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I received 3 of these this week, 2 in hand addressed envelopes.
"E3, and various affiliated companies and vendors have received and managed a total production budget of $775,000 from Taurus Holdings, Ltd.....Joseph Noel received stock compensation of 350,000 restricted shares of MSLP common stock"
I also received the MSRP tout in a hand-addressed envelope.
The envelope is disguised to look like an express delivery. It's made a the same kind of material as a FedEx envelope, for example. It has inch-high letters that shout EXPRESS DELIVERY EXPRESS PRIORITY and NEXT DAY PRIORITY EXPRESS, all in colors that mimic USPS packaging. And my address was hand-written.
Inside is yet another handwritten item: a post-it note that addresses me by my first name, followed by "Here's that Analyst" followed by a one-initial signature "S".
"CFM has received and managed a total production budget of $500,000..."
This one has been promoted for a while now. Back on Sept 1 I received one, also from "Breakaway Stocks" which had a larger dollar amount disclosed. Like the previous one, this one does not identify who paid for the promotion.
dude I got the same one!!! Yeah the post-it note was a new touch, at least to me. I had to show the whole family that mailer, as usual showing it to the boys and telling them that bad people were trying to trick me out of our hard-earned money... I hope the next generation will be more impervious to this stuff...