you've been accusing them for years - and you've been wrong all along!
SEC, Finra and the Attorney's ignore not legal washtrading and not legal naked shortselling - the control is in opposite to former times easy - but the SEC, Finra and the Attorney's don't want to control existing rules.
And therefore my question is: Who will accuse the criminals inside of SEC and Finra? On the other site, these is an excellent change for investors like stannguru and the institutionals to increase the ownership - stannguru for example onwing now 109,100 shares.
The following disclaimer of the criminal Street Sweeper can not be an exculpation from criminal falsications and manipulations of the criminals crime behind The Street Sweeper,which in essence means that the criminal crime will use their blog and other message-boards like Yahoo to manipulate stockholder sentiment in order to cover their short positions and build positions of Local Corp. Only from the Street Sweeper paid criminal inside the SEC and Finra can after my opinion tolerating such manipulations and falsifications.
For example such a part from the criminal disclaimer of The Street Sweeper: "Additionally, Street Sweeper will from time to time have profit-sharing arrangements with third parties or others who will take long or short positions in stocks referred to in this newsletter. These positions and/or arrangements will affect our objectivity."
My adivice: Mail this part of the disclaimer to your congressman and ask him, what he/she had done in the past against such criminals like y_o_s_e or fanke"r"guru and a lot other ID's of the criminal crime behind The Street Sweeper and what he/she will do in the future.
And I am sure, that this patent will be part of the a newer list of Wikipedio, too
Local Corporation Granted U.S. Mobile Pay-Per-Call Patent
Third Enhanced Directory Assistance Patent Focuses on Mobile Implementations
IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar. 6, 2013-- Local Corporation , a leading online local media company, today announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted the company patent number 8,359,049, which covers a mobile, pay-per-call Enhanced Directory Assistance method and/or system. This is the company’s third issued Enhanced Directory Assistance (EDA)-related patent that expands its reach into this high-growth area.
Issued on Jan. 22, 2013, the patent describes an Enhanced Directory Assistance method and/or system that uses wireless messaging protocols to receive keyword search data associated with a directory service request and matches it with a relevant advertiser associated with the keyword search. As part of the method, the requester is sent the directory listing for the advertiser and a callback number. Based on the second call to the callback number, it is determined that the directory listing was selected by the requester. This patent extends the company’s family of Enhanced Directory Assistance patents into wireless messaging systems, with potential uses extended to a host of potential mobile applications, such as the company’s mobile app, which was recently named as a finalist for the 2013 Appy Awards in the Search Tools category.
Source of the last posting: Read the complete text direct at Small Buisiness Trends
More about Pay Per Call, how it works and why merchants with or without affiliate programs should care
Question: Tell us more about Pay Per Call, how it works and why merchants with or without affiliate programs should care?
If you’re a merchant and phone calls are an important part of your business, unless you’re leveraging Pay Per Call, you’re leaving money and opportunities on the table. Pay Per Call provides merchants visibility and accountability within your marketing channels.
When a consumer chooses to engage with your product, brand or service over the phone, how are you measuring attribution and closing the loop with your marketing spend?
Pay Per Call helps accomplish this and acts as the connective tissue between your online and offline marketing efforts.
Local Corp.: Core IP and Growing Markets Could Mean Business
Posted byLaura Swartz
November 21, 2013 at 10:40 AM
Online media company Local Corporation (LOCM-NASDAQ) reported this morning on new market research commissioned from Borrell Associates. Among its services, Borrell works to gauge ad spending in local markets. The company forecasts that the online pay-per-call ad spending sector (also known as “enhanced directory assistance”) could be worth $8.1 billion by 2018, up from a current value of approximately $1.7 billion. Moreover, business use of this form of online advertising is anticipated to more than double by 2018. As more and more online searches for local goods and services are being performed on mobile devices (as opposed to on the traditional desktop platform), Local Corp. and other industry experts believe that pay-per-call as a mobile lead generation ad model will be key to generating revenue off of mobile consumers.
So What Could This Mean for Local Corp. (LOCM)?
For the past several years, Local Corp. has been expecting the growth of pay-per-call for mobile searches and has been pursuing a competitive patent position in this space. To date, the company states that it has been issued five patents related to pay-per-call advertising solutions.
Source: Crystal Research
Patent & Patent Application examples
2000 - A number of US patent applications have been filed by Ingenio since 2000. Including one for “Method and apparatus to provide pay-per-call advertising and billing”. Additional applications by Ingenio are mentioned here.
2004 - Google’s senior research scientist filed US patent application covering Advertisements for devices with call functionality, such as mobile phones.
2005 - Callgen filed UK patent application UK0504574.5 covering the application of Pay-per-Call in Affiliate Marketing. A number of individuals applicants filed US application US7689466 for Dynamic Pay Per Call listings (Patent was granted in 2010), and US application for an Integrated pay per click and pay per call listings (patent 8239273, granted 2012).
2007 - Local Corp grant patent 7,200,413 relating to a referral model such as pay-per-call listings.
2007 - RingRevenue files patent 8,238,540 for managing a pool of phone addresses.
2008 - Click Interconnect Inc auctioned a number of U.S. Click-to-Call and Pay-per-Call patents.
2012 - Local Corporation Granted U.S. Pay-Per-Call Patent 8,306,208 for a pay-per-call Enhanced Directory Assistance method or system.
with only $700k available on their credit line they had to go back to Square 1 to modify eligible accounts to include unbilled receivables. Cash must be getting tight. And why do they have so much in unbilled receivables?
everyone want to invest in a company that's canning top execs left and right and paying out severance it can't afford.
Given that they cut their revenue forecast, those investments weren't very good, kind of like your investment in LOCM right flanky/fanky/stanky?
all that cash and yet the debt balance went up, where'd it all go?
Actually the disclaimer does absolve them of all liability, you're not very good with American laws are you stanky? You see, in America, if you tell someone what you're doing, and then do it, the other person can't complain because they had the information ahead of time. Whether they choose to believe it or act on it is a personal decision.
Now the question remains, where's your disclaimer stanky? With every recommendation you make of this stock you should be disclosing how many shares you own and your average cost (I know it's painful, but it would probably be good for you to admit publicly how much you're down on this POS). Otherwise you're conducting yourself in a criminal manner in order to influence investors to take action that is in your best interest, not necessarily there best interest.
Watch your back in the airport if you ever make it to the states, the FBI could be waiting for you.