"We have taken all available measures to protect the company and our stockholders, from attaining our trading symbol from a 15c2-11 to becoming DTC eligible and then a DRS Participant. Now, we must rely on the regulatory agencies, FINRA and the SEC. We would also request that stockholders assist us by sending us information about their current holdings and evidence of same, a copy of a statement (account numbers may be blacked out) or GOSY stock certificate, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Stockholders with any information or immediate concerns should feel free to contact us at 1-866-227-3268. We hope to verify the location of all outstanding certificates and verify that stockholders are not holding shares that entered the system by fraud.
"It is simply appalling to us that after working over fifteen years to develop technologies that can do great good for many tens of thousands of families, that market trading is adversely influenced by notorious international con artists such as George MacLeod and others -- can prevent companies such as ours -- from getting the necessary funding to hire dozens and eventually even hundreds of unemployed engineers, programmers, marketers, and manufacturing employees. The greed of Wall Street, brokers and bankers who 'look the other way,' ignoring the parasitic activities of international con artists who exploit loopholes in the system to engage in illicit stock influencing and/or money laundering.
"Unfortunately, it is easier and more profitable for a brokerage to naked short a stock, betting that it will go down and then fulfilling their own prophecy by creating negative publicity on internet social media sites to deliberately manipulate the trading of that stock -- than to invest in a stock betting it will go up. While this practice is illegal, it is widespread and a part of the Wall Street culture. This is the same sort of hedging and financial shell games that led to the 2008 economic crisis. Enforcement of laws against this sort of activity is spotty at best, and we believe enforcement will have to be stepped up in order for the US economy to regain its strength, vigor, and enable small businesses, like GeckoSystems, to hire the unemployed.
"GeckoSystems' present inability to build and sell the robots that have been in development for over a decade is a direct result of this 'short attack.' Tens of thousands of disabled and thousands of families needing help with family care for children, chronically ill, and the elderly need SafePath(tm) Wheelchairs and or CareBot personal assistance robot, the only reason they are not available is our past inability to raise capital in a corrupted market that has us under extreme NSS. Now with an ongoing FINRA investigation, we are confident they will honor their charter to protect investors. We have engaged FINRA and contacted the senior management of several domestic and international brokerages due to our long time commitment to our 1300+ stockholders," concluded Spencer.
GeckoSystems has been developing innovative robotic technologies for over fifteen years. It is CEO Martin Spencer's dream to make people's lives better through robotic technology.
Exhaustive due diligence on the technology is available on the site, GeckoSystems has tried to make this information understandable to the average investor, but informative enough that prospective licensees and professionals in the field will gain valuable insight into the technology.
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