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QS Energy Inc (PK)

QS Energy Inc (PK) (QSEP)

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zerosnoop zerosnoop 3 days ago
After that achievement we evaluated, reworked, and finally retested AOT to commercial viability.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 3 days ago
we are proud to report that the AOT works at a full voltage of 40KV, well beyond the treatment field.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 3 days ago
But wait, according to the “experts”, I thought this was supposed to be just a “simple leak test” ? Wonder why they would need to run the device at 40KV for a “simple leak test?” I guess we can also throw the “going against the laws of mother nature” claim out the window as well (I still laugh at that one). Looking forward to exposing more of the continued lies against the company....meanwhile I’ll continue loading up while the price is at a bargain rate.


https://s3.amazonaws.com/content.stockpr.com/qsenergy/files/news/2022/Successful_Hydrostatic_Test_Complete_December_30_2022.pdf
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 3 days ago
UPDATED. More "INSIDER BUYING". Below is a recap of all the RECENT "INSIDER BUYING" by QS directors. This includes the RECENT $275,000 investment by the uncompensated ceo Kyte. The list CONTINUES to grow & grow

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-24-000913/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-23-001711/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-22-005510/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-21-003139/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-21-003137/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-20-002014/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-20-002016/ownership.html


(1) On 8/5/2016 Don Dickson invests $70,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants.

(2) On 10/13/2016 Don Dickson converts his note into common stock.

(3) On 4/17/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests $50,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants.

(4) On 5/15/17 Richard Munn invests $10,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(5) On 5/15/2017 Richard Munn buys 42,000 shares of common stock in the open market at $0.24 per share.

(6) On 5/31/2017 Thomas Bundros invests $100,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(7) On 7/19/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $40,000 to convert his warrants and stock options into common stock well before their expiration dates.

(8) On 7/30/2017 Don Dickson invests an additional $38,500 to convert warrants into common stock.

(9) On 8/2/2017 Gary Buchler invests $50,000 to buy common stock at market prices and convert all of his vested stock options.

(10) On 10/2/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $33,875 to buy 125,000 shares of common stock in the open market at $.271 per share. He also converts 178,002 of his newly vested stock options into common stock at an out of pocket cost of $12,460. This brings his total common stock holdings to 6,735,430 shares worth approx. $1.8 million at today's price.

(11) On 2/6/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting converts 179,710 of his newly vested stock options into common stock, well before their expiration date, at an out of pocket cost of $12,580.

(12) On 3/30/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting invests another $40,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(13) On 3/30/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $18,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(14) On 05/14/2018 Richard Munn invests an additional $5,500 to convert his 110,000 warrants into common stock.

(15) On 11/26/2018 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(16) On 11/26/2018 Don Dickson invests another $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(17) On 02/21/2019 ceo Jason Lane invests $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(18) On 02/25/2019 Thomas Bundros invests $15,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(19) On 02/25/2019 Richard Munn invests $10,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(20) On 3/21/2019 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $50,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(21) On 04/03/2019 Thomas Bundros invests an additional $8,250 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(22) On 02/25/2019 Richard Munn invests an additional $11,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(23) On 06/04/2019 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $100,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(24) On 09/23/2019 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $200,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(25) On 03/23/2020 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $30,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(26) On 03/18/2020 chairman Jason Lane invests another $20,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(27) On 06/12/2020 ceo Don Dickson invests another $10,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(28) On 06/19/2020 cfo Michael McMullen invests $6,600 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(29) On 06/19/2020 Richard Munn invests another $10,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(30) On 06/19/2020 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $30,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(31) During the period August 2020, through June 2021 (the “Relevant Period”), Mr. Kyte provided the Company with $275,000 in working capital. During this Relevant Period, Mr. Kyte also introduced capital to the Company in the sum of $150,000 from third-party sources. This capital was received by the Company in exchange for convertible promissory notes and related warrants. With this additional third-party capital infusion, during this Relevant Period, Mr. Kyte was responsible, directly and indirectly, for providing the Company with working capital in the amount of $425,000.

(32) On 08/10/2022 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $20,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date in 2029.

(33) On 03/22/2023 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $15,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(34) On 02/13/2024 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $10,000 in QS Energy

All of the individuals named above are part of QSEP's Board of Directors. All of them are investing their own money in QSEP. While NDA's may prevent them from talking about the specifics of any particular corporate relationships, this is a powerful alternative way to express just how confident they are in QSEP's immediate future.

I've emphasized the word immediate because I think the motivation for early conversion of 10 year stock options is based on a strong belief that the stock will be going substantially higher in the near term. This early conversion will reduce the future tax burden substantially if that were to occur (long term capital gain instead of ordinary income).

The "bargain element" of a stock option is taxed as ordinary income while the remaining gain is taxed at the lower capital gains rate. Exercise of a stock option while the underlying security price is low insures that the "bargain element" will also be low allowing for the best tax outcome (the bargain element is the difference between the price at the time of exercise and the grant price). For the owner of a QSEP stock option it requires a very powerful incentive to give up a 10 year "free look". A savvy investor would hold onto a stock option as long as possible, exercising and putting up money only at a time when the outlook was so positive that it is likely to move the stock substantially higher. Anybody exercising their stock options today must feel now is that time.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 3 days ago
NAKED SHORT SELLING gets reported differently & isn't part of Finra reporting. Experts that know their job tell me there is a HUGE SHORT position in QS from the London syndicate.

This is why I do my own d/d. I only take advice from professionals who know what they are talking about & who know how to read and understand public filings.

As QS is getting closer & closer to SUCCESS with the PROVEN AOT, those that are SHORT big time on QS seem to be getting more & more desperate with their CONTINUED LIES.

I would NOT want to be SHORT on QS Energy. I notice the SHORT POSITION in QS Energy is increasing as per the EVIDENCE in the short report below.

https://otcshortreport.com/company/QSEP?index=qsep&action=view#.Vc0xR17ovIU

That is true, I have far lower margin requirements than 250k, so at 250k it doesn't make a lot of sense.

I am short and wouldn't like be long

I have been short since 2014, and will keep my short position up just to keep me interested in the story

If orders materialize and the company starts generating cash flow commensurate with the current market capitalization, I am more than willing to admit that I am wrong and cover my short position.

but I still have a residual short position left to keep me interested. If the stock goes up more, I might increase my short position.

I just think that this is a worthless POS pump-and-dump scheme that has been fleecing shareholders for years, and that is the reason I've been short this name for a few years.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 3 days ago
The below is so TRUE in regards to QSEP

A stock basher is someone who manipulates the market to cause a drop in asset prices.

Stock bashers disseminate misinformation in the hopes that investors will believe the false claims and sell their stock before the price drops.

These individuals often target low-priced companies that have little to no available information on the market and may have positions in assets whose prices fall.

Some bashers may act alone or in groups or they may work on behalf of other individuals

Stock bashing is illegal and may be subject to fines and prosecution
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 3 days ago
If authorities don't believe lies told by uneducated fools with a low IQ, compulsive liar's, failed crypto Cardano traders, grubs, tax cheats, paid bashers or fraudsters, nor do I

The License Agreements are exclusive, and the territory licensed to the Company is worldwide and replace previously issued License Agreements.
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mr_sano mr_sano 3 days ago
Well old Qsep raised 185k in the Q1 of 2024 yet they are not paying any principal or interest on the mounting debt nor do they have any strategic plan to raise cash other than to sell off equity. It’s the same story regurgitated. Now the past due debt is growing 10% year so 2024 will have over $500k interest expense that Qsep can’t pay! The company is paying a mere 50K a month just to cover the minimum. Heck they can’t even pay off the Ex CEO Bigger!

70k cash eoy plus $185k new raises gives them 4.8 months of operation from jan 1st 2024 using the minimum payment without touching their debt. At close to 400M shares outstanding the company will have to expand its share structure to commit to any project that requires any real R&D.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 5 days ago
Good to see the 10K filed despite the drama queens nonsense.

we are proud to report that the AOT works at a full voltage of 40KV, well beyond the treatment field.
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mr_sano mr_sano 5 days ago
And just like that…
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pappythom1 pappythom1 5 days ago
SEC filing
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mr_sano mr_sano 5 days ago
“We expect their efforts to complete the Audit within a few business days at the time of this publishing. When completed, the Annual Report will be filed with the SEC in support of our status quo which leads me to my next point.”

The update was released 4/2/24. Apparently “a few business days” ain’t what it use to be!

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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
Also, Director Bunting converted his 8 cents warrants 7 years early when the share price was at 3 cents. The expiry date on those warrants are 2029. Perhaps he knows something that others don't know.

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-22-005510/ownership.html
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
Yes, another Form 4 for more INSIDER BUYING, again by director Eric Bunting. All the $$$ goes to the company.

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-24-000913/ownership.html
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
WOW, more INSIDER BUYING, this time by the new uncompensated ceo Kyte. He MUST believe in the technology. From the latest 10K filing

During the period August 2020, through June 2021 (the “Relevant Period”), Mr. Kyte provided the Company with $275,000 in working capital. During this Relevant Period, Mr. Kyte also introduced capital to the Company in the sum of $150,000 from third-party sources. This capital was received by the Company in exchange for convertible promissory notes and related warrants. With this additional third-party capital infusion, during this Relevant Period, Mr. Kyte was responsible, directly and indirectly, for providing the Company with working capital in the amount of $425,000.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
Currently, Mr. Kyte will not receive any cash or stock consideration for his roles as CEO and CFO of the Company until approved by the Board. Currently, there is no agreement or arrangement regarding compensation for Mr. Kyte in his roles as CEO and CFO of the Company
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
In its most extensive testing during this deployment, the AOT was operated under full-scale commercial operating conditions over a two-day period. Operations were overseen by the pipeline operator and QS Energy engineers, while engineers from ATS RheoSystems, a division of the CANNON Instrument Company (“ATS”), were on-site collecting data for subsequent analysis. Oil samples were taken from the pipeline both before and after treatment by the AOT. Viscosity measurements were conducted on three grades of heavy crude oils over the two-day testing period. Data collected and analyzed before and after AOT treatment demonstrated a decrease in viscosity of approximately 23 percent 3 hours after treatment, and a decrease in viscosity of approximately 11 percent 13 hours after treatment; 22 hours after treatment, the crude oil had returned to its original pr e-treated viscosity.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
But wait, according to the “experts”, I thought this was supposed to be just a “simple leak test” ? Wonder why they would need to run the device at 40KV for a “simple leak test?” I guess we can also throw the “going against the laws of mother nature” claim out the window as well (I still laugh at that one). Looking forward to exposing more of the continued lies against the company....meanwhile I’ll continue loading up while the price is at a bargain rate.


https://s3.amazonaws.com/content.stockpr.com/qsenergy/files/news/2022/Successful_Hydrostatic_Test_Complete_December_30_2022.pdf
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
we are proud to report that the AOT works at a full voltage of 40KV, well beyond the treatment field.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
We have had to synchronize with prospective development partners’ timelines and priorities. These minor delays have been outside of our control and by no means suggest any abdication of interest. In fact, we have been able to focus our energies on supplementing the pool of interest which centers on about half a dozen interested parties. Our goal is to sequence our opportunities based on scale and scope to best use case with the limited resources we have been able to succeed with since our proven demonstration of the AOT last December.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
Our final task is to source a commercial relationship which has been identified but not yet brought to a formal contract. As we have culled multiple relationships and sequenced them accordingly their identities will be revealed soon enough.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
After that achievement we evaluated, reworked, and finally retested AOT to commercial viability.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
UPDATED. More "INSIDER BUYING". Below is a recap of all the RECENT "INSIDER BUYING" by QS directors. This includes the RECENT $275,000 investment by the uncompensated ceo Kyte. The list CONTINUES to grow & grow

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-24-000913/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-23-001711/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-22-005510/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-21-003139/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-21-003137/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-20-002014/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-20-002016/ownership.html


(1) On 8/5/2016 Don Dickson invests $70,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants.

(2) On 10/13/2016 Don Dickson converts his note into common stock.

(3) On 4/17/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests $50,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants.

(4) On 5/15/17 Richard Munn invests $10,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(5) On 5/15/2017 Richard Munn buys 42,000 shares of common stock in the open market at $0.24 per share.

(6) On 5/31/2017 Thomas Bundros invests $100,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(7) On 7/19/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $40,000 to convert his warrants and stock options into common stock well before their expiration dates.

(8) On 7/30/2017 Don Dickson invests an additional $38,500 to convert warrants into common stock.

(9) On 8/2/2017 Gary Buchler invests $50,000 to buy common stock at market prices and convert all of his vested stock options.

(10) On 10/2/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $33,875 to buy 125,000 shares of common stock in the open market at $.271 per share. He also converts 178,002 of his newly vested stock options into common stock at an out of pocket cost of $12,460. This brings his total common stock holdings to 6,735,430 shares worth approx. $1.8 million at today's price.

(11) On 2/6/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting converts 179,710 of his newly vested stock options into common stock, well before their expiration date, at an out of pocket cost of $12,580.

(12) On 3/30/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting invests another $40,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(13) On 3/30/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $18,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(14) On 05/14/2018 Richard Munn invests an additional $5,500 to convert his 110,000 warrants into common stock.

(15) On 11/26/2018 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(16) On 11/26/2018 Don Dickson invests another $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(17) On 02/21/2019 ceo Jason Lane invests $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(18) On 02/25/2019 Thomas Bundros invests $15,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(19) On 02/25/2019 Richard Munn invests $10,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(20) On 3/21/2019 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $50,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(21) On 04/03/2019 Thomas Bundros invests an additional $8,250 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(22) On 02/25/2019 Richard Munn invests an additional $11,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(23) On 06/04/2019 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $100,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(24) On 09/23/2019 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $200,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(25) On 03/23/2020 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $30,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(26) On 03/18/2020 chairman Jason Lane invests another $20,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(27) On 06/12/2020 ceo Don Dickson invests another $10,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(28) On 06/19/2020 cfo Michael McMullen invests $6,600 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(29) On 06/19/2020 Richard Munn invests another $10,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(30) On 06/19/2020 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $30,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(31) During the period August 2020, through June 2021 (the “Relevant Period”), Mr. Kyte provided the Company with $275,000 in working capital. During this Relevant Period, Mr. Kyte also introduced capital to the Company in the sum of $150,000 from third-party sources. This capital was received by the Company in exchange for convertible promissory notes and related warrants. With this additional third-party capital infusion, during this Relevant Period, Mr. Kyte was responsible, directly and indirectly, for providing the Company with working capital in the amount of $425,000.

(32) On 08/10/2022 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $20,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date in 2029.

(33) On 03/22/2023 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $15,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(34) On 02/13/2024 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $10,000 in QS Energy

All of the individuals named above are part of QSEP's Board of Directors. All of them are investing their own money in QSEP. While NDA's may prevent them from talking about the specifics of any particular corporate relationships, this is a powerful alternative way to express just how confident they are in QSEP's immediate future.

I've emphasized the word immediate because I think the motivation for early conversion of 10 year stock options is based on a strong belief that the stock will be going substantially higher in the near term. This early conversion will reduce the future tax burden substantially if that were to occur (long term capital gain instead of ordinary income).

The "bargain element" of a stock option is taxed as ordinary income while the remaining gain is taxed at the lower capital gains rate. Exercise of a stock option while the underlying security price is low insures that the "bargain element" will also be low allowing for the best tax outcome (the bargain element is the difference between the price at the time of exercise and the grant price). For the owner of a QSEP stock option it requires a very powerful incentive to give up a 10 year "free look". A savvy investor would hold onto a stock option as long as possible, exercising and putting up money only at a time when the outlook was so positive that it is likely to move the stock substantially higher. Anybody exercising their stock options today must feel now is that time.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
NAKED SHORT SELLING gets reported differently & isn't part of Finra reporting. Experts that know their job tell me there is a HUGE SHORT position in QS from the London syndicate.

This is why I do my own d/d. I only take advice from professionals who know what they are talking about & who know how to read and understand public filings.

As QS is getting closer & closer to SUCCESS with the PROVEN AOT, those that are SHORT big time on QS seem to be getting more & more desperate with their CONTINUED LIES.

I would NOT want to be SHORT on QS Energy. I notice the SHORT POSITION in QS Energy is increasing as per the EVIDENCE in the short report below.

https://otcshortreport.com/company/QSEP?index=qsep&action=view#.Vc0xR17ovIU

That is true, I have far lower margin requirements than 250k, so at 250k it doesn't make a lot of sense.

I am short and wouldn't like be long

I have been short since 2014, and will keep my short position up just to keep me interested in the story

If orders materialize and the company starts generating cash flow commensurate with the current market capitalization, I am more than willing to admit that I am wrong and cover my short position.

but I still have a residual short position left to keep me interested. If the stock goes up more, I might increase my short position.

I just think that this is a worthless POS pump-and-dump scheme that has been fleecing shareholders for years, and that is the reason I've been short this name for a few years.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
The below is so TRUE in regards to QSEP

A stock basher is someone who manipulates the market to cause a drop in asset prices.

Stock bashers disseminate misinformation in the hopes that investors will believe the false claims and sell their stock before the price drops.

These individuals often target low-priced companies that have little to no available information on the market and may have positions in assets whose prices fall.

Some bashers may act alone or in groups or they may work on behalf of other individuals

Stock bashing is illegal and may be subject to fines and prosecution
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 6 days ago
If authorities don't believe lies told by uneducated fools with a low IQ, compulsive liar's, failed crypto Cardano traders, tax cheats, paid bashers or fraudsters, nor do I

The License Agreements are exclusive, and the territory licensed to the Company is worldwide and replace previously issued License Agreements.
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Quick Sand Quick Sand 6 days ago
Yes, his word salad’s over the years speak volumes !

In the first paragraph of this most recent update,Cecil blames the Auditors for being late to file.

In the next paragraph he reminds us that it was he who achieved current filling status. Wait…..WHAT ????

Unfortunately all responsibilities are those of the CFO and CEO , HIM.

The update also states he has achieved “Commercial viability “ . UMMMMMM !

And his message to shareholders “ to maintain patience once given to other administrations that were greater resourced “
Oh , he means like back when he waisted years and tens of millions of dollars on the monumental Trans Canada fxck up,
That he was given the sack over.

All while commanding our patience he also claims he has had to cull off interested parties due to a lack of resources and “you will find out who they were soon enough “ ner ner ne ner ner .

Egotistical, arrogant , condescending and no accountability. To say the least.

It may also be possible that he is incapable of introspection and feels no shame,guilt or remorse in waisting shareholders time and money ,
Displaying a general lack of empathy.

Meanwhile shareholders who once believed his promises of a$20.00 share price by Xmas are dropping off the perch in droves .

It’s not surprising that he considers QSEP a religion. Most Cult leaders do.

Narcissist ? Absolutely possible .
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mr_sano mr_sano 6 days ago
“This update is aimed to serve as an explanation for recent delays we have had to endure starting with the filing for an extension of our 2023 annual report. First off, this delay is due to our Auditors’ workload and not our timely delivery of financial information required to complete such an Audit. This is not to be interpreted as a failure on our part and subsequently does not add up any material suspicions nor deficiencies on our part. We expect their efforts to complete the Audit within a few business days at the time of this publishing. When completed, the Annual Report will be filed with the SEC in support of our status quo which leads me to my next point.

As far back as 2021, this team was responsible to bring our filing status current as our first order of business. After that achievement we evaluated, reworked, and finally retested AOT to commercial viability. Our final task is to source a commercial relationship which has been identified but not yet brought to a formal contract. As we have culled multiple relationships and sequenced them accordingly their identities will be revealed soon enough. The spikey emails and tense communications of late are understandable frustrations from a fatigued shareholder base. My message is to maintain a modicum of patience once given to other administrations that were greater resourced. To give into fear, anxiety, and suspicious minds is only to give into the adversarial forces that have opposed this company for far too long.

This is more than a start over company. It has become a religion, a belief system, a modern-day crusade. Please maintain your equanimity and conviction.

Cecil Bond Kyte

Chairman & CEO”

Rebranding pink sheet manure as a religion takes a special kind of narcissist!
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
Our final task is to source a commercial relationship which has been identified but not yet brought to a formal contract. As we have culled multiple relationships and sequenced them accordingly their identities will be revealed soon enough.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
After that achievement we evaluated, reworked, and finally retested AOT to commercial viability.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
If authorities don't believe lies told by uneducated fools with a low IQ & compulsive liar's, nor do I

we are proud to report that the AOT works at a full voltage of 40KV, well beyond the treatment field.
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SoxFan SoxFan 2 weeks ago
What a load of bull!
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
UPDATE on the company web site

April 2, 2024: Filing Status Update

Please read this and all website updates in the context of the Cautionary Statement above.
This Update is available in a printable PDF format at: Filing Status Update

This update is aimed to serve as an explanation for recent delays we have had to endure starting with the filing for an extension of our 2023 annual report. First off, this delay is due to our Auditors’ workload and not our timely delivery of financial information required to complete such an Audit. This is not to be interpreted as a failure on our part and subsequently does not add up any material suspicions nor deficiencies on our part. We expect their efforts to complete the Audit within a few business days at the time of this publishing. When completed, the Annual Report will be filed with the SEC in support of our status quo which leads me to my next point.

As far back as 2021, this team was responsible to bring our filing status current as our first order of business. After that achievement we evaluated, reworked, and finally retested AOT to commercial viability. Our final task is to source a commercial relationship which has been identified but not yet brought to a formal contract. As we have culled multiple relationships and sequenced them accordingly their identities will be revealed soon enough. The spikey emails and tense communications of late are understandable frustrations from a fatigued shareholder base. My message is to maintain a modicum of patience once given to other administrations that were greater resourced. To give into fear, anxiety, and suspicious minds is only to give into the adversarial forces that have opposed this company for far too long.

This is more than a start over company. It has become a religion, a belief system, a modern-day crusade. Please maintain your equanimity and conviction.

Cecil Bond Kyte

Chairman & CEO
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
UPDATED. More "INSIDER BUYING". Below is a recap of all the RECENT "INSIDER BUYING" by QS directors. This includes the RECENT $275,000 investment by the uncompensated ceo Kyte. The list CONTINUES to grow & grow

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-24-000913/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-23-001711/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-22-005510/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-21-003139/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-21-003137/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-20-002014/ownership.html

https://ir.qsenergy.com/all-sec-filings/content/0001683168-20-002016/ownership.html


(1) On 8/5/2016 Don Dickson invests $70,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants.

(2) On 10/13/2016 Don Dickson converts his note into common stock.

(3) On 4/17/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests $50,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants.

(4) On 5/15/17 Richard Munn invests $10,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(5) On 5/15/2017 Richard Munn buys 42,000 shares of common stock in the open market at $0.24 per share.

(6) On 5/31/2017 Thomas Bundros invests $100,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(7) On 7/19/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $40,000 to convert his warrants and stock options into common stock well before their expiration dates.

(8) On 7/30/2017 Don Dickson invests an additional $38,500 to convert warrants into common stock.

(9) On 8/2/2017 Gary Buchler invests $50,000 to buy common stock at market prices and convert all of his vested stock options.

(10) On 10/2/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $33,875 to buy 125,000 shares of common stock in the open market at $.271 per share. He also converts 178,002 of his newly vested stock options into common stock at an out of pocket cost of $12,460. This brings his total common stock holdings to 6,735,430 shares worth approx. $1.8 million at today's price.

(11) On 2/6/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting converts 179,710 of his newly vested stock options into common stock, well before their expiration date, at an out of pocket cost of $12,580.

(12) On 3/30/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting invests another $40,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converts the notes to common stock.

(13) On 3/30/2018 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $18,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(14) On 05/14/2018 Richard Munn invests an additional $5,500 to convert his 110,000 warrants into common stock.

(15) On 11/26/2018 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(16) On 11/26/2018 Don Dickson invests another $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(17) On 02/21/2019 ceo Jason Lane invests $25,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(18) On 02/25/2019 Thomas Bundros invests $15,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(19) On 02/25/2019 Richard Munn invests $10,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(20) On 3/21/2019 Dr. Eric Bunting invests an additional $50,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(21) On 04/03/2019 Thomas Bundros invests an additional $8,250 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(22) On 02/25/2019 Richard Munn invests an additional $11,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date.

(23) On 06/04/2019 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $100,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(24) On 09/23/2019 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $200,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(25) On 03/23/2020 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $30,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(26) On 03/18/2020 chairman Jason Lane invests another $20,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(27) On 06/12/2020 ceo Don Dickson invests another $10,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(28) On 06/19/2020 cfo Michael McMullen invests $6,600 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(29) On 06/19/2020 Richard Munn invests another $10,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(30) On 06/19/2020 Dr Eric Bunting invests another $30,000 in a private placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(31) During the period August 2020, through June 2021 (the “Relevant Period”), Mr. Kyte provided the Company with $275,000 in working capital. During this Relevant Period, Mr. Kyte also introduced capital to the Company in the sum of $150,000 from third-party sources. This capital was received by the Company in exchange for convertible promissory notes and related warrants. With this additional third-party capital infusion, during this Relevant Period, Mr. Kyte was responsible, directly and indirectly, for providing the Company with working capital in the amount of $425,000.

(32) On 08/10/2022 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $20,000 to convert warrants into common stock, well before their expiration date in 2029.

(33) On 03/22/2023 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $15,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants.

(34) On 02/13/2024 Dr Eric Bunting invests an additional $10,000 in QS Energy

All of the individuals named above are part of QSEP's Board of Directors. All of them are investing their own money in QSEP. While NDA's may prevent them from talking about the specifics of any particular corporate relationships, this is a powerful alternative way to express just how confident they are in QSEP's immediate future.

I've emphasized the word immediate because I think the motivation for early conversion of 10 year stock options is based on a strong belief that the stock will be going substantially higher in the near term. This early conversion will reduce the future tax burden substantially if that were to occur (long term capital gain instead of ordinary income).

The "bargain element" of a stock option is taxed as ordinary income while the remaining gain is taxed at the lower capital gains rate. Exercise of a stock option while the underlying security price is low insures that the "bargain element" will also be low allowing for the best tax outcome (the bargain element is the difference between the price at the time of exercise and the grant price). For the owner of a QSEP stock option it requires a very powerful incentive to give up a 10 year "free look". A savvy investor would hold onto a stock option as long as possible, exercising and putting up money only at a time when the outlook was so positive that it is likely to move the stock substantially higher. Anybody exercising their stock options today must feel now is that time.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
But wait, according to the “experts”, I thought this was supposed to be just a “simple leak test” ? Wonder why they would need to run the device at 40KV for a “simple leak test?” I guess we can also throw the “going against the laws of mother nature” claim out the window as well (I still laugh at that one). Looking forward to exposing more of the continued lies against the company....meanwhile I’ll continue loading up while the price is at a bargain rate.


https://s3.amazonaws.com/content.stockpr.com/qsenergy/files/news/2022/Successful_Hydrostatic_Test_Complete_December_30_2022.pdf
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
We have had to synchronize with prospective development partners’ timelines and priorities. These minor delays have been outside of our control and by no means suggest any abdication of interest. In fact, we have been able to focus our energies on supplementing the pool of interest which centers on about half a dozen interested parties. Our goal is to sequence our opportunities based on scale and scope to best use case with the limited resources we have been able to succeed with since our proven demonstration of the AOT last December.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
The below is so TRUE in regards to QSEP

A stock basher is someone who manipulates the market to cause a drop in asset prices.

Stock bashers disseminate misinformation in the hopes that investors will believe the false claims and sell their stock before the price drops.

These individuals often target low-priced companies that have little to no available information on the market and may have positions in assets whose prices fall.

Some bashers may act alone or in groups or they may work on behalf of other individuals

Stock bashing is illegal and may be subject to fines and prosecution
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
If authorities don't believe lies told by uneducated fools with a low IQ & compulsive liar's, nor do I

The License Agreements are exclusive, and the territory licensed to the Company is worldwide and replace previously issued License Agreements.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
As per the latest filing from the company, the 10K will be filed during the coming days. No big deal except for the paid bashers who are SHORT big time on QS

NAKED SHORT SELLING gets reported differently & isn't part of Finra reporting. Experts that know their job tell me there is a HUGE SHORT position in QS from the London syndicate.

This is why I do my own d/d. I only take advice from professionals who know what they are talking about & who know how to read and understand public filings.

As QS is getting closer & closer to SUCCESS with the PROVEN AOT, those that are SHORT big time on QS seem to be getting more & more desperate with their CONTINUED LIES.

I would NOT want to be SHORT on QS Energy. I notice the SHORT POSITION in QS Energy is increasing as per the EVIDENCE in the short report below.

https://otcshortreport.com/company/QSEP?index=qsep&action=view#.Vc0xR17ovIU


That is true, I have far lower margin requirements than 250k, so at 250k it doesn't make a lot of sense.

I am short and wouldn't like be long

I have been short since 2014, and will keep my short position up just to keep me interested in the story

If orders materialize and the company starts generating cash flow commensurate with the current market capitalization, I am more than willing to admit that I am wrong and cover my short position.

but I still have a residual short position left to keep me interested. If the stock goes up more, I might increase my short position.

I just think that this is a worthless POS pump-and-dump scheme that has been fleecing shareholders for years, and that is the reason I've been short this name for a few years.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 2 weeks ago
The only fools are uneducated grubs who enjoy getting laughed at after their continuous lies keep getting exposed. The PROVEN AOT is a "GAME CHANGER" for the oil industry.

we are proud to report that the AOT works at a full voltage of 40KV, well beyond the treatment field.
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mr_sano mr_sano 2 weeks ago
10K NT just dropped. Surprise, surprise
surprise!
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mr_sano mr_sano 2 weeks ago
Qsep receives 3.5 million dollar order from Burisma-Uk


April Fools!

Will it be a 10-K NT AH or will they release the latest 10K between now and 5pm?
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 4 weeks ago
we are proud to report that the AOT works at a full voltage of 40KV, well beyond the treatment field.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 4 weeks ago
The below is so TRUE in regards to QSEP

A stock basher is someone who manipulates the market to cause a drop in asset prices.

Stock bashers disseminate misinformation in the hopes that investors will believe the false claims and sell their stock before the price drops.

These individuals often target low-priced companies that have little to no available information on the market and may have positions in assets whose prices fall.

Some bashers may act alone or in groups or they may work on behalf of other individuals

Stock bashing is illegal and may be subject to fines and prosecution
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 4 weeks ago
But wait, according to the “experts”, I thought this was supposed to be just a “simple leak test” ? Wonder why they would need to run the device at 40KV for a “simple leak test?” I guess we can also throw the “going against the laws of mother nature” claim out the window as well (I still laugh at that one). Looking forward to exposing more of the continued lies against the company....meanwhile I’ll continue loading up while the price is at a bargain rate.


https://s3.amazonaws.com/content.stockpr.com/qsenergy/files/news/2022/Successful_Hydrostatic_Test_Complete_December_30_2022.pdf
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 4 weeks ago
We have had to synchronize with prospective development partners’ timelines and priorities. These minor delays have been outside of our control and by no means suggest any abdication of interest. In fact, we have been able to focus our energies on supplementing the pool of interest which centers on about half a dozen interested parties. Our goal is to sequence our opportunities based on scale and scope to best use case with the limited resources we have been able to succeed with since our proven demonstration of the AOT last December.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 4 weeks ago
NAKED SHORT SELLING gets reported differently & isn't part of Finra reporting. Experts that know their job tell me there is a HUGE SHORT position in QS from the London syndicate.

This is why I do my own d/d. I only take advice from professionals who know what they are talking about & who know how to read and understand public filings.

As QS is getting closer & closer to SUCCESS with the PROVEN AOT, those that are SHORT big time on QS seem to be getting more & more desperate with their CONTINUED LIES.

I would NOT want to be SHORT on QS Energy. I notice the SHORT POSITION in QS Energy is increasing as per the EVIDENCE in the short report below.

https://otcshortreport.com/company/QSEP?index=qsep&action=view#.Vc0xR17ovIU

That is true, I have far lower margin requirements than 250k, so at 250k it doesn't make a lot of sense.

I am short and wouldn't like be long

I have been short since 2014, and will keep my short position up just to keep me interested in the story

If orders materialize and the company starts generating cash flow commensurate with the current market capitalization, I am more than willing to admit that I am wrong and cover my short position.

but I still have a residual short position left to keep me interested. If the stock goes up more, I might increase my short position.

I just think that this is a worthless POS pump-and-dump scheme that has been fleecing shareholders for years, and that is the reason I've been short this name for a few years.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 4 weeks ago
If authorities don't believe lies told by uneducated fools with a low IQ & compulsive liar's, nor do I

The License Agreements are exclusive, and the territory licensed to the Company is worldwide and replace previously issued License Agreements.
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zerosnoop zerosnoop 4 weeks ago
So the company has the funds to pay the auditors to sign off on the 10k filing. It sure doesn't sound to me that QS Energy is going away despite the continuing LIES by uneducated fools that the company won't have funds. The PROVEN AOT is a "GAME CHANGER" for the oil industry.

This is why I do my own d/d. I only take advice from professionals who know what they are talking about & who know how to read and understand public filings.

Once all the parts were delivered for a full AOT, we assembled the stack and installed the stack into the vessel. The vessel was filled with oil and tested. We were able to apply full voltage of 40.1kV to the AOT. We believe the AOT is ready to test with customer oil and be deployed back into the field. Having achieved a positive hydrostatic test, we were able to have our final engineering call with our new potential development partner. We are currently in pursuit of an LOI to include financial metrics for a commercially viable contract.
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mr_sano mr_sano 4 weeks ago
Qsep has blown every timeline it’s ever projected. The obvious reason they keep doing it is because management is utterly desperate to keep the pps juiced so they can still sell off equity to keep the lights on.

The upcoming 10K will be more of the same. A regurgitation of the same old tired story. No cash reserves or financing strategy but much sizzle from a steak that was eaten a decade ago!
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