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vmax40grain 1184 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 21, 2014 2:55 PM Member since: Oct 6, 2011
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  • and we and our compadres done pulled millions of dollars out of suckers for many years with promotions and high interest 'loans' to insiders and associations with shady characters and false and misleading press releases....that's why we'll never get legitimate funding for what should have been a slam dunk success with quality persons such as Harshini Mukundan and Basil Swanson and the help of Los Alamos National Laboratory....

    The chickens WILL come home to roost for the thievin' which has taken place by hardman et al....

  • for hardman et al to run themselves a pump dump scheme.....seems LANS should have done a better job of vetting their associates....

  • or better yet another series of lies....

    It's getting old watching the specialists pick the bare ribcage of the carcass here....

  • google it....

  • Reply to

    2014 year end odds

    by slick_nowick Jan 8, 2014 12:49 PM
    vmax40grain vmax40grain Jan 10, 2014 2:33 AM Flag

    Look to the past if you wish to know the future.

    I hope they try more promotions/pumping....I'll add it to their present historical info and send it to enforcement/regulatory agencies.....again.

  • Reply to

    more lies to come from bmgp?

    by vmax40grain Dec 23, 2013 12:34 PM
    vmax40grain vmax40grain Dec 24, 2013 12:54 PM Flag

    lost to lies....wouldn't have a problem losing had they been legitimate....

  • Reply to

    more lies to come from bmgp?

    by vmax40grain Dec 23, 2013 12:34 PM
    vmax40grain vmax40grain Dec 23, 2013 3:59 PM Flag

    Sure...why not? News has been touted as 'imminent' for years....why not say it's here now?...or later, if you wish...like the circus bmgp is....lots of tooting but no big tent....all hat, no cattle...

    hardman et al owe IOBS "investors" our money back.....

  • vmax40grain by vmax40grain Dec 23, 2013 12:34 PM Flag

    lies such as IOBS development, ruggedization and miniaturization? or lies such as biofuel production facilities or pva polyvinyl alchohol production facilities or propane substitute or minimal dilution or $1.50 jper share pps? how about some more shares being issued to convicted securities fraud felons or toxic financers or loans for cut rate, heavily discounted open trading shares?

  • Seems important that a potential shareholder would wish to know the source isn't a known toxic 'financer' with accompanying dilutive contractual terms...which, imho, is exactly what the arrangement will turn out to be.

    Haviland, President of VaporBrands International, Inc..... "Not only did we finalize a new funding agreement with an established investment group, but we also have entered the final stages of negotiating important new distribution and marketing partners that would allow us to distribute our products on a much broader scale than ever before. We look forward to completing these distribution deals over the next few weeks and a very prosperous 2014."

  • and now it's the chinese guhva-mint that's been holding back our success is what noobs are supposed to read and believe?

    I once spoke to an 'executive' of 'the company'...paul...who expressed bewilderment that I questioned a press release from a year earlier...his words were literally "That was a year ago."....

    Still no IOBS, no clinical trials, no revenue and no earnings...triple zeros a trade away.....no credibility from management....and that's all after spending the 'funding' they raised three years ago....

    hardman et al owes us our money back......and they owe us the truth....my guess is neither will be forthcoming......

  • credit to Richard Park...dated Jan 1 2007...just shy of six years and hardman has YET to deliver "clinical trials" or anything else...except losses to his retail investors/victims and gains to his promoters/financers/consultants......

    "In another development, BioMag Corp. (Orangevale, CA) conducted initial due diligence on Tianjin Automatic Science & Instrument Co. (Tianjin, China), which assembles and distributes lab equipment, and witnessed firsthand its diverse manufacturing capabilities.

    “We're interested in purchasing a minority interest in them because we're going to be doing clinical trials in China,” says Clayton Hardman, president and chief executive officer at BioMag. “While I understand the difficulties with intellectual property in China, I'm taking the tactic that if I buy into them, I'll become a partner. They can then assemble our products and distribute them to their clients. So it should be a win-win situation for us.”

    clayton must not have understood as much as he believed....no china/mexico/kenya/india nothing and no IOBS delivered...or maybe he did understand.........

    Another company mentioned in the article was run by crooks...

    "China Medical Technologies..."Liquidators of China Medical Technologies, a maker of medical testing equipment that was once listed on Nasdaq and is now bankrupt, are alleging that around $400 million in cash the firm raised in stock and bond sales has gone missing. The allegations are in a complaint that the liquidators filed late last month to the Hong Kong police and the FBI."

  • hardman owes iobs investors our money back....he talked an investment but he ran a pump and dilute via paid touters and promoters....and somehow decided that chasing unrelated businesses in china seemed like a great idea....hardman touted clinical trials and funding sources and distribution agreements and he delivered on

    "Critical to our ability to respond effectively to a biothreat attack is the development of sensitive and specific sensor systems that can easily be used for rapid screening of potential victims for infection due to biothreat agents and detection of pathogens in the environment. To help address these needs, we have developed a Reagentless Optical Biosensor (ROB) based on protein specific assays and waveguide-based evanescent fluorescence excitation. Modeled on host pathogen interactions, the sensor's membrane based assay provides rapid, sensitive detection without the addition of reagents. We report here the development of two waveguide based detection systems: a laboratory sensor test-bed system and a handheld, battery operated, prototype. Evanescent fluorescence excitation using planar optical waveguides provides spatial filtering of background auto-fluorescence found in many natural samples, thereby permitting direct analysis of complex environmental and medical samples. The waveguide based assay is fully self-contained in a small, exchangeable cartridge that is optically coupled to the sensor detection system making ROB simple to use and offering the possibility of inexpensive, disposable sensor elements. Using assays for cholera toxin we compare results using flourimetry of vesicle solutions against results for our waveguide based test-bed and prototype sensor systems."

    You owe us our money back, hardman......

  • Reply to


    by billyteex1 Dec 12, 2013 10:54 AM
    vmax40grain vmax40grain Dec 12, 2013 6:36 PM Flag

    I wonder which toxic financiers they..vapr... have chosen to 'fund' the dilution?

    If you wish to play a game which will hone your dd skills you can try to find the nearly invisible thread connecting a certain vapr message board to certain persons interested in a certain recreational exotic herb which makes headlines regularly these days.

    Your mission, should you choose to accept it , is to find a photograph of four smiling friends on a golf course in Colorado all of whom have been litigated by the SEC for securities fraud, specifically pump and dump.

  • vmax40grain vmax40grain Dec 11, 2013 10:55 PM Flag

    "Anything approaching the change that came over his features I have never seen before, and hope never to see again. Oh, I wasn't touched. I was fascinated. It was as though a veil had been rent. I saw on that ivory face the expression of somber pride, of ruthless power, of craven terror--of an intense and hopeless despair. Did he live his life again in every detail of desire, temptation, and surrender during that supreme moment of complete knowledge? He cried in a whisper at some image, at some vision--he cried out twice, a cry that was no more than a breath: The horror! The horror!"

  • google it for an excellent article on the global fight against malaria deaths and the impressive strides which have been made toward the goal of preventing ALL deaths to malaria...
    Where is IOBS/Integrated Optical BioSensor in all of this? It's dangling on hardman et al's pump dump scheme baithook where it has apparently dehydrated and shriveled away...after being heavily touted and promoted as "under development" and "soon to be tested in clinical trials" and "ready for release by the end of the year" all to relieve 2010 retail investors of their cash.....
    One couple of quotes from the article...."comes down to three cheap, revolutionary tools.
    The first is a rapid diagnostic test, or RDT. Until a few years ago, there was no practical way to get a timely, accurate diagnosis for malaria. If someone thought they might have malaria, they had to travel to a distant clinic that had an expensive microscope -- and a trained lab technician who would examine a drop of blood under a microscope -- and hope the doctor read it right.

    Enter the RDT. This simple, 50-cent device tells you in a matter of minutes with 99% accuracy if you have the malaria parasite in your body. There are now 200 million of these tests deployed in Africa each year, and they're transforming the fight against malaria -- driving timely treatment and ensuring people who have other illnesses -- such as pneumonia or respiratory infection -- get the lifesaving care they need."
    And..."Mobile is helping us solve a whole slew of problems in the malaria fight: address health facilities that have a shortage of lifesaving treatments by providing timely updates on stock levels, fight counterfeit drugs by enabling consumers to text a code to confirm a malaria treatment is authentic"...
    Counterfeit drugs....??? For "treatment" of life threatening illnesses??? Only a group of heartless, sociopathic monsters totally lacking in empathy and wrapped in human skin could do something like that...

  • More lies? Pump and dump bait?

    "delivery of the world's first handheld, integrated optical biosensor. Through joint development efforts with its world-class research laboratory and engineering partners, Biomagnetics Diagnostics now plans to deliver a fully functioning, handheld diagnostic device capable of tuberculosis and cholera detection during the summer of 2010."

    'Biomagnetics will be working directly with its research laboratory partner to develop an additional bench top prototype unit that will be used as a platform for test cartridge assay development. This bench top prototype should be completed within 90 days of signing of final development contract. Over the subsequent 90 days this prototype will be used at the research laboratory to develop the assays for both tuberculosis and cholera pathogen detection. Biomagnetics currently plans to have fully functioning tuberculosis and cholera pathogen detection capabilities available for commercial sale at the end of this 180-day period."

    Management of expectations? Or just plain old lying?

  • A "reasonable person" would have perceived this guidance from the ceo of bmgp to indicate development/marketing of IOBS to be the primary focus of the company....no mention of "china" was made at the time. Turns out they...hardman/bmgp et al...used it as bait in a pump dump scheme?

    "In the video series, Mr. Hardman discusses the development, distribution and very large global market opportunity facing the Company’s patented handheld Integrated Optical Biosensor (IOBS) technology leading to commercialization of the world's first handheld unit."

    Very large global market? Thus the chinese/canadian un-related business bullcorn?


    Nice job, hardman.....you baited IOBS investors in and even pretended to be dedicated to commercializing it yet you somehow wound up chasing chinese/canadian junk deals and pipe dreams.....with OUR money...YOU OWE IOBS INVESTORS OUR MONEY BACK, HARDMAN....

  • May 2010...some of the bait used to entice IOBS investors...

    "Alamos will be contracted for development of both the tuberculosis and cholera specific assays. We are expecting to begin delivering these products to distribution partners and end users in the next several months. We are also in final negotiations with a well-established organization in India for development of the malaria specific assay. We believe we will be able to deliver the malaria assay for the IOBS by the end of 2010. "

    By the end of 2010....didn't even come close...

    "Distribution Interest – Having recently returned from an extended international trip to visit potential distribution partners, we are very pleased with the level of interest we are seeing in the IOBS product. We are currently in discussions with several parties in India, China, Malaysia, Thailand, and Mexico. Additionally, we are seeing preliminary interest from distributors in Kenya, Peru, Netherlands and Nigeria."

    Distribution interest? Nine different countries hardman mentioned in that one press release....and that was before the china lies kicked in.....hardman et al owe IOBS investors our money back.

  • Reply to

    WSPVA Bio Products International LLC

    by vmax40grain Nov 27, 2013 12:09 PM
    vmax40grain vmax40grain Dec 2, 2013 12:01 AM Flag

    As are claims by bmgp/hardman that they're going to accomplish anything more than issuances of dilutive shares and press releases.......and enrichment of consultants, stock promoters, financers etc at the expense of retail shareholders......

  • or maybe she WAS one...OTC won't accept her letters anymore....

    "Jervis Explorations Inc/Diane Dalmy

    This is interesting they are going in the back door with the Jervis deals. As was pointed out Diane Dalmy helped a dozen companies file an S-1 and they ALL included Jervis properties. than they tried to withdraw and the SEC sent out letters denying pretty much all of them from withdrawal. "

    Ain't google great?

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