SEC Suspends Trading In 26 Firms’ Shares

     WASHINGTON – The SEC today suspended trading in shares of 26 companies “that appear to have usurped the identity of defunct or inactive publicly-traded corporations using a tactic known as corporate hijacking.” Click headline to see the companies named.




     Here are the companies, and trading symbols, of the suspended corporations: Andros Isle Development Corp. (AVPJ); Asante Networks, Inc. (ASTN); Beluga Composites Corporation (BGCC); Cobra Energy Inc. (CBNG); Complete Care Medical, Inc. (CCMI); Disability Access Corporation (DBYC); El Alacran Gold Mine Corp. (EAGM); Extreme Fitness Inc. (EXTF); Gaming Transactions Inc. (GGTS); Global Equity Fund, Inc. (GEQF); HealthSonix Inc. (HSXI); IQ Webquest, Inc. (IQWB); JSX Energy Inc. (JSXG); Kensington Industries, Inc. (KSGT); Kingslake Energy Inc. (KGLJ); L International Computers Inc. (LITL); Let’s Talk Recovery Inc. (LKRV); Mobilestream, Inc. (MSRM); Mvive, Inc. (MVIV); Native American Energy Group Inc. (NVMG); Paramount Gold and Silver Corp. (PZG); Regal Technologies Inc. (RGTN); Remington Ventures, Inc. (REMV); Straight Up Brands, Inc. (STRU); Transglobal Oil Corp. (TRGO); and Turquoise Development Company (TQDC).

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