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  • ilandav ilandav Jul 11, 2013 2:25 PM Flag

    Kandi CEO respons by tomorrow - Pearson will be probably sued and

    he'll have also to apologize .
    Wait for KNDI CEO and law advisor reply to this ridiculous article which has just one propose : to s**t on KNDI as company and on his stock holders .
    None of the complains of Pearson on this article were been proven as true.

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    • seems he is labeling the entire company as a "fraud" - "Over the years I have written many cautious articles regarding pumps, promotions and outright frauds in the US and in China."

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      • he also suggests the lender Capital is running the stock down and further infers KNDI will go the way of another co that did not pay its debts and was delisted: "The key point to take away from these deals is that Capital is a predatory financier that profits by getting into extremely cheap deals from companies who are desperate enough to offer them terms. Capital profits by selling these cheaply acquired stocks on the way down, not by picking winners who are about to go up. This is what explains the tremendous warrant coverage and the $4.37 effective purchase price that Kandi gave up to these investors.
        Additional examples are numerous and can be found by viewing the filings.
        Capital's only other Chinese investment was in China Medicine Corp. This company ended up defaulting on its debts and being delisted to the pink sheets. It subsequently conducted a voluntary withdrawal from the pink sheets and is no longer traded. "

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