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SC & T International, Inc.


The Company develops and markets accessory and peripheral products for the personal computer and video game segments of the retail and Corporate markets under the company's PLATINUM SOUND and PER4MER registered trademarks. The company segregates its products into two distinctive product categories. The sound products are marketed under the Platinum Sound brand name, while the companies racing wheel and other input device accessories are marketed under the PER4MER brand name. The Company's sound products include sub-woofer, sound enhancement systems, and a broad line up of headphones, microphones, and amplified speaker systems. The PER4MER line consists of racing wheel products, designed for all IBM PC's, SEGA, Nintendo and Sony Playstation game consoles. This line also includes game controller devices, Volume Controllers, and a new Voice Recognized keyboard, targeted to the Corporate market.

The Company focuses on the multimedia, interactive, communications and the video gaming segments of the PC and consumer electronics industry. The company develops technology to furnish one-step, integrated solutions for the PC, MAC and Video Game user. The Company began operations in June 1993

Per4mer Racing Wheels Products

SC & T has 9 different racing wheel products SKU's (when you account for the Mattel's Hotwheel brand SKU's) ranging in retail price from $39.95 (with racing pedals) up to our new Force-Feed Back unit (complete with two Sega software titles valued at retail $60.00) which retails for $199.95. At this time SC & T's ultimate Per4mer UP - 300 is the only FFB product for the PC market available anywhere in the world. The company's gross margins will be much higher due to a full line of a new generation of products. The Per4mer racing line of products will represent about 80% of the company's revenue for fiscal 99. SC & T International under its Per4mer brand name is introducing a new product, internally code named, "Air Jordan", that it believes will revolutionize the game controller category at retail. This product will be available during June of fiscal 99. Three major national retailers have already committed to take on the first two months of production of this product.

Platinum Sound Products

The company's sound category consists of a well rounded line up of Sub Woofer, Equalizer-Amplifiers, Headphones, Microphones, Volume Controllers and Amplified Speaker systems. This product assortment was designed to compete head to head with top selling products offered by Altec Lansing, Yamaha, Labtec and Sony The company's development focus was on bringing Unique and Innovative products to the market under the banner of "Twice the Product For Half The Price." The company feels that its mission of delivering fully featured products at aggressive retail prices has been successful. Initial product offerings have been well received by both retailers and the industry media.

At present, the company offers three sub woofer products, one graphic equalizer-amplifier, a PC volume controller, 3 microphones, 3 headphones and six amplified PC speaker products. All products are compatible to IBM-PC's, Macintosh PC's, TV's, Stereos, CD ROM Players, or other electronic devices utilizing RCA mini-jack connectors.

7-Band Graphic Equalizer-Amplifier with SRS

The Company offers a 100 watt peak performance SRS(R) 3D Surround Sound equalizer/amplifier. This product features volume and balance controls and 7-band graphic equalization. This product offers high-fidelity SRS and is compatible with IBM and Macintosh PC's, and all computer sound cards. The equalizer/amplifier installs into a 3.5" drive bay or may be used externally, and has an autoswitch universal power supply that can be connected to a portable compact disc player, or any other electronic device utilizing RCA mini-jacks. It still remains the only product of this type available worldwide. The suggested retail price (SRP) for the SRS-OMNI is $69.95.

Sub Woofer Systems

Platinum Sound's low end entry product is the SWX-1200. This is a unique product offering, capable of 120 watts of peak power. Incorporating both a front and rear base/venting port, this item has a SRP of $79.95

The company will add an enhanced version of the SWX-1200, with full 3-D sound in January 1998. It will establish this product as the industries only retail sub woofer system with 3D-Sound at under $ 100.00. This product will have an SRP of $89.95.

The second product is the SWX-1600, a 160 watt peak performance sub-woofer satellite speaker sound system. This product features wood cabinet, volume and base controls and is available for the home stereo and PC markets. The SRP for this product is $99.95.

The SRS-2000, rounds out the line as an enhanced version of the SWX-1600, offering full 3-D Surround Sound. Higher power and larger speakers. The system maintains its wood cabinet and has a SRP of $149.95.

Many of the company's sub woofer products are available in either a black or white exterior finish, for both the PC and Home Stereo segments.

Amplified Speaker Products

Platinum Sound's speaker line currently consists of six speaker products. The line ranges in peak power ratings of 40 watts at the low end to 140 watts of peak power. From your basic replacement computer speaker product, the PS-610 right up to the company's newly introduced high end PS-490. This innovative product, apart from incorporating every user feature found in the more expensive speaker offerings, also includes a 3-D sound capability. SRP for the PS-490 is only $ 69.95, which is approximately $ 30-40 less than other competitive products with similar features.

Multimedia Volume Controller

The Company markets its own Volume Controller, a product that allows easy "finger control" access to a PC's volume control. This item may be mounted to the monitor, keyboard or PC tower. It eliminates the inconvenience of adjusting volume through the sound card or software volume control menu. The SRP is $11.99.


Recent Developments
SC & T recently received a U.S. patent for its Multimedia Keyboard Technology. This also involved a legal battle with Maxiswitch, Silitek and Lite-On Peripherals, which SC & T prevailed on in May of 1997. See 10-K for additional details. This patent will now allow SC& T to demand royalties from other keyboard manufacturers who market this technology. Three that are currently known are NMB Technologies, Maxiswitch and Silitek. The company believes that over the next 3-5 years that most corporations will utilize this form of keyboard in some way shape or form. The above companies are in the process of being contacted by attorneys.
SC & T has two Registered Trade marks. They are; Platinum Sound for its Sound Enhancement and speaker products line, and Per4mer racing Wheels, which also includes our most recent new line up of ULTIMATE Per4mer products. This category includes our racing wheel products, and game controller products.
SC & T, under its ULTIMATE Per4mer brand, just introduced its Force feed back racing to the US marketplace the week of February 16th. This is the latest buzz word for the PC and Gaming platform. This product, the UP-300 retails with 2 software titles at $199.95. The first two US retailers for the product are Computer City and Babbage's Etc. Further roll-outs will continue in March. Last October Microsoft launched their Force Feed Joystick at a retail price of $149.95 to $179.95. It continually sells out and is still on allocation in North America. The UP-300 will start shipping in the UK and Europe the week of March 2nd. The company has over 10,000 of its Up-300 on back order at present. This number will explode once the retail industry is aware the product is shipping.
SC & T's racing wheel assortment, which totals 6 models, is larger than any other competitor in this category.
SC & T plans the introduction of four new products that include sound products and game controller devices in 1998. Its newest product, under the Per4mer brand name, is internally code named Air Jordan. The company believes it will revolutionize the game controller category around the world. Planned introduction for Air Jordan is June 15th. The project is on target for a planned release.
SC & T has negotiated a worldwide license agreement with Sega Entertainment to supply the company with software racing titles from there hottest selling racing games, convened to the Force Feed Back protocol compatible to its UP-300. Sega will also convert all racing titles to be compatible for the Per4mer race wheel. SC & T will also bundle numerous titles with its UP-300 and other Per4mer race models.
SC & T has also entered into a license agreement with Mattel for the use of its Mattel Hot Wheels logo, and the Kyle Petty # 44 NASCAR race identification. Mattel represents one of the strongest worldwide logos for ages 6-16. The company expects a steady increase in revenues due to this alliance.


Recent Press Release
(February 25, 1998) - SCOTTS-DALE, ARIZONA- SC&T International Inc. (OTC BB: SCTI) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with OTC Financial Network of Needham, Massachusetts to be included in the Spotlight on Bulletin Board Stocks listing program.

Under terms of the agreement, the Company will be added to OTC Financial Network's weekly listing beginning on March 2, 1998. The Spotlight on Bulletin Board StocksTM is published in every weekend edition of Investor's Business Daily, and is found adjacent to the Nasdaq stock listings. Investor's Business Daily is a newspaper available on newsstands across the country with an audience of over 800,000.

James Copland, Chairman and CEO stated, "We are making every effort to inform our shareholders of the company's ongoing progress. I believe that OTC Financial Network's Spotlight on Bulletin Board Stocks is the perfect medium for qualified investors to track our stock on a weekly basis. This listing will be very advantageous to both shareholders and potential investors."

SCOTTSDALE, February 23, 1998 - SC&T International, Inc. has selected Computer City and Babbages Etc. as the first US retailers to receive the ULTIMATE PER4MER RACING WHEEL, the world's first controller to incorporate true force feedback technology (FFB). FFB simulates the bumps, jolts, skids and other real race/road driving conditions in software games with startling realism.

The ULTIMATE PER4MER FORCE FEEDBACK RACING WHEEL (UP-300) will debut on retail shelves February 25th with a target street price of $199.95. Initial shipments will include a dynamic Sega PC software title. SC&T has teamed up with Sega Entertainment Corp. to include some of Sega's best selling PC arcade racing games with the UP-300. Among the new force feedback titles being offered are Daytona USA Deluxe, Sega Rally Championship Force Feedback Edition and Sega Touring Car. SC&T's highly acclaimed professional racing pedals are also included. With over $2 million in back orders, the UP-300 will roll out to additional retailers next month.

Chris Richards, VP of Sales and Marketing of SC&T commented that, "The Ultimate Per4mer has undergone over 5,000 hours of live testing to ensure a high quality product and superior driving realism. Using a larger motor than our joystick counterparts, the Ultimate Per4mer provides more torque and stronger sensations than any other racing product. We think all racing enthusiasts will find this to be the most exciting and realistic FFB product."

(February 20, 1998) - SCOTTSDALE, Arizona - SC&T International, Inc. today announced the appointment of Richard W. Elwood to the position of Director of Finance and Operations.

Mr. Elwood was previously a Divisional Controller for Eaton Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, "Mr. Elwood's twenty-five years of financial and operations expertise is what SC&T requires to direct its internal cost cutting and restructuring efforts," stated James Copland, SC&T's Chairman and CEO.

Copland further stated "Future results will have a heavy focus on profitability and shareholder value. Dick is a seasoned professional with an outstanding track record of accomplishments. His management expertise, will greatly assist the company's efforts in this regard."

Mr. Elwood was attracted to SC&T because of the company's future promise. Despite the very difficult times the company has endured over the past eighteen months, he believes that the company is positioned for increased revenues and profitability, but acknowledges that aggressive internal cost controls are required. "This is the easy part," commented Elwood. "The company has a team of hard working personnel, a great assortment of exciting products, and I want to play a part in SC&T's future success."

Scottsdale, Arizona - (September 5, 1997) - SC&T International, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCTI) announced today that it has introduced new, highly featured multimedia speakers at mid-range price levels to compete with industry leaders Sony and Yamaha.

The new speakers, PS-470 and PS-490, are designed to enhance the sound quality available through today's newest multimedia computers.

According to Chris Richards, Vice President of Marketing and Sales for SC&T, "With the new sound card technology now available for multimedia computers, users expect the same sound quality and power they have with their home stereo systems. The PS-470 and PS-490 were designed to support the latest multimedia computers and provide users with home stereo quality sound and power, whether they're playing PC games or listening to a CD in the background as they work on a spreadsheet."

Richards added, "The sculptured look of the PS-470 and PS-490 is a modern, upscale design that adds to the sound quality they produce. The speaker grills are made of high grade fabric, enhancing the overall beauty and aesthetics of the units. Controls are straightforward and firm to the touch. It is truly a design that sets a new standard for the industry." The speakers are compatible to all IBM PC's and Macintosh PC's.

Scottsdale, AZ - August 19, 1997 - MATTEL, INC. (NYSE: MAT) and SC&T International, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCTI) today announced that they have entered into an agreement in which SC&T has licensed the HOT WHEELS brand name from Mattel for a new racing wheel for video game consoles. THE HOT WHEELS ULTIMATE PER4MER RACING WHEEL with pedals will be on the shelves in early October with a target street price of $69.95.

"The quality and design of ULTIMATE PER4MER embodies the power, performance, and attitude of the HOT WHEELS, brand," said Bob McCandlish, Director of Licensing at Mattel.

Chris Richards, VP Sales and Marketing of SC&T International, Inc. stated, "We are delighted to be a licensee of HOT WHEELS, America's leading die cast vehicles manufacturer. Mattel has shown consistent and enduring dominance in the toy marketplace with all of its products and especially so with its HOT WHEELS brand. We at SC&T are both honored and proud that our new PER4MER RACING WHEEL meets Mattel's standards of high quality and leading edge design that it demands of all of its products."

The packaging for the new wheel will feature the official HOT WHEELS racing team, the Kyle Petty #44 HOT WHEELS race car as well as the well-known "look" of HOT WHEELS products.

Box A Select Financial Date

Years Ended June 30 6 months ending *year ended March 31

1996A 1997A Dec 31 97A 1999E 2000E

Net Sales $3,771,123 $7,346,471 3,465,199 $14,950,000 $22,450,000

Net Income/loss (2,688,145) (6,097,193) (1,623,209) 1,510,000 4,659,000

Net Income/sh (.58) (.38) (.07)D .78 1.55


Weighted Average 4,625,086 16,164,835 23,000,000 1,916,666(B) 3,000,000(C)

Common Shares outstanding
B. We assume a reverse split will occur during the first quarter of fiscal 99 commencing April 1998. Our belief that the reverse will be 12 for 1.

C. We assume that during fiscal yr 2000 SC & T will most likely raise additional working capital by means of a secondary offering. Our assumption is that if SCTI can deliver their revenue and earnings estimates, that the share price should at least be trading at $10/share. If that is the case, selling 1.1 million shares @ $10/share should net them at least $9.5 million.

D. The Company will only report revenues and earnings for fiscal 98 for the nine months ending March 31, 1998. New fiscal year will commence April 1, 1998 through March 31, 1999.

E. During a management discussion concerning the 3rd and final quarter ending March 31, 1998, sales for the shortened year will equal $4.5 million and total losses for the year will equal $2.6 million or (.11). The Company has entered a major transition period. According to management, changes will start to occur during the first quarter of fiscal 99. New product introduction will lead SC&T towards the estimated revenues that have been discussed. Management also anticipates that due to cost cutting and other reduction in expenses that SC&T will save between $500K to $750K/year.

Box B Fundamental Comparison of Interactive Control

Devices & Entertainment Software

Earnings Est. for PE estimate for Company SymboL Price Calendar
Year or Calendar Year

SC&T International(D) SCTI .10 March 99 1.4x


Activision, Inc. (A) ATVI 13.25 March 99 16.1x

(NASDAQ) .82

Thrust Master, Inc.(B) TMSR 11 1/8 Dec 98 12.6x

(NASDAQ) .88

Recoton Corp. (C) RCOT 23 Dec 98 15.8x

(NASDAQ) 1.45
A. Activision, Inc. is an international publisher and developer of interactive entertainment software in a wide variety of formats. ATVI distributes "Quake and Quake II".

B. ThrustMaster designs, develops, manufactures and markets interactive control devices which allow players using computer software to interact realistically in a simulated environment.

C. Recoton Corp. is a worldwide marketer and producer of consumer after market electronic products. RCOT's products include speakers, car audio products, amplifiers, accessories and enhancing joysticks and controllers for use with all of today's video games and computers.

D. For this box we will not assume a reverse split. We are assuming 23 million shares outstanding and $14.9 million in sales for fiscal 99 and net income/sh of 7¢ or $1,410,800 in net income. Yield a PE est of 1.4x.


Upon review of Select Financial Data (Box A), investors have the opportunity to review actual 6 month numbers ending December 31, 1997 and more importantly, estimates revenue an earnings growth during fiscal 1999 and 2000. Upon review-- investors should note that for fiscal 1999 and 2000 we have calculated a 12 to 1 reverse stock split and have assumed an equity financing during fiscal 2000. At present, SCTI currently trades at .11/share - if we calculate a share price based upon our 12 for 1, then our share valuation equals $1.32. According to management, sales and earnings during the next two years are very believable. Assuming that this is a real possibility, then SCTI is trading at an estimated PE of 1.7x and .85x, respectively. It is quite obvious that their valuations are extremely favorable for investors who invest in mini-micro caps. The estimated PE values for fiscal 1999 and 2000 limits downside risk. If we were to assign a conservative PE multiple of 10 and value SCTI with respect to the estimated earnings, then our share valuations would be $7.80 and $11.55, respectively (Note: remember that we are assuming a 12 to 1 reverse stock split and a current share price of $1.32. If the split did not occur and the earning estimates remains the same and we assign a PE of 10 based upon .07 for fiscal 1999, then our share price would equal 70¢, a whomping 600% above the current share price).

If we take a quick look at book value, which at present equals .13/share as of December 31, 1997, roughly 30% above the current price, one would have to assume that SCTI is cheap based upon book value, leads one to believe that downside risk is minimum. Another positive included within the balance sheet is the fact that there is no long-term debt and federal taxes will not be paid for many years due to huge NOL ($10 million).

Bottom line: SCTI (NASDAQ BB) looks attractively cheap based upon fundamental with little downside risk from current levels.

Upon review of Box B, we have prepared a comparison of peer companies. Activision, Inc. (ATVI), Thrust Master, Inc. (TMSR) and Recoton Corp. (RCOT), all are larger and more developed, as well as financially more sound than our investment opportunity, namely SCTI. Our main purpose is to valuate SCTI based upon an average of the three peer companies. Our comparison is, of course, based upon PE. The three companies have an average estimated PE of 14.8x for either current calendar or fiscal year. Our investment opportunity, that is SCTI, sports an estimated PE of 1.4x. We are not saying that SCTI should trade at an estimated PE of 14.8, but if it did, our share price would explode to a valuation of $1.06, a huge 900+% above its current price.

If we were extremely conservative and use half the value of the peer group, that is, 7.4x, then our share price would equal .52 or 400+% above the current price.

Our main interest is not to hype you on numbers, but instead to develop a model that demonstrates interesting as well as possible scenarios! SCTI has a long way to go in order to win back the confidence of the investment community. The company has had a troubled past, including misguided management, lawsuits, losses and deletion from NASDAQ. It has not been a pretty picture.

According to management, April 1, 1998 is the new beginning, new products, new growth, new business plan, new management and a new vision!

If SCTI can deliver the result that has been estimated, then this issue is going to fly. If only half the expectations are met, then SCTI is still going to fly.

When one considers all the factors involved here and the extremely low stock valuation, an astute investor could only assume one thing, that is, there is very little downside risk while the upside potential could be huge (a 10 bagger!)


Why SC & T International, Inc. (SCTI - NASDAQ BB) deserves serious investor consideration.

New Management, new products, new vision.
No long-term debt
Revenue and earnings estimates for next two years could reap investors huge windfall.
Large NOL ($10 million will not be paying taxes for a long time).
Cost cutting measures are anticipated to save between $500K - $750K/yr.
Trading below stated book value.
Conduct business worldwide.
Investors have been slaughtered for the past two years, most want nothing to do with it, a great contrarian pick!
SC & T International, Inc. participates in a huge market with huge potential for growth - see Graph #1
Graph #2 show worldwide gaming software industry sales - again bodes well for continued growth for even the smallest electronic game company.
Fiscal 99 will be the first year since the company's inception that it will be going into the Christmas 1998 selling season with a full assortment of current products. SC & T's nine different SKU's are more than all of the competition (CH Products, InterAct, Thrustmaster, and MadCatz. This strongly favors robust sales for SC &T.; New products under the catergory Per4mer Racing Wheels will represent 80% of the company's revenue during fiscal 99.
New products being introduced according to management will generate higher gross margins which will allow SC & T International to achieve estimated revenue and earnings for fiscal 1999 and 2000.
Most shareholders own SCTI at much higher prices, offers little resistance on the upside.
Fully reporting and current 10Q on file with SEC.
Low risk - high upside potential.
Our Position We have decided that SC & T International will be monitored by SA Advisory in our Summer 1997 #1 and #2 portfolio for percentage gain performance. We were hired by SCTI to produce a research report. They did not purchase our BUY recommendation. Actually, they were quite surprised. Since it is now being monitored by SA Advisory, we also intend to notify Investors when to take profits.

S.A. Advisory, an advisory firm, acts as a consultant to SCTI. We have been paid for the production of this anecdotal research report We may have purchased shares in this issue and may sell or buy additional shares at our own discretion. Before investing, consult the latest 10Q and/or call the company for any questions that you may have concerning SC&T International SA Advisory's Home Page:


SC & T International, Inc..: During the quarter ended December 31, 1995 the comapny completed a public offering of Common Stock.

Fiscal Year -March 31
Total Authorized Shares - 25,000,000
Shares outstanding as of March 1998- 22,940,000
Public Float - 22,940,000
Management Control - Under 1%
Current Price - $.10
Market Cap - $2.3 Mil
Current Book Value -3,076,283 12-31-97
PE estimate 1999 - 1.7x
PE estimate 2000 - .85x
Dividend - NM
Long term debt - $.00
Employees - 20
Legal proceeding - 3
Shareholders - 1150

Transfer Agent - AST

Auditor - Evers & Company. LTD 602-230-9480

Corporate Headquarters
15695 N. 83RD WAY
Contact: Richard Elwood
602-368-9490 Officers & Directors
Mr. James Copland - President, Chairman & CEO
Ms. Cathy Copland - Corporate Secretary
Richard Elwood - Director of Finance & Operations
Christopher Richards- VP of Sales & Marketing

Our Position

We have decided that SC & T International will be monitored by SA Advisory in our Summer 1997 #1 and #2 portfolio for percentage gain performance. We were hired by SCTI to produce a research report. They did not purchase our BUY recommendation. Actually, they were quite surprised. Since it is now being monitored by SA Advisory, we also intend to notify Investors when to take profits.
S.A. Advisory, an advisory firm, acts as a consultant to SCTI. We have been paid for the production of this anecdotal research report We may have purchased shares in this issue and may sell or buy additional shares at our own discretion. Before investing, consult the latest 10Q and/or call the company for any questions that you may have concerning SC&T International SA Advisory's Home Page:

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BUSINESS - publishes educational study aids that are distributed over the Internet directly to the consumer. The company was formed in May 1997 to publish classical literature Monkey Notes, Monkey Course Guides, Monkey Test Guides and educational Monkey Software to be distributed utilizing the Internet. The company has developed and is marketing its commercial web site known as "" to distribute its products directly to the customer's desktop. The company plans to target its products initially to high school and college students. There are no printing, inventory,warehousing, or shipping costs, nor is there a wholesaler's profit or retailer's profit. The company believes that the elimination of these distribution costs is one of the significant advantages of digital publishing.

Products The company's objective is to be a leading on-line retailer of educational study aids in four product categories: notes, course guides, test guides and test software.

Monkey Notes Monkey Notes provide the student with an analysis of the major elements in a literary work such as the plot and characters. Monkey Notes are based on a particular literary title that is part of the course work covered in high school and college. Students buy Monkey Notes to help them understand the literary work, pass tests, or write reports. Management believes that Cliffs Notes is a leader in this market, and estimates it to be some 15 to 20 million notes annually. At present Cliffs Notes sells its notes over the Internet at $6.00 and in stores at $4.95, whereas all Monkey Notes are $2.95. Management believes that this $2.95 price reflects the elimination of the distribution costs that the company will not incur because of distributing its products over the Internet.

Monkey Course Guides Monkey Course Guides will be concise reviews of introductory-level course work. The company intends to publish Monkey Course Guides in economics, Chemistry, physics, biology, algebra I, algebra II, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, United States history, world history, government and geometry. The company believes that Cliffs Notes is the main competitor in this segment of the market. Small independent publishers and major textbook publishers also publish course guides. Management estimates this market to be approximately 3 million guides annually to both high school and college students. Management believes guides from Cliffs Notes and other publishers cost between $6.95 and $12.95, the company has not priced its forthcoming Monkey Course Guides, but intends to be competitive in the market.

Monkey Test Guides The company is developing Monkey Test Guides to help prepare students to take standardized tests, such as the SAT and ACT given to high school students interested in attending college. The company is currently developing test guides for the LSAT, GMAT, GRE, and MCAT tests. The company estimates that some 4 million test guides for these tests are sold annually, with some 3 million of this 4 million on the SAT and ACT tests. Management estimates that guides from Cliffs Notes and other publishers cost between $8.95 and $16.98, company has not priced its forthcoming Monkey Test Guides, but intends to be competitive in the market.

Monkey Test Software Monkey Test Software is based on the guides for these standardized tests. The company is developing an interactive software product for the SAT and ACT standardized tests. The software will make it possible for students to complete practice tests that cover the same material, and receive immediate scoring of these tests. The interactive software will advise students what areas should be reviewed. This software is being tested and will be released as soon as possible. The company plans to develop interactive software for the LSAT, GRE, GMAT, and MCAT. Cliffs Notes and two other publishers are the main competitors in this segment of the market. Management estimates that some 2.5 million test software products are sold annually for the SAT and ACT tests. Test software from Cliffs Notes and other publishers ranged from prices between $16.98 and $34.95. The company expects to sell Monkey Test Software for competitive prices. Currently, the company considers Monkey Notes to be its core product line, but the company intends to concentrate its resources on developing Monkey Course Guides, Monkey Test Guides, and Monkey Test Software. The company’s main objective in developing these materials is to be concise, organized, and accurate. Management believes that the names of the publisher and the author are irrelevant to the buyer. These products are also static in nature, in that they can be marketed without changes in core content for years. The company plans to offer unlimited access to the Monkey Notes, Monkey Course Guides, Monkey Test Guides, and Monkey Test Software for one year for $29.95. The company also plans to offer these products for individual sale.

The Monkey Store Customers enter the Monkey Store through the company’s web site and, in addition to ordering Monkey Notes, Monkey Course Guides, Monkey Test Guides, and Monkey Software, can download any book or document, free of charge, in the company’s digital library which currently contains approximately 1,200 books and historical document.

The Pinkmonkey. com Solution was founded to capitalize on the opportunity for online note, guide and software retailing. The company believes that the retail note industry is particularly suited to online retailing. An online note seller has virtually unlimited online shelf space and can offer customers a vast selection through an efficient search and retrieval interface. This is particularly valuable in the note market because the number of different items often precludes even the largest physical bookstore from economically stocking more than a minority of available notes. In addition, by serving a large and global market through centralized distribution and operations, online note sellers can realize significant structural cost advantages relative to traditional note sellers.

Online Store Economics. As an online seller of Monkey Notes, Monkey Guides, and Monkey Software, the company expects to enjoy meaningful structural economic advantages relative to traditional retailers. As a result of its online business model and centralized distribution, believes it will reduce distribution costs, investment in real estate, and personnel requirements. Further, the company plans to serve a global market through centralized operations, which would allow its investments in web sites, content, marketing, and technology to be leveraged over a relatively large sales base.

Customer Convenience. Beyond the benefits of selection, the company expects the purchase of Monkey Notes, Monkey Guides, and Monkey Software to be more convenient than shopping in a physical bookstore because the Monkey Store is open 24 hours a day and shopping does not require a trip to a store. The company believes that customers may act immediately on a purchase impulse and can locate Monkey Notes that are difficult to find. Because the Monkey Store has a global reach, it can deliver Monkey Notes to an extremely broad selection of customers in rural, international, or other locations that cannot support large-scale physical bookstores.

Compelling Content. The company believes it has attracted a high-quality editorial staff that delivers relevant and informative editorial and other content, including synopses, reviews, and excerpts. Positive factors that enhance PMKY as a speculative investment within the rapidly growing internet matrix. 1. PMKY: Internet Media which will reduce costs to the consumer up to 70% versus traditional channels. 2. PMKY plans to offer one year of unlimited access to its literature notes, course guides, test guides and interactive software for $29.95. 3. PMKY offers its product individually at the following price: $2.95/notes. 4. Compared to Cliff Notes, which sell for $6.00, Monkey Notes are currently offered at $2.95. PMKY believes that Cliff's distribution costs are higher than the current selling price. 5. has entered into an agreement with Anila Systems, whereby Anila Systems will provide operational management services to and will host, design, develop and produce’s web site. believes Anila Systems will assist in developing its products and interactive software and facilitate the availability of products at In addition, believes Anila Systems will be instrumental in marketing the Company’s products and developing business relationships and alliances. 6. Anila Systems is a San Francisco-based technology company that utilizes experienced, skilled development teams for projects including embedded technology, network solutions, e-commerce and distributed computing. Anila’s principal executives have worked together for over eight years and have been instrumental in building public technology companies. 7. The Company believes that it will have a significant price advantage over its competitors on all of its products as the Company incurs no distribution costs. The Company offers a digital library which contains approximately 1,200 books and documents that can be downloaded free of charge.

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Year end - April 30th
The reorganization with Texas- occurred 6 23 98
Total authorized 50 million
Fully diluted shows outstanding as of March 10, 1999 - 16,817,512
Insiders control 60% of the outstanding shares - all restricted.
1,050,000 shares are reserved for insurance upon exercise of warrants ( 900K warrants exercise piece of . 625 & 150K @ $1.00 - expire between April - Sept. 2001)
Free trading shares- 875K
Preferred stock- 5 million authorized - None outstanding
5 for 1 stock split occurred in Sept. 97 and a 2 for stock split occurred during May 1998
10. The company intends to file an SB-2 registration statement with the SEC within 60 days and become a reporting company.
Estimated revenue for fiscal 2000- $18.5 million & .33 net income / sh
Estimated revenue for fiscal 2001 - $ 37.1 million & .64 net income /sh
Law firm - Brewer & Pritchard, 1111 Bagby Houston Texas 77002 - 713 209 2911
OTC Bulletin Board - PMKY
Nominal revenues have been generated through January 31, 1999.
52 wk. range .875 - $ 17.00
Current share price as of April 99 - $3.00
Transfer Agent - American Registrar & Transfer Company
As of January 31, 99 - PMKY had $ 1.6 million in cash on hand.

Corporate Headquarters, Inc.
One Liberty Plaza
1519 Edgewood
Liberty, Texas 77575
409-336-6700 Officers & Directors

Patrick R. Greene - CEO/Chairman
David Loev - CFO, General Counsel, Treasurer & Secretary

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Murdered Colts neck brokers web site

click on * "GDIS Recommendation" and see Stuart Bocklers picture and report

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Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported): October 22, 2002

(Exact Name of Registrant as Specified in Charter)

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Delaware 1-8334 75-1071589
(State or other jurisdiction (Commission File Number) (IRS Employer
of incorporation) Identification No.)

Flat A18, 10/F., Block A, Proficient Centre,
6 Wang Kwun Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Telephone: 011-852-2796-4292
(Address and telephone number of principal executive offices)

8-K 2nd Page of 3 TOC 1st Previous Next Bottom Just 2nd

Item 1. Changes in Control of Registrant.

Not applicable.

Item 2. Acquisition or Disposition of Assets.

Not appliable.

Item 3. Bankruptcy or Receivership.

Not applicable.

Item 4. Changes in Registrant's Certifying Accountant.

Not applicable.

Item 5. Other Events.

On October 22, 2002, the Registrant received letters from two members
of its Board of Directors, Lung Po Ching and Wai On Wan, wherein Mr. Ching
resigned as a director and from the office of Chairman and all capacities as an
officer or employee, and Mr. Wan resigned as a director and secretary. Mr.
Ching's letter stated that the reason for his resignation was the inability to
contribute his time and energy on the affairs of the Registrant, resulting from
his physical conditions and his great amount of responsibilities and duties in
some other companies. Mr. Wan's letter stated that his resignation was for
personal reasons. Neither Mr. Ching nor Mr. Wan expressed any disagreements with
the Registrant on any matters relating to the Registrant's operations, policies
or practices; therefore, these resignations are not reportable in Item 6 of this
Form 8-K.

Item 6. Resignations of Registrant's Directors

Not applicable.

Item 7. Financial Statements, Pro Forma Financial Information and Exhibits.

Not applicable.

Item 8. Change in Fiscal Year.

Not applicable.


8-K Last Page of 3 TOC 1st Previous Next Bottom Just 3rd


Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as
amended, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf
by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.


October 24, 2002 By: /s/ Zhao Rui Min

Name: Zhao Rui Min

Title: President


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The Many SEC Identities of Ching Lung Po

1) Lung-Po Ching, 53 Chairman AFBR

2)Ching Lung Po

3)Po Ching Lung

4)Ching Po, 53
Chairman, Pres
China Resources Development CHRB

5)Ching Po Lung

6) Lung Po Ching


"Ching Lung Po"
a.k.a.: "ChingLung Po" · "Lung Po Ching"
Latest Filing: 8/20/1 as Signatory


As: Registrant
Po Ching Lung


As: Group Member (Non-Registrant Filer: Partner, Affiliate, etc.)
List All Filings as Group Member

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"Ching Lung Po" has been a Group Member with the following Registrant:
Megastone Development Ltd [ Other - Asia Fiber Holdings Ltd ]

"Ching Lung Po" has/had a Group Member interest in the following Registrant:
Asia Fiber Holdings Ltd [ formerly Asia Resources Holdings Ltd ]

"Ching Lung Po" has been a Group Member with the following 3 Group Members:
Fai Lok
Kindful Group Limted
Megastone Development Ltd


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"Ching Lung Po" has been a Signatory for/with the following 8 Registrants:
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Ching Po Lung [ Director - China Resources Development Inc ]
Hearty Holdings Ltd
Megastone Development Ltd [ Other - Asia Fiber Holdings Ltd ]
Ovm International Holding Corp
Po Ching Lung
Well Gain Investments Ltd

"Ching Lung Po" has/had a Signatory interest in the following 3 Registrants:
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In the Matter of MAX C. TANNER, ESQ. Respondent.

United States of America
before the
Securities and Exchange Commission
Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Release No. 46775 / November 5, 2002
Administrative Proceeding
File No. 3-10928


In the Matter of




The Securities and Exchange Commission (Commission") deems it appropriate and in the public interest to issue an order temporarily suspending Max C. Tanner, Esq. ("Tanner") pursuant to Rule 102(e)(3) of the Commission's Rules of Practice.1

The Commission makes the following findings:

A. Tanner is an attorney residing at all relevant times in Las Vegas. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Nevada. In September 1996, Tanner incorporated Maid Aide, Inc. ("MDAN") and was MDAN's original director and principal shareholder.

B. On January 14, 2002, the Commission brought an action in federal district court against Tanner and others alleging that Tanner violated Sections 5(a), 5(c), and 17(a) of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and Rule 10b-5 thereunder, in connection with trading the stock of MDAN. SEC v. Tanner, et al., 02 Civ. 0306 (S.D.N.Y.) (WHP). On August 12, 2002, the Court entered a default judgment and order that, among other things, permanently enjoins Tanner from violating the federal securities laws.

C. The Commission's Complaint alleges, in part, that Tanner participated in a scheme to manipulate the public trading market for the stock of MDAN, a public shell company. To facilitate the scheme, Tanner and others gained control of MDAN and set up two boiler room operations. He further directed unlicensed brokers at these boiler rooms to sell unregistered stock at artificially inflated prices, using high-pressure sales tactics, in exchange for undisclosed kickbacks. Through this scheme, Tanner and the other defendants defrauded investors out of more than $3.7 million.

D. On November 19, 2001, Tanner was convicted in a related criminal case of 37 counts of securities fraud relating to MDAN, including mail and wire fraud, tax fraud, and money laundering. U.S v. Tanner, CR-S-00-193-KJD.

Based upon the foregoing, the Commission finds that a court of competent jurisdiction has permanently enjoined Tanner from violating the federal securities laws within the meaning of Rule 102(e)(3)(i)(A) of the Commission's Rules of Practice. In view of this finding, the Commission deems it appropriate and in the public interest that Tanner be temporarily suspended from appearing or practicing before the Commission.

Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Tanner be, and hereby is, temporarily suspended from appearing or practicing before the Commission.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Tanner may within thirty days after service of this Order file a petition with the Commission to lift the temporary suspension. If the Commission within thirty days after service of the Order receives no petition, the suspension shall become permanent pursuant to Rule 102(e)(3)(ii).

If a petition is received within thirty days after service of this Order, the Commission shall, within 30 days after the filing of the petition, either lift the temporary suspension, or set the matter down for hearing at a time and place to be designated by the Commission, or both. If a hearing is ordered, following the hearing, the Commission may lift the suspension, censure the petitioner, or disqualify the petitioner from appearing or practicing before the Commission for a period of time, or permanently, pursuant to Rule 102(e)(3)(iii).

This Order shall be served upon Tanner personally or by certified mail at his last known address.

By the Commission.

Jonathan G. Katz

1 Rule 102(e)(3)(i) provides, in pertinent part, that:

The Commission, with due regard to the public interest and without preliminary hearing, may, by order, temporarily suspend from appearing or practicing before it any attorney . . . who has been by name:. . . (A) Permanently enjoined by any court of competent jurisdiction, by reason of his or her misconduct in an action brought by the Commission, from violating . . . any provision of the Federal securities laws or of the rules and regulations thereunder.

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SEC bans Las Vegas lawyer Tanner, a dubious P.I. client

2002-11-08 11:25 PT - Street Wire.

by Brent Mudry

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission has banned Las Vegas lawyer Max C. Tanner, a client of controversial Vancouver brokerage Pacific International Securities convicted for securities fraud. In an administrative proceeding order signed Tuesday by SEC secretary Jonathan Katz, Mr. Tanner has been temporarily suspended from appearing or practicing before the commission as a lawyer. In an earlier related penalty, the SEC gave Mr. Tanner a lifetime ban from serving as an officer or director of a public company.

Mr. Tanner was banned for his key role in the Maid Aide case, a 1998-1999 penny stock rig job which featured two boiler rooms, unregistered shares, offshore accounts and greased brokers. The Maid Aide stock manipulation also featured Pacific International Securities, a Howe Street brokerage currently under prosecution by the B.C. Securities Commission, as a stock and money laundering conduit for numerous offshore dealings.

Mr. Tanner's latest SEC punishment comes just ahead of his criminal sentencing Friday in United States District Court for the District of Nevada, in Las Vegas. A previous scheduled sentencing was abruptly cancelled, with SEC staff lawyers flying in from Washington, when it was bumped by another matter in front of the Nevada judge.

In the related criminal case, Mr. Tanner was convicted Nov. 19, 2001, of 37 counts of securities fraud, including mail, wire and tax fraud, and money laundering. Mr. Tanner's money laundering conviction relates to his offshore Pacific International dealings.

The Maid Aide case has been probed by the SEC, the BCSC, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York and NASD Regulation Inc., the regulatory arm of the National Association of Securities Dealers.

Pacific International, Mr. Tanner's Canadian brokerage conduit, is currently in the early stages of a landmark hearing by the BCSC, which claims it attracted and serviced far more than its Howe Street share of crooks, securities violators and other riff-raff. Mr. Tanner did not make the BCSC's initial Pacific International dubious client list, outlined in its notice of hearing. The list features Sholam Weiss, recently extradited to Orlando, Fla., after fleeing an 845-year fraud sentence, and numerous notable figures with lesser claims to fame.

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The Commission announced today that on Dec. 13, 2002, a federal jury in
the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
found Dr. Jui-Teng Lin guilty on charges of securities fraud and money
laundering. According to the evidence at trial, Dr. Lin reaped
approximately $1,500,000 in ill-gotten gains from manipulating the
common stock of Surgilight, Inc., a publicly traded company
headquartered in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Lin artificially inflated the
market price of Surgilight stock tenfold (from approximately $2.50 to
over $25 per share) through a series of false and misleading press
releases detailing the company's purported ability to cure age-induced
vision deterioration known as "Presbyopia." Dr. Lin simultaneously
dumped a substantial amount of Surgilight stock on an unsuspecting
public through two nominee accounts and then wired the proceeds

At the time of his indictment, the Commission filed a civil action
against Dr. Lin and others in the United States District Court for the
Middle District of Florida. The Commission's complaint alleges that Dr.
Lin violated Sections 5(a), 5(c), and 17(a) of the Securities Act of
1933 (Securities Act), Sections 10(b), 13(d), and 16(a) of the
Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange Act) and Rules 10b-5, 13d-1,
13d-2, 16a-2, and 16a-3 thereunder. Dr. Lin's wife and Surgilight are
charged with violations of Sections 5(a), 5(c), and 17(a) of the
Securities Act and Section 10(b) of the Exchange Act and Rule 10b-5
thereunder. Aaron Tsai is charged with violations of Sections 5(a) and
5(c) of the Securities Act and aiding and abetting Dr. Lin and Ms. Lin's
violations of Section 10(b) of the Exchange Act and Rules 10b-5
thereunder. The Commission seeks permanent injunctions, disgorgement of
ill-gotten gains with prejudgment interest, and civil penalties from all
defendants and an officer and director bar against Dr. Lin.

The Lins settled a prior civil action brought by the Commission
involving another laser eye surgery company in September 1998 [see SEC
v. Jui-Teng Lin and Yuchin Lin, Litigation Release No. 15870 (Sept. 3,
1998)]. In that civil action, the Lins consented, without admitting or
denying the allegations of the complaint, to the entry of a final
judgment enjoining them from future violations of section 10(b) of the
Exchange Act and Rule 10b-5 promulgated thereunder, as well as various
other provisions of the securities laws. For further information, see
Litigation Release No. 17469 (April 11, 2002).

For tips on how to avoid Internet "pump-and-dump" stock manipulation
schemes, visit For more
information about Internet fraud, visit To report
suspicious activity involving possible Internet fraud, visit [U.S. v. Jui-Teng Lin, CR-02-0432
(DGT) EDNY] (LR-17899)

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Score One SCRO SREA this appears to be connected?

HK nabs 19 for alleged bribery in IPO scam
December 19, 2002
HONG Kong's anti-graft body on Tuesday arrested 19 people for alleged bribery scams related to the listing of three small manufacturers on the stock exchange.

Those arrested included the chairmen of the three companies, a certified public accountant, a financial consultant, a senior manager of an accounting firm and 13 others from the companies, the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) said in a statement.

The chairmen of Gold Wo International Holdings Ltd, Yue Fung International Group Holding Ltd and Fu Cheong International Holdings Ltd were among those detained, the South China Morning Post and Ming Pao Daily reported yesterday, without quoting anyone. A senior manager from Ernst & Young LLP was also among the detainees, Ming Pao Daily said.

Ernst & Young's Hong Kong spokeswoman Annesa Leung said the firm has no comment on the case.

Shares of the three companies were suspended on Monday.

Gold Wo manufactures plastic household products, and Yue Fung is in electronic products such as calculators and digital cameras. Fu Cheong makes circuit boards.

A financial consultant accepted 'substantial' bribes from a number of company chairmen and conspired with a certified public accountant and the companies to overstate profits to meet a listing criterion requiring minimum net income of HK$50 million (S$11.2 million) for the three years preceding the listing, the ICAC said.

The companies were also alleged to have used bogus business transactions supported by false letters of credit and false sales invoices to inflate sales, ICAC said. - Bloomberg

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Before the
Release No. 8189 / February 3, 2003
File No. 3-11027


In the Matter of





The Securities and Exchange Commission deems it appropriate that cease-and-desist proceedings be, and hereby are, instituted against John L Milling, Esq., ("Milling") pursuant to Section 8A of the Securities Act of 1933 ("Securities Act").


In anticipation of the institution of these proceedings, Milling has submitted an Offer of Settlement (the "Offer") which the Commission has determined to accept. Solely for the purpose of these proceedings and any other proceeding brought by or on behalf of the Commission, or to which the Commission is a party and without admitting or denying the findings herein, except as to the Commission's jurisdiction over him and the subject matter of these proceedings, Milling consents to the entry of this Order Instituting Cease-and-Desist Proceedings Pursuant to Section 8A of the Securities Act of 1933, Making Findings and Imposing a Cease-and-Desist Order ("Order"), as set forth below.


On the basis of this Order and Milling's Offer, the Commission finds1 that:


Milling, age 69, is a resident of Tenafly, New Jersey, has been licensed to practice as an attorney in New York since 1957, and in New Jersey since 1960, and has a specialized practice in securities law. During the period relevant to this proceeding, Milling was legal counsel to LinkNet, Inc. ("LinkNet") and LinkNet de America Latina, Ltd. ("Latina"). Milling's services included opining on the securities registration requirements of securities offerings by LinkNet and Latina.


1. LinkNet is a Utah corporation located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Latina is a Nevada corporation located at the same office as LinkNet in Salt Lake City, Utah.

2. From at least 1999 through 2000, LinkNet conducted an offering of its securities to persons located throughout the United States, selling those securities through a division of LinkNet created, staffed and operated for that purpose. In a report on Form D filed by LinkNet with the Commission, LinkNet stated it raised $9,659,663 from 1246 investors through the offering.

3. During 2000, Latina conducted an offering of its securities to persons located throughout the United States, selling its securities through a division of Latina created, staffed and operated for that purpose. In a report on Form D filed by Latina with the Commission, Latina stated it raised $7,252,248.50 from 655 investors through the offering.

4. Milling prepared drafts of the Forms D referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 above.

5. In conducting their offerings, neither LinkNet nor Latina complied with requirements of Rule 506 of Regulation D, or any other provisions that exempt or except securities offerings from the registration requirements of the federal securities laws.

6. In June 2000, upon learning the staff of the Commission was investigating LinkNet and Latina for possible violations of the federal securities laws, and upon receiving information concerning possible violations of the federal securities laws in connection with the offerings of LinkNet and Latina stock, Milling recommended that LinkNet and Latina conduct a joint rescission offer to the purchasers of securities in those offerings.

7. However, Milling advised LinkNet and Latina that the rescission offer not be registered with the Commission in order to expedite the rescission offer.

8. Milling drafted the rescission offer which was reviewed and edited by persons associated with LinkNet and Latina, including Allen Johnson, the president of LinkNet and chairman of the board of Latina. Johnson signed the rescission offer on behalf of both companies.

9. The joint rescission offer was conducted in the Fall of 2000 by LinkNet and Latina without having been registered with the Commission.

10. Based on the foregoing, the Commission finds that Milling caused violations of Sections 5(a) and 5(c) of the Securities Act.


In view of the foregoing, the Commission deems it appropriate to impose the sanctions agreed to in Milling's Offer.

Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, pursuant to Section 8A of the Securities Act, that Milling shall cease and desist from committing or causing any violations and any future violations of Sections 5(a) and 5(c) of the Securities Act.

By the Commission.

Jonathan G. Katz

1 The findings herein are not binding on anyone other than Milling.

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