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I represent a well organized resource company with subsidiaries producing approximately $6,000,000 in revenue.

This company is a consolidation of companies and it is wanting to go public, it has a $10,000,000 financing committed and accessable once it is trading. We have discussed the option of filing from scratch but would prefer to do a reverse merger into a trading company leaving the provider of the public company with equity. The company works in resources which includes, oil and gas and precious minerals. Interested parties should contact me directly. NO BROKERS. PRINCIPALS ONLY.

WS Wayne

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we can hlep you out. We can get it merged with a public bank. Public bank is in need of capital. With approx. $10 M capital bank will become over captalised.
Robin Trehan

Jun 7, 2010

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