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

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FelixOTC FelixOTC 1 hour ago
Come on people. Stop engaging with the bashers.
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demonsmith demonsmith 1 hour ago
I'm buying more next week just transfer funds
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 2 hours ago
That won't happen here.

I bet you were screaming that on GVSI chat too.

The opposite always happens when hi_lo is around.

When he starts pumping RUN!
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 2 hours ago
CIVX is in violation of FINRA Rule 6490

That's a lie.

The SEC accepted their shell request in 2023 indicating the SEC accepted the Reverse Merger.

A shell company is defined as follows: Rule 12b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 defines a shell company as a company that has: (A) no or nominal operations; and, (B) either, (1) no or nominal assets: (2) assets consisting solely of cash and cash equivalents; or, (C) assets consisting of any amount of cash and cash equivalents and nominal other assets. The Company believes that it is no longer a shell company

Corporate Action Reverse Merger:
A unique variation is the reverse merger, where a privately held company acquires a publicly traded company, generally one that's struggling. Through this transaction, the private company essentially becomes public, sidestepping the cumbersome process of undertaking an initial public offering. Afterward, it may rebrand itself **and** **issue new shares.**

ISSUE NEW SHARES:
CIVX diluted 80M shares in 2023 before the owner passed away indicating new shares were issued.

Therefore a corporate action tooK place.

FINRA clearly does not agree CIVX violates rule 6490.
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 2 hours ago
That won't happen here.

I bet you said that about GVSI too!

Great sign for CIVX.

The more Hi_li bashes the higher the stock goes.
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Backstabbed Backstabbed 2 hours ago
I am shocked that some are actually bid whacking at $0.0007
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 2 hours ago
-22.22%

Down it goes again.

The cat is getting out of the bag about this stock scam and the scammer "consultant."

.0001 coming soon!

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

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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 2 hours ago
Don't forget that the new custodian of $GVSI was George Sharp who had a hand in the rise of TSNP. Imo, that played a role in the rise of the pps there
Yup. Sharp's pumping lies and an army of pumpers was the reason for that price rise.

That definitely won't be happening here.
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 3 hours ago
.05 coming lift off. Same thing Hi Lo did with GVSI and it mooned to .05+. 🚀🚀
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Major Profits Major Profits 3 hours ago
Don't forget that the new custodian of $GVSI was George Sharp who had a hand in the rise of TSNP. Imo, that played a role in the rise of the pps there.

GLTA
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 4 hours ago
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.

CIVX is in violation of FINRA Rule 6490 because of its missing financials and all publicly traded stocks need to conform with FINRA Rule 6490.

There is a huge gap of missing financials from 2008 - 2020 which means CIVX is in violation of FINRA Rule 6490 which will prevent CIVX from getting any corporate actions such as a merger approved by SEC/FINRA. The same thing caused GVSI's catastrophic collapse. Look at that ticker as a good example of what will happen here.

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



More proof CIVX is a dirty shell and a scam.

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]

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.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 4 hours ago
Pumpers here are desperate to spread false information so as not to let the truth out.

Cavan has not 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.

Expert Market and .0001 no bid coming soon for this scam.

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.

Just a screenshot that can be easily altered.

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

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 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.
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 5 hours ago
True this is very good sign odds are even greater reaching .05 with that comparison to GVSI by Hi_Lo
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 11 hours ago
But you spotted GVSI early and were telling everyone about how bad it was and it still went to .05.

That won't happen here.

The regulatory problems and malfeasance concerning GVSI was spotted while GVSI was in expert market in the middle of Canadian pumpers hyping that garbage. Canadians pumped away for about a year. That along with an army of American pumpers and scammers allowed it to go that high. That's why it hit .04. Then it crashed on the scam merger failure.

I'll be posting my research about the CIVX scam with here with documentation daily.

Expert Market and .0001 no bid coming soon for this CIVX scam.

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



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.

CIVX is in violation of FINRA Rule 6490 because of its missing financials and all publicly traded stocks need to conform with FINRA Rule 6490.

There is a huge gap of missing financials from 2008 - 2020 which means CIVX is in violation of FINRA Rule 6490 which will prevent CIVX from getting any corporate actions such as a merger approved by SEC/FINRA. The same thing caused GVSI's catastrophic collapse. Look at that ticker as a good example of what will happen here.

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



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]

Cheers!
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 11 hours ago
But you spotted GVSI early and were telling everyone about how bad it was and it still went to .05.

It's a good sign for CIVX.
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demonsmith demonsmith 14 hours ago
0.05 here we come
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Backstabbed Backstabbed 14 hours ago
Nice post
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 14 hours ago
If it goes to .05 like GVIS it's a win for everyone.
But it won't because CIVX is a regulatory disaster. And unlike GVSI, it was spotted early.
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 15 hours ago
.05 here we come CIVX
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 15 hours ago
True that sir!
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Tomorrowneverknows Tomorrowneverknows 16 hours ago
Amen to that …
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 16 hours ago
Yup!
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 16 hours ago
CC is a winner. Looking good here.
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 16 hours ago
If it goes to .05 like GVIS it's a win for everyone.

Lock and load baby!
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 16 hours ago
You keep blathering the same lie every day.

I'm not the one lying. You are.
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Tomuggly313 Tomuggly313 16 hours ago
I received the same email. He came off very confident in his email like he has something big going on. He's very knowledgeable and not your typical otc ceo. We are in very good hands. $CIVX
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Tomorrowneverknows Tomorrowneverknows 16 hours ago
I agree book it
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TRADER99 TRADER99 17 hours ago
...and Cavan just took on new legal counsel. Timing feels right
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TRADER99 TRADER99 17 hours ago
I just sense through his emails he has already found a target.
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Tomorrowneverknows Tomorrowneverknows 17 hours ago
I like this guy
Cavan going to make us some money....
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Lime Time Lime Time 18 hours ago
Bottom is in. Can't wait for this to run hard to pennies 🚀
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Tomorrowneverknows Tomorrowneverknows 18 hours ago
yep ...besides he rinse and repeats the same vebiage on multiple stocks hoping his BS will actually stick to a stock...
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demonsmith demonsmith 19 hours ago
Expert market is not going to happen there are pink current with all filling in
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Tomorrowneverknows Tomorrowneverknows 19 hours ago
He knows what he is doing we are going to make some $$$ on this one
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Tomorrowneverknows Tomorrowneverknows 19 hours ago
Exactly
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 19 hours ago
Nope. Just warning newbies.
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Tomuggly313 Tomuggly313 19 hours ago
Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.

-Mark Twain
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IAmTopG IAmTopG 19 hours ago
What is your stake on this? Why put so much effort for something you are not investing? Are you trying to scare ppl so you can get in cheaper?
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
That is NOT a denial. He's simply side-stepping the question and evidence that the company consultant - Christopher Martinez - is a scammer.

...and again - no verifiable proof that Christopher Martinez, the indicted and FINRA banned broker, financial advisor and consultant is not the company consultant.

.Expert Market and .0001 no bid coming soon for this scam.

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

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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
George Sharp ($GVSI) was able to accomplish a few things without FINRA
But not the merger which failed miserably because of it's missing financials.

GVSI is also Alternate Reporting just like CIVX with the same (actually worse because in this case there are 14 years of missing financials as opposed to 6 years of missing financials for GVSI) problems.

Both tickers as far as the SEC (who approves corporate actions such as a merger) is concerned, are dead.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
The SEC deemed CIVX a non shell in 2022. The SEC looked at all available history and deemed CIVX was in good standing.
You keep blathering the same lie every day.

The SEC/FINRA has not looked at CIVX's history because it hasn't applied for a reverse merger corporate action approval from the SEC/FINRA yet.

It's obvious you either don't understand how SEC Form 10 Registration and corporate action approvals work or you are lying to just to pump.
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FelixOTC FelixOTC 21 hours ago
Beautiful! Now to wait for the pr about merging company.
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TRADER99 TRADER99 21 hours ago
Cavan replied... $CIVX 👀👇 pic.twitter.com/JsCW5iYwMT— 𝖳𝖱𝖠𝖣𝖤𝖱99 (@pennytrader99) June 20, 2024
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Tomuggly313 Tomuggly313 21 hours ago
DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 22 hours ago
GVSI reached .05 even with all the BS you posted about it.

Looking good having you hear posting about CIVX. .05 guaranteed with your bashing.

Thanks. 👍🏻
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 22 hours ago
George Sharp ($GVSI) was able to accomplish a few things without FINRA

So what you're saying is CIVX is going to hit .02 before it all crashes? I'm good with that. 👍🏻
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 22 hours ago
The SEC deemed CIVX a non shell in 2022. The SEC looked at all available history and deemed CIVX was in good standing.

That is proof enough that CIVX is good to go with the RM.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 22 hours ago
Great post.

Pumper scammers here are lying to try to make money with this regulatory disaster.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 22 hours ago
Perfect time to average down get them cheaper
That's another pumper scammer tactic.

When the price goes up it's a great thing because they're making "bank."

When the price goes down it's a great thing because they can "average down."

So they make it sound like there's no way to lose with the stock which is complete bullshit.

CIVX will never get a merger because it's a regulatory disaster!
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demonsmith demonsmith 23 hours ago
Perfect time to average down get them cheaper
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