loanranger Friday, 11/10/17 06:46:11 AM Re: U GOT TRUMPED post# 42374 0 Post # of 44703 Thanks. The document (actually it isn't a filed document...it's just an image of an incorrect web page) is old. The Officers listed (Sung and Lahlou) haven't worked for Tauriga together for some time. Bizstanding.com is not an official source. They simply compile information from other sources and obviously don't do that perfectly. So to be clear, today's Reinstatement isn't from an "inactive" status in place since 2013. The company had failed to file its 2017 Annual Report, which was due by May 1, 2017. So yesterday they filed the Reinstatement document, which you somehow found on the same day that they filed it, and that action resulted in the "Reinstatement" to an Active status. More importantly this was just the correction of an administrative oversight and shouldn't have resulted in any increased interest in the shares. I would hope that anyone who may have been encouraged to buy shares as a result of the Reinstatement had more substantial reasons to do so. You may want to reconsider this: "REINSTATEMENT IS HUUUUUUUUUGGGGGGGGGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! SOMETHING IS BREWING IMO!" ps. There was another change in 2016. I can't explain it and maybe you noticed the reason for it in the DD you were doing when you stumbled onto the Reinstatement. When the Company filed its initial registration statement on June 20,2001 it provided a Federal Employee Identification/IRS number of 65-1102237. It provided that number on every filing submitted from that date until the filing dated June 29,2016 for the period ended 6/30/15 when they changed it to 30-0791746. That "new" number appears to have been been used on every filing since then. Why was it changed? Anyone? That number is like a Social Security number for a company....it usually follows you around forever. https://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?action=getcompany&CIK=0001142790&owner=exclude&count=40 But can it core A apple? Yes Ralph, of course it can core A apple.