True. When you have a company that dilutes as much as SAPX, you can never count on the last reported shares outstanding. Unless you are a pump tard who is trying to swindle people.
Welcome to the pump and dump sunny. You sign up for a free penny stock news letter, they tell you to buy this stock because they think it will go to $2 from $0.01. Your greed kicks in and you buy it. Then you wonder why you lost your money. It's a con game, you lose. Don't take advice from anyone you do not personally know, i.e. face to face. Do you personally know the owners of the free newsletter? Do you know where they live or work? Do you know what club they went to last night?
Fun days now? Fun days ahead? Think again. Be careful.
why don't you just donate your money to food kitchens, homeless shelter, or the Komen foundation instead of #$%$ it away on the Hoffcammers?
SAPX does not try to get their scripts accepted, they are the one who accept and buy scripts or finished movies. They write nothing. Nothing.
Now you have fewer than 15,000 shares. Again, dilute, reverse split, repeat. They are really working hard to exchange debt (loans, bills) into equity (shares of stock, your money). Please explain why people continue to buy this stock or believe anything the comes from the mouth of a hoffscammer?