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mlgreen875 19 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 10, 2015 9:22 AM Member since: Apr 27, 2012
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  • mlgreen875 mlgreen875 Apr 10, 2015 9:22 AM Flag

    You last posted in MNTR November 2014.

    People can make up their own minds about what I post and how often.

    I note, yet again, that you do not address the substance of my posts, only THAT I post.

    Do due diligence.

  • Golden et al v. Mentor Capital et al

    Case # 2:15-cv-00176-TC

    Filed 3-19-2015

    Case covered online by Stock Promoters website and Courthouse News

    "A Florida mother and daughter are seeking damages and punitive damages for securities fraud, conspiracy, negligent misrepresentation and bad faith from Mentor Capital, Inc. (OTCMKTS: MNTR).

    Gena and Susan Golden filed suit in federal court (March 19, 2015) against Mentor Capital and Labertew & Associates claiming that they were defrauded out of %150,000 by investing in worthless and unregistered stock that they purchased from Mentor."

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  • The 50% of Brighter Day Health is talked about.

    The 30% of AGI Pharmaceuticals is talked about. (BTW, is AGI like "Symbian Bank", an entity solely existing in relation to MNTR? Mentioned nowhere else except when talking about its business dealings with MNTR?)

    The 9% ($5,000,000) stake in Hadron Systems, Inc. is not accounted for. (Announced May 5, 2011 and July 26, 2011, MNTR's "neutron cancer therapy investee").

    It was carried in the "financial statements" at the end of 2011 and the beginning of 2012.

    What's happened?

    I pity the poor accountants.

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  • "Mentor tendered the remaining $7,500,000 to the Bhang owners in freely trading shares of Mentor Common Stock per the terms of the co-operative agreement."

    Where is this stock listed in the financial statements?

    How many shares did Chester send to the Bhang owners?

  • Compared to a loss of $258,784 in 2013.

    Sales up because he is now acknowledging the Waste Company's existence in the balance sheet.

    How much income from Cannabis-related enterprises?

    Picking and choosing numbers.

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  • mlgreen875 mlgreen875 Mar 31, 2015 3:15 PM Flag

    Why the delay?

    To pick and choose numbers -- "where everything is beautiful all the time".

    Do MASSIVE AMOUNTS of due diligence.

  • mlgreen875 mlgreen875 Mar 31, 2015 3:14 PM Flag


  • Chester didn't announce it (as of tis posting, 10:56 am ET), but EDGAR did.

    Do read about how much cash Chester got from MNTR in 2014.

    Do read the auditor's "substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern".

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  • CEO, other officers and Board members can exchange warrants for HALF of the price the stock ends on the last day of the month.

    One officer and one Board member did so last month (SEC filings).

    GREAT INCENTIVE to keep the stock price down (at least on certain days of the month).

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  • Reply to

    How low can I buy in?

    by stockjedi83 Mar 26, 2015 2:21 PM
    mlgreen875 mlgreen875 Mar 26, 2015 3:55 PM Flag

    Wrong question.

    The question should be: "Can I afford to lose all of the money I "invest" in this stock?"

    The same question when considering the purchase of any stock.

  • Looking forward to seeing Chester's Q4 and full year 2014 "Financial Statements".

    Looking forward to the discussion of advances to officers of Bhang and Waste Consolidators.

    Also looking forward to Chester's explanation of how much cash he has taken from MNTR, by way of salary, loan(s) and bonus(es).

    Looking forward to expenses related to magazine articles (and cover pictures of Chester).

    Cannabis hedge fund in Nevada.

    Symbian Bank.

    Missing $621,000 sent to someone somewhere for "credit default insurance".

    Discussion on judge's ruling on MNTR's various motions in the Bhang suit.

    Discussion of the due diligence Chester did with Symbian Bank and the "company" he sent the $621,000 to.

    Discussion of the new and LOWER strike price for the warrants.

    Granting 200,000 warrants to the new CFO (more dilution).

    I'm sure Chester will adequately answer ALL shareholder concerns.

  • Reply to

    How Many More Shares Will Be Issued??

    by rhmystic Feb 11, 2015 10:13 AM
    mlgreen875 mlgreen875 Feb 12, 2015 12:55 PM Flag

    This might give Chester an incentive to drive the stock price DOWN at the end of a month, so that he can redeem his "Class D" warrants.

    As Billingsley owns over 2,000,000 of these warrants........

    Do due diligence.

  • mlgreen875 mlgreen875 Feb 12, 2015 12:37 PM Flag

    How about some "transparency", Chester.

    What happened to the reporting of this "advance" to an officer of Bhang?

    Did MNTR really do this?

    If not, then why did you include this information in one of your quarterly "financial statements"?

    Do due diligence.

  • Chester says he issued Bhang $7,500,000 worth of MNTR stock ("free-trading shares").

    (MNTR website, Bhang Info link, dated June 25, 2014.)

    Where is this accounted for in the "financial statements"?

    Chester talks about "transparency". Let's have some.

    Do due diligence.

  • "Hearing continued to 01/14/2016 at 9:00 in Department 7."

    January 2016?

    Why so long?

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  • "A Joint Case Management Statement (with updated information only) due by 7/23/2015 (postponed from 4/2/2015). Case Management Conference set for 7/30/2015 (postponed from 4/9/2015) at 11:00 AM in Courtroom C, 15th Floor, San Francisco. (Filed on 1/26/2015)" (Previous dates filed on 1/23/2015)

    As Chester does not bother to keep MNTR stockholders up-to-date on these matters, I thought I would provide that service.

    IF Chester gets any money back from this, how much will be left after paying for his lawyers, for filing and court costs and for the arbitrator?

    Do due diligence.

  • Reply to

    Bhang Must Be Looking Good in Arbitration!!!

    by rhmystic Feb 2, 2015 1:02 PM
    mlgreen875 mlgreen875 Feb 2, 2015 2:19 PM Flag

    I will disagree a little bit.

    By filing suit, Chester has brought into play forces he cannot control (US District judges, Arbitrators).

    I do not know what all is involved with the (now) court ordered arbitration, but I can easily imagine that the arbitrator may have to go to the judge to compel Chester to provide information needed for the arbitration process.

    Chester has managed to scrape along with hype and hope and unaudited "financial statements" for many years. (BTW, I pity the poor accountant that has to make sense out of what all Chester has put out previously as "financial statements" (Prepaid advertising? "Advances" to officers of Bhang and Waste Consolidators? "Reserves" for Warrant Redemptions? "Loans" to the CEO?))

    I would LOVE to hear Chester talk about Wakabayashi and "Symbian Bank" and "Ravensburg Capital" and the $621,000 "credit default insurance" payment to someone somewhere. And the HempCon "contract". All might be relevant as to how Chester presented himself to Bhang.

    I am not a lawyer so everything mentioned above could be totally irrelevant. Or some things relevant and others not.

    Anyway, Chester's hubris may have led him to bring in entities over which he has no control.
    Which he has done before. (Bankruptcy, SEC, other "investees" that he has been involved with."

    All the more reason to


  • mlgreen875 by mlgreen875 Jan 22, 2015 9:17 AM Flag

    Stock closed at $1.95

    Chester had just "bought" HempCon for $7,000,000

    Ah, the good old days before Billingsley got suckered into giving $621,000 in cash to someone somewhere for "credit default insurance".

    The hearing for recovery of that money, BTW, has been continued to January 14, 2016.


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  • What will he do in 2015?

    $1,500,000 to Bhang (now the subject of COURT ORDERED arbitration).

    $621,000 sent to someone somewhere for "credit default insurance".

    And then, MNTR paid Chester Billingsley an extra $258,396 in March, 2014, on top of his usual $120,000.

    Will Chester hire the same posters he used last year, or new people to help get this stock over $2.60 for a few minutes (he needs it over $2.60 so that the $1.60 warrants can be called -- just like last year when he needed the stock to be over $8.00 for a few minutes so that he could call the $7 warrants).

    Fun and games in Chesterland.

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