TheRealMrPirate Friday, 04/23/21 03:30:34 PM Re: biowin post# 114231 Post # of 117007 It's surreal to sit & read this stuff. No one has bothered to answer post #114214. I get it's difficult to comprehend, I'm not sure how but, the very basics have to be understood. The "FORMER" company, "FKA", has had it's charter revoked. That is not an opinion, it also has no corporate structure, that is a fact that also can't be disputed. For any company on this planet to merge / take over / have a partnership with / etc, etc...If you pick up the phone to call a friend, someone has to answer on the onther end...there has to be someone on the other end to make the deal happen. To be able to merge a company into another company, it doesn't matter whether private or public, both companies would have to exist in a legal manner, in a legal standing. It's very basic... I don't care about Origin, I don't care who they are, I don't care how many factories or plants they build. Good for Origin, however your shares are not tied to them. Answer the question for yourself: How do you revive the corporate structure of a company which has had it's structure stripped by a court of law, how do you make the corporation a legal entity again? Don't worry about public or private or tradable, etc... the basics first. I'm outright telling you the publicly listed Bioamber you think you know does not exist. That is an undisputable fact. The name Bioamber has been transferred to a different owner by a federal court, the name is now privately owned & has zero to do with shares or shareholders at this point of any public company in existence. The former Bioamber is a cuspid number that is delisted & revoked, that's what the shares are attached to.