Pump-and-Dump Schemer Target of Securities Commission Hearing

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A former Whistler man who ran a crude pump-and-dump scheme is facing sanctions after a BC Securities Commission (BCSC) panel found he had contravened the Securities Act.

Volkmar Guido Hable was found by the BCSC to have been involved in market manipulation involving companies for which he was a director and then fabricated financial statements when confronted by the BCSC.

Meanwhile, Hable appears to have remained active on social media as recently as May promoting his company, Samarium Tennessine Corp., and himself as a billionaire who was the secret Russian connection who paid former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort to exert Russian influence on the American political scene.

In one bizarre post on a Samarium Tennessine Corp. Weebly website – tweeted out on April 28 from Hable’s Twitter account – Hable becomes a woman being interviewed by Forbes writer Celinne Da Costa about how “she” decided to quit “her” job as an advertising executive in New York City to open a retreat in Panama.

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Business In Vancouver – July 7, 2017.

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