On Sept 1, 2012 Clark handed investor relations 1,750,000 shares priced well below the market priced at .07 per share. Look what happened just a month later.
October 18th, 2012 Flexpoint Prepares for Rapid Progress in the Automotive and Trucking Industry sending the stock from .07 to .12
October 23, 2012 Flexpoint Completes Navistar Process sending the stock up to .17 cents.
What luck, just in time to let the investor relations company dump 1.7 million shares at a high enough price to rake in over 200,000 dollars to pay for PR's to promote a company that does less than 65,000 in annual revenues.
Over 200,000 made for the investor relations company and still not a single contract signed!!
Thank goodness I was able to alert the SEC to this new pump and dump. They listened!