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To: BRIG who wrote (18995)2/17/2012 11:40:43 AM
From: arvitar
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I talked to John again and asked about Ron taking over as CFO of TRTN and he sent me this in an email. Now we know exactly where we stand and what the plan is going forward.

Florida confirms his license is current.



Ron Baldwin will be the CFO for the entire company on Jan 1, 2010. PakIt is growing very quickly so we need to get systems in quickly to manage the reporting requirements. He is developing controls and systems with our team so that we have all entities automated and audit controlled. We need this to provide accurate and timely information for 10-Q’s. We are acquiring private companies that do not have systems in place for public quarterly reporting.



Due to our fast growth, we are implementing a company wide system to be used by all subsidiaries and then Ron will be the CFO of TRTN with a big auditor the first of the year.

Experience is important to us.



Hiring any CPA or general CPA as our CFO would be a bad move. We are hiring talented and highly experienced people – not plain-jane CPA’s.
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To: donpat who wrote (19015)2/17/2012 11:50:36 AM
From: oldnsalty
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"Why they don't include them for easy perusal is worrying."

There may be some privacy/confidentiality issues in the Schedules in certain cases, but I doubt it. And there's a process by which such information could be redacted anyway. I just took a very brief look at the SEC page on filing fees and it's pretty clear that filing fees aren't calculated on a "per word" basis........in fact, I don't believe that there is a filing fee for an 8-K at all.
sec.gov

It seems that the only reason that they don't include them is because they don't want you to read them. The thing that I couldn't nail down is the SEC's position on requiring the publication of Schedules that are part of a material agreement which itself is required to be filed. Common sense would suggest......I suppose I should stop there..........

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To: SteveF who wrote (19009)2/17/2012 11:55:01 AM
From: flptrnkng
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JBI-DE hasn't paid their corporate fees for 2010, accruing $212,597.50 in fees, penalties and interest.


2011 taxes/fees are due by March 1st, when he'll be liable for another $180,000 in franchise tax, and a $50 filing fee.


Maybe JJ abandoned the corp, and forgot to tell DEL SOS?


JBI, Inc. will owe $375.00 to Nevada on/before April 30, 2012



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To: flptrnkng who wrote (19021)2/17/2012 12:08:05 PM
From: scion
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That is very interesting; perhaps the Delaware SOS will check further into it. Some matters that might be included in a review:

1. The share exchange between JBI Ontario and JBI Delaware;

2. The transfer of assets from JBI Delaware to JBI Nevada; and,

3. The use of JBI Delaware corporate funds in connection with the purchase of JBI Nevada.


The SEC might have some questions about those too.



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To: arvitar who wrote (19019)2/17/2012 12:39:17 PM
From: 1Coffeehound
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Hiring any CPA or general CPA as our CFO would be a bad move. We are hiring talented and highly experienced people – not plain-jane CPA’s.

And I'm guessing the "plain-jane" CPA's, who haven't been charged with securities fraud by the SEC, thank Honest Jonny. :)~

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To: oldnsalty who wrote (19020)2/17/2012 12:42:21 PM
From: donpat
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I have actually seen these sort of SEC filed documents where, for confidential, competitive reasons, the info is a blank space with quotes or brackets defining the space as best as I can remember. But at least I could see them!

Here - nothing.

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To: scion who wrote (19022)2/17/2012 12:49:11 PM
From: donpat
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Those could make The Top 10 on Letterman - hilarious!!

ABRACADABRA!

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From: dreaminbig2/17/2012 12:55:51 PM
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JBI/P2O Pix from various articles. Just a paint job and everything is new again.

canadianmanufacturing.com

movimentomilenio.com

beforeitsnews.com

tecmovia.com

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gallery.wellandtribune.ca

oarsystem.com

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To: donpat who wrote (19024)2/17/2012 1:18:25 PM
From: oldnsalty
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We've seen them right here:
sec.gov
***Text Omitted and Filed Separately with the Securities and Exchange
Commission. Confidential Treatment Requested Under
17 C.F.R. Sections 200.80(b)(4) and 240.24b-2

The way it works is the company leaves the confidential stuff out of the public version and sends an unedited version to the SEC for their approval to maintain the omissions......it takes quite a while for them to hear back sometimes. In the above case we haven't heard back in spite of the fact the filing is from August.....the approval would appear on the Company's list of Edgar filings.

The Pak-it filing is different. There's no sign of an application for confidential treatment for the entire Schedules that they have chosen not to provide.

It's hard to tell what to worry about more...what they're telling us or what they aren't.

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From: scion2/17/2012 2:40:09 PM
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What are the contents of "the tanker" and have they been "counted?"

Generic Friday, February 17, 2012 11:13:41 AM
Re: Steady_T post# 165757 Post # of 166060

What are the contents of "the tanker" and have they been "counted?"

If nobody knows what's in these tanker trucks, or where they are going, that's fine, why make something up if one can't tell from simple observation

I was just hoping that all this company surveillance was producing some kind of clear result -- that product was actually being removed from the pyrolysis site to some other location that could be identified.

But so far, all that has been said is that there are trucks buzzing around, and a mystery railcar was missing someplace.

This leads me to believe that no product is acually being delivered anywhere, otherwise.

Johnny appears to be spending a lot on equipment, and producing nothing with it.

What counts is the contents of the tanker. Fuel produced by JBI going out to customers is the important part.

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