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  • xraythrives xraythrives May 7, 2012 10:55 PM Flag

    Pump & Dump - Exhibit A

    Well I am glad you asked

    CLNT at $2.00
    CYBI at 50 cents
    FONR at 1.70

    Do your own DD, call bollinger if you would like, and under no circumstance EVER take any investment advice from some anonymous "dude" on a message board.

    ""<<As of March 15, 2012 Independence Energy Corp. (IDNG) had enough cash on hand to fund its current operations through the next 10 years, based on historically weighted operation expenses. The company has expressed interest in using these cash reserves to acquire producing "oil and gas" assets with significant upside. We believe a follow through of this strategy will position IDNG to see momentous growth over the coming months as it acquires and develops these new assets. >>"" End quote
    CREDIT BOLLINGER REPORTS-all rights reserved

    ""<<The Company is continuing to follow through on its strategy of investing cash reserves into producing and developing wells. On March 29, 2012 Independence Energy Corp. (IDNG) acquired a 5% working interest, on a seventy percent net revenue interest, in a drilling program in Coleman County, Texas. The project operator is presently completing final site and equipment preparation for the Vaughn-MEI #106 well. Drilling of this well is expected to commence within the next three weeks. Drilling of the Shields-MEI #105-H horizontal well is expected to begin during the second week of May 2012.>>"" End quote
    CREDIT BOLLINGER REPORTS-all rights reserved

    ""<<Two separate catalyst events are known and expected during the second week of May 2012 and third week of May 2012, consisting of the drilling of Shield-MEI #105-H horizontal well and Vaugh-MEI #106 well respectively. If past performance is any indication, these two events could trigger movements of 50-60%. However, anticipation of these known events may result in early price appreciation – as more investors track the company.

    In addition, company guidance may result in further appreciation. "Overall production levels from the current Quinlan wells are expected to increase considerably over the next several months as the project operator continues their recompletion program and considers several development drilling opportunities," as mentioned by Mr. Gregory C. Rotelli, CEO and President of Independence Energy Corp. (IDNG). >>"" End Quote
    CREDIT BOLLINGER REPORTS-All rights reserved

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    • wootenepes@sbcglobal.net wootenepes May 7, 2012 11:06 PM Flag

      Why not include the disclaimer at the bottom that says Bollinger has been paid $50,000 and they are not recommending the stock, etc.
      And look at the company stick for the annual report. You will find a form stating the report is delayed. Why take Bollinger's word when you can look at company reports. The Oklahoma oil investment is $75,000. And the Texas one is $115,000. I guess that will result in a market cap of $34 mil???

      PUMP & DUMP is all it is. Look up the guy Rotelli.

    • wootenepes@sbcglobal.net wootenepes May 7, 2012 11:30 PM Flag

      Why not include the disclaimer at the bottom that says Bollinger has been paid $50,000 and they are not recommending the stock, etc.
      And look at the company stick for the annual report. You will find a form stating the report is delayed. Why take Bollinger's word when you can look at company reports. The Oklahoma oil investment is $75,000. And the Texas one is $115,000. I guess that will result in a market cap of $34 mil???

      PUMP & DUMP is all it is. Look up the guy Rotelli.

 
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