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Wrong Curt Kramer?

Curt X. Kramer

Principal

Asher Enterprises

Direct Phone: (516) ***-****direct phone

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Asher Enterprises

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Background Information

Employment History

Atlantis Internet Group Corp


Owner

Mazuma Holding Corp


Affiliations

BlueTarp Inc

Board Member


Kramer’s Kidz Club

Founder


Web References(44 Total References)


www.reverse-merger.com

In particular, FINRA cited an SEC order issued on November 25, 2013 against Curt Kramer, Mazuma Corporation, Mazuma Funding Corporation and Mazuma Holding Corporation involving violations of Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 504.
FINRA cited that Curt Kramer is a principal of Asher Enterprises and that Asher Enterprises, in turn, is a convertible note holder in ECOS and therefore FINRA was refusing to process the reverse split. In its 8-K filing, ECOS took a strong stance against FINRA, stating that pricing information published by FINRA is inaccurate. In support of their position, ECOS sets forth that the subject reverse split was already legally effective in accordance with state law and therefore FINRA's refusal to reflect such capital change in ECOS trading quotation results in public misinformation regarding the company's capitalization. ECOS also objected to FINRA's application of Rule 6490 in this case by denying that either Mr. Kramer or Asher Enterprises is "connected" with the company as contemplated by the Rule.


www.reverse-merger.com

In particular, FINRA cited an SEC order issued on November 25, 2013 against Curt Kramer, Mazuma Corporation, Mazuma Funding Corporation and Mazuma Holding Corporation involving violations of Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 504.
FINRA cited that Curt Kramer is a principal of Asher Enterprises and that Asher Enterprises, in turn, is a convertible note holder in ECOS and therefore FINRA was refusing to process the reverse split. In its 8-K filing, ECOS took a strong stance against FINRA, stating that pricing information published by FINRA is inaccurate. In support of their position, ECOS sets forth that the subject reverse split was already legally effective in accordance with state law and therefore FINRA's refusal to reflect such capital change in ECOS trading quotation results in public misinformation regarding the company's capitalization. ECOS also objected to FINRA's application of Rule 6490 in this case by denying that either Mr. Kramer or Asher Enterprises is "connected" with the company as contemplated by the Rule.


www.reverse-merger.com

In particular, FINRA cited an SEC order issued on November 25, 2013 against Curt Kramer, Mazuma Corporation, Mazuma Funding Corporation and Mazuma Holding Corporation involving violations of Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 504.
FINRA cited that Curt Kramer is a principal of Asher Enterprises and that Asher Enterprises, in turn, is a convertible note holder in ECOS and therefore FINRA was refusing to process the reverse split. In its 8-K filing, ECOS took a strong stance against FINRA, stating that pricing information published by FINRA is inaccurate. In support of their position, ECOS sets forth that the subject reverse split was already legally effective in accordance with state law and therefore FINRA's refusal to reflect such capital change in ECOS trading quotation results in public misinformation regarding the company's capitalization. ECOS also objected to FINRA's application of Rule 6490 in this case by denying that either Mr. Kramer or Asher Enterprises is "connected" with the company as contemplated by the Rule.


www.reverse-merger.com

In particular, FINRA cited an SEC order issued on November 25, 2013 against Curt Kramer, Mazuma Corporation, Mazuma Funding Corporation and Mazuma Holding Corporation involving violations of Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 504.
FINRA cited that Curt Kramer is a principal of Asher Enterprises and that Asher Enterprises, in turn, is a convertible note holder in ECOS and therefore FINRA was refusing to process the reverse split. In its 8-K filing, ECOS took a strong stance against FINRA, stating that pricing information published by FINRA is inaccurate. In support of their position, ECOS sets forth that the subject reverse split was already legally effective in accordance with state law and therefore FINRA's refusal to reflect such capital change in ECOS trading quotation results in public misinformation regarding the company's capitalization. ECOS also objected to FINRA's application of Rule 6490 in this case by denying that either Mr. Kramer or Asher Enterprises is "connected" with the company as contemplated by the Rule.


www.reverse-merger.com

In particular, FINRA cited an SEC order issued on November 25, 2013 against Curt Kramer, Mazuma Corporation, Mazuma Funding Corporation and Mazuma Holding Corporation involving violations of Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 504.
FINRA cited that Curt Kramer is a principal of Asher Enterprises and that Asher Enterprises, in turn, is a convertible note holder in ECOS and therefore FINRA was refusing to process the reverse split. In its 8-K filing, ECOS took a strong stance against FINRA, stating that pricing information published by FINRA is inaccurate. In support of their position, ECOS sets forth that the subject reverse split was already legally effective in accordance with state law and therefore FINRA's refusal to reflect such capital change in ECOS trading quotation results in public misinformation regarding the company's capitalization. ECOS also objected to FINRA's application of Rule 6490 in this case by denying that either Mr. Kramer or Asher Enterprises is "connected" with the company as contemplated by the Rule.


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