Quick Take – Humble Harold and Patrick D (SEFE, NCTW)

Yesterday we examined Humble Harold Sciotto, stock promoter extraordinaire. His resume just screamed out for further study, and your author is glad to have kept digging.

Harold’s Westpac Communications did stock promotion work, back in 2007 and 2008, for Patrick Deparini‘s Nascent Wine (NCTW). From Pinkinvesting.com, here is a partial list of the compensation:

Promoter: Compensation: Date:
QualityStocks An affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Apr 10, 2007
QualityStocks $15,000 per quarter and An affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 22, 2007
QualityStocks An affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 21, 2007
QualityStocks An affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 20, 2007
QualityStocks affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 19, 2007
QualityStocks An affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 16, 2007
QualityStocks 20,000 shares Mar 12, 2007
QualityStocks affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 09, 2007
QualityStocks of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 05, 2007
QualityStocks An affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 02, 2007
QualityStocks affiliate of Westpac Communications currently holds 20,000 shares Mar 01, 2007
QualityStocks holds 20,000 shares Feb 21, 2007
QualityStocks currently holds 20,000 shares Feb 20, 2007

Remember Patrick Deparini*? He is the former CFO of SEFE, runs the presitgious Nascent Group, and is a paralegal at the esteemed law firm of the other Harold, Harold P. Gewerter, Esq.. The firm’s most famous client? CMKX mastermind John Edwards.

Small world.

 

*Patrick recently got involved with another Arizona based shell, White Dental (WITD). Everyone here at BuyersStrike! HQ is excited to see Patrick work his magic in real-time.

 

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One comment

  1. definitely interesting. i wanted to believe in SEFE, and still do on some level even though I exited with a gain after the mayhem because I got in somewhat early. funny mix of luck and ignorance.

    when it comes to micro/nano/bogus/cap, is it always the case that a company with bad ties is necessarily bogus and just a pump shell? i ask because it seems like SEFE is spending money they wouldn’t need to if it were a pure scam (patents, conference sponsorship, revmodo.com). aren’t patents somewhat expensive to acquire? maybe not, but i though so…

    i’m new to the OTC/pink space, and have wondered in general why any “development stage” company would be public if they have a measurably valuable business model.

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