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Saturday, October 30, 2010

[EIGH]: The Directors and Officers of scam company 8000, Inc.

Scam company 8000, Inc. (EIGH) is incorporated and registered in the State of Nevada. Here is the link to the registration:

President - THOMAS KELLY
Address 1: 711 S CARSON ST STE 4 Address 2:
Zip Code: 89701 Country:
Status: Active Email:

Secretary - THOMAS KELLY
Address 1: 711 S CARSON ST STE 4 Address 2:
Zip Code: 89701 Country:
Status: Active Email:

Treasurer - THOMAS KELLY
Address 1: 711 S CARSON ST STE 4 Address 2:
Zip Code: 89701 Country:
Status: Active Email:

Address 1: 711 S CARSON ST STE 4 Address 2:
Zip Code: 89701 Country:
Status: Active Email:

As you can see, a Mr. Thomas Kelly is listed as the only officer and only Director EIGH. He is the President, the Secretary and the Treasurer of EIGH. This is rather odd, since scam company EIGH has issued several press releases quoting the Board of Directors as if more than one Director existed at the company. This post will be referenced in future reports on the_worm06 blog in the near future.


Tuesday, October 26, 2010

[EIGH]: Total Short Interest as of October 15, 2010 for scam company 8000 Inc.

With 144 million common shares outstanding, the total Short Interest of scam company 8000 Inc. (EIGH) is only 3,804 shares.

8000 INC COMMON (EIGH) OTC Type: Other-OTC

Short Interest for October 15 2010



Average Daily
Share Volume

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Monday, October 25, 2010

[EIGH]: Prediction on scam company 8000 Inc. Outstanding Common Shares by the_worm06

Scam company 8000 Inc. (EIGH) claimed that the outstanding common shares were 144 million as of October 6, 2010:

Based on recent actions by the company, the_worm06 predicts that the EIGH outstanding common shares will be increased from 144 million to over 500 million by November 15, 2010, an increase of 347% in a little over a month's worth of time.


Friday, October 22, 2010

[EIGH]: The false and misleading statements of promoter John Provazek (LoneGrey)

in an unbelievable attempt to pump and hype the stock of scam company 8000 Inc. (EIGH) on the Investorshub stock message boards.

Pay attention below in the false and misleading post by promoter John Provazek (LoneGrey) as just about every single comment made in this one post is false and misleading. This particular promoter has been pumping and hyping this scam stock in thousands upon thousands of posted messages as part of the promotional group of people known as "Monk's Den", headed by promoter and trading seminar instructor Jerry S. Williams, known as the Monk.

A full and detailed review of the false and misleading statements made by this promoter will be made by the_worm06 in the coming weeks.

Promoter LoneGrey is the same person that was pumping and hyping the announced fraudulent EIGH $14.4 milion cash dividend that was later cancelled on the day before the payment date, but only after the pump-and-dump had done its damage:

was claiming that it was guaranteed to be paid and, in fact, the amount might even be higher than $14.4 million - closer to $28 million. He insisted that all stockholders hold on to their EIGH stock all the way until the cancellation of the dividend was announced. EIGH stockholders that followed his advise saw the stock price of EIGH drop from a recent high of $0.44/share to $0.031/share, a 93% drop in only a few weeks.

Here is the Investorshub post by LoneGrey with all the false and misleading statements:

Friday, October 22, 2010
12:41:42 AM
Re: None
Post #78661 of 78671

Anybody caught "EIGH Fever" yet!!

$40,000,000.00 in the bank is for Real!

8000 Inc. Clothing line is for Real!

SkyVills owned by 8000 inc. is for Real!

Up coming acquisition(s) is for Real!

Stock retirement program is for Real!

20,000,000 share float soon is for Real!

Quarterly cash dividends???? A good possibility in time!

Possibility of an up listing???? Extremely good!!

Present day share price???? Under valued!


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

[EIGH]: A brief history of scam company 8000 Inc.

Including former stock promoter and current strawman and EIGH CEO Thomas Kelly, former EIGH CEO Conrad Wall and control person Jonathan Bryant, as posted on message board Investorshub by cybersleuth "lem114933":

Wednesday, October 20, 2010
10:14:11 PM
Re: mytigger post# 77820

Post #77840 of 77873

You have got to be kidding me.

#1 You have the company CEO and his boss caught scamming not just investors, But mario Andretti.

#2 Then you install one of your crew who used to be the Pr guy
And Make him the new CEO of a so called new company with the same name.,+Inc.+-+Traxxec+Ltd+delivers+new+sales...-a0178000662

#3 They tell all the investors that this is a new company with new people. But the first company they aquire happens to be owned by Conrad Wall. The old CEO

#4 But what about Jonathan Bryant, He can't still be involved can he?

Tell me what here is frabricated.



[EIGH]: Some Due Diligence on scam company 8000 Inc.

A promoter attempts to be sarcastic about the frauds committed by scam company 8000 Inc. (EIGH), yet most of his comments are true. The Monk is Jerry S. Williams, the owner of Monk's Den, a trading seminar and promotional outfit that EIGH claims to have acquired in Sept. 2010:

Wednesday, October 20, 2010
5:29:00 PM
Re: None Post #77708 of 77739

Been doing some DD from this board and have reached the following conclusions...

1. Monk has not served in the military
2. Monk owns no stock in any of his plays
3. Monk's company Monk's Den is not making any money
4. Monk, however is filthy rich because he has sold all his shares (see #2)
5. Monk's company is private and therefore cannot be a subsidiary of a public company
6. Monk's Den acquisition did not happen
7. Monk does not have a PHD
8. Monk is a patsy, designed to fleece us of our money and set in place by International Money men
9. SEC and DOJ are investigating EIGH
10. All shareholders who intended on making money with this stock are definitely going to jail
11. EIGH does not have a real office
12. EIGH does not have any inventory
13. EIGH does not have any profits
14. EIGH does not have anything in Barbados
15. EIGH is diluting because 172,000 shares traded b/w the bid & ask yesterday (my personal favorite)
16. EIGH is diluting because a 10,000 share t-trade went through before the open this morning
17. EIGH not providing a dividend means the company is crashing
18. EIGH is going in the tank and we've all been had
19. EIGH trading will be halted by SEC... in 5 minutes... sell now...
20. Just sell because obviously it would just be a lot easier for everybody....

So in summary, Monk obviously does not exist. We've seen pictures of him, but never really met him. In fact someone posted a picture yesterday that had him bearing a similar resemblence to an Alpaca. Therefore, the conclusion I have come to is the Monk is a robot alpaca designed by and operated by Internation Hedge Fund operators who have orchestrated this whole scenario to fleece us, the innocent shareholders, of our hard earned investment money. We need to sell now in order to save ourselves from impending doom and our own destitution.

Thanks to all who contributed to this DD!!!!!


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

[EIGH]: Jens Owens and Lars Anderson - how are they and their partners involved in promoting scam company 8000 Inc.?

Its seems that the founders of Storm Peak Innovations, LLC and/or some of their partners, namely Ryan Manley, are involved in the stock promotion of scam company 8000 Inc. (EIGH)

Corporate Headquarters:

Storm Peak Innovations, LLC
The Victoria
941 Lincoln Ave., Unit 100A
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
voice: 1 (970) 870 4272
fax: 1 (866) 627 4272

details to follow


[EIGH]: Common Shares Outstanding for scam company 8000 Inc.

as per 8000 Inc's (EIGH) financials statements and documents filed with OTCMarkets/Pinksheets and a recent press release:
106,500,000 - August 8, 2007
106,500,000 - May 16, 2008
106,750,000 - August 8, 2007
106,750,000 - May 16, 2008
106,824,000 - August 8, 2007
106,824,000 - October 30, 2009
143,824,000 - December 31, 2009
143,824,000 - March 31, 2010
143,824,000 - June 30, 2010
143,824,700 - October 6, 2010


Friday, October 15, 2010

[EIGH]: British businessman Jonathan Bryant and scam company "8000 Inc." (EIGH), which he claims to have founded

Take some time to review the following recent article written about British businessman Jonathan Bryant (now residing in Barbados) and his relationship with scam company 8000 Inc. (EIGH). It will be referred to very often in this blog in the near future:

Former British footballer at home in paradise

By: Gercine Carter

Jonathan Bryant describes himself as “just an ordinary bloke living in paradise”.

The former British footballer is so enthused over the life he leads in this “paradise” that he is making plans to give back in a big way.

Bryant had been visiting Barbados for almost 20 years, having fallen in love with the island from the first time he came. Somehow nobody believed him when he would repeatedly say he was going to live in Barbados eventually – not even his wife. She said it would never happen.

“I’ll believe you when I see you put the tickets on the table”, was her response to her husband’s pronouncements.

He did put the tickets on the table on October 19 last year and four days later Bryant, his wife and their two sons were on a plane heading for Barbados.

In the years of visiting Barbados, Bryant struck up friendships on the golf course, including with Sir Garfield Sobers and Desmond Haynes. Through these friends he met many others in the sports field and watched golfers, athletes, footballers and other sportsmen and sportswomen in action.

He was impressed with what he saw. “When I first came here I met a couple of young athletes. I just felt they did not have the opportunity because of the infrastructure in Barbados,” Bryant said during the interview with the Weekend Nation beside the large swimming pool at his well appointed Sandy Lane home.

“The problem is there is lots and lots of talent in this island in sports. Typically, [this is] what happens: anybody with any talent in sport, if they are spotted by an English premiership football club or an English college, they are plucked and taken away. That takes something away from Barbados.

“I thought that was a shame and I just did some more digging into what was going on. Whether it is right or whether it is wrong, the people believe that not enough is given back.”

As he looked out towards the azure Caribbean Sea on a sunny day, Bryant remarked: “I have been fortunate in my life. But that was not all the time. I had my moments where I had been penniless. But things are good now. So I wanted to do something special out here.”

Bryant is also concerned about the future for young Barbadians.

“Other than tourism there really isn’t any industry left on the island. Once you have built all the houses and there is no more land, what do you do?” he said.

He saw “huge” potential problems ahead. That is why he has been supporting the Carlton Club, because he believes that club emanates from a community where many young people benefit from membership. His generosity in cash and advice is known by people in sports administration, as well as by thesportspeople themselves.

He attended the Sentabale Polo Cup match, where Prime Minister David Thompson spoke about the importance of developing sports tourism and he pondered on the message.

“I actually think that there is a real opportunity on this island to build that into more than just words.”

Bryant is taking action. He is moving his business interests to Barbados, and through 8000inc, one of the businesses he founded, he plans to do even more than he is already doing. He is already committed to the Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados, the Barbados Golf Association, the Carlton Club and to developing centres of excellence with former West Indies opening batsman Desmond Haynes.

8000inc will be opening a store at the upscale West Coast development Limegrove later this year, and Bryant said ten per cent of every dollar spent in the shop will go towards the sports he supports.

So elated is Bryant about the life he is able to enjoy in Barbados, being able to share a golf game and socialise with two of Barbados’ cricketing heroes, that he remarked: “There is nowhere in the world that you can get up on a Thursday (the one day he takes off in the week) [and] saunter 500 yards to one of the best golf courses in the world, on the best island in the world and play golf with Desmond Haynes and Sir Garfield Sobers. I still can’t believe it. It just gives me a thrill.”

This leads him to talk about his two big dreams.

“I have two dreams . . . One is to build a Desmond Haynes Sporting Centre of Excellence, a purpose-built facility which will have corporate offices and the equipment for his coaching, as well as football equipment.

“You take the National Stadium . . . You have a world champion . . . The running track is not good enough . . .

“My other dream is I want to rebuild Barbados’ cotton industry.”

It disturbs this self-proclaimed “Barbadian” that “this island produces the best cotton in the world and it is sent all the way to Switzerland to come back here as cloth”.

He estimates the bales of cotton flax lying useless around the island number more than 100, and he confesses having a personal interest in seeing local processing of the cotton cultivated in Barbados. The clothing on sale at 8000inc, the sports wear and casual wear lines, including shirts and men’s trousers, is largely cotton-based.

Bryant once played professional football for the Cheshire football club Crewe Alexander, but developed arthritis and was forced to end his career prematurely. He holds a BSc.(Honours) degree in advanced medical microbiology and advanced medical biotechnology, and worked in these fields, while as he said “making some investments that turned out all right”.

Now that he has adopted Barbados as his home, he is committed to putting his money behind Barbados’ sportspeople.

He reckons that he is “unbelievably” fortunate. © Nation Publishing Co. Limited 2010


[SPNG]: Five additional people charged in SPNG COO Steven Moskowitz and CEO Michael Metter Superseding Criminal Indictment

Superseding Indictment USA v Metter et al

The USAO Press Release:

United States Attorney's Office
Eastern District of New York

Robert Nardoza
Public Affairs Officer

(718) 254-6323




Defendants Collectively Charged with Securities Fraud, Obstruction of Justice, Money Laundering, Structuring, Contempt of Court, and Perjury

A superseding indictment was unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn charging five additional defendants with crimes relating to Spongetech Delivery Systems, Inc. (Spongetech).1 The superseding indictment includes charges previously brought against Michael Metter, the Chief Executive Officer and President of Spongetech, and Steven Moskowitz, Spongetech’s Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer, Treasurer, and Secretary.

Today’s superseding indictment charges former Spongetech employees Andrew Tepfer, Seymour Eisenberg, Thomas Cavanagh, and Frank Nicolois, as well as former Spongetech vendor George Speranza. Tepfer, Eisenberg, Nicolois, and Speranza were arrested this morning. Their initial appearances are scheduled today before United States Magistrate Judge Robert M. Levy at the United States Courthouse, 225 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, New York.

The charges were announced by Loretta E. Lynch, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Janice K. Fedarcyk, Assistant Director-in-Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York Field Office, and Charles R. Pine, Special Agent-in-Charge, Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation, New York.

As alleged in the superseding indictment, between January 2007 and May 2010, Tepfer, and Eisenberg, together with Metter, Moskowitz, and others, executed a fraudulent scheme to publicly report materially overstated Spongetech sales figures to create artificial demand for, and increase the share price and trading volume of, Spongetech common stock. Tepfer and Eisenberg face one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud, one count of money laundering conspiracy, and one count of securities fraud.

Cavanagh and Nicolois face one count of structuring and one count of contempt of court. The superseding indictment alleges that from January 2008 and December 2009, Cavanagh and Nicolois cashed checks written in amounts less than $10,000 at a financial institution for the purpose of evading federal currency transaction reporting requirements. The indictment also alleges that in doing so, Cavanagh and Nicolois violated a court order entered in a 2004 lawsuit brought by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against them and others.

Speranza faces one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice, one count of obstruction of justice, and one count of perjury. The superseding indictment alleges that Speranza gave false testimony under oath in an investigation by the Enforcement Division of the SEC into Spongetech’s publicly reported sales figures and financial statements.

If convicted, Tepfer and Eisenberg face up to 20 years’ imprisonment on the securities fraud counts. Cavanaugh and Nicolois face up to 10 years’ imprisonment on the structuring counts. Speranza faces up to five years’ imprisonment on the obstruction of justice count.

The government’s case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys William E. Schaeffer and Jeffrey A. Goldberg.

This case was brought in coordination with President Barack Obama’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. President Obama established the interagency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force to wage an aggressive, coordinated, and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes. The task force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general, and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial crimes, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes.

The Defendants:

Age: 58

Age: 45

ANDREW TEPFER, also known as “AVI”
Age: 47

Age: 66

Age: 43

Age: 62

Age: 56


1 The charges are merely allegations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.


Thursday, October 14, 2010

[EIGH]: Scam company "8000 Inc." announces that it cancelled the $14.4 million ($0.10/share) Cash Dividend on the eve of the payment date

After having its stock promoters for weeks pump and hype the $14.4 million cash dividend scheduled to be paid tomorrow, October 15, 2010, scam company EIGH issues a press release today announcing its cancellation of the dividend.

the_worm06 predicted this cancellation just recently:

here is the press release by the fraudulent company, 8000 Inc. (EIGH):

8000inc ( Statement by the Board of Directors

MANASSAS, VA, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ - In light of recent market events and the company's extended stock investigation, 8000inc contracted industry experts to assess current market behavior of its stock and to advise the company on the management of the share count discrepancy in line with exchange progression. As a result, The Board of 8000inc announces that this review indentified, subsequent to declaring a dividend of 10 cents per share to be paid on October 15 2010, the accounting treatment of the cash windfall resulting from the Company's unique financing model cannot be deemed either revenue or retained earnings, and therefore, these monies are ineligible for the purposes of issuing a special dividend. The Board now believes, based on legal advice that the Company can no longer pay this dividend without there being potentially significant legal and tax ramifications to both the individual shareholders and the Corporation. To continue with the dividend could be a technical contravention of Tax legislature, would negatively affect Corporate profitability and shareholder value and pass the TAX burden directly on to the shareholders.

Regrettably, the Board announces that this special dividend is cancelled and will not now be paid. The Board would also like to state that in light of these events, particularly the stock discrepancies, the Company has put forward a series of mechanisms, policies and checks, including but not limited to accountability audits and several proposed Corporate stock purchase programs to address the negative impact of these events and situation. Programs have already been initiated with the cooperation of share holders to retire certificates to reduce in the tradable float. These measures have been put in place to ensure that the company meets all qualification criteria for exchange progression, the Company's core objective. These mechanisms are far reaching and will return shareholder confidence and shareholder equity. As a result, the Company will focus on its core businesses and immediately proceed with the acquisition of the 10 acre site identified for the corporate Headquarters and Sports Centre of Excellence announced earlier.

Thomas Kelly stated "The Company made an error in its assumptions relating to the treatment of the announced dividend and has taken responsibility for that and acted. We have taken the appropriate steps and advice needed to focus on the business in the best interests of the shareholders for exchange progression. The Company would ask that the shareholders are patient and await further imminent updates and accept that this is the best direction for the company. We are confident that any negative impact relating to these events will be mitigated immediately by the steps we have taken and mechanisms to be announced. It is sometimes better to retreat and allow events to unfold and to learn in order to be stronger when it matters. The Company will always challenge convention, so long as it learns and evolves in the face of adversity, taking its responsibility seriously, I have no issue with that".

This news release contains forward-looking statements that are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from those projected on the basis of such forward-looking statements. The words "estimate," "project," "intends," "expects," "believes," and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements are made based on management's beliefs, as well as assumptions made by, and information currently available to, management pursuant to the "safe-harbour" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. For a more complete description of these and other risk factors that may affect the future performance of 8000 Inc. see "Risk Factors" in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-KSB and its other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date made and the Company undertakes no obligation to disclose any revision to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date made or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.

SOURCE 8000 Inc.


Monday, October 11, 2010

[SPNG]: Trustee of scam company Spongetech Delivery Systems, Inc. files to convert case from Ch. 11 to Chapter 7 with bankruptcy court.

10/11/2010 139 Motion to Convert Chapter 11 Case to Chapter 7 filed by Anthony Charles Acampora on behalf of Kenneth Silverman. with hearing to be held on 11/4/2010 at 10:00 AM at Courtroom 723 (SMB) Responses due by 10/27/2010, (Attachments: # 1 Notice of Hearing# 2 Appendix Affidavit of Service) (Acampora, Anthony) (Entered: 10/11/2010)

Doc 139 PDF file

Part Description
1 Main Document 12 pages
2 Notice of Hearing 2 pages
3 Appendix Affidavit of Service 23 pages


[EIGH]: Storm Peak Innovations LLC and scam company "8000 Inc."

It appears that Storm Peak Innovations LLC of Steamboat Springs, Colorado and its participants and scam company 8000 Inc. (EIGH) are working together to pump and hype the stock of EIGH. How close are they? Take some time to review the website and figure it out by yourself:

Storm Peak Innovations, LLC
The Victoria
941 Lincoln Ave., Unit 100A
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477

details to follow


Thursday, October 07, 2010

[EIGH]: Prediction by the_worm06 on Cash Dividend announced by scam company "8000 Inc."

Scam company "8000 Inc." (EIGH) announced that it will pay a minimum all cash Dividend of $0.10/share on October 15, 2010. Based on the most recently announced 144 million common shares outstanding, this dividend would amount to $14.4 million in cash paid by EIGH.

the_worm06 predicts that scam company EIGH will NOT pay the $0.10/share cash dividend by October 15, 2010.


[EIGH]: Cybersleuth "overachiever" posts comments on scam company "8000 Inc."

Take some time to review what top cybersleuth "overachiever" has to say about scam company "8000 Inc." (EIGH):

Thursday, October 07, 2010
12:41:42 AM
Re: ctay post# 69004
Post #69014 of 69027


Before you fall for the hype about this stock read these facts:

1. Smoking Gun SCAM EVIDENCE:

EIGH is using a virtual address which just so happens to be the exact same virtual address of another scam company, EWPI. (WHICH IS ANOTHER of WILLIAMS FLD PLAYS) Oh well, it's about what one would expect.

Its the very same suite number as EWPI uses. It is a Regis virtual office. Lots of total scams use them.

I guess we are meant to accept that this "company" with 12 subsidiaries uses a virtual office? LOL That is funny.

Especially when you consider the fact that EWPI was a Monks Den FLD play as well.

So, we have two FLD plays using the same address at the same virtual office suite number. SCAM is all that comes to mind.


Williams markets himself and Monk's Den (which is part of EIGH) by claiming he is a former naval officer and holds a PHD degree from UCONN.

No one can find any evidence that these claims are true and it is not hard to verify a PHD degree. You see PHD's file their Doctoral Thesis into a world wide database. Interestingly enough, Williams's thesis is nowhere to be found within that database. Is he lying? It sure looks that way.

A man that will lie to you about his education will lie to you ABOUT THINGS OF FAR MORE importance-- Like what he is really trying to do with your money.


This is a simple matter which anyone can see whether he or she has a background in accounting or not. The quarterly financial reports filed with pink sheets do not reconcile with one another.

The ending numbers plugged into Q1 and the beginning numbers plugged into Q2 are different. Since the company claims they had no acquisitions during the period there was no consolidated report filed so these numbers should be exactly the same and they are not. It looks as though they just sat down and entered whatever they thought looked good enough to fool you, the investor.

4. The company claims to be setting up a cotton plant in Barbados but shows no assets under plants and equipment. Sorry charlie. That ain't gonna fly.

5. The company claims to be in the clothing business but has no inventories shown in their financial statements. OOPs! That's a dead giveaway that something is seriously wrong with this company's claims.

6. The company claims to be operating 12 subsidiaries but only shows salaries of 42,000 for Q2. That is less than 900 dollars per week in salaries for each sub and what is worse, it shows they still owe the money. Is everyone at all 12 companies working for free?

You see, this is the problem with pink sheet scammers. They never remember to keep their stories straight and are usually outed by their own statements.

7. EIGH claims they will be paying a 10 cent per share cash dividend. The problem is that they do not have enough money in their retained earnings to pay such a dividend and this is an absolute requirement. Additionally, the only dividend they have filed with FINRA is a half penny dividend. They promised to change this by the 3rd of October, but they have not done so. It looks like they have been using lies about a phony divi to induce people to buy their stock.

EIGH? Proceed at your own risk. Let the buyer beware.


Tuesday, October 05, 2010

[EIGH]: Promoter "ryanmnly" advises on how a market maker can avoid detection of communications from the U.S. Government


Tuesday, October 05, 2010
11:29:58 AM
Re: ambystoma post# 67711
Post #67715 of 68163

I've ran telecommunication systems. If you send and receive text based messaging from your own servers, you can simply delete the accounting. If you use 100% VoIP and never hit the POTS network (plain old telephone systems), you are the only record holder. Even the phone companies never know.

Welcome to the world of digital communication where all tracks can be covered.


[EIGH]: Who is promoter "ryanmnly"

.........and what is his involvement with scam company "8000 Inc." (EIGH)?

It appears that this promoter, ryanmnly, has been hyping and pumping scam company EIGH on the Internet stock message boards, particularly Investorshub, as well as viciously attacking the cybersleuths that have been pointing out the red flags of this scam company.

details to follow


Sunday, October 03, 2010

[EIGH]: the_worm06 Initiates Research on company "8000 Inc."

Initial stock price prediction by the_worm06 for company "8000 Inc." (EIGH) is:

$0.01 per share

[note: the stock price of EIGH closed at $0.37 per share on Friday, October 1, 2010, the last trading day before this stock price prediction by the_worm06]