New York, New York, May 6, 2015 — Zarvic Brothers released the following open letter to stockholders and Chairman/CEO of GEI Global Inc.
An investment group led by Zarvic Brothers is asking GEI Global Chairman and Company CEO Dr. K. Joel Berry to step down from his position with the company.
Zarvic Brothers feels GEI Global is on a downward out of control spiral that needs leadership, direction, and accountability to shareholders now.
Zarvic Brothers Mr. Stirpe said "investors have found ourselves in a terrible situation, but the complete disregard for the lack of accountability at GEI Global is some of the most blatant we have seen. We have encountered a situation where we believe we should not even have to run a proxy fight to change the board composition. Rather, we believe that in any sane business environment director(s) would and should simply resign immediately from GEI Global, either out of pure decency or sheer embarrassment at the public exposure at the lack of accountability".
Zero Revenues, Over $2 million in liabilities, Over $5 million in net loss, and, Earnings Growth last year -1,769.83%
the company had 142 million outstanding common shares. However, the company's OTC Markets page currently lists an outstanding share number of 379 million as of September 10. This practically means that in just one month the company managed to dilute its stock by just over 150%.
In 2014 GEI Global issued toxic convertible notes that convert into common stock at various prices, ranging from a percentile discount from an averaged lowest price prior to conversion, to the absolute bottom at $0.0001 per share. The note that converts at $0.0001 was for $9,500. The conversion of that note alone would equal the issuing of 95 MILLION new GEI Global shares that the note holder could dump at will.
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