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Matt Dwyer, CEO of Global Consortium, Inc. (d/b/a Cannabis Consortium) (Pink Sheets: BDCI), called in to SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. to go over the tremendous progress for the company here in 2018, the recently completed merger, the new assets that came along with the merger, the recent harvests in Colorado and much more. Recently the Company issued this update on an upcoming planting: We are planning our next planting for March 2019 of 150 acres, followed by the full 600 acres later in the year. These two grows alone should yield $75 million in net revenue next year for Cannabis Consortium.
Global Consortium, Inc recently completed a merger acquiring multiple companies in the Cannabis space. The companies acquired are Infused Edibles, Indulge Oils and a Hemp farm in CO. Infused Edibles has 140 food items it infuses with US grown CBD Isolate. This is believed to be the largest amount of products produced by a single infused producer, winning over 17 first place awards. Infused Edibles operates out of a 6,000 square foot building, servicing 400 stores with 9 sales reps and 8 distributors in 15 states, Indulge Oils is a premium “pesticide free” product sought after brand as it is known for its purity and high quality. Their premium oil is in such high demand in the cannabis oil market it has been sought out by some of the largest names in the cannabis industry for private labeling. The CO Hemp is a 15 acre test, that will begin harvesting in the end of October to be sold in November.
This interview may include forward looking statements. These forward-looking statements generally are identified by the words “believe,” “project,” “estimate,” “become,” “plan,” “will,” and similar expressions. These forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks as well as uncertainties, including those discussed in the following cautionary statements and elsewhere in this release. Although the Company believes that its expectations are based on reasonable assumptions, the actual results that the Company may achieve may differ materially from any forward-looking statements, which reflect the opinions of the management of the Company only as of the date hereof.

April 27, 2016
Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc., et al
Matt Dwyer et al, President & CEO
6810 N. State Road 7, Coconut Creek, FL 33073
Attention: Matthew Dwyer et al, & Barron Capital Enterprises, Inc., et al, Symbol (BCAP) and
its associated Companies (Bahamas Development Corporation, et al (OTC: KSTV), First
Business Holdings et al.
SUBJECT: Objection to Demand for Payment Dated March 30, 2016 & Cease and
Desist/Removal on all items regarding World Oil Group, Inc. (WOGI) /F/K/A/ Cyber Kiosk
Solutions (CYBK) (EIN # 90-0945889) and Demand to Have Monies Obtained by Fraudulent
Means Returned to World Oil Group, Inc. and its shareholders by Matt Dwyer et al by and
through Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc.
Dear Matt Dwyer et al, Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc.
You contacted my company about a debt allegedly owed from the previous owners Cyber
Thingy, Inc. (80-0821574) from a consulting agreement Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc. (65-
0309540) entered into on November 6
th, 2012.
After doing continuous and ongoing due diligence with documentation slowly released/and/or
not provide by the previous owners and/or the unofficial director/document keeper/accountant
Matthew Dwyer personally and Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc. et al. We have found a host of
1. Mathew Dwyer, President & CEO Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc., (EIN # 65-0309540)
acknowledges that on 09/09/2015 World Oil Group Inc. had in fact paid Baron Capital
Enterprise, Inc. (EIN # 65-0309540) USD$330,000.00 dollars of a debt owed by Cyber
Thingy, Inc. (EIN # 80-0821574) and not Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. (EIN # 90-
0945889) as the two companies are not the same, have different Federal tax ID Numbers
and were never legally combined or acquired.
2. Therefore, after our due diligence and review of this alleged debt placed on Cyber
Thingy, Inc. by and through an unsubstantiated “Consulting Agreement” and not “A
Loan” as described in the Demand Letter dated on March 30, 2016 to Cyber Kiosk
Solutions, Inc. K/N/A World Oil Group, Inc.(WOGI). WOGI has concluded after its due
diligence/legal opinion and in its honest opinion, this was attempt place debt on a
company to obtain money by fraud from Matthew Dwyer et al by and through Baron
Capital Enterprises, Inc. to CYBK shareholders Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. K/N/A
World Oil Group, Inc.(WOGI) and to EPA Petroleum, Inc. WOGI’s CEO Nathan Hall
stated in a previous Press Release that he was completely new to the public markets.
Mathew Dwyer, et al, knew it and took advantage WOGI’s CEO, WOGI and its
3. Matthew Dwyer personal and professionally i.e. Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc.
(EIN # 65-0309540) solicited Christopher Clarke on or about September 2012 to bring
his company Cyber Thingy, Inc. (EIN # 80-0821574) into a public company with
Mathew Dwyer et al by and through Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc. being the puppet
master directing all actions of the deal and instructing/directing Christopher Clarke.
The Affidavit dated February 11, 2014 from Christopher Clare, was a non-evidentiary
directive attempt to substantiate consulting debt placed on Cyber Thingy, Inc. by
Matthew Dwyer by and through Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc. over a year later from the
initial approach by Mathew Dwyer by and through Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc., with
no further documentation to substantiate any debt owed to any either company or proof of
any services rendered to any company.
4. Mathew Dwyer, President & CEO Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc., (EIN # 65-0309540)
was an insider, master mind/puppet master, accountant and document custodian all the
while, trading in the open market and manipulation the market through multiple trading
accounts used by him and directed by him with others names behind the accounts on the
information he was promulgating clandestinely, overtly and covertly. (In violation of
Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 17 CFR 240.10b5-1
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SEC_Rule_10b5-1- Trading “on the basis of” material
nonpublic information in insider trading cases.
5. Due Diligence has shown us that Cyber Thingy, Inc. (EIN # 80-0821574) by through the
direction of Matthew Dwyer, President and CEO of Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc. (EIN #
65-0309540) sold the stock of Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. and place the money into bank
accounts of Cyber Thingy, Inc. (EIN# 80-0821574) N/K/A/ OHOF, INC. in excess of
USD$900,000.00 dollars and surprisingly never paid the alleged debt from this
consulting agreement to Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc. Cyber Thingy, Inc. has never
disclosed these banks account during the acquisition of Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. as
Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. never had bank accounts in its name.
6. It is very clear this debt never belonged to Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. (EIN # 90-
0945889) N/K/A World Oil Group, Inc.
7. The consulting agreement was between Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc. and Cyber Thingy,
Inc. (EIN# 80-0821574) not Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. (EIN # 90-0945889) N/K/A
World Oil Group, Inc.
8. Mathew Dwyer, et al by and thru Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc. on one hand calls the
debt “Consulting Fees” on the “Consulting Agreement dated February 11, 2014” and on
the other hand in the “Demand Letter” to WOGI dated March 30 2016 he calls it a
“Loan”. If you note the attempt to back date the “Consulting Agreement” Mathew
Dwyer, et al by and through Baron Capital can’t get the dates correct because there even
different on the “Consulting Agreement” .
9. The Due Diligence leads us to believe Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc., directed by its
CEO Mathew Dwyer intentionally devised a scheme to obfuscate the issues to defraud
the shareholders of Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. (CYBK) K.N/A World Oil Group Inc. by
and through the “Consulting Agreement” for “Consulting Fees” and then on the Demand
Letter dated March 30, 2016 stating the Debt was for a “Loan” placed on CYBK N/K/A
10. WOGI, will contact the appropriate federal authorities SEC, FINRA and FBI Economic
Crime Division and turn over all information as WOGI and its entire staff was
manipulated and defrauded by Mathew Dwyer et al. and by and through Baron Capital
Enterprises, Inc.
Additionally, in accordance with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act I am requesting the
following information:1
a) Please send all legal documents regarding the validation/value of this debt allegedly incurred
by CYBK Cyber Kiosk Solutions, Inc. K/N/A/ World Oil Group, Inc. How do
you calculate the money you say the company owes.
b) Copies of the papers where the company agreed to pay what you say its owes.
c) The name of the original creditor.
d) Wire transfers, cancelled checks and or any legal documents other than unsubstantiated
affidavits by former person you directed to incur invalidated debt on the above stated company.
Response to Comments of Letter of Demand
a. STATEMENT: Between 3/25/2015 and 11/13/2015 Baron loaned WOGI money
directly or indirectly to its vendors.
b. RESPONSE: WOGI made it very clear to Matt Dwyer that if the original agreement
that was made with CYBK of having all the OTC, IR, TA fees and all associated cost
were not paid, then WOGI would unwind the entire deal due to fraud. Nathan Hall
and EPA Petroleum, Inc. was defrauded by the entire transaction from CYBK and its
alleged debt holder Matt Dwyer by and through Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc.
c. On October 14, 2014 World Oil Group, Inc. Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc. gave
consulting to World Oil Group, Inc.
d. The only consulting Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc. gave to World Oil Group, Inc.
other than its obligations to complete this deal and templates was to do a reverse split
[1:17:53 PM | Edited 1:18:02 PM] GONE SURFING: Cease and Desist
1. Remove any all information regarding World Oil Group, Inc. from Baron Capital
Enterprise, Inc. website. World Oil Group, Inc. has never been a client of Baron Capital
Enterprises, Inc.
2. Cease contacting World Oil Group, Inc. customers, contractors, clients and investors to
use insider information to manipulate WOGI’s stock, steal business away from World Oil
Group, Inc. and trying to use WOGI’s proprietary information to build another competing
oil company.
a. Matt Dwyer you contacted WOGI’s exclusive contract driller Jon Malis via email on
February 25, 2016 with the intent of trying to steal business from WOGI and
internally manipulate WOGI’s corporate team and stock while you were trading on
insider information along with your corporate cohorts. This was a project WOGI had
been involved with for the past year.
From: Matt Dwyer <w2572002@gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2016 6:13 PM
Subject: Deep Well
To: Jon jon@xiteenergy.com
b. Cease contacting WOGI investors and using WOGI’s proprietary information to solicit
them into other oil projects using WOGI’s proprietary information like you have with
First Business Holdings.
c. Cease contacting WOGI’s transfer agent Eric Gold at Broadridge and trying to submit
documents to clear shares without authorization by using electronic signature you
created with WOGI’s CEO name. “An acknowledgement of a document by saying
Matt, the doc are good” is not an authorizations to use the document to clear shares”.
You submitted a document(s) to clear shares to Broadridge without authorization.
d. Cease using all information related to Bahamas Development Corporation (OTC:
KSTV) as this entire concept was proprietary information that was entirely created by
WOGI’s CEO Nathan Hall before his trip to the Bahamas during multiple phone calls
and meetings in the Bahamas with Dr. James Bennett, Bahamian leadership and John
Malis of Xite Energy during the fact finding mission to build a 5k bopd oil refinery.
This concept was entirely created by WOGI’s CEO to inure to WOGI’s Shareholder
benefit due to WOGI’s CEO’s experience.
WOGI’s CEO Nathan Hall had expressed concerns of legal and ethical conflicts with
Matt Dwyer and Dr. Bennet after the return of the fact finding/site survey mission for
the oil refinery in May 2015 in Freeport, Bahamas.
If you do not stop and immediately remove all information regarding World Oil
Group, Inc. from Baron Capital Enterprises, Inc.’s. website, I will be forced to take
legal action.
In conclusion, Matt Dwyer et al, by and through Baron Capital Enterprise, Inc., you have cost
World Oil Group, Inc. and its shareholders millions of dollars and your fraudulent means to bilk
World Oil Group, Inc., and its shareholders by and through direct and indirect means.
World Oil Group, Inc. Now issues you Matt Dwyer et al by and through Baron Capital
Enterprises, Inc. a demand for its $330,000 dollars (plus the same 18% interest accruing since
9/15/2015) you have openly acknowledge and confirmed that you have been paid by defrauding
World Oil Group, Inc. and its shareholders.
772.11 Civil remedy for theft or exploitation.—
(1) Any person who proves by clear and convincing evidence that he or she has been injured in
any fashion by reason of any violation of ss. 812.012-812.037 or s. 825.103(1) has a cause of
action for threefold the actual damages sustained and, in any such action, is entitled to minimum
damages in the amount of $200, and reasonable attorney’s fees and court costs in the trial and
appellate courts. Before filing an action for damages under this section, the person claiming
injury must make a written demand for $200 or the treble damage amount of the person liable for
damages under this section. If the person to whom a written demand is made complies with such
demand within 30 days after receipt of the demand, that person shall be given a written release
from further civil liability for the specific act of theft or exploitation by the person making the
written demand.
Sincerely, Nathan Hall
Matthew Dwyer Officer/Director/Owner 6810 N State Rd 7 Coconut Creek, FL 33073
Manjit Singh Gill
6810 N. State Road 7, Suite 300 Coconut Creek, Florida 33073-____
(888) 660-0868
Firm: Tantillo Law, PLLC | Website

rom what it looks like WOGI's old CEO did pretty good until he came into the Penny Stock Scam ran by Matthew P Dwyer. You can tell by his past success in his line of work he did, his management team, and circle of friends. Just like Warren Buffet says in the story below. A good stock is picked by a good team unless you have been set up to fail from the beginning.

Matthew P Dwyer is not qualified to carry Nathan's luggage or dirty underwear. I hope they do a movie about Nathan's life, I would love to watch it. The more I research, the more I am intrigued. The guy has been to more exotic and war-torn countries and done more things than most men have done in 10 lifetimes just from looking at his pictures. He is with Presidential candidates and Ambassadors and numerous world leaders and is in the line up of invited guest with world leaders. You don't get there by accident that for sure.

Any good leader coming into an Ambush would be doomed before they got started and this is what I see with WOGI. Nathan brought in his good company and Matthew P Dywer and his Penny Stock Cronies Derrick Lefcoe, Lorance Gorman, Gene Caizzo, Tom Roland and the list goes on already set up WOGI, CYBY, GCGX and a host of the scams they never want to be more than a Pump N Dump because if they become successful then Scammers like Matthew P Dwyer can no longer control them outside the Pennys.

You better believe Matthew P Dwyer and his cronies never want to any company to succeed because they will lose control of the scam.

They will lie to you about audits and uplisting and it will never come true because of the level of accountability would force them to be more accountable and the market makers would take control over the stock and they cant play there stock manipulation games to all scam new investors with their fake PRs and then dump on them a little at a time. When everyone gets mad and ready to leave Matthew P Dwyer or one of his cronies with PM and tell them Matthew P Dwyer will buy back the stock the lost or trade them in another scam to make up for their losses, So the scam continues and forces people to play or lose.

Don't get it wrong Matthew P Dwyer is the worst type of POS with no connection and an entitlement mentality that's a calculated Stock Criminal who makes you feel like he is always trying to help you when he is ripping you off in front of your face with his Penny Stock Scamming crew.

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