That the TSA has a failing report card for catching dangerous items going thru the scanners. At some major airports, the TSA failed to spot a single dangerous item that was intentionally put thru by officials such as GLOCKS, KNIVES, and BOMB parts. IDOI will save the day!!
they have really found a winner with the recent addition of JEI and they are able to confidently put this news out there as they say, "JEI fits the bill, with over 40 years in the U.S. security and safety markets. In addition to U.S. airports, final GSA approval will open the door to all federal buildings, prisons, court houses, military bases, and U.S. embassies around the world."
Remind us the currency of JEI arrangement; stale news being repeated for the pump effect.
Quality Stock obtained a 60k bux contract to pump IDOI; do you know who paid the pimps to pump? Not in the disclosure of Quality Stock investor relations firm. Only something to the effect that a third party paid for services. Transparency? More like an investment game operation running a Pump and Dump scheme! All IMHO.
You DO believe the fluff and nonsense rhetoric published by IDOI and its third party payers, don't you. You are an ideal prey for the professional manipulators of this speculative sewer stock. Do you play the lottery, too? Hope you enjoy being a stuck long bagholder. All IMHO.
Those reports are from the "Red Team" folks the GAO deploys throughout the country. Google: TSA fails "Red Team" and see what else they miss.
If IDO repositioned itself and got into the business of making 21st Century x-ray machines, that would be huge. Moreover, if they could get 3D x-ray AND liquid explosion detection, that would be a massive business coup.
Your position is rather admirable, but you may be making some false assumptions. Namely, that IDO Security is in the security business.
Many of us believe that IDOI is just another OTC BB USA investment game. The genuine game plan is to peddle billions and billions of toilet tissue certs to gullible, unsophisticated, greedy, and other easy prey. The shoe magazine is just a carrot; it could have been cancer-curing copper cupolas or something else fanciful that could be enticing. All IMHO.