"In my opinion the same stunt was pulled in 1999, with Value Net, It must of worked back then....why not try it again "
Striking similarities. I hope Vicky notes that it must have all been legit since they had Wayne Gretzky, Don Cherry, Team Canada, the NHL and the NHLPA on board. They would not have lent their names unless they were sure this was a great company.
RE: Nicolas Abe - You be the judge of him??
also equally interesting... David Lucatch CEO of INT you be the judge of him.
For those of you have not met Mr. David Lucatch, let’s remind of you his successes as an entrepreneur:
Lucatch was the founder and CEO of Valu-Net Corp. which went public via a reverse merger of a shell company back in 1997. Valu-Net was described as “a marketing and technology company specializing in Internet marketing solutions, integrated retail and business strategies and electronic commerce and transaction technologies”. Valu-Net brought on big names like Wayne Gretzky and Don Cherry to help promote their various products.
Despite the vast opportunities that were available to those with vision on the future of the internet, and after over 75 press releases, Valu-Net traded down to $.06 by October of 2001. It peaked at around $3 early in 1999 amidst much promotional fanfare.
Lucatch left the company in May of 2000 to “pursue other interests”. Its’ deal with Gretzky ended up in a lawsuit which the company settled by paying $425,000 in cash and shares.
The company hobbles on to this day, but after adjusting for a share consolidation
it trades at the equivalent of $.004 a share.