- Report: #1139551
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Complaint Review: LUXR
LUXR Luxeyard stock Luxr sent glamorous magazine with hollywood stars pushing this stock and they had NO assets, just HYPE!!!! 8884 Venice Blvd Los Angeles CA 90034 Internet
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I received a glossy elegant magazine in the mail from the desk of Toby Smith-NBT equities research aka www.nbtequitiesresearch.com The entire magazine was devoted to the LUXR stock; They used HYPE and LIES with the help of well known hollywood stars and names of financial analysists to convince the public this stock was poised to grow. They even set their mark that in 3-6 months the stock would be up by a huge percent. They didn't tell us the company was near bankruptcy and had NO money.
As soon as investors put money in at $2.00+ the stock plunged; now at .008 for a high! Their disclosures mean nothing because their intent was to sell investors a LEMON. There was absolutely NO financial strength behind this company. They took our money and ran. The stock PLUNGED by %98.60% for me!! I want my money back and I will take action. I have names.
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