I don't understand why there is so much discussion and argument about whether or not MIMV is a pump and dump. What is more important is whether or not the person who bought at .50 should hold or sell. Pumps and dumps are being used for profit by some day traders. The key factor is to know when to buy and when to sell.
Whether or not MIMV is a pump and dump, they are doing a great job at developing the right business relationships. This means that the stock price has a good chance to recover to .50 or .60 if only temporarily.
They now have the support of Entrepeneur magazine as well as other valuable associations that are likely to flourish into a pretty effective "price bubble" sometime in the future. This would give the people who bought high a chance to sell their shares without losing a lot.
The effectiveness of a pump and dump scheme is based on how much promotion the company receives. It looks as though the company is rearranging itself in such a way that it can produce the next pump and dump.
Eureka! Those who bought high can get their money back and never look back.
If you own MIMV stock: hold.
If you don't own MIMV stock: buy low, sell high make a profit.