whether they paid or not. This might give the impression that you have a personal issue or a strong bias against some company. It's worth noting that you're not privy to insider information, and you likely don't have insight into the this company's true intentions or connections within the organization, which many others might possess.
Instead of spreading negativity through quick, critical remarks, I believe it's more constructive to allow the company to reveal itself to its shareholders and investors. In my case, my father invested in this company years ago, and he didn't see the returns he hoped for. However, I'm willing to give the new management a chance to turn things around and potentially correct past mistakes. This approach seems fair, as investing is ultimately a personal choice. You're right; you don't have to invest if you're not comfortable with it.
In conclusion, given your extensive history of posting, it seems like you have a lot of time and energy to dedicate to this forum. While expressing opinions is a vital part of any discussion, it's also essential to maintain a balanced perspective and give companies the opportunity to prove themselves to their investors.
Disgruntled? Nah, just a hobby to call bullshit on SSOF and many others.
I understand your concerns and skepticism about SSOF and its past performance and or history. It's essential to approach any investment with a critical eye and do your own due diligence. However, it's also worth noting that this stock can be highly dynamic based on past charts, and the success or failure of a company can depend on various factors, including changes in management, market conditions, and strategy adjustments.
Regarding the comparison to BIZNET/FOODYTV and the supposed WATER HOAX and your reference to ANDI one could summarize you're a disgruntled? it's crucial to remember that while some companies may have faced challenges in the past, run by bad actors that doesn't necessarily dictate the outcome for SSOF today. If someone was willing to take the challenge to restructure the former why not give them the benefit of the doubt? It would be obvious to all that you are no longer a investor because why in the world would you post for their demise? New Management can learn from past mistakes and adapt their strategies to increase their chances of success.
Anyone who would invest into a company like SSOF is taking a gamble like playing the lottery. But if you don't play you'll never know. But so what if I risk $2500 at $0.0006 or 4.166 million shares it moves to a penny I'd gross $41,666 downside is I sell at $0.0004 I lose $500. So what that's the risk... anyone playing at this level knows this. Ultimately, investing in the stock market carries inherent risks, and it's essential to make informed decisions based on your individual financial goals and risk tolerance. Then again there folks like me who'll play along to see the "what if" I'd rather find patriots who'll stand their ground and wait to see or maybe we'll take charge make things happen.
LMFAO! $SSOF keeps replaying junk that failed in other tickers. BIZNET/FOODYTV already failed under $EARI so it got dropped there. Now $SSOF tries the same thing like the last WATER HOAX that was already pumped and dumped when it was tried in $ANDI
Same old smoke and mirrors! Careful folks, don't marry this pig!
Sixty-Six Oilfield Services Inc., Announces Strategic Partnership!!!
Vyable Entertainment with Biznet Worldwide Ventures
Winter Springs, FL - October 17, 2023 – Sixty-Six Oilfield Services Inc. (trading
under the symbol SSOF.PK): The Company is thrilled to announce a strategic partnership
through the Company’s (“SSOF”) wholly owned subsidiary, Vyable Entertainment, with Biznet
Worldwide Ventures Inc., headquartered in Coral Springs, Florida. This partnership marks a
significant milestone as Vyable Entertainment acquires a 50% ownership stake in the popular
streaming channel, FoodyTV .
Under the terms of the agreement, SSOF.PK has acquired 50% ownership of the FoodyTV
trademark, name, and social media outlets, while retaining 100% of revenues generated from
Advertising, Sponsorships, and Product Placement Advertising. SSOF.PK will also assume
management control of FoodyTV.
In a statement issued by the Company, Biznet expressed its excitement about the new
partnership, highlighting the commitment from Vyable Entertainment and its parent company,
SSOF.PK, to provide funding, support, and active involvement in the launch of sub-channels,
marketing initiatives, branding efforts, and content development. These plans were originally
hindered by the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and a lack of funding and support.
However, with the backing of Vyable Entertainment, Biznet sees endless possibilities for
FoodyTV. The synergy with SSOF's other divisions and holdings, particularly TRADER JAX’S,
as well as upcoming acquisitions, promises to be a development bonanza for FoodyTV,
delivering exciting new content for its viewers.
While Biznet will continue to be involved on a limited basis, Vyable Entertainment and the New
Management Team will take the lead. The appointment of the new management team and
Board of Directors is expected to be completed by the end of this year, and Biznet will oversee
the network's management in the interim. This partnership ushers in a new era for FoodyTV,
coinciding with the rapid growth in the streaming industry, which holds great promise for
FoodyTV, its viewers, Vyable Entertainment, parent company SSOF.PK, and their shareholders.
FoodyTV is an Over-The-Top (OTT) channel available on various platforms, including; Apple
TV, ROKU, Android TV, Android App, ITUNES, and Amazon Fire Stick. The channel
features engaging cooking segments that revolve around food, food-related content, and
restaurants. Our flexible content production model accommodates both smartphone-shot
content and multi-camera productions.
About Vyable Entertainment:
In the ever-evolving landscape of entertainment, there exists a realm where creativity and
innovation is a guiding principle. Welcome to Vyable Entertainment Network was created to,
embark on a journey to redefine the very essence of interactive entertainment.
Vyable Entertainment Network is not merely a platform to drive the viewing public to witness
but allow visionaries to create and host their own content within our platform. Our mission is
clear: to inspire, entertain, and captivate audiences around the world. We are a nexus where
talent, technology, and imagination converge to create experiences that leave an indelible mark
on our audience. Vyable Entertainment Network will be your destination for immersive,
This press release may contain forward-looking statements, subject to a number of
risks, assumptions, and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ
materially from those projected. Forward-looking statements are as of the date
made and do not guarantee future performance. The Company undertakes no
obligation to publicly revise any forward-looking statements.
For Investor Relations inquiries, please contact:
Phone: (407) 476-5765
For media inquiries, please contact:
Daniel Sobolewski, CEO
90k shares traded today and the news was already out a few days. No real money believes what these clowns are pushing. If there is the slightest truth to any of that swill, it will be in the next 10-Q. Tick tock.
I am not sure I follow Warmachine's logic. If Vyable was just formed how could there be any mention in a SSOF quarterly report? 3rd Quarter just ended? They've formed/acquired a platform www.traderjaxs.com which is an affiliate marketing sight that will specialize in marketing products. They've acquired a platform FoodyTV which has over 200 episodes but seems to me they partnered because they'll use it to drive eyeballs to TraderJaxs? Give them credit someone is trying to build actual business.
TOTAL BULLSHIT! "Vyable Entertainment, a subsidiary of Sixty-Six Oilfield Services"
Vyable Entertainment Network, Inc. filed as a Domestic for Profit Corporation in the State of Florida on Thursday, September 28, 2023 and is less than one month old, as recorded in documents filed with Florida Department of State.
So a new company with 1 person buys 50% of another nobody? LOL
NO MENTION OF VYABLE IN ANY SSOF REPORTS UP TO LAST QUARTER
Could you explain more? Not following considering I inherited this stock I'd like to understand, it seems to me that this company has been reorganizing and for me I see progress towards the positive.