Hi bagholder. Some advice, do not sit in the garage, door down, car windows open with the car running any more. If you click a user's screen name and go through their history, you'd find mine saying the following at the end of May, this is officially in the pink sheet garbage heap. Go way back in my history and find I've been warning even before the new CEO. In other words, saying BS about me being the only one not knowing about what goes on here, you don't bother to check others' words before making dumb accusations. Later, baggy!
He worked hard to boost the value of his bank account via people dumb enough to buy shares of this worthless scam. Hoffman taught him well from the slammer.
You must be the 1 person on the planet who doesn't know sapx is a scam. I'd recommend a strong sell but the new "CEO" destroyed the last .0001 Bid. Enjoy.
now at .0001, essentially worthless. Bjorklund hasn't been on a full year and has decimated shareholders' value. He promised the opposite. The SEC has no ability to stop these types of scams.
Actual volume with late trades reported, 946,997,450. The SEC doesn't have the staff available to hold SAPX execs accountable. Here's what you may not know about the SEC. Oh maybe you are truly clueless Securities and Exchange Commission, the SEC visit their website. Click the what we do tab. does that ever look like a ton of garbage and lack of clarity? But most people believe this is what they do, a cut/paste follows:
The SEC oversees the key participants in the securities world, including securities exchanges, securities brokers and dealers, investment advisors, and mutual funds. Here the SEC is concerned primarily with promoting the disclosure of important market-related information, maintaining fair dealing, and protecting against fraud. - - - - Now consider this from 3 days ago Re: AVON. From the hereisthecity website:
Former SEC Inspector General David Kotz sthinks the SEC should do something to protect against future hoaxes, like Thursday's fake filing on Avon. Avon's stock was halted 3 times after reports of a possible acquisition of the cosmetics company. A firm, calling itself PTG Capital, filed an offer with the Securities and Exchange Commission to buy Avon for $18.75 a share. It turned out that no record of such a company existed.
- - - The SEC does not or can not fact check filings. A valid question then, how many stocks are outright scams?