Today's Stock Scam Spam
Wonder why they never put these disclaimers first? (And why the links to their disclaimers are so-often broken?)
IMPORTANT NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER: This featured company newsletter is paid advertising and does not purport to provide an analysis of a company’s financial position, operations or prospects. IFR. (Illuminated or Publisher), has been directly and indirectly compensated to publish this newsletter. ILLUMINATED received the following compensation from a third party shareholder of Section 10 (“SECI”) two hundred fifty shares of its Restricted Common Stock and in addition, ILLUMINATED received five hundred thousand free-trading shares pursuant to an agreement which terminated in July of 2009. ILLUMINATED will be selling its five hundred thousand free-trading shares of SECI during this campaign at prices that may be below its target prices as it deems necessary in part to cover expenses. The target price is based solely upon the Reovest Growth Research Report.This advertisement contains a strong buy ILLUMINATED only takes on clients which it can recommend a strong buy it has never recommended a hold or sell. ILLUMINATED has and will sell its shares well below its target prices.
Note the home page link here is also broken: http://www.stocktouts.com/disclaimer.html
Gotta love the domain. The only place with a shred of honesty up front.Here's the stock these jackals are pumping today: Sector 10. Check out the amazing cash flow statement to see how much this pile of junk is losing.
Do not miss the exciting income statement, with $19,000 on the top line. Really. I bet there are lemonade stands that have done more than this in one day.Sector 10’s only executive is trying to sell armored boxes to businesses that have things like gas masks in them. This is a 9-11 type of story, just 8 years too late. He has the best name I’ve ever seen for a Utah-based sketchy penny-stock exec: Pericles DeAvila. Here is a great page with information on Pericles, as well as a special blue ribbon that shows that Pericles’ has won an award for “#1 products of 2012”
The original Pericles probably would like to have been able to see into the future as this one seems to be able to.A whois lookup on stocktouts.com shows they're hiding their identity behind Whois privacy protection. I wonder why. Same with the homepage domain, wsedge.com.
Here’s the internet wayback link for wsedge.com.
I just asked TMF Jake if there’s a way we might be able to track spammed stocks on caps. Would be pretty funny and informative, and maybe even a good deed for society if we could get it done.