[This post contains thoughts about Tyme Technologies (TYME) from January 2019. Due to recent events, and its transformation from Cancercrapper to Coronacrapper it seems appropriate to re-examine it now, two years later. Fans of biocrap will recognize several names from fellow Coronacrapper Relief Therapeutics (RLFTF) as well.]
Back in March 2012 a wretched Siesta Key, FL shell company called Global Group Enterprises (GGET) was born out of the offices of Diane J. Harrison.
Diane is well known among fans of small cap stock scams, and to the SEC. She has the rare honor of being one of the few lawyers ever chastised for their role in aiding, abetting, and perpetrating stock frauds.
The SEC’s complaint alleges that attorney Diane J. Harrison, Esq. and her husband, Michael J. Daniels, both of Palmetto, Florida, manufactured at least five microcap issuers with the undisclosed intent to sell them based on their status as public companies with purportedly unrestricted shares available for resale in the public markets. According to the complaint, Daniels and Harrison created the false appearance that the companies were pursuing specific business plans with independent management and shareholders by installing friends and family (including defendant Catherine A. Bradaick-Zolla of Sarasota, Florida, who also provided other assistance to the fraud) as purported officers and shareholders.
and that’s not all:
The SEC’s complaint also alleges that Harrison participated in a separate fraudulent scheme involving at least 11 undisclosed blank check companies secretly controlled by Alvin S. Mirman and Sheldon R. Rose. The SEC previously filed enforcement actions against Mirman and Rose, who were also convicted of criminal charges and sentenced to prison based on the same alleged conduct. According to the SEC’s complaint, Harrison provided at least 21 false legal opinion letters in furtherance of Mirman and Rose’s scheme.
Read the full complaint here.
The shell was ostensibly run by Andrew Keck, whose wife, Sarah Keck, ran another Harrison scam, Neutra Corp (NTRR).
Not long after, in February 2013, control of the shell was bought by Ed Tobin, Christopher Brown and the fine folks at GEM Advisors (aka Global Emerging Markets aka GEM Group etc.) in NYC. Only now, the company has moved from one dirty lawyer, to another.
Yes, our good friend, and ex-convict, Adam S. Gottbetter. Readers might recall his Very Bad Day.
Fast forward to 2015, and the GGET shell merges with a private bioturd, creating TYME. Naturally there is a press release to trumpet the good news. Perhaps the contact name will ring a bell?
Indeed, it’s the Big Ram himself, part of any sell side whore dream team. Most famous for his relentless shilling of Ampio (AMPE).
Funny that his resume doesn’t show his moonlighting:
Nor does his CRD:
Or does it? It turns out Rags was fired from not one, but two, bucket shops for failing to disclose his lucrative side business!
FIRM DISCOVERED THAT INDIVIDUAL APPARENTLY HAS BEEN ACTING AS THE INVESTOR RELATIONS CONTACT FOR A PUBLIC COMPANY IN COMPENSATION FOR WHICH HE HAD RECEIVED SHARES OF COMMON STOCK IN THE COMPANY, ALONG WITH CASH PAYMENTS. NEITHER THE IR ROLE NOR OWNERSHIP OF THE SHARES AND CASH PAYMENTS WERE DISCLOSED TO THE FIRM
Read the full CRD here to learn more.
Just how lucrative? How about 250,000 shares and over $8k a month, for a part-time gig hyping reverse merger trash.
With two dirty lawyers and a dubious sell side whore working IR, just wait until we dig into the “trial” of TYME’s magic pill and its “results”.