Some companies compensate news dissemination and financial marketing firms who provide dissemination and other marketing services in cash or securities to increase awareness, provide coverage, promote, tout or recommend their stocks. While this isn't illegal, the federal securities laws require the newsletters to disclose who paid them, the amount, and the type of payment. But many fraudsters fail to do so." In order to be in full compliance with the Securities Act of 1933, Section 17(b), any consideration to OTCNM, its affiliated members and its management will be fully disclosed if applicable. OTCNM, and/or any of its affiliates, principles, employees, clients, partners, directors, agents, and the respective family members may from time to time buy or hold shares of any of our profiled companies prior to releasing it to the membership via email or website posting. We also may sell our shares in any profiled company at any time after the profile has been released to the membership which may allow us to profit from the sale.
Listed below is how or if OTC News Media, Inc. was compensated:
$10,000 paid by non-affiliated third party
No Compensation paid
$15,000 paid by non-affiliated third party
$2,500 paid by non-affiliated third party