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This blog is not frequently updated because most case-by-case scam reports are now listed in subordinate blogs. At this point in time, most of my efforts are targeted at documenting employment scams in the Suckers Wanted blog.


Pump and Dump: CYRR.PK

Today's stock manipulation spam scam is for "Canary Resources, Inc." (CYRR.PK). It comes as no surprise that this is a sub-dollar stock, since the cheaper the stock, the larger each one cent change is as a percentage of the full price. This particular spam was received from (an undistinguished IP address under the control of on Sat, 09 Apr 2005 06:26:30 +0000. The hype is reproduced below for your information.

Update at 2005-04-09 10:00: a second copy has arrived, received from (in Thailand, probably an ADSL line) on Sat, 09 Apr 2005 09:45:34 +0000.

Update at 2005-04-10 05:56: a third copy has arrived, received from ( on Sun, 10 Apr 2005 04:33:38 +0000.

Update at 2005-04-11 14:04: a fourth copy has arrived, received from ( on Mon, 11 Apr 2005 12:29:24 +0000.


APRIL     2005

!!!       NEW U.S. ENERGY COMPANY       !!! 

-NEW ISSUE-                                                                                    -NEW ISSUE- 



Current Price   $.86   [4/07/05]     10 Day - 14 Day Price Projection   $3.00-4.00 

stock closed at .86 on Friday. Look for big Move on Monday

Canary becomes the operator and owner of a 75% working interest in Osborn Energy's entire 
undeveloped land position of approximately 76,869 acres of approximately 400,000 acres in 
North Eastern Kansas, and  West Central Missouri. In exchange for funding all 
drilling activity, Osborn Energy retains a 25% working interest. 
It is expected that this acreage will yield over 1,800 drill locations.

James Beatty, CEO of Canary Resources, Inc. commented, "We are fortunate to have a partner in Osborn Energy, the most experienced explorer and operator in the Forest City Basin, and the first company with commercial gas production. Osborn Energy's extensive investment in field-testing and research into drilling, completion, and production techniques provide a major competitive advantage for Canary Resources which mitigates exploration and development risk."


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These spammers / scam artists have been overwhelming my e-mail in-box with many instances of the same spam per day. I have reported them to Spamcop, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Securities Exchange Commission but nothing seems to stop the barrage of spam.

If someone could identify the spam source I'd like to see a vigilante group take action to ensure that this scam artist stops sending all this spam.