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Stop Illegal Naked Shorting of ELTP

160 Signatures Goal: 250

Please take one minute of your time to sign this petition to have the SEC look into the possible illegal naked shorting of ELTP. ELTP has been on the Reg SHO list now since June of 2009 when it was delisted to the OTC:BB. Simply put, that means ELTP has possibly been illegally shorted with a threshold amount of Failures To Deliver. Translated, that means if you are a long shareholder you are being fleeced by someone illegally stealing from you by illegally shorting this stock. There are rules in place to protect us from this very thing happening. Unfortunately it often gets ignored or overlooked. No longer with ELTP! I know we all feel like our voices can't be heard, but collectively we can and will make a difference. Thank you for your time!

Links

http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ELTP/short-sales




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  • Hans Brost
    Hans Brost United States, Palm Desert
    May 08, 2016
    May 08, 2016
    They should be hung by the neck until dead.
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    Hans Brost United States
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    Jonathan Caballero United States
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