New Media Insight Group (NMED) is a bit of an odd promotion. I have only received emails from one promoter: INO.com (they aren’t technically stock promoters but they did get paid to send a promotional email to their email list). I received these emails on May 19th and have not received anything since then promoting NMED. The emails linked to http://nmedinfo.com/
Disclosed budget: $400,000
Promoter: Andy Carpenter / Wall Street Revelator
Paying party: CTSV Investments
Shares outstanding: 29,768,750
Previous closing price: $1.54
Market capitalization: $45 million
Excerpt from disclaimer:
The publisher, The Wall Street Revelator, understands that in an effort to enhance public awareness of New Media Insights and its securities through the distribution of this advertisement, CTSV Investments paid all of the costs associated with creating, printing and distribution of this advertisement which are estimated to be approximately $400,000. The publisher was paid the sum of $10,000 for its contributions
The publisher understands that CTSV Investments owns 1 million shares of New Media Insights common stock and has warrants to purchase an additional 1 million shares at a price of $1.00 per share.
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