wrong. dbmm was moving forward when sec sanctioned their auditor for something unrelated to dbmm (but i'm sure that is still dbmm's fault since they hired the auditor and must have known this would happen) causing dbmm to have to reaudit 3 years. since this made their then current filings invalid, asher couldn't convert. instead of working with the company and towards mutual success, they sued dbmm instead. now dbmm had to pay for 3 year reaudit and deal with asher lawsuit... talk about a money drain, instead of going under and giving up, they fought back, even though funding became near impossible, they kept on, even when SEC came after them, they kept on... it finally paid off as they were able to secure funding and hire auditors to work on super 10k, q's, get asher case settled.. leaving only the sec case to be resolved. through some incredible turn of events, SCOTUS stepped in and changed the playing field (yes, the laws haven't changed, I know, not saying they did), causing re-examination with new evidence and then 2 stays... affording dbmm the chance to get fully current with their financials filings... exactly what dbmm said they would do from the start with the sec. growth capital in hand now.
so judge is deciding if dbmm should be revoked and require a form 10 to relist or no revocation and require a 15c211 to relist.
Reggie James on @DisruptiveLive Show https://twitter.com/disruptivelive/status/1022121460935077889
Audited Super 10K https://backend.otcmarkets.com/otcapi/company/sec-filings/12787576/content/html
ALJ/SEC Case https://www.sec.gov/litigation/apdocuments/ap-3-17990.xml
Audited 3 year consolidated super 10k filed
Q1 filed, Q2 filed, Q3 filed
DBMM is current in their K & Q filings and is no longer listed as 'Delinquent SEC Filer'
Asher lawsuit settled, case disposed! https://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/webcivil/FCASSearch
No OS changes since May 2016 (common or preferred).
Q2 shows 29% rev increase 6m period over period
Q3 shows 6% rev increase 9m period over period
$192k from wealth groups already provided (listed in audited super 10k)
$250k from wealth groups at bat (listed in audited super 10k)
$3m ROFR to round the bases for the bases loaded home run hit (listed in audited super 10k)
go dbmm go