Arizona Gold and Onyx Mining: New Tout from Serial Scammers at Wakabayashi Fund
Stock spammers and scammers are nothing if not persistent. Luckily, they're also, quite often, stupid. Witnesseth the following: Jeffrey Stone, a serial offender who's a convicted felon, his wife Janette Diller Stone A/K/A Dillerstone and their latest pumping vehicle, Wakabayashi fund.
I've written about these clowns before. A tiny bit of internet search engine usage makes it clear the kind of people they are.
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Here's what it doesn't make clear: they're too stupid to take me off their email spam list, so I get all the latest junk they set out to pump via the "Wakabayashi Fund." They're even too stupid to take down the linked-in pages that make it easy enough for a third grader to link the criminal other SEC-investigation history to the operators of this latest venture.
Here's Jeff Stone's LinkedIn page. Here's Janet's.
Worst of all, they've involved the next generation. William Tyler Dillerstone is the web designer for that site. As of 2009, he was listed below Jeff and Janette as "director od [sic] IT and Communications" of the Crescent Fund (the fund that was the subject of the pump and dump judgment detailed in the criminal history link, above) and to judge by email he's sent me in the past, he's may have what it takes to follow in his parents' footsteps. Here's a snippet from Tyler, who asked me to stop "defaming" his poor mother back in December, 2009:
I'll get straight to the point, would you consider taking this post down? The other posts, I do not care as much about. I am not going to really complain about those, the past is the past. But as you might guess, its kind of upsetting googling my moms own name and seeing this post, essentially defaming her, right up on the first page of googles results. We had happened into an unfortunate situation with the SEC, I remember the debacle that went on then, and can honestly say I went through all the finances enough to say my parents name was cleared. The $400,000+ fine reported on the SEC was profit we made, which the SEC decided to claim for themselves (as a 22 year old with a fairly competent understanding of the finance industry, I still do not understand why the profits are going to them.)
Anyhow, I would be truly, absolutely, grateful if you took this post down. It does not reflect who my mom is, and its unfortunate for us that it has gotten so much attention otherwise.
Not only will we not take posts like this down, I'm happy to share my entire dossier with anyone (cough...SEC... cough) that is interested in seeing it. I'm sure the SEC has enough on these parental parasites already, which is why they're hiding in Japan.
And to Jeff and Janette, Nice work, Stones. There are plenty of investors out there who appreciate the heads up to your involvement in anything, becaus they know what it's mostly likely to be: another pile of garbage pump.
And now, to the spam:We would like to introduce you to our latest client, Arizona Gold and Onyx Mining Company VGCP.PK. “AGOM”, a publically traded company established in June, 2010 to maximize the polymetallic potential of its property claim (The “Mayer Prospect”) located in the mineral rich state of Arizona. AGOM’s business is the identification and advancement of high-potential mineral exploration and development opportunities in preferred jurisdictions such as the United States and, more particularly, in Arizona which is the nation’s leading state for mineral production.AGOM intends to commence production of high grade onyx from a large deposit on the Mayer Prospect property and to also investigate the occurrences of Gold, Silver, Platinum Group Metals (PGMs) and Copper that have been discovered on the property. The sixteen claims that make up the Mayer Prospect have assets that were appraised at over $1.8B USD in 1981 which translates to over $4.8B USD at today’s rates. AGOM currently controls one of the sixteen claims that make up the Mayer Prospect, although it is currently negotiating to control the remaining claims.