Missouri and TROPTIONS
Comments From A TROPTIONS Holder
It’s time to address the elephant in the room in regards to the goings on with the State of Missouri Securities Division coming up against Garland E. Harris and Troptions Corportation. First of all let me say for the record that I am well aware that Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, and the Missouri Securities Division is only trying to protect investors. That is their job, and it is respected and understood. Unfortunately what’s happening is that people are just simply being scared away from something completely legitimate. This is happening because Missouri is throwing out terms have a very negative impact. Terms like; “misleading”, “illegal”, “penalties”, “unregistered”, “exaggerated”, “false”, and “untrue” to name a few. There is no double that Missouri is only trying to do their job, but certain accusations simply just are not true. “The division is seeking penalties of up to $60,000 from Harris and Troptions for allegedly selling unregistered, non-exempt securities”… I would first off just like to say that ‘TROPTIONS’ is a barter dollar NOT a security. If barter dollars are security, then by all means put a halt on all of the barter exchanges that use barter dollars in Missouri like:
Lynn Development, LLC
Friends and Benefits
International Credit Reserve Exchange
Absolute Barter Company
International Monetary Systems
The division is seeking up to $60,00 in penalties from Mr. Harris and Troptions Corporation. Due to the damage of the reputation and negative impact on the business, Mr. Harris and Troptions Corporation SHOULD sue the State of Missouri for $1,000,000,000 in restitution.
Unfortunately the State of Missouri Securities Division, no matter how much they had good intentions in protecting investors, by “doing their job”, have been the ones who have been “misleading”. Unfortunate.
– A TROPTIONS Holder