Renee Thursday, 12/27/18 07:34:28 PM Re: gumbie05 post# 991 Post # of 1003 From reading IntreOrg's last response to the Admin Law Judge (A.L.J.) it is quite clear that the company desires to remain a public company. Notwithstanding, the A.L.J. will likely revoke the company's stock registration(s) simply because the A.L.J. has an established precedent of never accepting any exculpatory reasons for an SEC Registrant to be severely delinquent in filing Financials and pertinent Filings. If the A.L.J. rules in favor of IntreOrg and does not revoke the company's stock registration(s) it would be the first delinquent SEC Registrant to avoid revocation in the 9 years that I have followed suspensions and revocations. It would also open a pandora's box for the SEC and the A.L.J. because a new precedent would be established where other severely delinquent and subsequently suspended SEC Registrant stocks would simply file their delinquent Financials after an SEC Suspension to also avoid revocation of their stock registrations. IntreOrg has filed all delinquent Financials, including audited 10K's, and all other Filings except for one FORM 3 declaring initial ownership of shares by Nummi....a 5 minute task. Should the A.L.J. revoke the company's stock registration(s) it is plausible, if not likely, the company would file a FORM 10 to the SEC to reregister as an SEC Registrant. Theoretically, IntreOrg has all the information they should need in their filed Financials to submit a FORM 10. FORM 10's are quite elaborate though, requiring infinitesimal details of the company's entire operations. Thus, the SEC usually requires more information about some details in the FORM 10 which takes time for the company to accomplish. Predicated on the FORM 10 becoming effective the company can thereafter lawfully ask a Market Maker to submit a FORM 211 that satisfies the SEC's RULE 15c2-11 and FINRA's RULE 6432. There would be no further stigma of the A.L.J. revocation if indeed revocation does occur and a Market Maker would be safe and compliant to the SEC's RULE 15c2-11 in submitting FORM 211 to FINRA, subject to FINRA's RULE 6432, to begin quotations for IntreOrg's stock. Should a Market Maker be permitted to begin quotations for IORG then other Market Makers can piggyback off the approved Market Maker so that a fair representation of Market Makers can make a fair market for the stock. A bit of a mountain to climb for IntreOrg but surmountable if the company is determined to be a public company. To bite the worm of incite is to bite the HOOK of the antagonist . They win .