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CTR Investments and Consulting Inc New (PK) (CIVX)

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Backstabbed Backstabbed 43 minutes ago
There is only one loser sitting at $0.0006 - the rest of the MMs are above $0.001
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 2 hours ago
It’ll come hard very thin 👀
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Tomuggly313 Tomuggly313 7 hours ago
Big run coming imo
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LCJR LCJR 5 days ago
What do you expect him to publish that isn’t already public knowledge? He said they’re looking for a candidate, which takes time and resources. It’s a very tedious task, with tons of research and interviews on the perspective candidates they find that might be the one. I hope they already have a few in mind so the process is quicker, but who knows?

LCJR
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koolmc koolmc 5 days ago
he just said this per last pr "INVESTORS* PLEASE Refrain from contacting the Company regarding Merger. All Information will be made Public via Company Press Releases. Thank You." So he ain't gonna say anything till they get a candidate
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Backstabbed Backstabbed 6 days ago
Good. I will continue to accumulate at these prices.
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TRADER99 TRADER99 6 days ago
Cavan doesn't seem like the pumper type. Owning his own finance company you would think he's professional. Paperwork and filings for what's coming.
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Backstabbed Backstabbed 6 days ago
this doesn't mean that it's Cavan dumping. this may be flippers that grew impatient
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 6 days ago
Did I speak too soon…
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 6 days ago
Yeah for sure we know Cavan isn’t dumping and we are just at a stand still we most people holding for the big news
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Backstabbed Backstabbed 6 days ago
$CIVX - Volume brings volume. we need volume.
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FelixOTC FelixOTC 6 days ago
What’s the point till it’s the account for the company taking over?
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uptick1000 uptick1000 7 days ago
So far this Guy has not been to good at being the new CEO.. No twitter account , no communication to shareholders , just one pr over a month ago and then complete silence...he needs to come out of hiding and speak to the market like the other CEOS who stock are not sitting at 0006...
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TRADER99 TRADER99 7 days ago
Yea he said he will
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Tomorrowneverknows Tomorrowneverknows 1 week ago
Exactly
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Backstabbed Backstabbed 1 week ago
Did someone suggest it to him?!?
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TRADER99 TRADER99 1 week ago
Need that social media account by Cavan. He wouldn't have bought so many commons last year if he didn't have a plan. Having his own financial company and getting new legal counsel shows he does.
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Lime Time Lime Time 1 week ago
CIVX it looks good. We need company updates. The twitter/X account and maybe this week we get the updates.
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 1 week ago
Issuing new shares is considered a corporate action. CIVX issued 80M new shares in 2022/2023.

If what you're saying is true, why did FINRA allow this corporate action? Shouldn't be possible based on what you're saying.
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 1 week ago
If you didn't sell at .077 there isn't much anyone can help you with. At some point people need to take accountability.
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Stino2 Stino2 1 week ago
Hi Lo, go away, find a job.
You don’t have any CIVX stocks.
I have them since 2006
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
Agreed
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LCJR LCJR 1 week ago
.011 should be good for many to cash out, but you’ll have to be quick. I’ve already got my order in.

LCJR
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
Guy has failed at trading his entire life and now tries to be some guru activist that has only false accusations. Where were you at the last 4 years on all these stocks lol
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
You forgot the last part you dumbass
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
You provided nothing just copy and pasted pages
Yes. That's called documentation, you dolt.
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
You provided nothing just copy and pasted pages that you can’t even read yourself and have nothing to do with CIVX.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
I provide verifiable documentation. All you provide are lies.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
And GVSI ran to .077 huge gains.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=173788321

Just Sharp destroying people's lives.

Something doesn't add up here and more double-talk coming from you.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
Pink Current and all brokerages are trading it

Who cares who is trading CIVX in OTC Markets if it will never get a merger approved by the SEC.
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Lime Time Lime Time 1 week ago
Pink Current and all brokerages are trading it. Try to fight that with OTCM. You lose again and again.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
CIVX did what was needed to get Pink Current via OTCIQ and did it perfectly just like HQGE is about to do. Assets are coming next. You haven't a clue how to understand this stuff.

I guess financial law firms, investopedia, FINRA and the SEC don't understand this stuff either. LOL!!!

CIVX is Alt Reporting. Has nothing to do with SEC regulations and the SEC
That is such a bold-face lie.

https://www.finra.org/rules-guidance/rulebooks/finra-rules/6490

(3) Deficiency Determination

In circumstances where an SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action is deemed deficient, the Department may determine that it is necessary for the protection of investors, the public interest and to maintain fair and orderly markets, that documentation related to such SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action will not be processed. In instances where the Department makes such a deficiency determination, the request to process documentation related to the SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action, as applicable, will be closed, subject to paragraphs (d)(4) and (e) of this Rule. The Department shall make such deficiency determinations solely on the basis of one or more of the following factors: (1) FINRA staff reasonably believes the forms and all supporting documentation, in whole or in part, may not be complete, accurate or with proper authority; (2) the issuer is not current in its reporting requirements, if applicable, to the SEC or other regulatory authority; (3) FINRA has actual knowledge that the issuer, associated persons, officers, directors, transfer agent, legal adviser, promoters or other persons connected to the issuer or the SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action are the subject of a pending, adjudicated or settled regulatory action or investigation by a federal, state or foreign regulatory agency, or a self-regulatory organization; or a civil or criminal action related to fraud or securities laws violations; (4) a state, federal or foreign authority or self-regulatory organization has provided information to FINRA, or FINRA otherwise has actual knowledge indicating that the issuer, associated persons, officers, directors, transfer agent, legal adviser, promoters or other persons connected with the issuer or the SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action may be potentially involved in fraudulent activities related to the securities markets and/or pose a threat to public investors; and/or (5) there is significant uncertainty in the settlement and clearance process for the security.

https://bradshawlawgroup.com/reverse-mergers-a-basic-primer/

Conducting effective due diligence on the shell company is essential, as merging with a “dirty” shell (i.e., a shell whose management failed to follow proper SEC reporting procedures) could prove fatal for the private company.[13] In searching for “clean” shells, private companies should consider the shell’s number of stockholders, reporting record, and how and where it is listed.[14]

https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/how-finra-rule-6490-lmpacts-reverse-mergers-30567

HOW FINRA RULE 6490 lMPACTS REVERSE MERGERS

FINRA Rule 6490, has evolved since it was enacted over two years ago. For some time, FINRA has required that issuers provide expansive disclosures and supporting documentation not only for the corporate change subject to the notice but for the company’s entire corporate history from inception.

These disclosures are required of both SEC reporting and non-reporting issuers if they undertake corporate actions including reverse mergers. Compliance with Rule 6490's requirements is a minor task for companies going public by filing a registration statement with the SEC. Companies filing registration statements rarely have difficulties obtaining DTC eligibility unlike reverse merger issuers.

The public filings of companies who register with the SEC contain most of the supporting documentation required by Rule 6490.

It is no surprise that compliance with the requirements of Rule 6490 is less burdensome for companies going public using a registration statement because these companies have fewer corporate changes in their company history than companies engaging in reverse mergers. This is especially true for reverse merger issuers who undergo multiple changes of control and periods of inactivity.

The Problem with Reverse Mergers & Disclosure under Rule 6490

For companies that engage in reverse mergers as part of their going public transaction, compliance with Rule 6490's requirements can be impossible particularly when custodianship or receivership actions have been used by shell brokers to create public shells after years of inactivity. These companies may have multiple corporate actions related to prior changes of control and often have sketchy corporate histories. Some have even been hijacked through custodianship or receivership actions. In these circumstances, documents may be unavailable or if provided to FINRA, it could potentially result in FINRA referring the matter to the SEC’s Division of Enforcement.

These companies are almost always plagued with incomplete or fraudulent corporate records which make it extremely difficult for the post-reverse merger company to comply with FINRA Rule 6490. As a result, these companies may never get FINRA approval of the contemplated corporate action.

Rule 6490 Disclosures

Issuers must provide a cover letter disclosing the full corporate history for the issuer itemizing all material facts including every corporate change that has occurred from inception to present day.

Triggers for Review under FINRA RULE 6490

A FINRA review will be triggered if any of the five factors set forth in Rule 6490 are thought to be present:

• FINRA believes the forms are incomplete, inaccurate or filed without the appropriate corporate authority;

• The issuer is not current in its reporting obligations with the Securities and Exchange Commission;

• Persons involved in or related to the corporate action are the subject of pending or settled regulatory action or are under investigation by a regulatory body or are the subject of a pending criminal action related to fraud or securities law violations;

• Persons related to the corporate action are likely involved in fraudulent activities involving securities or may pose a threat to investors;

• There is significant uncertainty in the settlement and clearance process for the issuer’s securities.

Any company contemplating going public using a reverse merger must consider the potential impact Rule 6490 could have on its future corporate actions. Rule 6490 provides one more compelling reason why private companies seeking to go public should do so using a registration statement instead of a reverse merger.
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Lime Time Lime Time 1 week ago
Doesn't apply here. CIVX is Pink Current and completely compliant with OTC Markets. No corporate actions needed. Just acquisitions coming and you about to be the biggest loser.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
More proof CIVX is a dirty shell and a scam.

HOW FINRA RULE 6490 lMPACTS REVERSE MERGERS

https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/how-finra-rule-6490-lmpacts-reverse-mergers-30567

FINRA Rule 6490, has evolved since it was enacted over two years ago. For some time, FINRA has required that issuers provide expansive disclosures and supporting documentation not only for the corporate change subject to the notice but for the company’s entire corporate history from inception.

These disclosures are required of both SEC reporting and non-reporting issuers if they undertake corporate actions including reverse mergers. Compliance with Rule 6490's requirements is a minor task for companies going public by filing a registration statement with the SEC. Companies filing registration statements rarely have difficulties obtaining DTC eligibility unlike reverse merger issuers.

The public filings of companies who register with the SEC contain most of the supporting documentation required by Rule 6490.

It is no surprise that compliance with the requirements of Rule 6490 is less burdensome for companies going public using a registration statement because these companies have fewer corporate changes in their company history than companies engaging in reverse mergers. This is especially true for reverse merger issuers who undergo multiple changes of control and periods of inactivity.

The Problem with Reverse Mergers & Disclosure under Rule 6490

For companies that engage in reverse mergers as part of their going public transaction, compliance with Rule 6490's requirements can be impossible particularly when custodianship or receivership actions have been used by shell brokers to create public shells after years of inactivity. These companies may have multiple corporate actions related to prior changes of control and often have sketchy corporate histories. Some have even been hijacked through custodianship or receivership actions. In these circumstances, documents may be unavailable or if provided to FINRA, it could potentially result in FINRA referring the matter to the SEC’s Division of Enforcement.

These companies are almost always plagued with incomplete or fraudulent corporate records which make it extremely difficult for the post-reverse merger company to comply with FINRA Rule 6490. As a result, these companies may never get FINRA approval of the contemplated corporate action.

Rule 6490 Disclosures

Issuers must provide a cover letter disclosing the full corporate history for the issuer itemizing all material facts including every corporate change that has occurred from inception to present day.

Triggers for Review under FINRA RULE 6490

A FINRA review will be triggered if any of the five factors set forth in Rule 6490 are thought to be present:

• FINRA believes the forms are incomplete, inaccurate or filed without the appropriate corporate authority;

• The issuer is not current in its reporting obligations with the Securities and Exchange Commission;

• Persons involved in or related to the corporate action are the subject of pending or settled regulatory action or are under investigation by a regulatory body or are the subject of a pending criminal action related to fraud or securities law violations;

• Persons related to the corporate action are likely involved in fraudulent activities involving securities or may pose a threat to investors;

• There is significant uncertainty in the settlement and clearance process for the issuer’s securities.

Any company contemplating going public using a reverse merger must consider the potential impact Rule 6490 could have on its future corporate actions. Rule 6490 provides one more compelling reason why private companies seeking to go public should do so using a registration statement instead of a reverse merger.

https://bradshawlawgroup.com/reverse-mergers-a-basic-primer/

Conducting effective due diligence on the shell company is essential, as merging with a “dirty” shell (i.e., a shell whose management failed to follow proper SEC reporting procedures) could prove fatal for the private company.[13] In searching for “clean” shells, private companies should consider the shell’s number of stockholders, reporting record, and how and where it is listed.[14]
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
That’s the plan 🚀
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Lime Time Lime Time 1 week ago
Yep. Sell it at .01 or more once the volume starts coming in 🚀
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
I’m in once the updates start rolling in we are on the road to multi pennies! 🚀
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Lime Time Lime Time 1 week ago
Safest investment here. Can never reverse split. Pink Current and fully Alternate Reporting compliant. This is what experienced traders put money into. Cheap now Wow!
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
Bashers are desperate to spread false information and assumptions yet this guys hasn’t spoken a word of this stock before last month. Bro running out of ideas
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
Love it CIVX to the moon🚀🚀🚀
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
Pumpers here are desperate to spread false information so as not to let the truth out.

Cavan has not verfiably denied that the company consultant Christopher Martinez - the indicted and FINRA banned ex-broker and financial advisor and consultant is not the consultant for the company.

This scammer has the same name, was a broker before getting banned by FINRA and was/is also a financial advisor and consultant.

Christopher Martinez who is CIVX's "consultant" is a shyster unless proven otherwise with documentation by Cavan.

https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CIVX/profile





https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&opi=89978449&url=https://files.brokercheck.finra.org/individual/individual_4072355.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwjA-9CQot6GAxVj4MkDHW3DDx0QFnoECB8QAQ&usg=AOvVaw0PGAqtt2DEJXJ5Q_H6hCAm



Why is there no direct link to an actual verifiable post from Cavan about Christopher Martinez, the company consultant not being that indicted, FINRA banned consultant?

Especially with all the lies being spread by pumpers on this board.

The so-called denial was from an email screenshot that can be easily altered.

Sorry but a so-called denial in a screenshot and not the actual post doesn't cut it.

Cavan stated:

He's been the CEO/Owner of multiple companies that he took to the OTCQB and has advised others that have gone as far as the NASDAQ.

Then why doesn't Cavan list these companies Christopher Martinez was CEO for and the companies he's consulted for so that people can do proper DD?

Penny stock CEOs often lie so that the cat doesn't get out of the bag. I've seen it many, many times...especially with all the regulatory problems this stock has.

Unless documented verifiable proof with a direct link to information about the company consultant can be verified, it should not be believed.

No merger coming for CIVX per SEC/FINRA regulations...no matter what the CEO of a penny stock company pumps in a press release to promote his company.
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Tomorrowneverknows Tomorrowneverknows 1 week ago
Excellent post
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
And CIVX must also follow not only all SEC regulations concerning mergers, it must also follow FINRA Rule 6490 which CIVX is in violation of because of its 13 years of missing financials without a Form 15.

And the fact that CIVX doesn't have a Form 10 registration statement makes CIVX's predicament even worse.

FINRA Rule 6490:

https://www.finra.org/rules-guidance/rulebooks/finra-rules/6490

(3) Deficiency Determination

In circumstances where an SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action is deemed deficient, the Department may determine that it is necessary for the protection of investors, the public interest and to maintain fair and orderly markets, that documentation related to such SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action will not be processed. In instances where the Department makes such a deficiency determination, the request to process documentation related to the SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action, as applicable, will be closed, subject to paragraphs (d)(4) and (e) of this Rule. The Department shall make such deficiency determinations solely on the basis of one or more of the following factors: (1) FINRA staff reasonably believes the forms and all supporting documentation, in whole or in part, may not be complete, accurate or with proper authority; (2) the issuer is not current in its reporting requirements, if applicable, to the SEC or other regulatory authority; (3) FINRA has actual knowledge that the issuer, associated persons, officers, directors, transfer agent, legal adviser, promoters or other persons connected to the issuer or the SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action are the subject of a pending, adjudicated or settled regulatory action or investigation by a federal, state or foreign regulatory agency, or a self-regulatory organization; or a civil or criminal action related to fraud or securities laws violations; (4) a state, federal or foreign authority or self-regulatory organization has provided information to FINRA, or FINRA otherwise has actual knowledge indicating that the issuer, associated persons, officers, directors, transfer agent, legal adviser, promoters or other persons connected with the issuer or the SEA Rule 10b-17 Action or Other Company-Related Action may be potentially involved in fraudulent activities related to the securities markets and/or pose a threat to public investors; and/or (5) there is significant uncertainty in the settlement and clearance process for the security.

https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/how-finra-rule-6490-lmpacts-reverse-mergers-30567

HOW FINRA RULE 6490 lMPACTS REVERSE MERGERS

FINRA Rule 6490, has evolved since it was enacted over two years ago. For some time, FINRA has required that issuers provide expansive disclosures and supporting documentation not only for the corporate change subject to the notice but for the company’s entire corporate history from inception.

These disclosures are required of both SEC reporting and non-reporting issuers if they undertake corporate actions including reverse mergers. Compliance with Rule 6490's requirements is a minor task for companies going public by filing a registration statement with the SEC. Companies filing registration statements rarely have difficulties obtaining DTC eligibility unlike reverse merger issuers.

The public filings of companies who register with the SEC contain most of the supporting documentation required by Rule 6490.

It is no surprise that compliance with the requirements of Rule 6490 is less burdensome for companies going public using a registration statement because these companies have fewer corporate changes in their company history than companies engaging in reverse mergers. This is especially true for reverse merger issuers who undergo multiple changes of control and periods of inactivity.

The Problem with Reverse Mergers & Disclosure under Rule 6490

For companies that engage in reverse mergers as part of their going public transaction, compliance with Rule 6490's requirements can be impossible particularly when custodianship or receivership actions have been used by shell brokers to create public shells after years of inactivity. These companies may have multiple corporate actions related to prior changes of control and often have sketchy corporate histories. Some have even been hijacked through custodianship or receivership actions. In these circumstances, documents may be unavailable or if provided to FINRA, it could potentially result in FINRA referring the matter to the SEC’s Division of Enforcement.

These companies are almost always plagued with incomplete or fraudulent corporate records which make it extremely difficult for the post-reverse merger company to comply with FINRA Rule 6490. As a result, these companies may never get FINRA approval of the contemplated corporate action.

Rule 6490 Disclosures

Issuers must provide a cover letter disclosing the full corporate history for the issuer itemizing all material facts including every corporate change that has occurred from inception to present day.

Triggers for Review under FINRA RULE 6490

A FINRA review will be triggered if any of the five factors set forth in Rule 6490 are thought to be present:

• FINRA believes the forms are incomplete, inaccurate or filed without the appropriate corporate authority;

• The issuer is not current in its reporting obligations with the Securities and Exchange Commission;

• Persons involved in or related to the corporate action are the subject of pending or settled regulatory action or are under investigation by a regulatory body or are the subject of a pending criminal action related to fraud or securities law violations;

• Persons related to the corporate action are likely involved in fraudulent activities involving securities or may pose a threat to investors;

• There is significant uncertainty in the settlement and clearance process for the issuer’s securities.

Any company contemplating going public using a reverse merger must consider the potential impact Rule 6490 could have on its future corporate actions. Rule 6490 provides one more compelling reason why private companies seeking to go public should do so using a registration statement instead of a reverse merger.

https://bradshawlawgroup.com/reverse-mergers-a-basic-primer/

Conducting effective due diligence on the shell company is essential, as merging with a “dirty” shell (i.e., a shell whose management failed to follow proper SEC reporting procedures) could prove fatal for the private company.[13] In searching for “clean” shells, private companies should consider the shell’s number of stockholders, reporting record, and how and where it is listed.[14]
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
So, your saying the Form 15 filed on 11/19/2008, relieves Tspn/Hmbl from its financial obligations to merge on December 3, 2020??!!
Yes. For the missing financials. And I see missing financials from 2016 and 2017.

There is no way the SEC will allow 13 years of missing financials without a Form 15 filing which CIVX does not have.

Which is possible, even though it's missing financial records, Imo due to Coustodianship and being a Non Sec reporting entity.

It is NOT possible. It doesn't matter that CIVX isn't registered with the SEC.

The SEC also doesn't care about OTC Markets pink current or alternate reporting standards. It has it's own regulations that trump anything done in OTC Markets level.

CIVX is a publicly traded company and MUST follow all SEC regulations concerning mergers and CIVX doesn't qualify.

CIVX must be registered with the SEC through a Form S-4 (or Form 10) which CIVX can't do because of its 13 years of missing financials with no Form 15, making it SEC delinquent and in violation of FINRA Rule 6490.

https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=8880161&guid=4lO-kanF-sRSJth

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/sec-form-s-4.asp#:~:text=Companies%20file%20this%20form%20to,remain%20compliant%20with%20financial%20regulators.

SEC Form S-4: Definition, Purpose, and Filing Requirements

By 
WILL KENTON

Updated January 22, 2024

Reviewed by 
CHARLENE RHINEHART

Part of the Series
Guide to Mergers and Acquisitions

What Is SEC Form S-4?

SEC Form S-4 is filed by a publicly traded company with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). SEC Form S-4 is required to register any material information related to a merger or an acquisition. The form is also filed by companies undergoing an exchange offer, where securities are offered in place of cash. There are some key details that companies must include on the form, including their registered name and the area where they are incorporated.

KEY TAKEAWAYS:

• SEC Form S-4 is filed by a publicly traded company to register any material information related to a merger, acquisition, or stock offering.

• The SEC requires that Form S-4 contain information regarding the terms of the transaction, risk factors, ratios, pro-forma financial information, and material contracts with the company being acquired.

• Companies seeking a hostile takeover of another company must file form S-4 in the interests of public disclosure.

Understanding SEC Form S-4

SEC Form S-4 is known as the Registration Statement under the Securities Exchange Act of 1933. Public or reporting companies must submit Form S-4 to the SEC whenever they are involved in a merger, acquisition, or stock exchange offer. The SEC reviews the information to ensure that the transaction is legal and able to proceed.

For merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions, the SEC requires that Form S-4 contain information regarding several factors, including the:

• Terms of the transaction

• Risk factors

• Ratio of earnings to fixed charges and other ratios

• pro-forma financial information

• Material contracts with the company being acquired

• Additional information required for reoffering by persons and parties deemed to be underwriters

• Interests of named experts and counsel

When completing SEC Form S-4, a company must include its registered name, jurisidiction of incorporation, classification code number, employer identification number (EIN), address and names of the principal executive officers, and the name and details of the service agent. Other details include the date of the proposed sale and the company's filer status.1

M&A activity happens when companies want to expend, unite efforts, move into new segments, or maximize stakeholder value. After the transaction is complete, new shares are distributed to the shareholders of both merging companies. An exchange offer usually happens in bankruptcy cases, when a firm or financial entity exchanges securities for similar ones at less rigid terms.

SEC Form S-4.

Special Considerations

All mergers require SEC Form S-4 filing. For example, here are five typical types of mergers:

• Conglomerate Mergers: These mergers involve two unrelated companies in terms of business who join to expand their current markets.

• Congeneric Mergers: In this type of merger, the companies occupy the same market. The merger creates efficiencies or economies of scale because the companies may use the same raw materials, technology, and research and development (R&D) processes.

• Market Extension Mergers: The companies that are merging may have similar products operating in different markets. The goal for all parties is to expand into new markets.

• Horizontal Mergers: The merging parties are competitors within the same industry. The goal of the merger is to expand market share.

• Vertical Mergers: Vertical mergers occur for supply chain reasons. One company is typically a supplier to the other, and the merger reduces the costs of the final product.

The Securities Exchange Act of 1933, often referred to as the truth in securities law, requires that these registration forms provide essential facts and are filed to disclose important information upon registration of a company's securities.


What Do Companies Use SEC Form S-4?

Companies must file Form S-4 with the Securities and Exchange Commission whenever they are about to go through a merger or acquisition transaction. It is also used to alert the financial regulator when companies tender a stock offering. For instance, they must file the form when they offer securities in place of cash. The SEC uses the form to determine the legality of the transaction.

Where Do You File SEC Form S-4?

SEC Form S-4 is filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Companies file this form to register information about mergers, acquisitions, or stock offerings with the regulator.

Do All Mergers Require an SEC Form S-4 Filing?

Yes, all mergers that involve public companies require the filing of an SEC Form S-4. Types of mergers include conglomerate, congeneric, market extension, horizontal, and vertical mergers. The SEC uses the information provided to ensure that the transaction is permitted.

The Bottom Line

Public companies in the United States are required to submit regular filings to remain compliant with financial regulators. They must also submit forms whenever there are key changes in their businesses. SEC Form S-4 is completed and filed with the SEC whenever companies undergo a merger or acquisition[/b[, including a hostile takeover. It must also be used if a company makes a stock offering, such as the exchange of securities for cash.
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Ribo Ribo 1 week ago
So, your saying the Form 15 filed on 11/19/2008, relieves Tspn/Hmbl from its financial obligations to merge on December 3, 2020??!!
Even though its missing financial records from 11/16/2015 to 12/31/2018, reported on 10/27/2020.

The R/S & current share price of Tspn/Hmbl is not in debate!!!

All that Civx shareholders care about is the merger!!!

Which is possible, even though it's missing financial records, Imo due to Coustodianship and being a Non Sec reporting entity.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
Tspn/Hmbl was able to merge going through a Coustodianship with 3yrs of missing financial records, than they uplisted to Pinkqb.
And it was reverse split into oblivion when it changed from GRDO to HMBL.

TSNP/HMBL also filed a Form 15 with the SEC on 11/19/2008 relieving it of reporting requirements for those missing financials.

Where is CIVX's Form 15?

https://www.sec.gov/edgar/browse/?CIK=1961378

It doesn't exist.

And where is HMBL's price now? 0.0004.

A lot of good the merger ultimately did for that stock.

TSNP/HMBL was just another massively hyped and very well coordinated pump and dump.

CIVX will never be able to get any corporate actions approved by the SEC/FINRA because it has 13 years of missing financials and never filed a Form 15 relieving it of its reporting obligations.

CIVX is a dead stock.
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Ribo Ribo 1 week ago
Compare Gvsi to Tspn/Hmbl to Civx.

Tspn/Hmbl was able to merge going through a Coustodianship with 3yrs of missing financial records, than they uplisted to Pinkqb.

Imo Civx, will be able merge after filing form 4.

Civx is a non Sec filing entity which means , Imo they are not required to file the missing financials,
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 1 week ago
No proof to any of this.
I've provided plenty of proof with verifiable links to investopedia articles, financial law firm articles, FINRA articles, OTC Markets data and screen captures to prove the horrible regulatory problems CIVX has.

The pumpers here have distorted and lied about me and the information I've posted and to try to bury the information so as to protect their scamming pump and dump tactics.

But I will continue to post this information and more to warn new investors not to throw their money away on this garbage stock.

Don't fall for the pump and dump being attempted by certain posters here.

.0001 coming soon for CIVX since it will never be able to get any corporate actions approved by the SEC/FINRA which means there will never be a merger.
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 1 week ago
No proof to any of this. Go ahead and do another copy and paste to this.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 2 weeks ago
We still riding to .05 like GVSI did thanks for confirming

In your dreams pehaps but not in reality. CIVX will never get to .05 let alone .001 again since that only happened to GVSI because it was part of a massive coordinated online pump and dump scheme encompassing several websites that pumped the hell out of it. Even the CEO criticized the pump and dump. And I didn't confirm anything you liar.

And its is cleaner
They are both dirty shells. But CIVX is dirtier because it has 13 years of missing financials compared to GVSI's 5 years of missing financials.

And they both have the same regulatory problems.

Look at GVSI's collapse as a precursor to what will happen here since they both have the same regulatory problems.
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