All those federal violations helped the revenue, huh?
Massive liability now.
Maybe the feds give Brian Cox another free pass. His scam is 'more legitimized' on nasdaq.
Cox has done heck of a job doubling revenue and taking SURG to NASDAQ!!!!!
Ask Brian Cox for a list of stores near you at the border. I expect you're still buddies after you got my number from when I was a SurgePhone Wireless customer as then you call my number all the time to harass me, in particular after I post here.
Hard to find a store if living in a rural town along the border.
Tried to find a SurgePays store so I could buy a money order and buy some bitcoin to transfer to a gift card: do some money laundering like the SurgePays, Inc. management do. lol
Turns out there are no SurgePays, Inc. stores anywhere to be found.
Maybe SurgePays, Inc. can publish a list of its SurgePays stores
so that customers can specifically shop at a SurgePays stores for the amazing savings and access to banking services like a reloadable debit card, gift cards, access to bitcoin transactions --(and cbd products for relief of exasperation trying to find SurgePays, Inc. stores, that seem to exist nowhere)-- 'cause the underbanked are so savvy to first not have a bank account but then they do have a bitcoin wallet.
Scammer Kevin Brian Coxy Woxy.
This stock $SURG will crash-n-burn to-break-below $4 again.
Surge looking strong.......on the way back up to $8 + PPS!!!!!!!!
Kevin Brian Cox CEO of KSIX, sold his True Wireless to KSIX Media with tons of shares to himself, but then still got to own the Ture Wireless company, changed name of KSIX to Surge Holdings, Inc., ran that pump n dump never materializing anything he claimed Surge Holdings was doing, then changed Surge Holdings, Inc. name to SurgePays (Itself), Inc. where it did a massive reverse split where all the insiders dumped at volume over 18X the company's entire outstanding shares in one day (naked shorting), and then got lucky with ACP, but Brian Cox and SurgePays, Inc. still did massive violations of FCC requirements, plus more regulation violations we yet know.
SurgePays, Inc. has always been a scam.
Why did Brian Cox, CEO of SurgePays, Inc. delete so many published company press releases, years and years of published press releases now missing, that were previously listed on the SurgePays, Inc. and Surge Holdings, Inc. investor relations websites?
SurgePays Inc. is an OTC scam to Nasdaq scam.
Like you said, "most".
Most OTC stocks never make it to Nasdaq, period.
Suppose you're saying most OTC stocks are scams.
SurgePays Inc. has always been a scam.
SurgePays Inc. the scam made it to Nasdaq from OTC and is still a scam. Always has been.
Has always been a scam.
First hand account of potential FCC violations from Mississippi Public Service Commissioner, Brandon Presley.
In January of 2022, Commissioner Presley sent a letter to the FCC Inspector General asking for a Cease and Desist against SurgePays for blatant violations of FCC guidelines that govern the ACP. Commissioner Presley’s letter to the FCC Inspector General outlining what he saw is below:
$SURG to Nasdaq proves that 100% wrong!
The SurgePays, Inc. scam went to Nasdaq.
You remember that post-reverse-split dump volume of 18.5X the entire SURG outstanding shares traded that day. You scammers naked shorting, crashing the stock price. Remember? Sure you do.
SCAM stocks do not get taken to NASDAQ! lolzzzzzzzzzz
Is $10 where the scam buddies are taking it?
Sure hitting new revenue highs and a new deal for stores! $10 PPS by end of year!
SURG! missed with lower revenue than the street projected.
Plus, seems you haven't noticed, but SurgePays, Inc. is a scam.
SURG! Revenue keeps increasing!
Cox's final big $$ grab before-being-busted-by the Feds again.
SurgePays, Inc: Abusing FCC Low-Income Programs
SurgePays rapid ACP revenue growth was fueled by potential violations of FCC regulations around agent registration and compensation. If found in violation of these rules, SurgePays could be fined over $100M.
Rules regulating the ACP state the FCC “requires all participating providers to have their agents and other enrollment representatives registered with the Representative Accountability Database (RAD), as is currently required for the Lifeline and EBB Programs, as a way to minimize waste, fraud, and abuse… A participating provider shall require that enrollment representatives register with the Administrator before the enrollment representative can provide information directly or indirectly to the National Lifeline Accountability Database or the National Verifier
Overall, we believe that SurgePays management is misleading investors and operating a business violating FCC regulations. The CEO has a history of alleged abuses of FCC programs, he continues to mislead investors about the expansion of the SurgePays network and potentially violates multiple FCC regulations regarding payment and registration of agents subscribing customers onto the ACP.
Below are our questions for SurgePays management:
How does your current business model abide by FCC rules around commissions and agent registration?
Are you paying commissions to agents of SurgePays signing up customers to the ACP?
If you are not paying commissions to agents, who are the commissions going to?
How many individuals does SurgePays have registered with the Representative Accountability Database(RAD)?
How are you determining who is and is not an agent and therefore subject to FCC commission and registration rules?
What customer information/data is being provided to your sales reps in the field and store owners enrolling subscribers to the ACP?
Why did SurgePays relabel “commissions” to “marketing” in 2023 if commissions have been prohibited since the inception of the ACP?
What percentage of your ACP signups are via network stores versus pop-up tents vs other channels?
Can you provide details of the stores on your network currently and the number of ACP registrations associated with those stores?
How many pop-up tents do you operate in a given month?
Can you provide the status of your partnership with AATAC?
Can you provide a status on your goal of 25,000 stores by the end of 2023? Why was the goal of 40,000 not hit in 2019?
Why did the store count on the SurgePays network drop from 9,800 to 8,000 from 2019-2020?
Can you provide updated information regarding your acquisition of Commander Communications and its 500 stores?
Can you provide an update on the status of True Wireless’s $5.5M fine by the FCC?
Can you provide details on daily active users on your FinTech platform? Monthly Active Users?
Below are the questions we have for the FCC:
Are SurgePays individuals in tents or stores required to register with RAD based on current ACP rules?
Are SurgePays agents in tents and stores eligible to receive a commission based on current ACP rules?
What actions did the FCC take after the request for a Cease and Desist by Mississippi Public Service Commissioner?
How many agents does SurgePays have registered with RAD? How does this compare to providers of similar ACP distribution amounts?
What are the specs of the devices provided by SurgePays and Torch Wireless that were filed with USAC via the Connected Device Form?
What is the market value of that device? What amount per device is SurgePays requesting from the ACP?
Did SurgePays list Torch Wireless as an affiliate when registering for ACP?
Is there any evidence of duplicate subscriptions between SurgePays and Torch Wireless?
Shorts winning, they always win.
Market up, $SURG down. Scam company.
Free falling? Sounds like shorts are a little desperate given that the stock is up over 12% today! lolzzzzzz
This company is free falling and there is no end in sight! They haven’t said anything to calm the nerves of the investors. Quite frankly at this point I’m not sure they can control the the downward spiral.
This company is free falling and there is no end in sight! They haven’t said anything to calm the nerves of the investors.
Shorts don't get burned they know scams when they short. Last couple days selling nothing to scream about roflmao.
Good short sellers know a bad stock, so they average up until crashes.
I think Shorts got burned today.....lolzzzzzz
When is Brian Cox's next scripted-no-call-in-Conference-Call? He's so good at scripted no-call-in conference calls, and now the quarterly live conference calls with the most soft ball of soft ball analyst questions, designed to direct the questions and Cox's discussion to anything but all of SurgePays, Inc.'s other lines of "legacy" business that the market never hears about again. It's like some analysts are in on it, teaching Coxy how to play the public facing nasdaq scam game as if legitimately thorough inquiry.
Where are all the years of SurgePays news story press releases? They've been deleted from the SurgePays, Inc. investor relations website.
Is Coxy tricking investors again? Coxy hiding his past companies' actions?
SurgePays, Inc, previously Surge Holdings, Inc, previously KSIX Media, Inc., all of which, one company to the next, Brian Cox has continuously been CEO.
SURG is a target for NASDAQ short sellers.
They see their stock slipping so another bs 8k was needed.
Oh lookie, SurgePays makes deal with another fake company.
SurgePays Announces “Direct to Consumer” Partnership with LeadEx Solutions
LeadEx Solutions a new company... LOL! Way to go SurgePays. Why align with a tried n true experienced ATM advertiser. No working website for LeadEx Solutions either. Nice one SurgePays.
Further, SurgePays lies, "Partnering with LeadEx provides SurgePays integrated access to position our full screen ads on the ATM during the transaction and empower customers to opt-in to the enrollment process."
Really, "opt in", therefore sign-up for SurgePays, Inc.'s or Torch Wireless's ACP broadband program from an ATM?
And SurgePays intends to pull away from its own SurgePays' customers use of SurgePays gift cards, but rather to greater rely upon customers using ATM bank card usage?
SurgePays is the ongoing scam it has always been.
The SurgePays, Inc. motto: "Build it so they don't come."
Letter to FCC from Mississippi-Public-Service-Commissioner, Brandon Presley.
In January of 2022, Commissioner Presley sent a letter to the FCC Inspector General asking for a Cease and Desist against SurgePays for blatant violations of FCC guidelines that govern the ACP.
Commissioner Presley’s letter to the FCC Inspector General outlining what he saw is below:
Yesterday, I was in Amory, Mississippi and saw a tent in a shopping center parking lot advertising "Free Service+Tablet" with a long line of customers. Because of the PSC's jurisdiction over designating Eligible Telecommunications Carriers for participation in the Lifeline program and the apparent transient nature of this event, I stopped to ask some questions. I first approached a lady who was walking away with a tablet. I asked her who was this company and she said, "I don't know, they just told me to get my Medicaid card and I would get this free tablet." I asked if she had any documents from the company and she did not. I continued to stand in line with around ten customers and watched several interact with representatives of this company who (a) did not even disclose who they were with, (b) did not articulate any of the required information in the Affordable Connectivity Program ("ACP") related to consumer protection, choice or nature of service and (c) were obtaining personal information and noting certain things in a spiral bound notebook. I should stress that these interactions were taking around two minutes each. It appeared the sales agents were solely looking at the qualifying documents, using the ACP portal and handing out these tablets in an obvious rush to the next person in line. I've truly never seen anything like it before in my twenty plus years in public life. Once my time in line came, I asked what company they were with and the lady said they were with "Surge" and were gi