Toxic financing. The convertible notes are not genuine because there is never a intent of management to pay off the notes at the onset. Management knows well in advance that the notes will be converted thus make your own conclusions about financial statement disclosures after you watched IMDS collapse in only a few months in a death spiral when hundreds of millions of shares were trading in a single day. Since the SEC, DTCC, PCAOB et al does nothing to stop this obviously, here's how to make real money. Anytime you see a name like Keener, Hicks, Fife or Kramer in an 8K, the stock will likely spike within a week. Once it spikes, consider shorting the stock. Consult your investment advisor before doing anything because you trade at your own risk. It's too late for IMDS.