This should really scare if you're one of the PV's victims.
StevO, do you blindly believe everything you read, or just the bs that supports your angst filled hate of Phil? I read the post and it sounded like bs to me, because CCTR reports 10-Q's & 10-K's, and they growing the business with 101% revenue gains and 487% earnings gains, also Phil is a West Point grad who served his country with honor, have you?
Keep, you said, 'CCTR reports 10-Q's & 10-K's, and they growing the business with 101% revenue gains and 487% earnings gains'
Do you believe everything you read???
I'm actually from Dallas. What that guy posted is true. Please, just TRY to call CCTR's office and give them youre business. Just try! It's sad...
"Phil is a West Point grad who served his country with honor, have you?"
Teachers, Policemen, and Priest, also have served the public, are you saying none of them can do no wrong, or are you saying that everyone should turn their backs and let them continue. Imagine that!
<<buy all you want. Just know you will be another victim :)>>
StevO, talking about buying all you want, if you buy 1m shares at $0.0072, it'll cost ya $7,200, not including the negligible broker fee. So have you ever owned 1m shares in any company? If not, this is your chance.
I don't agree with this statement.
Most otc & pinksheet companies have to sell more stock to grow the business, because they can't get the financing more established companies get.
If you have an interesting business you can always do a PIPE or Equity Standby Agreement, but CCTR choose for the wrong type of financing.
You keep harping on the At Home auditor that does CCTR's books.
Funny, while my former employer was cooking their books for over $3 BILLION in fake sales, do you know who THEIR auditor was?
KPMG LLD, with over 126,000 employees world wide operating in 140 countries.
That didn't seem to help too much in catching the company they were auditing who was cooking their books for 23 YEAR before the Federal Government finally caught them.
In all of those years, NOT ONE KPMG employee ever raised a single question about fake sales posted to my company's books.
So you can complain all you want about Auditors.
An ex-friend of mine is an auditor and he now owns a HUGE spread worth about $10 million in a town West of me about 50 miles. He paid for it with the NINE MILLION he defrauded from his client companies. He spent ONE SINGLE NIGHT in jail for that. He paid back the money, after using it to enrich himself, and got a couple of years of probation. He is STILL an auditor and I am sure he is still stealing from his clients. He is just a bit more careful about how he does it and covers his tracks better.
So don't lecture ME about Auditors. They are almost as big crooks as Politicians whether they are a one person operations or a company with 126,000 employees.
Just ask the folks who invested in ENRON, GM, Goldman, etc about how they look upon the auditors of those companies.
“I've forgotten more than you will ever know about computers.”
I too have forgotten more about computers than I'll ever know again, so I have to agree with you. I began my computer experience on the Tandy (Radio Shack) TRS-80 with cassette tape drive and Basic as the programming language along with that big white square prompt on black TV screen in the early eighties. By 1989 I graduated to a Packard Bell with a blazing 12 mhz cpu speed, 40 mb hard drive, color vga and a mouse. The included 5.25 and the high density 3.5 floppy drive provided true flexibility, lol. The computer came complete with Dos 3.3 and QuickBasic programming language.
In those days I could create programs from scratch for specific purposes including financial, games, stats, screensavers, batch files etc. Dos had its limitation (640k) but it provided a good learning environment. I miss the day when you could flip on a computer switch, sit down and it would be ready to go rather than having to wait through start up time that is required now.
As for PV his plan uses investor’s resources with no obligation or interest in returning anything to them. During my years around stocks I have never seen anyone do what PV does with regards to Pr’s, dilution, company ownership, acquisitions etc. It’s clearly imo a money raising scheme aimed at transferring money away from investors.
<<I've never claim to know all, but I do have 10 years of history of PV.>>
Yikes, ten years, some might think thats an obsession.
<<Drive by a public company that does IT Serving in the multi-million dollar revenue range. It takes a large operation to handle IT services. There are meeting rooms, labs, sales people, accounting, marketing, assistants, and general staff for implementation. Look at the parking lot and look at the facilities of the Dallas office.>>
CCTR does most of its business in China, the Dallas office is just their World HQ's.
<<Please tell me if still believe. You can go by a $20 million dollar operation and they will have multiple people in their accounting department. PV had issues with his last 2 auditors. The current one works from home with no other employees. Seems to be very unlikely that he is pulling all this off with almost no employees.>>
I can only report what I read on CCTR's financial sheets, and it states they employee 227 people world wide, and grew revenues 101%, and grew earnings by 487% this past quarter compared a year ago's 1st quarter.
<<I'm trying to keep money in your pocket.>>
Thats nonsense! I don't even know you, and it makes you sound like a NY shister, when you say stuff like that.
Pull your head out of your derrière already.
Yes, I started when a 4K computer was bigger than a VW. When a 2 Meg hard drive was as big as an auto tire. Now I have a portable drive that holds as much as 320,000 of those original hard drives would hold. I also had the first "laptops" that were bigger than a suitcase, had a screen smaller than a portable DVD player and the only color was the Green of the characters on the screen. Memory was 640,000 bytes and the only drive was a floppy. But I also was a True Relational Database expert in the 1980's that flew around the country teaching Relational DB language (NOT SQL which is a joke for morons - true definition of an oxymoronic phrase "Structured Query Language" to be considered the standard for a Relation Language... they are the opposite of each other since Relational DB's are NOT Structured, but free form in nature. It is as big a tragedy as the adoption of VHS over Beta-max as a video taping standard. VHS hasn't the fraction of Beta's capabilities for accurate rendition of motion recording.).
I've forgotten more than you will ever know about computers.
As to PV, I think he is a moron. But even morons can make money for ME.
I don't "believe" in PV, nor do I think he will even come close to 100th of what the company I worked for did because he isn't smart enough.
In fact, once CCTR rises prior to their earnings report I will dump all of my shares and walk away and look for a better investment.
The main thing I have learned is you don't have to like a person or his corporate goals to make money.
It only requires buying and then selling at the right times because the more erratic company's stock price is the more opportunities you have to make money.
<<I don't agree with this statement.
Most otc & pinksheet companies have to sell more stock to grow the business, because they can't get the financing more established companies get.>>
Whether you agree or not, has nothing with it, because Phil Verges has said himself that CCTR has difficulty getting financing because its listed on the otc exchange, and thats why he's in the process of trying to get listed on one the top three trading boards(NYSE, Amex, Nasdaq).