Hope you're right I have 100 dollars worth of this. 1 mill times .05 would be a nice upswing. Quite a prediction though- are you thinking the trillion dollar hip-hop wine with some hemp in it will propel us to a nickel?
John Arthur Pinheiro if you read this I want to tell you that from what I heard old fat guys with big butts don't do so well in prison. :D
If anyone here is educated, diplomatic and can be engaging and charismatic I suggest complaining to the Vietnamese government as well.
If they file bankruptcy a judge is going to investigate assets. If J.P. was 10% honest he would have litigation pending against V-Star. I think the worm knows he's looked at. I've received snail mail from Cali A.G., Conn. A.G., Michigan A.G., Finra is not even the right agency to complain to, but they let me too. I have a letter from them and a case number as well. Also a recent email from an atty Lisa Smallwood Johnson thanking me for additional info. (SEC), not even sure which state because I've complained to so many. Vietnam wants to improve U.S. relations especially surrounding investing. My next stop is to complain to the Vietnamese government in a very respectful way (may not get anywhere, but they're communist so if they sympathize at all maybe some of the Le's will at least get their balls chopped off or something). I think the stock will go up and I do believe evn tho it's OTC the SEC is now looking at them. I have an attorney's name and number, not bugging her though- the IRS can figure all this #$%$ out. Andy Le is in Texas so Texas AG may be another avenue. Am exhausted, but I know progress is done. You can't contact agencies and pout, yell and be ridiculous though. I worked for the public for a long time and know how they are. You have to approach each agency a little different. Vietnam government may be able to help if approached right.
Is J.P. part of the restructuring, or the clean-up crew? The SEC will eventually figure out what happened to and what is going on with LATF. I've moved on, but am holding firm. J.P. better consider moving to another country if he's part of the Le crime ring. His announced phony investigation is too obvious. A real investigation will either expose him, or prove he is honest.
I only have a million shares on this and am down a hundred bucks, but how in the world 19.30 to .0001 with the bid at 0000 lol...I've seen train wrecks, but this one is unbelievable. The .0001 is AFTER a reverse split, like I saw unbelievable.
Criminals don't answer questions. I just want a pump so I can get out from under this. I'll probably own this for a while.
Hate to admit it, but I agree. (worthless) I just received a signed typed up letter from CA AG indicating they're potentially going to investigate V-Star/Mekonza, but not worded exactly like that. (They can't). Share structure sucks and any assets it's had have been cleaned out. Going to hold onto this because it's no secret. They'll be dissected for sure. J.P. is a tard if he thinks everyone believes that he hired a PI to find the Le family. V-Star is putting out PR's on shipments at the same time. Even if it gets V-Star back the share count is ridiculous. I won't buy more. Altho, if he makes a joint that can cure cancer from somewhere in south America we'll all wish we bought more, lol. I'd steer clear of this. I'm holding because I have to. They may force reintegration, who knows...1-5yrs to find out and anything can happen in between.
Just know after this position and another play out I'm into index funds, mutual funds, etc. You'll never see me on a stock message board again, lol
I just know those of us who are holding this (I'm one). It sucks and I have a mountain of LATF stock..that is totally worthless...sucks....SEC may de-list it since Le's stole/took every single subsidiary with them. I'm not sure what to expect. I do know you'll take it to your grave if you let a corrupt CEO like J.P. or Thu Le bend you over and you don't fight back. My advice is to not be a willing victim, at least report what they've done. This one is illegal and J.P. is a U.S. resident who owns half the company. It is no longer Canadian, Vietnamese, etc., we could potentially win, or if not at least make his life difficult.
I called Bridgeport's prosecuting atty, which directed me to the state of Conn. Attorney General, who is calling me back this afternoon- spoke with a woman for a while, she transferred me to her department head and I left a message. This is going to be a long pain in the #$%$...
Seafood was purchased by and still owned by Nick Le. Just complained and posted the article of LATF purchase of Mekonza. It's also reported as a public company added subsidiary in financial reports LATF reported to the OTC. oag.ca.gov/contact/consumer-complaint-against-business-or-company
Securities and Exchange Commission at 1-800-SEC-0330.
You need to ask why there was a June 2nd company announcement from CEO stating ownership of Mekonza, while Mekonza is owned by a Le family member (absconding CEO relative). Also ask why subsidiaries are removed from financial reports that existed on pre-reports with no material change of asset announcement and ask why those subsidiaries are owned by Le family members when they were announced as a public purchase for a publicly owned company with share holder money. You can read this when you call if that helps.
Please contact the Securities and Exchange Commission at 1-800-SEC-0330 If you don't want to file electronically you need to raise your concerns with the SEC over the telephone. That's a legit. concern.
I believe all of the subsidiaries Le's purchased under the umbrella and identification of Latteno Food Corp. were always put in their own names, even while they were buying them with shareholder funds. This is probably why they think they can get away without an announcement in material change of assets. Reality is there is no change of ownership in the documents, however they publicly announced different acquisitions as a public company expansion and even listed then on financial quarterly and annual documents. They hung themselves at least a couple different ways, but every subsidiary has probably always been a Le subsidiary- all the last press releases plus several of their latest filings are evidence against them.
I'm all for an attorney, but their coffer is going to be much larger then ours. Le's will be paying for the Bunker law firm behind the scenes, plus Pinheiro is an attorney. If the government/state got involved and really got aggressive their coffer is limitless. I'd rather it be public fight then a private fight.
My off handed guess is that at least several million by the month. What's odd is Mekonza is owned by Le's and V-Star is owned by Le's. One was considered part of LATF, one has always been considered private (it's newly created). They've listed Mekonza as an LATF subsidiary on financials reported to OTC on several occasions and in PRS to shareholders. Mekonza sits idle and is completely left out of the Chicken of the Sea contract. It's not even doing any business at all for months. The other seafood bus. has assumed that contract. One question is can the Le's keep Mekonza's title under their sole name after absconding and delisting most of the subsidiaries. If those subsidiaries were purchased to be added subsidiaries of a public company ownership should have been Latteno Food Corp, and not private members of the LE family. Seems a bit shady and a conflict of interest and theft. LATF purchased Mekonza way back in 2012-2013 with shareholder money and it was announced as a company purchase for expansion as part of Latteno Food Corp. These vanishing subsidiaries shouldn't have a Le as an owner. Gets confusing. I think because they aren't really changing the name on the titles of these subsidiaries that they don't believe they need to announce a material change of assets to the company. Legally it's Le owned from the get-go, but it's still technically theft being it was purchased as a company subsidiary and not for a private enterprise.