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Make Big Money With This Investment Strategy!!

You too can make BIG profits with this secret investing method. It's called the Related Party transaction tool. Below you will see ACTUAL examples of how this works! And work it does as you see!!
You,too,can use this nifty method to maximize Income. Become a RELATED PARTY today and profit!!

I picked a Junior Co. named GNZ randomly out of the hat.These actual Financials prove the RELATED PARTY scheme works!!!

Rent paid to a Co. controlled by a Director:  2006-2007- $5559    2008- $67,973   2009- $71,444
Management Fees paid to a Director of the Co.:   2006- $33,000    2007- $69,000
Management Fees paid to a Co. controlled by a Director:   2006- $48,000    2007- $69,000
Consulting Fees paid to a Co. controlled by a Director:   2007- $42,510
Debentures raised from a Co. controlled by a Director- July 5,2006  $147,000 at 10% interest,payable monthly for a 6 month term.  Feb. 2007 the  $147,000 Principal + $14,700 in Interest repaid.    March 31,2007   $2252 still owing.  June 30 2007   $5234 still owing.  <<<<< Note how this was paid in full,but $2252 still remained owing as of March 31,2007. By June,2007 this had risen to $5234 still owing.

An officer and a director of the Corporation is a controlling shareholder of Mercury Oil & Gas Ventures Inc. (“Mercury”). During the year ended March 31, 2008 the Company paid a total of $384,191 to Mercury which is included in Oil and gas properties.  An additional deposit of $150,000 was made subsequent to year-end.

During the year ended March 31, 2008, the Corporation incurred management fees of $501,000 to companies controlled by directors; the Corporation also incurred consulting fees of $72,372 to a company controlled by a director.

During the year ended March 31, 2009, the Corporation incurred management fees of $240,000 to
companies controlled by directors; the Corporation also incurred office rent of $71,444 and consulting
fees of $151,440 to a company controlled by a director.

During the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009, $496,306 was owing to directors of the Corporation, and to
companies controlled by directors.

GNZ Bonuses paid to Chapman and Dame   2008-  $150,000 each

GNZ  Office and General Expenses   2006- $80,257    2007- $80,521   2008- $177,000   2009- $388,000
Shares outstanding:  2007- 54 million     Presently- 103 million