Yup,,, another example of a total fleecing tactic which is conveniently overlooked by regulators.

One thing that all of these insider scams have in common is that their defense it that it adds liquidity to the market.

For who?

I don't need instant liquidity if I am investing on fundamentals and truly backing the future sucess of a particular company. I do due diligence and invest. It doesn't work anymore in todays penny pinching market.

Shorters and day traders need this false high liquidity, not me.