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Tuesday, March 29, 2011 1:27:00 PM

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EVSO shady past

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on September 4, 2009 - 12:58pm.

It is disheartening to call EVSO a solar company when they have no products and no assets, nor anyone technically capable. Digging a little further, and we find this alleged "China" move is nothing more than a shell entity created in the State of Wyoming by non other than Brett Weiss. Brett is the same person that brought the alleged Atlantic Energy (AESO.pk) deal to EVSO for an "unnamed" multi-million dollar solar project in Florida - location and terms of the deal are still very shady and unknown, including location. The deal involved two companies (AESO and EVSO) with little or no cash and no techical capabilities to pull it off. It should come as no surprise thta Brett brought the deal to EVSO as he was the original founder of AESO's predecessor, Notch Novelty - a maker of novelty "Fuzzy" boards in China. According to EVSO's latest financials, Brett has also received a large chunk of cash and shares for bringing the Synergy China deal to the table as well. Digging just a little bit further, the Synergy is maintained domestically by a company called Sourcingchinanow.com. This web site was set up by Mr. Weiss and shows a Mr. Frank Brock running the show with Brett. Not too surprising is the fact that Mr. Brock is also CEO of AESO...this sort of "all in the family" dealings does not sit well with the average investor when you factor in the millions of shares attained by Mr. Robert Kaapke at par value in EVSO. Robert has his own skeletons when looking at his past and current dealings with SEC recidivists Darrel Uselton and Scott Sieck who helped design his website which in many ways is verbatum identical to one he developed for recently SEC suspended security, Sunrise Solar Corp (SSLR.pk).


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