nodummy Monday, 11/06/17 11:40:30 AM Re: proftstocksny2 post# 22486 0 Post # of 53920 You are right The Hopp Companies Inc acquisition agreement did close. They had EROP Capial LLC pay the $700,000 to The Hopp Companies Inc in exchange for 3(a)10 free trading stock. It says that in the EROP Capital LLC Complaint filed against HAON in Polk County, Florida on August 31, 2017 https://promotionstocksecrets.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/HAONEROP.pdf WOW that is such a violation of security law So HAON signs an agreement to buy The Hopp Companies Inc on August 18, 2017 for $700,000 They make a deal for EROP Capital LLC for EROP Capital LLC to pay the $700,000 if they can get a Florida judge to agree to a 3(a)10 settlement agreement that will allow HAON to give EROP Capital LLC free trading stock to cover the $700,000 payment 13 days later on August 31, 2017 EROP Capital includes the $700,000 as part of a lawsuit vs HAON designed to get a judge to approve the use of the 3(a)10 exemption to allow HAON to pay EROP Capital LLC in free trading stock to cover EROP paying off a bunch of HAON debts On September 29, 2017 the judge agrees to the Court Settlement between HAON and EROP Capital that requires HAON to issue $1,929,265.30 worth of free trading stock to EROP Capital LLC plus give EROP Capital LLC 50,000,000 free trading shares to cover court expenses and the same day EROP Capital LLC pays the $700,000 to The Hopps Companies Inc and the acquisition agreement closes. 3(a)10 stock is supposed to be used to pay off aged debt. Not debts that don't even exist yet. That's basically HAON giving EROP Capital LLC free trading stock to sell into the market with EROP Capital LLC giving the money back to HAON from the share sales. That's so illegal. I might have to submit this to the SEC and see what they think about HAON's use of the 3(a)10 exemption So a big part of the reason why billions and billions and billions of new shares of free trading stock are being dumped into the market is because of The Hopp Companies Inc acquisition.