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Sorry, but NVC's assets are vapor. They do

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rbtree   Sunday, 02/18/18 11:09:14 AM
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Sorry, but NVC's assets are vapor. They do NOT exist. Period. Since PDXP acquired "trust units" based on assets that do not exist, and was making claims about their value, PDXP is complicit. Don't forget, Ekejija was added to the BOD.

You can be assured that NVC will also be investigated by the SEC. Most likely, they already looked at the terms of the arrangements, which were identical for all three, save for the varying $ amounts attached ($350, $100, and $250m, respectively). IMO, the SEC already knows exactly what I have been claiming all along, which is that NOTHING NVC boasts about is real. That fact may save the Nigerian fraudster from being prosecuted by the DOJ for his crimes, if, in fact, he has been unsuccessful in bilking more than a few people out of much money.

As far as other business unrelated to NVC's acquired assets, there is little indication that Johnson had much going on. The latest financials showed little or no revenue and negative cash.

The SEC did nothing wrong, are not in bed with the shorts, which, by the way, are mythical. There is no "IllegaL" or "hidden" NSS going on here, or anywhere in stinky pinkydom. If there were, the DTCC and transfer agents would be complicit in the scheme.

All three will be officially on the grey market by midweek, will open there come Mar 5, and will not get off. Why? There is no MM that will step up to the plate and file a Form 211, pursuant to Rule 15c-211, on behalf of any of the three, with FINRA, as that would mean said MM would be putting his neck on the line with said 211, in effect verifying the legitimacy of the company. Out of the many thousands of SEC suspended stocks, only a pitifully small handful (under five, I'm sure) have ever managed to return to quoted trading on the regular pink sheets.

Neither of these three will join that short list. Just watch.

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