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Vision Plasma Systems Inc (VLNX) – Research Report

16 Aug Vision Plasma Systems Inc (VLNX) – Research Report

 

VLNX became the official new AwesomePennyStocks pick this morning around 9:45 am.  As mentioned in this post, the alerts were staggered and inconsistent.  Some people that paid APS for the premium service never got their alerts and others that didn't pay for the premium service were pleasantly surprised when they did receive the early alert.   

47 of our members were on hand in our chat room before the open today when some premarket activity put VLNX on our radar.  The ticker was first mentioned in our chat room before the open. Within seconds after the open we made the firm decision that VLNX had to be the next APS pick and many of our members were able to get filled while the stock price was still in the teens.   

We created the IHUB forum for VLNX to make tracking the ticker a little easy and based on the action on that forum, by the time APS officially made VLNX their pick, hundreds of people already knew it was coming.  The $149/month subscription price for the early alert proved to be pretty worthless for many traders with good social media resources or other strong sources like our site.

 

Vision Plasma Systems Inc (VLNX) - RESEARCH REPORT

 

VLNX isn't your usual APS pick.  Most of their picks are fully reporting companies that were created right from the start for a future APS paid promotion.  VLNX follows in the foot steps of ABOT and CDOI as a non-SEC reporting shell with a long spotty history once promoted by the AwesomePennyStocks promotional sites.

Vision Plasma Systems Inc went public as Mercristo Developments Inc in 1997.  The name of the shell was changed to Addison Industries Inc in December of 1998.  When the shell did its last SEC filing (an NT-10K  on May 3, 1999) it was still a Delaware business entity.

In April of 2006, Addison Industries Inc merged with Bonanza Land Holdings Inc which was a newly created Nevada business entity.  It did a name/symbol change to Bonanza Land Holdings Inc (BZLH) and conducted a 1:100 reverse split on May 15, 2006.  

The Bonanza Land Holdings Inc entity didn't do any annual filings with the Nevada SOS and was revoked in 2008.  The SEC failed to delete the ticker allowing the dead shell to remain publicly traded.  Then on June 28, 2011, new ownership came in and grabbed possession of the shell reinstating it with the Nevada SOS.

 

 

The first act upon reinstatement was raising the authorized share count from 100,000,000 to 500,000,000 on August 18. 2011.  According to the inactive Initial Company Information and Disclosure Statement filed on September 23, 2011, Bonanza Land Holdings Inc acquired VLinx B.C. Inc (a Vancouver company) on August 9, 2011

vLinx Inc. (the “Company”) was incorporated on April 12, 2002 under the name of 4043189 B.C. Inc. pursuant to the laws of British Columbia and on June 17, 2002 changed its name to vLinx Inc. The Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, vLinx (USA) Inc. (“vLinx (USA)”), operating as “vLinx.com” was incorporated in the State of California on January 3, 2000

The now inactive attorney letter written for the Disclosure Statement by Morse & Morse PLLC of New York mentions that the shell had a court appointed receiver - X-Clearing Corporation - suggesting that after the shell got revoked somebody filed for custodianship then after gaining control of the shell either passed it on or used it themselves for the new business operations. 

X-Clearing Corp is a transfer agency located in Denver, Colorado.  They are a wholly owned subsidiary of Fincor Inc (FINC).  Here is their website.  Here is a list of publicly traded companies they currently service.  X-Clearing Corp is controlled by Robert Stevens and Jodi K Stevens.  Jodi K Stevens is currently the CEO of Forever Valuable Collectibles (FVBC). Robert Stevens who can be linked to such companies as Hoss Capital LLC, Technology Partners LLC, and SHC Capital LLC is a former officer and very large shareholder in Marine Exploration Inc (MEXP).

The author of that now inactive disclosure statement was Wayne Bailey.  Wayne Bailey also authored this inactive quarterly statement for Cardio Infrared Technologies, Inc (CDOI) on May 1, 2011.

 

 

Both VLNX and CDOI also use the same legal counsel, Andrew Coldicutt.

The APS family promoted CDOI in July of 2011.  CDOI is now sitting at $.0002/share.  

 

Who is Wayne Bailey?  

According to this March 13, 2012, Attorney Letter drafted for VLNX by Andrew Coldicutt, Wayne Bailey is responsible for preparing the financial statements for the VLNX shell.

9. The person responsible for the preparation of the financial statements contained in the information is Wayne Bailey, and his address is 1810 16th Street, G107, Newport Beach, California 92663. The financial statements have not been audited.

Wayne Bailey was also once the CFO of Liberty Diversified Holdings Inc (LDHG) [now known as Nutripure Beverages Inc (NBVG)], While with LDHG/NBVG, Wayne Bailey worked under Ronald Touchard.   Read a little history about Touchard's past connections with Tony Papa and Eric Van Nguyen and the ugly history of LDHG/NBVG here and here.

 

Who is Andrew Coldicutt?  

Andrew Coldicutt is the son of  Thomas D Coldicutt and Elizabeth L Coldicutt who both recently got busted by the SEC again (they are repeat offenders) this time for secretly funding and controlling shares in shells that were used for pump&dumps.  See the SEC litigation release and SEC Complaint for more details. According to his yatedo page, Andrew Coldicutt has worked with the Carrillo Heuttel, LLP law firm over the past 2 years.  Carrillo Heuttel is an AwesomePennyStocks regular and a Kirks/Skymark regular before that.

 

The current share structure

According to our inactive disclosure statement, on December 31, 2010 there were only 1,048,783 shares outstanding with 15,556 shares in the float.  In just 8 months those numbers rose to 375,148,786 shares outstanding and 100,015,556.

As of our most recent fiscal quarter ended June 30, 2011 and as of the end of each prior fiscal year ended December 31, 2010 and 2009, we had 50,000,000 Common Shares authorized, with 1,048,783 Common Shares issued and outstanding., including 15,556 free trading shares and 1,033,227 restricted shares, held by 387 shareholders. Currently, we have 500,000,000 common shares authorized with 375,148,786 issued and outstanding shares including 100,015,556 freely tradable shares, with 423 shareholders.

That means that 374,100,003 new shares were issued (100,000,000 of which were free trading shares) between December 31, 2010 and August 15, 2011.

Tracking down the first 275,00,000 shares was easy.  275,000,000 shares were issued for the acquisition of VLinx. Concurrent with the acquisition, 1,000,000 of the previously owned shares were cancelled.  Most of those 275,000,000 shares were split up as follows:

Kombiz Eghdami - 107,646,637 shares
TonBridge Management (controlled by Kombiz Eghdami) - 37,500,000 shares
Beheko Corp (owner unknown) - 71,530,983 shares
Pep Peri Pembo Management VCC (owner unknown) - 18,395,516 shares
William Saywell - 18,999,612 shares

Finding out who got the 100,000,000 free trading shares was not so easy. The filings refuse to disclose who got those 100,000,000 free trading shares. The only hint they give us is that those 100,000,000 shares were "issued by court" probably suggesting that they were issued for an unpaid debt Note that went into default, but being that all we get are unregulated OTC filings to read through, I don't trust anything in those filings including the financial numbers.

The financial numbers claim that the VLinx shell came with almost $1.9 million in accounts receivable, over $4 million in debt Notes, and almost $27,000 in revenues in the last quarter of 2011.  The disclosure statement also claimed the company had signed contracts with Kroger and Walmart.

 

The current set-up

On February 7, 2012, Vlinx Technology Inc acquired Carbon Based Partners, LLC as an operating subsidiary of the Company.  On April 3, 2012 the name of the shell was changed to Vision Plasma Systems Inc.

When you do as much research as I have, you remember names like Carbon Based Partners LLC.  Carbon Based Partners LLC showed up in a recent research report I did on Nano Labs Corp (CTLE).

At one point in November of 2011, Nano Labs Corp (CTLE) [then still known as Colorado Ceramic Tile Inc] purchased all of the assets of Carbon Based Partners LLC for $500 and approved a name change to Carbon Based Partners Inc along with a 36:1 forward split.

On November 29, 2011 a reorganization plan was approved by the shareholders that involed: 
1) the transfer of all of the Company's assets to CCT,Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company; 
2) the sale of CCT, Inc. to Sandie Venezia, an officer and director of the Company for $500; 
3) the Company's acquisition of the assets of Carbon Based Partners, LLC ("CBP") for $500.
In connection with the plan of reorganization, the Company's shareholders:
o approved a resolution changing the name of the Company to Carbon Based Partners, Inc. 
o approved a forward split the Company's common stock on a 36 for 1 basis.

In December of 2011, that agreement with Carbon Based Partners, LLC was cancelled and the Colorado Ceramic Tile Inc shell went on to become Nano Labs Corp doing a 25:1 forward split instead.

So Carbon Based Partners LLC was once purchased for $500.  How much value can a company have if they were once sold for just $500?

After Vlinx Technology Inc acquired Carbon Based Partners LLC they changed the name of the shell to Vision Plasma Systems Inc and moved to a new address:

200 S. Virginia 8th Floor
Reno, NV 89501

That address can be found connected to two other publicly traded companies, Tundra Gold Corp (TNUG) and North Springs Resources Corp (NSRS) which was one of AwesomePennyStocks biggest pump&dumps and used attorney Carrillo Huettel LLP.  TNUG and NSRS actually have something else in common.  They both signed agreements with MinQuest Inc - Richard Kern.

According to Tundra Gold Corp's filings, they pay only $169/month to lease that address.  The reason it is so cheap is because it is a Regus virtual office.

The most recent disclosure statement lists the new VLNX business plan as follows:

Vision Plasma Systems, Inc. (formerly Carbon Based Partners LLC) is a technology company that has developed a Portable Plasma Gasification System for the Complete Remediation of Hazardous Waste. The power and opportunity in the proprietary Arc Master I lies in mobility and flexibility. The system can be located close to the source of hazmat, which largely eliminates the need for long haul transportation of dangerous materials on highway, rail and barge systems. The system also can be up and operating within one hour of arrival on site.

The new company website can be found here.  The old Carbon Based Partners LLC website now forwards to that new site.  All of the former assets, debts, and revenues, and business operations of the shell while called Vlinx Inc just vanished from the filings.  VLNX suddenly had no cash and no revenues.  Just forward looking business operations, intellectual property they value at $375,000, and orfcourse those 100,000,000 free trading shares ready to dump during  a paid promotion.

The founder of Carbon Based Partners LLC, Timothy P. Volk, became the new CEO of VLNX.

The new CFO became Garett Dean Parsons formerly of EPOD Solar Inc and NanoTech Inc.  (both companies with connections to Mike Matvieshen).  Garett Parsons (aka Garrett Parsons) was also once a major shareholder in Kolorfusion International Inc (KOLR) which got suspended on February 23, 2012.

The complete team can be found at this old archived version of the website.

Shilo Capital became the owner of 211,794,460 shares and thus now has control of the shell (on paper at least).  If anybody has any luck located Shilo Capital please let me know.

As of the last financial report filed for the period ending June 30, 2012, the shell still had no cash and no revenues, only a forward looking business plan.  The shell did add $324,738 in debt Notes with no explanation where they came from.  And to date no explanation exists for the issuance of those 100,000,000 free trading shares which at the average trading price of around $.30/share today would have fetched $30,000,000.

The author of that recent VLNX report was Wayne Bailey again.  So despite the shell changing hands, it appears that the same people are still involved running the ticker in the background.

 

So now what?

VLNX has already put out a press release to support the stock price tomorrow. Most people know that VLNX is just a pump&dump.  What people don't know is where the stock price will go from here.  I guess that all depends on APS and the owner of those 100,000,000 free trading shares.  

APS has had a good record with its recent picks of steady climbs for several days usually not reaching the all-time high until at least 2 weeks into the promotion before the inevitable crash down, but this isn't the same old APS (as already evidenced through the recent changes to the way their promotions are alerted) and this isn't a typical APS pick since it is trading on the pink sheets.  

With over 300,000,000 shares traded today a large chunk of those 100,000,000 free trading shares may already be gone.   As with any pump&dump, there is always the small risk of some kind of regulatory action at any moment and there is always the possibility that insiders have found ways to clear even more shares to be dumped besides just those 100,000,000 shares.  This is after all a pink sheet company that has gone out of the way to keep much information about its debt Notes and insiders a secret from its investors.

 

Related:

This interesting Bull Exchange ad showed up on google calling VLNX a scam. Is this in retaliation for APS making negative comments about TBX in the APS newsletters and placing Dino Paolucci's name on the servers?  More details about that promoter war here.

 

 

 

 

18 Comments
  • John
    Posted at 22:55h, 16 August Reply

    *Thank you for the in-depth research into this.  One point I am uncertain with your analysis is that it seems that you are mainly concerned with the 100 million free float shares.  How about the 275 million shares that are owned by the insiders like Combiz, etc.? Won’t these guys have some dumping to do as well aside from the 100 million anonymous shares?

    • nodummy
      nodummy
      Posted at 23:01h, 16 August Reply

      When it comes to companies like this hiding on the pink sheets instead of reporting to the SEC it is possible that other shares once issued for the acquisition of Vlinx Inc could be getting dumped during this current paid promotion. It is also possible that insiders could be issuing new shares to be dumped during the promotion using those new unexplained debt Notes or other shady excuses. Absolutely nothing is outside the realm of possibilities including law breaking activities. So yes you make a good point that investors should be concerned with much more than just the 100,000,000 shares that we know are free trading.

  • alive
    ALiVE
    Posted at 23:55h, 16 August Reply

    *indeed and with 308M shares trading hands today – safe to assume all 100M float bets are off.

  • John
    Posted at 00:08h, 17 August Reply

    *

    Quick find which differs from your assessment that this company is a shell company –  In the below link, it indicates that:

    “Vision Plasma Systems, Inc. has never been a shell company.”

    http://www.otcmarkets.com/otciq/ajax/showFinancialReportById.pdf?id=87718

     

    Thought this was interesting.  Your thoughts?

    • nodummy
      nodummy
      Posted at 00:22h, 17 August Reply

      I use the word “shell” to describe all companies trading on the pink sheets. I have a hard time calling pink sheet companies “companies” because so many of them were not created to support a real business. My use of the word “shell” is not meant to be confused with the literal definition of a “shell company” as recognized by the SEC as a publicly traded company with no assets, no revenues, no active business operations, and no full-time employees. Sorry for any confusion.

      • John
        Posted at 00:29h, 17 August Reply

        Got it, thx

  • Kenswift
    Posted at 03:02h, 17 August Reply

    Great article nodummy. The TBX part is wrong though. Looks like they started advertising in google which I do believe is new, but those catch phrases are just generated and not specific…check these out

    http://www.ipicit.net/picit/1345186710.4826.iPicit.jpg

    • nodummy
      nodummy
      Posted at 08:37h, 17 August Reply

      Thanks Ken!

    • Mafiaxxx
      Posted at 00:11h, 19 August Reply

      Actually with google adwords you have to specifically type in your ad content. It is not automatically generated

  • nodummy
    nodummy
    Posted at 09:38h, 17 August Reply

    With no new alerts or emails from APS since yesterday morning and some traders still squirmish because they some how never got the first alerts from APS things could get ugly quick with VLNX.  

  • nodummy
    nodummy
    Posted at 13:56h, 17 August Reply

    Not telling anybody anything that they don’t already know by now, but judging by the premiumstockreports.com email sent out late this morning found here:

    http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=78648028 

    APS is done with VLNX.  They spoke about the VLNX pick in the past tense.

    Pretty pathetic that APS claims to have alerted the pick at $.10/share when by the time their alert had come out the stock price was already around $.30/share because pre-promo gurus and keen chart scanners had already pegged VLNX as the APS pick long before the pick came out.

    We knew that this isn’t the same old APS because of their recent actions and changes in their alert system over the past few weeks, but I don’t think anybody anticipated that APS would become just another second rate promoter doing 1 day alerts to support insider dumping.  Now we are left to wonder if future APS picks will also be 1 day alerts that peak before midday and get hammered down by insider dumping.

  • nodummy
    nodummy
    Posted at 11:08h, 18 August Reply

    I know there are some theorizing that VLNX was never actually the APS pick or that it was some kind of hoax. I do not think that VLNX was a hoax. I think the plan was to dump those 100,000,000 shares as quickly as possible and get out of town. APS has already been feeling the heat from the regulators and are probably getting nervous about all the exposure the APS insiders have been getting recently by online researchers, etc. It was no coincidence that a non-SEC reporting company was chosen for the latest APS pick. Non-SEC reporting companies are less likely to draw the attention of the regulars. I’m actually strongly considering the possibility that VLNX was a going away play. The last one ever from APS. They could have easily banked $35,000,000 by dumping all of those 100,000,000 shares on Thursday alone. After all the 100,000,000 shares were gone there was no reason for them to put all that big money into the play that they usually do with wash trading and bid support. Aaron, Eric, Leo, Scott, Louis, Jeffrey, Karim, Shehzad, Francisco, or whoever the APS insiders actually are including all the big money in the background coming out of places like Singapore or Spain or Montreal or Switzerland may have been using VLNX as one more big fast pay day. I’m not saying it was definitely the last APS play … just throwing this out there as something to consider. I don’t think there was “new management” involved with the VLNX play, I think that it might have been “old management’s” way of deflecting the blame for what they already knew was going to be a huge failure for their followers. Of course if they were trying to go out quietly into the night the whole pay pal premium membership thing was a stupid idea .. it might have banked them $1 – $2 million more, but that could really end up burning them by bringing a whole new kind of trouble their way. If APS does come out with another play it wouldn’t surprise me if it ends up being another short in and out play using another non-SEC reporting shell only good luck to them drawing the same kind of volume they got with VLNX after the way they screwed over so many investors.

  • DazeTrader
    Posted at 19:05h, 18 August Reply

    *This is a superb research article nodummy. I love it how you connect the dots and enlighten us with your many years of research and knowledge in this area. 

    Quick question, did anyone find shares to short?

  • Mafiaxxx
    Posted at 00:08h, 19 August Reply

    Awesome report

  • alive
    ALiVE
    Posted at 11:45h, 11 September Reply

    *TNUG terminated their agreement with MinQuest on August 15, 2012 according to recent Q fwiw

    http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=54093172 

  • alive
    ALiVE
    Posted at 12:26h, 19 September Reply

    *there is another ticker now using the same virtual addy as VLNX / NSRS / TNUG. It is CURG. It is in the infant stage, but I have it on watch for forward split, etc. Their previous address was in Switzerland. Recent 8k filing has shows change of control and the new president is the sole director and officer of another pump ticker LSTG (Lone Star Gold), Dan Ferris.

    http://www.otcmarkets.com/edgar/GetFilingHtml?FilingID=8721579 

  • nodummy
    nodummy
    Posted at 23:03h, 23 June Reply

    Litigation brought against known APS associate Gregg R Mulholland re: VLNX

    http://www.sec.gov/litigation/complaints/2015/comp-pr2015-129.pdf

    Mullolland secretly controlled almost the entire VLNX float as well as most of the restricted control shares using offshore entities/accounts and Legacy Global Markets which we had already written in the past was largely controlled by Mulholland

    http://promotionstocksecrets.com/500-million-belize-penny-stock-manipulation-ring-shut/

    http://promotionstocksecrets.com/clearing-penny-stock-certs-through-panama/

    http://promotionstocksecrets.com/eric-van-nguyen/

  • Scottie
    Posted at 17:02h, 19 January Reply

    PENNY STOCK TWEETS was the one promotional site that was toting VLNX back during the MULHOLLAND days.

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