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nodummy   Tuesday, 06/12/12 04:36:30 PM
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Charms Investments Ltd - Clinton Greyling is the sole Director of Charms Investment Limited. Secretary for Charms Investments is David E. Price.

David E Price can be linked to lots of Nevada business entity hijacking/custodianships often times with Joseph Bartel. A lot of their shells later ended up with Christopher Davies as legal counsel.

Here is a picture of David E Price:


Price used that company (Top Tier Strategies) to take control of RTGV (set up the reverse merger).

In an April 2010 RTGV FL SOS Filing, Price was already involved with RTGV 3 months before he helped arrange the R/M through his company, Top Tier Strategies

The April 2010 FL SOS annual report shows the corporate address for RTGV being moved to the Top Tier Strategies address c/o David Price

Joseph Bartel was in house for Belmont Partners (Joseph Meuse) as was Guy M. Jean-Pierre (banned attorney). Christopher Davies took over some of Jean-Pierre's clients.

I found this interesting article about Clinton Greyling (director of Charms Investments) from a while back:



There must also be concern that Minmet has been involved in doing business with controversial South African businessman Leslie Greyling and his son Clinton. Leslie Greyling pleaded guilty to a stock fraud in the US in the early 1990s. He was "enjoined" or banned from certain financial activities by the Securities & Exchange Commission, which alleged he had been involved in an illegal "pump and dump" scheme.

In 1996, Greyling pleaded guilty to visa violations in a Florida court. The following year he was deported to the UK after he pleaded guilty to securities fraud following the collapse of Florida business Member Services Corp. He is banned from entering the United States. Since then, Greyling's name has been linked with a number of deals -- he was said to be involved in a ¤4m rescue attempt for ailing car firm Jensen and an AIDS drug manufacturer, Vector Medical Technologies.

His son Clinton was also a "principal" in an Internet business called E-Pawn. The company was involved in a ¤300m takeover deal with former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds and Fianna Fail donor David McKenna's Marlborough Resources. That deal collapsed suddenly when the FBI raided the company as part of an investigation into Mafia-linked stock manipulation schemes. Clinton Greyling resigned soon after these revelations. Reynolds and McKenna knew nothing of the darker side of E-Pawn when entering these takeover negotiations and clearly had no involvement with the investigation.

US filings indicate that Leslie Greyling and his family owned a big chunk of shares in E-Pawn, which subsequently went into meltdown. When quizzed about Greyling's involvements, sources close to Minmet said: "People have done deals with each other that are more complicated than they would be in an ideal world."

I looked further at Charms Investments, David Price, Clinton Greylin and found some interesting stuff. The key is they control the shells? This seems to be a group working in concert and I have found the same types of shell custodianships by them all the way back to about 2004. A lot of the companies Price worked with can be tied to Global Sentry in Canada that was shut down.

Here are some Price linked shells:

China Digital Ventures Corp (CDVV)
Coast to Coast Cellular Inc.
Coast to Coast Communications
East Coast Diversified Corporation (ECDC)
Eco Ventures Group. Inc. (EVGI)
El Maniel International Inc. (EMLL)
Elray Resources Inc (ELRA)
EM Energy Inc (RZPK)
Modern Renewable Technologies
NHS Health Solutions Inc. (NHSH)
ProConcept Marketing Group
Quasar Aerospace (QASP)
Spartan Gold Ltd (SPAG)
Strategic Management & Opportunity Corp (SMPP)
Strategic Management & Opportunity Corp (SREH)
Textechnologies Inc.
Tri-Hub International (THUB)
We R You Corp (WERU)
Wheelwin Buillion Inc
Wikifamiles Inc. (WFAM)

Here are some more Charm Investment clients:


I'll now have DUCP on my short list of companies I would like to research soon thanks to this email alert put out by Charms Investments earlier today:

Fact sheet about DUCP created by Clinton Greyling


If I do get time to research this further I'll probably post my findings over on the promotionstocksecrets blog that I now contribute to.

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