Upon further review it does appears to be the very same Michael Strizzi with the Montreal connections.
Here on this likendin page you see his connection to EGOC: http://ca.linkedin.com/pub/michael-strizzi/14/4a1/42
EGOC has connected very strongly to many of the same group out of Montreal as AURC, CBRP, NWOL, LCOL, PGYC, RMGX and others: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=67730476 http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=67072110
Speaking of RMGX
Jay Almeida who is also connected to BION can be found also connected to this Montreal group through RMGX:
DPOLLUTION International Inc. Appoints Jay Almeida to the Board of Directors
Jun 29 11
DPOLLUTION International Inc. (RMGX) announced the appointment of Jay Almeida to the company's board of directors. Fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese, Mr. Almeida is a specialist in international business development, with a focus on Latin America, the Caribbean, the United States and Canada. From 1979 to 1991, he held executive positions with a family of banks in Latin America and the Caribbean, where he focused on business development, startup growth strategies, marketing and sales and product management. Mr. Almeida's accomplishments in his banking career included increasing revenues by more than 300% over a 10-year period. Currently, Mr. Almeida resides in Florida, where he has served as President and CEO of PHN Group since 1990.
Isn't rocketalerts.com one of the promo companies involved in helping to pump BION while insiders dump shares they got for bogus debt Notes at $.0001/share?
3 other sites share the same IP as Rocketalerts.com
microcapsdaily.com was involved in sending out promotional spam for RMGX
Diane Dalmy has done past legal work for some of the shells connected to this Montreal group so she has a history with them. She might have helped get Jarvis and Eldridge hooked up with Strizzo and Almeida and there are probably a few of these people sharing in the profits from the bogus $150,000 debt Note that is getting converted into shares at $.0001/share and sold during the paid promotions.
According to the filings the $150,000 debt Notes potentially converts into 849,894,000 total shares. 849,894,000 shares starting at these prices = a whole lot of money.