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

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

How to Avoid a Wholesale Supplier Scam

HAT TIP:  SmallBizBee.com


May 1, 2012  by: Meghan Faye Wolff

If you’re an e-commerce merchant planning to re-sell tangible products, law requires you to have a supplier’s agreement. This is an agreement that states the terms and conditions between you and your wholesale supplier. However, if you’re a start-up e-commerce merchant or you’re thinking about selling products online, you need to be aware of the wholesale supplier scam.

What Is a Wholesale Supplier Scam?

Just like any other type of scam, a wholesale supplier scam comes in different shapes and sizes. The most important thing you need to know is that the scammer created their website to trick you into thinking they’re going to offer you a great deal on wholesale products. Here are the top three most common wholesale supplier scams.

1.       Replica Scam

Not all replica merchandise suppliers are trying to rip you off. However, there are several wholesale suppliers who claim they’re selling you an authentic product—Louis Vuitton handbags, Nike sneakers, Rolex watches—when it’s actually a replica. If you want to sell replica items, that’s fine, but make certain you’re advertising your goods as replicas to avoid any legal problems.

2.       Pay First Scam

You call your wholesale supplier and ask for a shipment of Dell laptops, but they claim they’re out of stock. Before they can re-order their stock of Dell laptops for you, they ask you to pay first. If you run into a situation like this, you should definitely err on the side of caution. While you feel like you can trust the company, this may be a wholesale supplier scam trying to swindle you out of your money without delivering the goods.

3.       Drop Ship Scam

It’s rare to find a wholesale supplier who will drop ship your products for you, but it’s not impossible. You find a supplier, receive a product sample of what you’ll be selling, and its quality is great. However, here’s where the scam kicks into play. When your supplier starts shipping items to your customers, the products they receive are of poor quality. As a merchant, you get stuck with a chargeback as well as having to pay your wholesale supplier for shipping your products.
Warning Signs of a Wholesale Supplier Scam

Spotting the warning signs of a wholesale supplier scam is easy, but takes a little investigative work. However, it’s worth the time and effort if you want to save your business money in the end. Warning signs… (to continue reading article, please visit origianl blog)


About the Author: Meghan Faye Wolff is the senior copywriter and marketing specialist for Instabill Corporation. Instabill provides international and offshore payment processing solutions to e-commerce and MOTO merchants worldwide. Meghan writes about social media marketing, tips for start-up businesses, and e-commerce and payments industry news on the Instabill blog.


 

Hedge Fund – Risk Management in the Post-Madoff Era of Fraud!!!

HAT TIP: Risk Management Magazine


We are really concerned with helping to provide the tools (and a tad bit of common sense) that will help you to better protect yourself against some of the current SCAMS being waged against us in the Dinarian Community!

One of the biggest threats are these Hedge Funds being sold, which in our opinion are being sold by unreliable, and possibly down right blatant con artists!!!

This article from Risk Management Magazine was written by Pat Huddleston, here is his short bio, and link to his blog:

Pat Huddleston served as the enforcement branch chief of the SEC’s enforcement division from 1992 to 1996. He currently lives in Atlanta as founder and CEO of Investor’s Watchdog, an investor protection company. You can read more from Huddleston on his company’s blog, Investor’s Watchblog.

We hope that you read this, and share this with  your fellow IQD investor friends.

~ Mr. IQD


by Pat Huddleston

From 1977 to 1982, Larry Wilcox was a television star, playing officer Jon Baker opposite Eric Estrada in the hit NBC television series CHiPs. When he left the small screen, Wilcox branched out into other business ventures. He remained far out of the limelight until October 2010, when the U.S. Justice Department charged him with participating in a microcap stock scam that involved bribing pension plan employees. In November 2010, Wilcox pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud. 

Wilcox’s fraud was a classic “pump and dump” scheme, in which the fraudsters control worthless shares of small companies, pump up the price of those shares with rigged trading and false press releases and then sell the shares to innocent investors. The SEC will stop dozens of such scams this year (and every year). Luckily, no investors lost money in the Wilcox case; the corrupt pension fund employees were actually undercover FBI agents. 

Most pump and dump stories don’t end so well. In the late 1990s, Russian mob boss Semion Mogilevich — now on the FBI’s Most Wanted list — made the Toronto Stock Exchange and prominent Canadian politicians unwitting players in a $150 million pump and dump scam involving shares in Pennsylvania-based sham company YBM Magnex International, Inc., which was purported to be a worldwide manufacturer of industrial magnets. After the FBI and other authorities raided the company’s headquarters in 1998, exposing the fraud, its shares fell to zero. The fraud victimized not only individual investors, but also institutions, including mutual funds and the Ontario Teacher’s Pension Fund. 

Whether it is a pump and dump scheme or any other scam, avoiding professional investment fraud is not easy. Professional con artists are well funded and as skilled in their craft as world-class athletes. Not falling victim begins with admitting that you are…  (to continue reading, please goto original blog post)

DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON BREITLING'S ISX REPORT!!! GET IT FREE…

ATTENTION!!! We just got an Email from that hack Breitling who is back to pumping his ISX reports!!!

He says they are now 50% off for this weekend only!!! DON’T BUY THEM!!!

Well, we happen to know that you can get the SAME ISX Report INFO FOR FREE on the http://www.theiqdteam.com website, look in the pre/post RV Info section!!!

BTW, what happened to Breitling’s so-called “great” real estate investing seminar scheme????!!!! LOL!!!!

What a hack this guy is, he’d sell you his grandma’s old underpants if he thought you’d be stupid enough to buy them!!!

It is our very strong opinion that everyone needs to stay far away from this Breitling character!!!

~ Mr. IQD