Armada Capital Partners, LLC. Review

Brian Goldberg of Jefferson Street Capital LLC and Gabriel Berkowitz and Andrew Avitan of Armada Capital Partners, LLC are secretly controlled by convicted serial fraudster Joseph C. Canouse (see Hyperdynamics fraud lawsuit (HYPERDYNAMICS CORPORATION v. SOUTHRIDGE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC) which was later successfully prosecuted by the SEC and involved serial fraudster Steve Hicks. Also see EXPU (which became HIPH) scam. | Brian Goldberg of Jefferson Street Capital LLC and Gabriel Berkowitz and Andrew Avitan of Armada Capital Partners, LLC who are controlled by Joseph C. Canouse, conspire to illegally manipulate the price of stocks and illegally naked short stocks. If you see both of these funds in a deal, establish a short position in the company as the price of the stock is sure to death spiral from their illegal naked shorting and toxic death spiral converts. Joseph C. Canouse is the brains behind the operations and uses Brian Goldberg who is a young kid as a front man and public face of Jefferson Street Capital LLC and also recruited Gabriel Berkowitz and Andrew Avitan of Armada Capital Partners, LLC to help illegally naked short and conceal Joseph Canouse’s involvement as the criminal mastermind behind the operation. | The real control person for Jefferson Street Capital is Joseph Canouse which has been hidden but they made a mistake as it was disclosed in the Quarterly Report of Harrison, Vickers & Waterman, Inc. for the 3 months ended December 31, 2018. This can be found on the otcmarkets website. Brian Goldberg of Jefferson Street Capital did a toxic death spiral and illegally shorted (with the help of Gabriel Berkowitz and Andrew Avitan of Armada Capital Partners, LLC) the stock of Harrison, Vickers & Waterman, Inc. and their stock price is now .0001 and the company has gone dark with a stop sign. | With Hyperdynamics scam Steve Hicks and Joe Canouse conspired to engage in fraud and market manipulation involving toxic convertible financing transactions with companies seeking private placement investors. They entered into toxic convertible financing agreements with the then-present intent to surreptitiously use short sales and naked short sales to manipulate the value of the company’s stock by driving the price downward, and to then acquire a majority position in the company upon the conversion of the investor’s unlawful toxic convertible financing. | Joseph C. Canouse is now fraudulently inducing companies into the predatory investment scheme, by using Brian Goldberg of Jefferson Street Capital LLC and Gabriel Berkowitz and Andrew Avitan of Armada Capital Partners, LLC as front men for his fraudulent scheme. | Hyperdynamics showed how the defendants knowingly, willfully and deliberately coordinated their alleged illegal selling tactics in an effort to manipulate the market for Hyperdynamics securities and maximize their profits, and that they were motivated by an intent and desire to own a majority of Hyperdynamics common shares of stock and take over control of Hyperdynamics. Prior to that happening, Hyperdynamics suspended all conversion requests made by the Defendants of their preferred stock into common stock.

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Name: Armada Capital Partners, LLC.

Country: United States

State: Florida

City: Lake Worth

Address: 7703 Springfield Lake Dr.

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Website: www.armadacp.com/

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