Just the other day, the Electronic Frontier Foundation issued a report on a little Georgia company called LIGATT Security International. You gotta love these guys. They don't just give a hoot about what people say about them on message boards, but they've gone to court to sue the ones that have said tewwible, mean things about them.This little OTC gem raises as many red flags as you'd find on the New York State Thruway when its blacktop is being resurfaced, and a good number are mentioned in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's report. But there's one that the EFF left out that fits right in with the image of the solid corporate citizen we're dealing with here: Just the other day, LIGATT executed a 1 for 2,000 reverse split.
Reverse Splits Are the Pits - Gary Weiss
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