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To: Smilodon who wrote (970)1/23/2011 12:34:57 PM
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To: peter michaelson who wrote (971)1/23/2011 2:23:39 PM
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AMPW - not sure the disclosure info was ever posted - $1,162,571 Midway Media Group


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From: Tim Lento1/24/2011 9:53:30 AM
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KNKT rec. 01/24/11 via email

www2.smallcapfortunes.com

"CFM has received and managed a total production budget of $800,000 for this online advertising effort and will retain any amounts over and above the cost of production, copywriting services, mailing and other distribution expenses, as a fee for its services."

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To: peter michaelson who wrote (973)1/24/2011 2:05:23 PM
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To: peter michaelson who wrote (971)1/24/2011 2:48:48 PM
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I got my AMPW mailer today. It's just like joegandy's from 1/19.

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To: Smilodon who wrote (970)1/24/2011 11:02:41 PM
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Got the BLSP mailer today. $880,000 comp paid by Flagstaff Media Ltd.

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From: ParadoxTrader1/25/2011 4:07:05 AM
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ALME 1/24/2011 - 1st time caller long time listener here. Someone else mentioned this, here's the scan of what I received: Contrarian Press Stock-Profit Guide

No compensation listed in disclaimer.

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To: peter michaelson who wrote (378)1/25/2011 10:03:17 AM
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Pantera’s Metcalf Sued by SEC for Stock Manipulation

By David Glovin - Jan 24, 2011 2:47 PM PT

Christopher Metcalf, the former chief executive officer of Pantera Petroleum Inc., was accused in a Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit of scheming to manipulate the oil company’s stock by paying bribes to brokers.

The SEC complaint filed today in Manhattan federal court accuses Metcalf, 41, and a stock promoter, Bozidar Vukovich, of conspiring in 2008 to pay kickbacks to a person, identified in court papers as “Individual A,” who they believed represented a group of brokers. Metcalf resigned in August as CEO of the Austin, Texas-based company, now known as ESP Resources Inc.

“Vukovich gave Individual A detailed instructions concerning the size, price and timing of” stock purchase orders, the SEC alleged. “In this way, Vukovich was able to insure that Individual A’s purchase orders were matched with Vukovich’s sell orders at prices Vukovich predetermined.”

Robert Heim, a lawyer for Metcalf and Pantera, didn’t immediately return a call seeking comment. Neither Vokovitch nor a lawyer for him could be located.

A message left with a secretary at the Scott, Louisiana- based ESP Resources wasn’t immediately returned. The company, which explores for oil and gas in North and South America, has a market value of about $10 million, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Shares of ESP Resources trade on an over-the-counter bulletin board.

The case is SEC v. Metcalf, 11-cv-493, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York (Manhattan).

To contact the reporters on this story: David Glovin in New York at dglovin@bloomberg.net.

To contact the editor responsible for this story: David E. Rovella at drovella@bloomberg.net.

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To: ParadoxTrader who wrote (978)1/25/2011 11:15:35 AM
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Got this one also, same day... Slightly different than the last one.

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To: ParadoxTrader who wrote (978)1/25/2011 4:59:16 PM
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Got the ALME as well on 1/24/11.

It says the author "does not accept compensation from publicly traded companies in return for his commentary."

It lists no compensation, but that wording does not rule out the old "third party" compensation game.

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