Wow! at .000001, that's just $1 per 1M shares for a 99% lost. Only the MM can trade that low, so they are making a killing if they buy at .000001 and sell at .0001. That would be a 10,000% profit. So this POS to us is a gold mine for MM's.
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well, cinemax (papadopoulos/gouveia) apparently has the same transfer agent as the JMCP (frank love/gouveia) Royalty Trust...
won't be surprised to hear of a tmm/cinemax 'merge' into this nebulous 'Royalty Trust'...
JMCP Acquisitions Corp. (Pink Sheet JMCP) Information Concerning the 10 for 1 Forward Split & Royalty Trust Shell Thursday August 16, 4:38 pm ET
PALM BAY, Fla., Aug. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- JMCP Acquisitions Corp. (OTC Pink Sheets: JMCP - News) CEO, Frank Love states, "The 10 to 1 forward split of James Monroe Capital is a two part tool designed to aid our Company in its financing of the Joint Venture projects with potential valuations of $3.4 Billion dollars in addition to halting a suspected Stock Certificate duplication scheme brought to our attention by someone close to our overseas investors. The announcement of the shell acquisition with just 4 Million shares issued, all of which I have secured in a bank vault is to let everyone know where the Royalty Trust containing our Oil projects will go. Capital Transfer Agency is the Royalty Trust transfer agent"
CINEMAX PICTURES AND PRODUCTION COMPANY INTL., INC TO UNVEIL A NEW DOCUMENTARY CALLED "ROCK AND ROLL GEAR HEAD: 4 DAYS WITH BILLY F. GIBBONS" AT A SPECIAL FUNCTION IN TORONTO ON SEPT 27TH.
Published in M2 PressWIRE on Thursday, 27 September 2007 at 18:30 GMT Copyright (C) 2007, M2 Communications Ltd.
(OTCBB -- QBID) Toronto -- Constantine A. Papadopoulos, President and CEO of Cinemax Pictures and Production Co., Intl., Inc. announced today its first foray into documentary format filmmaking by signing a deal with producer and director Jamie Chamberlin. Among his many projects includes the new documentary "Rock and Roll Gear Head: Four Days with Billy F. Gibbons." Cinemax Pictures will work directly with Jamie Chamberlin and his company, Rooster Films, in coordinating distribution and production deals for some of his current and future projects.
According to Papadopoulos: "To kick off our collaboration, their will be an exclusive, by invitation only, Toronto premier of a sample of his documentary work, "Rock and Roll Gearhead: 4 Days with Billy F. Gibbons" on September 27th. The event will be co-hosted by Cinemax Pictures and Production Co. Intl., Inc., Jamie Chamberlin and the Gibson Guitar Company. The function will be held at the new Gibson Guitar facility in downtown Toronto.
Mr. Chamberlin commented: "Premiering this film at Gibson Guitars is more than an appropriate gesture because Billy F. Gibbons has a long term relationship and association with the legendary Gibson Guitars, including his custom made Gibson Guitar and his preference for using a classic 1959 Gibson Les Paul edition in many of his performances."
Papadopoulos continued: " Rock and Roll Gearhead' is an exciting piece of documentary film work about one of the most interesting people I have ever met, Billy F Gibbons of ZZ Topp. Mr. Chamberlin had unprecedented and exclusive access to Mr. Gibbons and captured more than just backstage moments, but was able to give us a personal and professional portrait of this brilliant guitarist and famed Rock and Roll legend."
According to Mr. Chamberlin: "I look forward to my association with Mr. Papadopoulos, Wayne Thompson and the others at Cinemax Pictures who appreciate my talents and see the value of my existing projects and concepts and the potential for them to move into mainstream film distribution."
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