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CTR Investments and Consulting Inc New (PK)

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

0.0008
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Updated: 13:07:38

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Current Price
0.0008
Bid
0.0008
Ask
0.0009
Volume
2,295,803
0.0008 Day's Range 0.0009
0.0001 52 Week Range 0.0012
Previous Close
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Open
0.0008
Last Trade
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Last Trade Time
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Average Volume (3m)
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Financial Volume
$ 1,838
VWAP
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120.00077000.00010.00120.000156433680.00080744CS
260.00077000.00010.00120.000153202790.000545CS
520.0005166.6666666670.00030.00120.000141744210.00047241CS
156-0.00575-87.7862595420.006550.01360.000188111270.00367391CS
2600.000799799001.0E-60.01361.0E-6110700070.00306704CS

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CIVX Discussion

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IAmTopG IAmTopG 13 minutes ago
Basically at 001 I am down 75pct
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IAmTopG IAmTopG 14 minutes ago
Good. I have been holding for 2 yrs and k
It goes down I am getting morew anticipation for run.My ave is 004
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LCJR LCJR 24 minutes ago
They don’t do it for free. They’re assigned a ticker and they start the games.

LCJR
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Lime Time Lime Time 1 hour ago
Going up bigtime. Huge accumulations
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FelixOTC FelixOTC 1 hour ago
We need to stop engaging with them. They get paid every time. Put them on ignore and buy your shares for when the merger is announced!
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TPasz043 TPasz043 2 hours ago
Wow, the bashers are out strong today! I’m amazed and impressed that people who claim to not own a stock, are so concerned and take so much time to post about that stock, over and over and over and over and over and over again. A few of you made your points and those points have been read and evaluated. Now politely move on to your next mission and stop bashing something that someone else owns…..pretty please with a clean shell on it.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 2 hours ago
Down it goes...just like I said.

CIVX will never get a merger approved by the SEC because of the missing financials and the Christopher Martinez consultant scammer issue has not been addressed satisfactorily by Cavan.

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



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 2 hours ago
Yes, please do. Since the owner died, it makes sense they became a shell again. Hence CC looking for another RM.


A reverse merger that will never happen because CIVX has no Form 10 Registration, has 14 years of missing financials, never submitted a Form 15 and is in violation of FINRA Rule 6490.
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Major Profits Major Profits 3 hours ago
"The shell removal of 2022 is proof that you're lying."
No, I don't think it is. From what I've gathered not everything is deemed a "Corporate Action".

Here are some examples of "Corporate Actions":

https://www.investopedia.com/articles/03/081303.asp

Dividend Payments, Mergers and Acquisitions, Spinoff, Name/Symbol Change, Liquidation.

George Sharp ($GVSI) was able to accomplish a few things without FINRA such as cancelling shares, becoming debt free and obtained a name change at the STATE level with, seemingly, no problems. But when it came to a FINRA application for a ticker/name change, that was different.

https://www.finra.org/investors/insights/FAQ-MMTLP-corporate-action-and-trading-halt#:~:text=In%20contrast%2C%20when%20a%20company,a%20notification%20about%20the%20corporate
...when a company decides to engage in a corporate action that affects an unlisted security that trades in the over-the-counter (OTC) market, federal law requires that the company submit notice of the corporate action to FINRA, and FINRA reviews the submission and publishes a notification about the corporate action to the marketplace (unless the submission is deemed deficient by FINRA).
Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see this ticker (with the years of missing financials) as too much different than the "problems" $GVSI has. Time will tell. But do your own DD on this.

JMOs (and not going to argue this).

GLTA
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 3 hours ago
Yes…no…yes…no…yes
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uptick1000 uptick1000 3 hours ago
I do not drink nor do drugs....but thanks
what do you think about the corporate action...yes or no...
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 3 hours ago
Okay have a nice day 😘
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 3 hours ago
lol are you coked out
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uptick1000 uptick1000 3 hours ago
No corporate action can be taken.....yes corporate action can be taken..
Take care
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 3 hours ago
Sorry not going to look through your profile but I’m proud of you 👏
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uptick1000 uptick1000 3 hours ago
I forgot to mention No corporate action can be taken.....Yes corporate action can be taken...
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uptick1000 uptick1000 3 hours ago
ding dong your wrong.... check my profile what I was trading in 2020 ..LOL...u will get a better picture.....
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uptick1000 uptick1000 3 hours ago
nearly two weeks of back and forth here...No corporate action can be taken.....yes corporate action can be taken....No I said no corporate action can be taken....Yes corporate action can be taken..... Big Merger coming in.....No corporate action can be taken....I said yes it can be taken....big Merger coming in .....at least vxit is exciting now.....No corporate action can be taken...yes corporate action can be taken....big merger 05 coming....
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 3 hours ago
Must be your first time in the OTC
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uptick1000 uptick1000 3 hours ago
big merger coming ...back down to 0007 on the bid....Crickets from the company
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 3 hours ago
I like the strong community us CIVXers are creating and not backing down from the early bashers
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 3 hours ago
I haven't lied and back up what I say with verifiable documentation.

The shell removal of 2022 is proof that you're lying.

The SEC accepted CIVX shell removal in 2022 showing they were in good standing.

After the CEO died, of course they became a shell again. The company died with him. CC took over and is now looking for a new RM.
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 3 hours ago
#OTCSET

#OTCSETwatchlist includes a few old Frank tickers that are currently looking to have more of a pulse than any of them have had in years. $ILST $CIVX and $ICNM all have lovely looking potential. For as long as I'm discussed the idea of this Special Event Theory I've stated I…— Professor Brainiac (@ChartDiligence) June 20, 2024
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FelixOTC FelixOTC 3 hours ago
Sell and move on if you’re so impatient
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 4 hours ago
I encourage everyone to look up the CURRENT shell designation

Yes, please do. Since the owner died, it makes sense they became a shell again. Hence CC looking for another RM.

You're just proving my right.

The point for looking up the shell removal in 2022 is to prove you're lying with your constant posting of past history filing.

The SEC accepted their shell removal proving their filings and status were good and there is nothing to worry about. :)
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uptick1000 uptick1000 4 hours ago
Another day with no news and no volume....yippee
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tradedays1224 tradedays1224 5 hours ago
Merger soon then 🚀
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demonsmith demonsmith 5 hours ago
Merger coming soon
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 5 hours ago
Merger coming soon per press release
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.

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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demonsmith demonsmith 6 hours ago
Merger coming soon per press release
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demonsmith demonsmith 6 hours ago
Good morning
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 6 hours ago
I've got you several times lying.
I haven't lied and back up what I say with verifiable documentation.

And I just proved that you lied twice in one post. First about CIVX not being a shell, and second about FINRA not caring about CIVX's missing financials.

.and let's not forget this additional lying pump trying to convince people that the merger was already completed.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174624172

The merger has already been completed.

Another blatant lie that can also easily be refuted.

Date: June 12, 2024 09:42 ET:

https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2024/06/12/2897631/0/en/CTR-Investments-Consulting-Inc-Updated-Status-to-Current-OTC-Pink-Sheet-Plans-for-OTCQB-Listing.html

Company is Seeking Strong Merger Candidate
The Company is currently seeking a Strong Merger Candidate for an OTCQB Listing
We plan to find the right fit for CIVX

So CIVX is a shell tvat has missing financials (with no Form 15) which violate FINRA Rule 6490 and will prevent CIVX from getting a Form 10 Registeation approved by the SEC, which means there will be no corporate action approval from the SEC/FINRA and the merger hasn't yet happened as the above lying pumper is trying to convince people to try to make money. That's three back to back lies in the same day.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 7 hours ago
I encourage everyone to look up the shell removal request in 2022. It was accepted. That should've been impossible based on what hi_lo is saying. It proves the
I encourage everyone to look up the CURRENT shell designation on OTC Markets and not an outdated and old shell removal request from a two year old outdated 2022 press release which is no longer valid that a lying pumper is trying to push to make money.

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



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



CIVX is a shell no matter what an outdated press release says about a shell designation removal from two years ago which clearly is no longer the case and is being pushed by a pumper to try to make money.

Therefore, the 14 year gap is a non issue

That is another lie bring pushed by the same lying pumper trying to make money.

This is what two corporate finance law firms have to say about shells that have missing financials (the following holds true for both shell and non-shell companies - Rule 6490 applies to all publicly traded companies).

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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Lime Time Lime Time 18 hours ago
Yes da buys are coming in banjeet we are going to da moon banjeet
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Lime Time Lime Time 19 hours ago
It's fully compliant Alternative Reporting. Are you out of your senses? Can you not comprehend this ticker.
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 19 hours ago
And the bearish/shorter playbook is

"Sell me your shares cheaper than their worth"

I've got you several times lying.
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Market Makers Exist Market Makers Exist 19 hours ago
An official 2022 shell removal request uploaded to OTC markets and accepted by the SEC is a PR? Lol. You're not even doing your homework.

I encourage everyone to look up the shell removal request in 2022. It was accepted. That should've been impossible based on what hi_lo is saying. It proves the

SEC APPROVED CIVX IN 2022. Therefore, the 14 year gap is a non issue.

You're failing your bearish tribe. Do your research before posting.
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Lime Time Lime Time 19 hours ago
It's Alternate reporting standard and is in compliance so all of your verifiability goes out the window. It's gonna rip bigtime

You are the dumbest trader out there. Everyone bought CIVX at a low price except for you.
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Lime Time Lime Time 20 hours ago
It's Pink Current and about to trade a lot of shares. I'll dump mine to you at .05, dipshit 😆
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
It just got Alternative Standard Compliant
...and CIVX is still delinquent with the SEC because of 14 years of missing financials, in violation of FINRA Rule 6490 and a restiction on SEC/FINRA corporate action approvals.

I haven't any care about any stocks today.
More lies since you keep posting today.
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Lime Time Lime Time 20 hours ago
It just got Alternative Standard Compliant and is quoted again ,so it's gonna run. They always do.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
I haven't any care about any stocks today.
Then why are you posting on a stock message board today?

CIVX won't have a run because of all of its regulatory problems like 14 years of missing financials without filing a Form 15, being in violation of FINRA Rule 6490 and a restiction on any corporate actions because of the missing financials.
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demonsmith demonsmith 20 hours ago
You ready to buy more tomorrow with me
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
Living life retired at 42 it's fun.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=172516955

It's Friday, payday. I add here every pay day. I'll smack it at 3pm et

So which is it? Are you retired at 42 or are you still working and collecting pay on payday?

But we all know you are a liar.

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]
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Lime Time Lime Time 20 hours ago
That's exactly why I was out toobin and river swimming. Living life retired at 42 it's fun. It's 96 degrees out and I haven't any care about any stocks today. But CIVX is about to have a big run.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
Goodass buys today
The stock market is closed today for Juneteenth celebration pumper.

But we all already know you are a liar.

Just like your posts are all scams, CIVX is a shell scam with no future because of 14 years of missing financials, being in violation of FINRA rule 6490, no Form 10 registration and having a SEC restriction on its corporate actions.

Back to Expert Market and .0001 no bid soon.
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
At some point you have to trust CC is telling the truth.
Absolutely not! That's the CEO pumper/scammer playbook.

"Give me your money and trust me."

LOL!!!
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Lime Time Lime Time 20 hours ago
New business direction coming CIVX.

You dolt 😆 😅 🤣
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Hi_Lo Hi_Lo 20 hours ago
Further proof of your lies. This proves the SEC accepted CIVX as a non-shell. If your statements were true, the SEC would've denied their shell status removal.

The press release you are pushing is a bit dated...
Effective April 27, 2022

LOL!!!

More lies.

Plus a press release from a company is not "proof" of anything. Like I said before, many penny stock CEOs lie to promote their stock.

And CIVX is still a shell, no matter what you or the CEO says.

This is CURRENT information.

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



It's funny how pumpers keep posting i fo that is easily refuted.
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Lime Time Lime Time 20 hours ago
Goodass buys today, I've been out river toobin, we about to hit the .002s soon wow what a good stock here 🚀
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