It is a known fact that US CPA's cannot validate anything inside a Chinese Bank. HSBC is a chinese bank and the documents were fraudulent. That is why you see one excuse after another about the funding not happening. It will never happen and the officers of VSTA and BGMO are probably already gone.
It has been a pump and dump for years I own a few thousand shares of this flea bag and all it has done is lie to investors and go down. They started as a clothing venture then exploration now who knows what bs scheme they will come out with. This headline about the $50 mil is probably another scheme between the two to screw over more prominent investors. They have no morals and neither do these paid pumpers keenfu*ing inbreds. if they had any good intentions they would buy back this bs stock and give back some of the monies that investors have lost, I paid over $2 a share for this flea bag and now it is worth #$%$ SEC should abolish this #$%$ permanently.
BGMO has never traded over $2 a share that makes you a blatant liar, you are nothing more then a paid basher.
BASHERS WILL LIE TO YOUR FACE. Never trust a basher. The truth on startup companies is that many mistakes are made and losses happen. The basher will try to make you believe all startup companies make a profit, release financials every quarter and all aspects of the business run smoothly. THIS IS NOT TRUE. THE BASHERS LIE TO YOU. Startup companies can go years without profits, financials and good business, this is the nature of the beast.
BASHERS NEVER BASH A BAD STOCK.
Watch the board for stocks with no potential. They never have any bashers. Bashers only go after stocks that are going upwards or have excellent potential to go up. Bashers get left behind, so they want to bring the price down to be able to get in at a great price.
HSBC Holdings plc is a British multinational banking and financial services organisation headquartered in London, United Kingdom and is one of the world's largest banks.
HSBC has a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. As of 6 July 2012 it had a market capitalisation of £102.7 billion, the second-largest company listed on the London Stock Exchange,