MANASSAS, VA, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ - 000 Inc. (EIGH.pk) announces that it has provided the SEC today additional details of EIGH's proposed merger with an OTCBB company per a February 2, 2011 SEC subpoena on the topic.
EIGH has confirmed with the SEC that it intends to issue a public statement about the status of the current inquiry and has requested the following of the SEC Staff:
Those discussions are expected to ensue shortly.
Legal Counsel, through a second submission, will be:
~ Providing documents identifying the individuals EIGH believes is responsible for the public posting of fraudulent and false allegations made against the Company on internet investor forums and blog sites.
~ Supporting evidence to prove clear association between ALL these matters, and the individuals responsible, is also being given.
~ Submitting further information relating to the fraudulent use of the Company name and marks (including factual documents identifying the recorded publisher of the illegal content on www.8000inc.com (a former EIGH website that has been hijacked) and the associated parties.
Shareholders and the public should also be aware that due to the apparent refusal of at least one brokerage firm to provide a physical certificate to one of its clients, an independent EIGH shareholder, a complaint has been filed with the SEC and a case number now formally allocated.
EIGH will continue to keep its shareholders apprised as events unfold. Also keep updated on 8000inc developments on Facebook or Twitter
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