SEC v. George David Gordon, Joshua Wayne Lankford, and Dean Joseph Sheptycki

SEC Complaint against George David Gordon, Joshua Wayne Lankford, and Dean Joseph Sheptycki


This is an SEC complaint files to stop a "pump and dump" operation.

This complaint was brought against Defendants G. David Gordon, Joshua Lankford, and Dean Sheptycki for their roles in a scheme to defraud the public by manipulating the share prices of three penny stocks: National Storm Management Group, Inc., Deep Rock Oil and Gas, Inc., and Global Beverages Solutions, Inc.

The Defendants obtained market domination in the Target Stocks; engaged in coordinated trading activity, including the use of illegal matched orders; and created and distributed to the public deceptive promotional materials, all of which generated the false appearance of investor interest in the Target Stocks thereby artificially inflating the prices of the shares. Defendants, acting in concert with other persons, sold shares of the same three Target Stocks they were recommending that the public buy.

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Reference Info:Pleadings | Federal, 10th Circuit, Oklahoma | United States

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