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Tracking Norman Brodeur all the way to Adaptive Media

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casbboy   Monday, 03/30/15 08:55:36 PM
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Tracking Norman Brodeur all the way to Adaptive Media

2007: Supafli Entertainment Inc forms with Norman Brodeur as it's CEO. The company quickly raises capital which it henceforth dumps into...

November 1, 2007: Norman Brodeur signs agreement with Vidshadow, Inc. to give the company a total of $750,000 over six months to create a video platform technology; sound familiar? After the money is transferred, Supafli Entertainment Inc gets involved with Breach of Contract lawsuit; at least one.

Low and behold, Norman Brodeur quickly becomes principle of Vidshadow Partners.

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Our majority stockholder, Vidshadow Partners, Inc., owns approximately 54.2% of our outstanding shares of common stock and will continue to beneficially own approximately 49.5% of our outstanding shares of common stock following the completion of this offering. Additionally, Norman Brodeur (as the control person of both Vidshadow Partners, Inc. and VSP Partners, Inc. and through his individual holdings)



Notice the creation of so many corporations. Turns out the more corporate layers the easier it is to run from collections.

March, 2009: VidShadow, Inc. changes its name to OneScreen, Inc. Starting to see it?

2013, 2014: OneScreen, Inc. leaves multiple accounts unpaid thanks to fillibustering and quickly moves owed assets over to AdaptiveMedia, Inc/ AdaptiveMedias, Inc in asset acquisition. In what looks to me like a way to further help transfer assets that might have liabilities still against, they create OneScreen Merger Sub Inc, which is acquired practically the same day OneScreen created the subsidiary by AdaptiveMedia. Think Qayeed and Norman were conspiring? I wrote Qayeed direct and he ignored my information of unpaid accounts.

And now Norman Brodeur, in something that started back in 2007, is the majority shareholder, by far, in the most recent company. Don't be surprised if another company seems to come out of nowhere to quickly acquire AdaptiveMedia assets and leave liabilities behind once again. And somewhere I'm sure will see Norman Brodeur once again.

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