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Looks like Mr. Steven Samblis might be back to what many believe is his old tactics of using fake aliases to promote his company ( KHudson ).    Take a look at the following post that was posted on Investors Hub today.

Samblis_NeverGotAnyInvestorMoneyIn fact, as of this writing, 14 posts have appeared on Investors Hub, all in staunch support of Mr. Steven Samblis.  Now take a look at the profile:

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Given Mr. Samblis’s history of having been highly suspected of using bogus aliases before, of which have the exact same tone, tenor and word choice, it appears the evidence is overwhelming… he is at it again.  Who else would know so much information, and be in such strong support, and not have had an account on Investors Hub previously.

Now… notice how the old tactics of creative word choice are used here.  This is a favorite tactic of Mr. Steven Samblis.  Notice how over several posts the poster makes statements about no investor gave the company, or Mr. Samblis, any money via the purchase of shares.  Well the truth is… that’s correct.  However, the dirty little secret is… many of the shares that hit the open market were Asher shares, as we detailed in this post here, and also detail in this post here.

Mr. Samblis would leverage the company shares to secure loans by Asher, that fitting the Asher business model, would never be paid back, and therefore Asher turned the pledged shares into retail shares, and unloaded them on the open market to unsuspecting buyers.  Mr. Samblis would in turn use the cash secured with these loans (called “convertible loans”) to do whatever he wanted.  So… using the creative word choice allows him to say such a ridiculous statement.  Its a ridiculous statement but he calls those that understand what went on… “dim witted”.  This is another very favorite tactic of Mr. Samblis.  He doesn’t like the message, so he attacks the messenger, something Friends knows well.

Folks… if you think this is a real poster, with the vast amount of evidence available everywhere, then perhaps you are just going to learn a hard lesson with your hard earned cash.  But, the wise move here would be to heed the advice of many who have traveled this road before you, and learned the hard way about IMTV, and Mr. Steven Samblis.

AND… the poster goes to great lengths to convince you Mr. Samblis has nothing to do with the public company, but all that is needed to convince everyone, would be to release the “Private Sale” contract.  It should have been filed with the 8K, but late is better than never.  Until you see the actual “Private Sale” contract, you would be well advised to be skeptical, like everyone else is.  Talk is cheap, but the contract will tell the truth.  We suspect that will never happen, and you would be wise to ask yourself… what is being hidden from you???