CRASH!!! Brad Huebner and Breitling's "LDHL Pump & Dump" Apparent Scheme Harming Dinarians!!!

HAT TIP:  Yahoo Finance


Well, for those of you who didn’t see our warnings back on July 16, 2012 – when we first noticed that BH Group was pumping Dinarians on their Penny Stock (scheme) LDHL and we told members to not touch it with a ten-foot pole – well, since those character’s humiliating Indictment for phony Hedge Fund Schemes – the LDHL penny stock started crashing!!!

Today, according to Yahoo Finance it closed less than half its high at a meager $0.53 / share.

We are not your Financial Planner, so we obviously can’t advise you to buy or sell securities, but we will let you make that obvious decision on LDHL before you lose everything (in our opinion).

~ Mr. IQD

P.S.  Do you think that those hacks Proteus and Patriot are reading this now – maybe we’ll hear about it on their call….  Now where is their phone number… Humm, must have misplaced it…  Well, forget it, why waste our time anyways – we can go brush up on our phony “rum-intel” and fake “gag orders” on Dinar Guru and that only takes 3 to 5 minutes…. LOL!!!


 

 

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Outspoken LDLH Supporter Indicted For Fraud!!! Investment Community WARNINGS about LDHL!

HAT TIPS:  Finance.Yahoo.com  |  Seeking Alpha – Post 1 & Post 2


UPDATE (Sept 27, 2012): So, it looks like Patriot and his side-kick Proteus (a.k.a. Hack Gurus) were reading Mr. IQD’s website yesterday!!!

We must have given them the idea (and direct links to Seeking Alpha) that they STOLE WITHOUT GIVING CREDIT and blabbed about it on their crap Conference Call last night.

Thanks to one of our keen-eared Readers who tipped us off to this website they talked about last night: http://proteusprime.me/ – We don’t encourage you to go there, but if you do, you’ll also see one reprehensible possible violation of Copyright Law and possibly Plagiarism – they PDF’d the ENTIRE Seeking Alpha articles, and didn’t bother to provide links or credits!!!  We’re sure they’ll get a Letter about that.  This further makes the case for what slime-balls they are lacking even decent character!


We wanted to see how the Indictment of the BH Group was affecting the penny stock they were pushing (and we warned you about).

Well, no surprise to us there are some really good “warning” articles that were posted recently by Seeking Alpha.  We will give you a quick excerpt for each article of the two articles, and the link to go read their entire article if you want.

We want to be sure to thank The GEO Investing Team (Seeking Alpha Contributors) for their two articles – be sure to continue the link, they have lots of great investigative info and photos of documents on their site!

Also, if you want to see daily how LDHL is performing, you can go to Yahoo! Finance to track it – here is the direct link to save you the time of finding it.  🙂

~ Mr. IQD


LD Holdings (LDHL) Draws More Scrutiny As A Company Promoter Gets Indicted By Grand Jury

On September 21, we published our initial short thesis on Ld Holdings (LDHL.PK) on Seeking Alpha – Don’t Get Dunked In The Ld Holdings Pool Of Hype. If investors still choose to hold a long bias view after reading even more evidence presented in this follow-up, it is certainly their prerogative. But they have been warned. Our most striking finding will show that LDHL seems to be in bed with who we consider to be a less than angelic individual accused of running a $23 million investment fraud scheme. This should almost ensure that LDHL is heading back to near sub- Continue reading

WARNING!!! Breitling is "Pumping & Dumping" The Penny Stock LDHL – Just like Brad Huebner!!!

HAT TIP:  DINAR DOUCHEBAGS


Happy Thursday Dinarian Friends,

Well we just got this post emailed to us from our buddies over at Dinar Douchebags  and they did a really great job helping to expose this SCAM surrounding that penny stock LDHL which we did a post, and warned you, and flamed Brad Huber (BH Group) for pumping (and dumping) on to his “followers”!

Well, our Hack Guru Hating Friends over at Dinar Douchbags just caught that scumbag (not so) Breitling with his hand in the proverbial Cookie Jar attempting to pump & dump this crap penny stock as well……  You will enjoy their post, we’ve also copied some of it below, but please be sure to go over to their page to get all of it.  🙂

~ Mr. IQD


Wednesday, September 5, 2012  |  LDHL

Back in Late April I awarded a Douchie to the BH Team in part based on their pumping of a penny stock called LDHL (LD Holdings).  I didn’t think much more about it until the other day when I was listening to Breitling.  He did a video where he was doing a case study for his followers about stock picking.  Guess which stock he chose for this “case study”?  If you said LDHL you can probably see where this is going.

In a recent conference call Brad Huebner announced that Tony “Breitling” Elder is on board with the LDHL investment and would be a part of their marketing team.  Did Breitling inform his followers of this fact?  Uh, no.  Musta slipped his mind, huh?

Also in the video Breitling told his listeners to buy 250 shares (11:45 in) and that he thinks it will go up to $9.  I’m not a lawyer so I can’t say if he violated any statutes here, but I would certainly think he’s on Continue reading

Beware of These Top 10 Investment Scams (Updated List for 2011/2012)!!!

HAT TIP: Ric Edelman (Education / Investing Your Money)


Beware of These Top 10 Investment Scams – Follow your nose. If an offer smells fishy, it’s probably bad.  Updated December 2011

Recent worries about the economy, coupled with poor investment performance, have caused some consumers to swear off traditional, well-known investments in favor of others that offer promises of higher returns and lower risks. But be careful: Many of those investment offers are actually frauds, and you’ll lose all the money you spend on them.

To help you avoid getting ripped off, the North American Securities Administrators Association offers the following “Top 10” list of investment scams. If you’ve invested in any of these, talk with us or your state securities regulator right away.

Products
1. Distressed real estate schemes. Investment pools targeting distressed property are increasingly popular with con artists. Do your homework before investing in properties that are bank-owned, in foreclosure, pending short sales or otherwise in distress. Just like other securities, real estate ventures must be registered with state securities regulators. [Breitling had ought to relate to this scam – right??? LOL!!!  Did you see our two posts on this? LINKS:  POST 1  and  POST 2  ]

2. Energy investments. Swindlers tout the mystique of untapped oil and gas reserves and bountiful production. Even genuine oil and gas investments bear a high degree of risk. Understand that you could lose your total investment, even in legitimate ventures. Energy investments tend to be poor alternatives if you are seeking income in retirement.

3. Gold and precious metals. Higher prices and the promise of an ever-appreciating “tangible” asset have lured the unsuspecting into a variety of scams. Many recent ones are variations on old themes — like a promoter seeking capital for extraction equipment to reopen a long-dormant mine in exchange for a full refund plus interest and a stake in the mine. In another case, operators claimed to have special coins or nuggets they would store or trade for investors in special markets for high profits and returns.

4. Promissory notes. Unregistered or fraudulent promissory notes give a false sense of security with promises or guarantees of fixed interest rates and safety of principal. However, even legitimate notes carry risk. Most promissory notes and their sellers must be registered with state securities regulators. Such notes often are covers for Ponzi schemes and other scams. Check with your state regulator.

5. Securitized life-settlement contracts. Legitimate life-settlement contracts involve a high degree of risk; investors may be responsible for routinely paying costly premiums for people who outlive their life expectancies. Now crooks are embracing new schemes to deceive even cautious investors into believing that contracts with added securities such as bonds are safe. Many have left victims holding worthless paper. Practices

6. Affinity fraud. Marketing a scheme to members of a particular group continues to be lucrative for Ponzi scheme operators and other fraudsters. The elderly or retired and religious and ethnic groups are common targets because scammers rely on trust. Examples: A member of a large Amish community recently bilked his brethren of millions of dollars in an investment scam. And a trusted officer of a Croatian credit union was accused of stealing members’ deposits over several years.

7. Bogus or exaggerated credentials. These are used to imply special expertise or training in advising senior citizens on financial matters. Despite laws in 29 states to curb the practice, there is an increase in the use of bogus credentials or designations such as nonexistent law degrees or CPA certificates and expired or nonexistent CRD numbers. Always press for full disclosure and the meaning behind all designations, and check to confirm with your state regulator.

8. Mirror trading. This scheme is promoted as an automated trading platform that ensures you will participate in real-time transactions placed or executed by a skilled and knowledgeable third party. Supposedly, whenever that party executes a trade, the same trade is mechanically placed in your account. Be cautious. Continue to objectively evaluate all new investment platforms.

9. Private placements. A federal rule that provides filing exemption for private placement offerings has been used by unscrupulous promoters. This year U.S. and Canadian authorities convicted three people of criminal fraud related to the sale of $33 million in oil and gas private placement offerings. The defendants claimed the securities were exempt from registration under Rule 506. They organized their company in the Bahamas, sold the securities from a boiler room in Ontario, and told investors the company was located in Kentucky.

10. Advice from unlicensed agents. Complaints are on the rise about unlicensed salesmen, such as insurance agents, who give investment advice or make securities transactions. Recommendations often turn out to be unsuitable or put investors in underperforming products or those with hidden fees or long lockup periods. Insist that anyone giving you advice produce a proper license. [Brad Huebner / BH Group should be able to “relate” to this one, did you see our post about him pushing that crappy LDHL Penny Stock scheme?  LINK ]


DO YOU KNOW OF A SCAM GOING AROUND THAT NEEDS TO BE EXPOSED, LET US KNOW ABOUT IT USING OUR ANONYMOUS FORM:

WARNING!!! BH Group's Newest "Scheme" To Take Your Money (In Our Opinion)!!!

HAT TIP:  BH Group Direct Email Solicitation


What we like about Brad Huebner and his BH Group (what an “original” name) is that he is an EXCELLENT “Example” of what we feel are Con Men who will be running “Cons” on this Dinarian Community AFTER our highly anticipated RV event and blessing!!!

Those of you who are unfortunately “suckered” in to following this man who seems to have an endless supply of “legidimate sounding” con schemes – best of luck to you, maybe he is not lieing and maybe he has your best interests at heart and will make you rich beyond belief!!!  Of course, maybe pink Unicorns are real too…….

So, we were minding our own business and then we received this email, and have already issued a warning last week (see Post) about this latest “LDHL” scheme!

But, we know he will be selling this strong to those unfortunate enough to listen to his newest Conference Calls or receive future emails.  I bet Brad would just love to know which email in his list is ours… LOL!!!

Well, anyways, we have many concerns about the nature of his email below. 

We could not help but wonder how FINRA Compliant his email is, and is Brad even properly Licensed by FINRA to make such a solicitation of Securities???

IN OTHER WORDS, DID BRAD JUST BREAK THE LAW WITH THIS EMAIL???

Securities are among the highest regulated product of anything – this is not like selling a widget over the internet – there are rules and laws that MUST BE ADHERED TO!!!

One Exmaple (of many) From Finra’s Website (LINK):

Approval and Supervision (NASD Rules 2210(b) and 3010)

Web communications that meet the definitions of advertisements, sales literature or independently prepared reprints set forth in NASD Rule 2210(a) must be approved prior to use and in writing by a registered principal of the broker dealer. For example, a website or search engine advertisement must be approved before use. In addition, the rules require that correspondence (which can include email and instant messages) distributed to more than 25 individuals within a 30-day period also receive prior-to-use principal approval. For example, an email message that contains a recommendation of a security and is distributed to more than 25 existing clients must be approved. Firms may employ an electronic system to capture and document these approvals.

Now, there is a lot of regulation, so lets break this down to hopefully a little more simple outline for you:

  1. You must be Licensed to sell or advertise Securities (link to FAQ for Guidelines) – even if you are not directly selling Securities, but are working as an “Adviser” (i.e. Radio Host, Author, Writer, etc.) you must be Series 65 Licensed.

  2. Any offer to sell Securities must be made to a client that is “known”.  What does “known” mean, well in simple terms that means that they have you take a survey of questions that asks you your name, age, financial condition, family status (i.e. kids, other dependents), retirement goals, amount of earnings, amount of debt, assets, etc.

We don’t know if Brad Huber or BH Group is properly licensed to sell securities – let him prove that to you! 

We also don’t believe that Brad “knew” you.  Since we are sure he sent this email out to more than 25 people within a 30 day period – we believe Brad has violated SEC / FINRA Rules! 

But, who are we to “judge”, we will let the SEC / FINRA decide for themselves, and we encourage you to report his email to you as well. (LINK To File A Complaint)

This may be “Strike Two” for this man – see our earlier post which exposes Brad for being Investigated by the FBI for $3,000,000.00 in “missing” Investor’s Funds!!!

Question – No matter how “slick” Brad sounds – do you want to trust him anymore?

~ Mr. IQD


NOTE / DISCLAIMER:  THE REPRINT BELOW IS THE COPIED EMAIL SENT BY BRAD HUEBNER / BH GROUP – WE DO NOT ENDORSE OR APPROVE ANY OF ITS CONTENT AND HAVE REPRINTED IT FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY – WE ARE NOT SOLICITING FOR SALES OF SECURITIES.


 LD Holdings, Inc. featuring Boomer 101
OTC Stock Symbol: LDHL

Website: www.ldholdings.com
For those of you considering diversifying your investment money both pre and post RV, I would like to present a “ground floor” opportunity with a Public company that I’ve personally invested in. This says a lot because I normally don’t invest in the stock market.

In the last 60 days this thinly traded stock has gone from .02 cents to Continue reading

EXPOSED!!! BH Group & Bayshore – Why Is The FBI Investigating? What Happened to the $3Million of Investor's Money!!!

UPDATE (SEPT 27, 2012):  We wanted to make sure you also see our WARNING posts on LDHL being a “pump and dump” scheme elevated by the BH Group and also Breitling!

UPDATE (SEPT 20, 2012):  We noticed a lot of Search Engine Traffic is directing you to this page, we didn’t want you to miss the new 2 posts on the Indictment handed down today via a Federal Grand Jury!

LINKS For Today’s New Posts:

https://mriqd.com/2012/09/20/breaking-bh-group-brad-huebner-bayshore-capital-rudy-coehen-indicted-by-a-federal-grand-jury-for-fraud-schemes/

 

https://mriqd.com/2012/09/20/breaking-news-photo-3-toledo-area-men-bh-group-charged-in-scheme-to-sell-iraqi-money/


HAT TIPS: DinarVets.com, RealScams.com + Other Anonymous Emails


Folks, this is one of the most DISTURBING Frauds that has been attacking the innocent and ignorant within our Dinarian Community!!!

The scam of Hedge Funds and variations by The BH Group and Rudy are under investigation by the FBI.

Over $3,000,000.00 of Dinarian money has already been STOLEN!!!

We are reprinting below the various details that we have received, including a heart wrenching personal story, conference call recording, and other info links!

Please read, and learn about the CRAP that is going on NOW – BEFORE the RV, can you imagine how BAD IT WILL GET POST RV when most of us have $Hundreds of Thousands or $Millions to lose with these Con Artists and Scams!!!.

~ Mr. IQD


PERSONAL TESTIMONIAL
[NOTE: Content of this Personal Testimonial Has Been Modified / Edited to preserve confidentiality of original source – material relevant facts were not changed.]
I would took part in the “post” RV Hedge fund that is being put together by Brad Huebner with the BH Group and Rudy Coenen with Bayshore Capital. I secured my Hedge fund position with the “non-refundable” $750.According to Rudy, and his conference call, there were some problems and BH Group is no longer part of this Hedge fund.

Rudy did tell us, the investors, on a conference call [see links directly below] that the FBI did come to his office and took all the documents concerning this Hedge fund!

Rudy insists that everything Bayshore has done has been above board and
they are not in trouble.  I don’t personally feel that I can trust him at his word, and I will cancel my investment and lose my $750 deposit.

However, my biggest concern is that they have my name and my contact info and I am worried that I can now be a victim of Identity Theft, or they will sell my information!

Here are links to the Conference Call Recording where Rudy was bashing BHGroup – Note, Rudy had taken down his copy of this recording, but someone made these back-up recordings:

OTHER POSTS & LINKS


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