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jgompper_41005 58 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 15, 2014 2:59 PM Member since: Feb 18, 2004
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  • Reply to

    WELL...

    by bigtimebric Dec 12, 2014 2:38 PM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Dec 15, 2014 2:59 PM Flag

    Run which way, it's done nothing but run downward since I bought in. I hope this isn't another pump and dump POS promoted by Jim Cramer .. my last 5 buys of his promoted/highlighted stocks have turned out to be total losers.. I'm starting to believe he's becoming the premiere pumper and dumper using his profiled stocks to cover what's in his funds.

  • Reply to

    Gawd I love Jim Cramer...................

    by joe_kernon_cnbc Dec 3, 2014 6:44 PM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Dec 15, 2014 2:35 PM Flag

    This looks like another pump and dump by Jim Kramer. I used to think he actually was helping the small investor, but my last 5 buys of highly profiled/promoted stocks by Cramer including this one have turned out to be total POS. Unfortunately he's turning into a premier pumper and dumper to protect his funds.

  • SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, Plaintiff, ECFCASE -against-Guy M. Jean-Pierre (a/kla Marcelo Dominguez de Guerra), Defendant.

  • jgompper_41005 by jgompper_41005 Oct 6, 2014 7:44 PM Flag

    SEC Charges Florida-Based Lawyer with Forging Attorney Opinion Letters for Microcap Stocks

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    2012-257

    Washington, D.C., Dec. 7, 2012 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced charges against a Florida-based securities lawyer for issuing fraudulent attorney opinion letters that resulted in more than 70 million shares of microcap stock becoming available for unrestricted trading by investors.

    An attorney opinion letter is required from a licensed and duly authorized securities lawyer in order to facilitate the transfer of restricted microcap shares on the over-the-counter markets. In April 2010, the Pink Sheets (now OTC Markets Group) banned Guy M. Jean-Pierre of Pompano Beach, Fla., from issuing attorney opinion letters due to “repeated missing information and inconsistencies” about the issuers and his lack of due diligence in his past letters.

    The SEC alleges that Jean-Pierre has since engaged in a scheme to continue writing and issuing attorney opinion letters in the name of his niece by applying her signature without her consent. Jean-Pierre (also known as Marcelo Dominguez de Guerra) sought to evade the ban by forming a new company called Complete Legal Solutions and misrepresenting that his niece was conducting the legal work that was allegedly performed.

    “Securities lawyers are trusted gatekeepers in the issuance of stock, and it is particularly offensive when attorneys like Jean-Pierre blatantly break the rules and commit fraud,” said Andrew M. Calamari, Director of the SEC’s New York Regional Office. “The SEC is committed to punishing offenders like Jean-Pierre as we continue to root out the enablers of microcap fraud in our markets.”

    According to the SEC’s complaint filed late yesterday in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Jean-Pierre hatched a plan within two weeks of his ban to continue issuing attorney opinion letters through Complete Legal and his niece’s identity. Jean-Pierre’s niece, a licensed attorney herself, was looking for work at the time. Jean-Pierre told his niece about his work issuing attorney opinion letters and offered to pay her to assist him. He suggested they form Complete Legal and asked her to send him three copies of her signature and a copy of her driver’s license. Jean-Pierre’s niece complied with his requests with the understanding this information was needed to incorporate Complete Legal. Afterwards, Jean-Pierre never requested that his niece do any legal work at Complete Legal and she was not compensated for any such work.

    Instead, the SEC alleges that Jean-Pierre used the new company and his niece’s identity to continue his prior practice of issuing attorney opinion letters. Each of these letters contained fraudulent statements and falsely represented his niece as the signatory. Jean-Pierre’s niece did not write any of the letters and did not make the representations concerning the issuers. Jean-Pierre fabricated attorney opinion letters on Complete Legal letterhead for at least 11 companies that traded publicly on the Pink Sheets. Certain letters resulted in Pink Sheet issuers being granted the improved status of having adequate current information in the public domain under Rule 144(c)(2) of the Securities Act of 1933. This status kept the issuers from being tagged on the Pink Sheets’ website with a red “STOP” sign near its ticker symbol with the moniker of “OTC Pink No Information” and a large warning that the company “may not be making material information publicly available.”

    According to the SEC’s complaint, adequate current public information about an issuer must be available for certain selling security holders to comply with the Rule 144 safe harbor allowing companies to issue unregistered securities pursuant to Section 4(1) of the Securities Act. Jean-Pierre falsely issued letters bearing his niece’s signature to transfer agents opining that restrictive legends could be legally removed from either pre-existing stock certificates or newly issued stock certificates pursuant to Rules 144 or 504 of the Securities Act.

    The SEC’s complaint alleges that Jean-Pierre violated Section 17(a) of the Securities Act and Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5. The SEC is seeking disgorgement of ill-gotten gains with prejudgment interest and financial penalties, a permanent injunction, and a bar from participating in the offering of any penny stock pursuant to Section 20(g) of the Securities Act.

    The SEC’s investigation, which is continuing, has been conducted by Megan Genet and Steven G. Rawlings in the New York Regional Office. Todd Brody, Barry Kamar, and Ms. Genet are handling the SEC’s litigation.

  • Reply to

    Who's Still Holding?

    by llcoolm11 Sep 24, 2014 11:37 AM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Oct 6, 2014 7:25 PM Flag

    I've tried to sell out of this POS via my Scottrade account, they won't even process the sell order. I sent FSPM this e-mail today "When are you going to announce earnings to shareholders? Or are you just a bunch of pump and dump thieves.."

  • Reply to

    ISNS Earnings Announcement In Approx. 30 Days

    by mitchpit11 Oct 4, 2014 2:25 PM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Oct 5, 2014 3:13 AM Flag

    Should be at the end of October 2014 because 2Qs was at the end of July 2014. This seems to be a total pump and dump POS.

  • jgompper_41005 by jgompper_41005 Sep 30, 2014 3:50 PM Flag

    Folks, as a shareholder of DSS for over 3 years, I have followed DSS progress or lack thereof intensely. I usually listen to each of your quarterly earnings calls 2 or more times. After listening to DSS latest earnings call, I’ll admit I am confused as to just what your basic business model is: manufacturing, legal firm, hedge fund? Your executives seem to be little Don Quixote’s simultaneously suing/attacking a multiplicity of giant windmills/corporations. These giant windmills/corporations all are making profits and returning value to their shareholders. I have taken the time to listen to the earnings calls of many of these corporations. They seem to regard your lawsuits as I would a pimple on my butt, an irritant but a good squeeze and it’s gone. They seem to be massively capitalized and able to tie any lawsuits up in the courts for years/decades through changes of venues, appeals, etc. Also many are foreign corporations which means international court process and costs. More importantly they all seem to be making money, experiencing high profitability . My first question to you is if these corporations are able to make a profit (assuming they are infringing/utilizing your patents), how come you can’t.

    You use the term “increased profitability” multiple times in your latest conference call, so when is this going to translate to positive net income to return value for your common shareholders?

    I am also having a hard time determining just what product/services you are actually marketing. What is your sales strategy and results by product line. I’m sorry to say but I have more faith in the 12 year old girl up the street selling lemonade than I do in your whole Marketing Organization.

    I’ve been investing for over half a century and have owned shares in over 400 companies. My investment in DSS rates as one of my 5 worst investments

    Sent to DSS ON 09/30/2014

  • Reply to

    DRNE: 150 million shares O/S

    by hype_monger Sep 5, 2014 9:36 AM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Sep 29, 2014 12:16 PM Flag

    Sounds like Dr. Frost is a scam artist pumping this POS.. shows commercials with drones manufactured by someone else.. doesn't show their tethered drones .. should be looked at under Sarbanes-Oxley.. this is total piece of #$%$ .. the whole lot of scammers including Dr. Frost ought to be behind bars

  • jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Sep 24, 2014 5:37 PM Flag

    Agreed, nothing but a downer since I invested in this POS. Investing in your neighborhood lemonade stand will give you a better return than this scam.

  • Reply to

    Next Earnings Announcement 2014-08-12

    by ali_elmehelmy Aug 8, 2014 3:30 AM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Aug 12, 2014 11:30 PM Flag

    On 9/1/14 you can have all my shares for $10.00 each. Please advise where and who I should deliver them to.

  • Reply to

    what price icld is going to offer, it seems 5.4-5.56

    by wtpek Jul 20, 2014 2:13 PM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Jul 23, 2014 6:09 PM Flag

    good comment/question. maybe these 'announced contracts" aren't all they seem. when do the start generating real revenues and earnings? the history of the management of this POS is all fluff and no substance.

  • jgompper_41005 by jgompper_41005 Jul 9, 2014 1:07 AM Flag

    I sure hope MODN's Quarterly Earning Statement shows Positive Net Income/Earnings. Be nice to have something to boost the share value so the common shareholders get a return on their investment. This certainly hasn't lived up to it's two years of overhype.

  • Shareholders of ICLD are seeing their investments vaporizing into the clouds. Management should be prosecuted under Sarbanes-Oxley laws.

  • jgompper_41005 by jgompper_41005 Mar 18, 2014 6:52 PM Flag

    ICLD corporate moto should be modified from "Minds Together " to " Minds Together to screw the common shareholders"

  • Reply to

    earnings

    by mrrgl Mar 15, 2014 2:41 PM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Mar 18, 2014 12:23 PM Flag

    DSS responses to my emails on earnings release:
    1. Mr. Gompper,
    The release date for the earnings has not yet been announced. Thank you for your continued interest in DSS. If you have further questions as an investor, you may contact our investor relations, Peter Salkowski of the BlueShirt Group. He is copied here on this email.

    Nicole Acton
    Corporate Administration Manager

    DSS Corporate Headquarters
    28 East Main Street, Suite 1525 | Rochester, NY 14614
    P: 585.325.3610 | F: 585.325.29

    2. Mr. Gompper,

    In addition to what Nicole stated, as a Non-Accelerated filer DSS has 90 calendar days from the end of its fiscal year (December 31, 2013) to file its 10K with the SEC. Contrary to your comment, the company has until the end of March to report. We will publish a press release at least one week prior to the earning call informing investors/others of the call details.

    Thanks for your interest in DSS.

    Regards,

    Peter Less

  • Reply to

    Roth presentation today

    by premiumdm Mar 12, 2014 7:46 PM
    jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Mar 18, 2014 12:20 PM Flag

    Do you think they'll get any sales/customers from their presentation? If so, in what areas/products? Thanks

  • jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Mar 7, 2014 2:17 AM Flag

    DSS responses to my emails on earnings release:
    1. Mr. Gompper,
    The release date for the earnings has not yet been announced. Thank you for your continued interest in DSS. If you have further questions as an investor, you may contact our investor relations, Peter Salkowski of the BlueShirt Group. He is copied here on this email.

    Nicole Acton
    Corporate Administration Manager

    DSS Corporate Headquarters
    28 East Main Street, Suite 1525 | Rochester, NY 14614
    P: 585.325.3610 | F: 585.325.29

    2. Mr. Gompper,

    In addition to what Nicole stated, as a Non-Accelerated filer DSS has 90 calendar days from the end of its fiscal year (December 31, 2013) to file its 10K with the SEC. Contrary to your comment, the company has until the end of March to report. We will publish a press release at least one week prior to the earning call informing investors/others of the call details.

    Thanks for your interest in DSS.

    Regards,

    Peter

  • jgompper_41005 jgompper_41005 Mar 5, 2014 9:15 PM Flag

    I've sent them e-mails requesting this info twice in the last month. I'm still waiting for both an acknowledgement and reply.

  • I sure hope they generate some real sales from this conference presentation. I've never seen a company present at so many tradeshows/conferences only to have nothing to return to their common shareholders. DSS 4rth Quarter and full year results should already be out, but I and other concerned shareholders can't get a simple answer as to when it's going to happen. I find it hard to understand with all the security problems in industry today that these folks can't make a sale. Maybe they should call The Profit to come in and review, refocus, reprocess this company, because current management seems lost.

  • jgompper_41005 by jgompper_41005 Feb 21, 2014 12:23 AM Flag

    This stock has done nothing but decline in market value over the last 2 years. I hope the March earnings call is something positive for the common shareholder instead of the same tired techno babel by Mr. Vivek Y. Ranadiv. Two years of dead money for the common shareholder. Instead of multi-million dollar bonus for the flim-flam-artist in chief, how about a dividend and increase in market price.

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