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GOOD.v was halted for failure to file. WHEN will that evidence of securities fraud be filed for all to gag over? How about never? Latest is the background of the new main man Mr. Chris Bradley. Observe

"I was pretty shocked. He was a complete fraud," said Mr. Kornblit.
At this moment GOOD.v has revealed, after a 3 day halt, "there has been a significant negative shift" and that would be Bank of Nova Scotia pulling the credit lines and scooping anything they could find. Now "Good Life is proposing a repositioning of its business" and "Discussions will now begin with key stakeholders, starting with secured creditors, ahead of any likely breach of covenants."

What does this stupidity mean? This paper stands to be halted permanently and then delisted as not meeting minimum listing requirements.

Craig Pavia
The criminal fraud lassoed $21m, $9m from 'subscription receipts' and the balance from BNS. This fraud was first accomplished by paying Craig Pavia about 12X times as much as '395 Communications' was worth. Next paying multi-millions for MattFace's fully worthless 'Impression X'

The conmen then tried to steal another $3m from Echelon, which failed. They did manage to steal $1m from the idiots at Haywood.

Matt Hopkins
Key functionary was BridgeMark famous crooked CFO Konstantin Litchenwald, who engineered and tended the accounting fraud. It was a 'black box' revenue scam with 'round trip' accounting between related paper companies. Revenues were and are entirely fraudulent and non-existent.
Hi Jesse/Mikie.

I was by the shuttered office again but I didn't see you there. Shame. Sleeping well you horrid criminal?

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