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Complaint Review: DISCOVERYCARBON ENVIRONMENTALSECURITIES and EQCO2 (CLNO)
DISCOVERYCARBON ENVIRONMENTALSECURITIES and EQCO2 (CLNO)Cheyenne Way Zephyr Cove, Nevada USA
DISCOVERY CARBON ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITIES and EQCO2 (CLNO) Billy Barnwell, Shad Sullivan, Arnold F. Sock Fraud, misrepresentation, hijack Zephyr Cove Nevada
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Allegations of Fraud Repudiated by Maker
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Mike Zaman vs. EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) / Billy Barnwell, Shad Sullivan, and Arnold F. Sock
Billy Barnwell, CEO of EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) has been named as one of defendants in a lawsuit that alleges fraud and misrepresentation among the complaints.
The lawsuit was filed on August 30, 2013 by attorney Anthony M. Santos, Esq. in Clark County, Nevada.
On the same day an 8-K was filed by EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) in a power play that would create a change of control of the company giving Billy Barnwell 93.77% voting control.
Some of the issues addressed in the 8-K:
- Billy Barnwell receiving 500,000 shares of Preferred Stock Series B (giving him 93. [continued below]....
Plaintiffs Crown Equity Holdings, Inc. (CRWE), a Nevada Corporation and ZAMAN & Co, a Nevada Corporation, bring this complaint (1) in their respective individual capacities; and (2) derivatively, as shareholders of nominal-Defendant EQCO2, INC. (CLNO) (F/K/A CLEANTECH TRANSIT, INC.) a Nevada Corporation, against Defendants DISCOVERY CARBON ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITIES, INC., a Nevada Corporation and WILLIAM BARNWELL, an Individual.
The Complaint centers on an Exchange Agreement between Plaintiff CROWN, EQCO2, INC. (CLNO) (F/K/A CLEANTECH TRANSIT, INC.) (“CTI”) and Defendant DISCOVERY CARBON ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITIES, INC., a significant controlling stake in CTI in the form of newly issued Series “B” Preferred Shares.
To read the Entire Lawsuit, CLICK HERE (http://crownequityholdings.com/CRWE_vs_EQCO2.pdf) with the Case No. A-13-687800-C (http://crownequityholdings.com/CaseDetail.aspx.htm).
The Complaint alleges breach of contract, nonperformance, fraud and misrepresentation against the Defendants, the Plaintiffs both individually and a derivative capacity, seek to rescind the Exchange Agreement as a result.
You can find Current SEC Filings at http://crownequityholdings.com/sec_filings.html
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