Investors in the Note Offering included existing shareholders of the Company as well as new investors. David E. Jorden, a member of the Company’s Board of Directors and Acting Chief Financial Officer, invested $100,000 in the Note Offering.
How else do you expect them to get that well deserved pay check each week.
Fact is no reputable/major player will touch this POS and so you will see nothing but stinky pathetic cheesy TOXIC financing. But hey at the end if the day week month, they still get there pay checks right.