Action against Respondent in connection with his purchase of the securities of several undisclosed “blank check” companies with the intent to use the companies for future reverse mergers.  According to the SEC, Respondent used nominees to conceal his beneficial ownership of functionally all the issued securities of the blank check companies.  The SEC further alleges that Respondent authorized false press releases and financials and engaged in manipulative trading in the public markets to maintain the blank check companies as viable candidates for future reverse mergers. 

SEC Order

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