I have a non-trading, clean public shell entity that can be used for a OTC BB or OTCQB listing upon a merger with an operating entity. With an operating business transferred or merged into the shell entity, and fulfilling all SEC disclosure statement filings, you can have your company publicly-traded. Go public with a clean public shell entity and potentially reduce risk legacy issues that could come back and haunt you.

My public shell entity has never been traded before, has no liability issues, no debt issues, clean balance sheet, no trade debt, 1 current shareholder and has the flexibility to do with the cap table as you please. Within 12 months on the first anniversary of your 10-K filing, IF you qualify, you can list on NASDAQ.

Important to note, other methods are available as a means to become a public company, therefore you should conduct considerable research and consult your attorney to determine all of your options carefully.

Also important to note, if you have a disclosable criminal record or offense, this may pose a problem with regulators and thus, there can be no assurances that you would be successful in this process.

Please contact me for details.

This information is for illustrative purposes only. It is not and should not be regarded as investment advice or as a recommendation on any particular security or course of action. This not an offer to buy or sell a security

Posted Jul 11, 2014

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