A handful of stockholders, mostly in China, probably cleaned up on AOBI. If you're on this message board, you didn't. AOBI "went dark" which means it's delisted and our stock is virtually worthless....as indicated by the share price. Since it's delisted, AOBI doesn't have to tell us much of anything since it's not operating under the rules of any major stock exchange or the SEC.
It's still a "public" company but in it's current structure, it might as well be private.
I can't imagine any realistic situation that would lead to getting even a fraction of the money back from AOBI. It's not worth selling at this point so I'm going to hold on to it for as long as it's listed. I'll think of it as a warning to myself next time I consider delving into the Chinese market.