Fuzzy Bunny Monday, 10/21/19 06:19:06 PM Re: Sprycel post# 26811 Post # of 33675 Yep.....double, double down bullshit. No requirement that a OTCQB has to be a reporting comp[any with the SEC. Alternative Reporting Standard: Quote:When SEC registration is not required, companies must generally still make information publicly available pursuant to Federal securities laws, including Rule 10b-5 under the Exchange Act and pursuant Rule 144(c)(2) under the Securities Act. OTC Markets Group offers the Alternative Reporting Standard for companies who choose to make material information publicly available to investors OTCQX U.S. and OTCQB companies incorporated in the U.S. that do not report to the SEC or a U.S. Banking Regulator can follow the Alternative Reporting Standard. These companies provide disclosure pursuant to the Alternative Reporting Standard Disclosure Guidelines for OTCQX and OTCQB. This disclosure is available for investors on otcmarkets.com. OTCQX companies are also subject to the eligibility requirements and terms of the OTCQX Rules for U.S. Companies and OTCQB companies are subject to OTCQB Standards. Companies provide current and potential investors with a set of "material" information to help investors make a sound investment decision. This company disclosure enables an investor to understand the company's business operations and prospects Pink companies that do not report to the SEC, U.S. Banking Regulators or a Qualified Foreign Exchange may publish disclosure in accordance with the OTC Pink Basic Disclosure Guidelines. These requirements are designed to give an investor the basic information a broker-dealer must maintain under Exchange Act Rule 15c2-11 in order to initiate a quote in a security on the Pink markets. The Alternative Reporting Standard is available both to U.S. and to international Pink companies. Learn how to upgrade to Pink Current. I love Carrots. Carrots are great! But that is just my opinion. Like all of my posts are just my opinion. As in "MY OPINION ONLY".