The Cortellazzi Consortium

August 31, 2007

The Hook

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The Cortellazzi Consortium (as do all other similar ventures) require a “hook” a product which they use to sell shares, lots and lots of shares.

The latest Cortellazzi ventures (there have been so many past ventures) have included in the past year alone:

Bottled water (Coastal Holdings) , mining (He-5 Resources, M45 Mining, U Mining) Ethanol (Umining’s predecessor Globex).

Currently the “hook” is Bio-Diesel (UMining) .

Recently, UMining announced to great fanfare they were in negotiations to acquire a Multi-Million Dollar Bio-Diesel Plant in United States.

The announcement went on to say:

“We are in the final negotiation stages and will inform our shareholders on a timely basis of any major developments related to this proposed acquisition.”

A mere 3 days later, another Press Release softened the tone of the first by announcing that UMining had only signed a “Letter of Intent to Acquire an Initial 40% Interest in a US Bio-Diesel Facility Valued at $25 Million”.

The same press release went on to describe the Bio-Diesel plant as follows:

“The facility is in a prime location due to its close proximity to low cost raw material supply and five state and federal highways. It is dedicated to the large scale production of two bio-diesel blends that significantly reduce environmentally harmful emissions compared to conventional diesel. One of the blends can reduce CO2 emissions by 78% and lower the carcinogenic properties of diesel fuel by 94%. Other key advantages of bio-diesel compared to conventional diesel are: (1) it is biodegradable; (2) could lower US dependence on imported oil and increase its energy security; (3) contributes to an engine’s lubricity or its ease of movement; and (4) it is safer since it is non-toxic and has a higher flashpoint. The plant employs multi-feedstock processors that, coupled with stringent cost controls of raw feed-stocks, results in a produced price well below that of the national and regional price indexes.

The facility’s regular monthly production capacity is estimated at 17.6 million gallons of the bio-diesel blends or about 212 million gallons per year. The facility is comprised of 1,300 acres; 240 acres improved with extensive infrastructure. The property has 175,000 square feet of industrial space, a complete sewer system and a dual spur railroad bed leading directly into one of the larger facilities. In addition, the facility includes a laboratory, ambulance, fire station, self-contained water system with pumping station and asphalt paved service roads.

The bio-diesel blends will be targeted towards the following four customer categories that have expressed a high level of demand for the innovative fuels: Retail, Wholesale, Commercial and Governmental. Based on the expected sales and a net margin of 40 cents and 20 cents per gallon on each blend, the facility is projected to achieve a Gross Profit (pre-tax) of $62.4 million per year with $106 million of federal tax credits usable to the owner of the business. The profits will be strategically re-invested to rapidly grow the brand and extend sales far beyond the regional area via a nationwide licensing program.”

Interestingly, the National Bio-Diesel Board (NBB) lists major producers in the United States (map) .

According to the US Department of Energy, the largest Bio-Diesel facility located in Washington State opened for business a day earlier.

However, this facility (the largest producer in the US) produces 100 million gallons a year :

“Imperium Renewables officially opened the nation’s largest biodiesel production plant on August 15th near Aberdeen, Washington, about 75 miles southwest of Seattle. The new facility in Grays Harbor has the capacity to produce 100 million gallons of biodiesel per year, which is greater than the entire U.S. production of biodiesel in 2005.

That would be 112 million gallons less than the plant which is described by UMining in it’s August 23rd Press Release.

In short, the facility described in UMining’s Press Release doesn’t exist.

Issuing Press Releases for fictitious ventures and contracts isn’t unusual conduct for Mr. Cortellazzi.

In 2004, while CEO of Cort-Dev Inc. (short for Cortellazzi Development) declared it had acquired a contract to build hangars and office space at St-Hubert Airport, near Montreal.

In May 2004, it was stated on the Cort-Dev website:

With respect to the St. Hubert Airport project , negotiations are in progress with numerous tenants (e.g. conference organizers and hospitality companies) and aviation-related businesses. The gross amount of these contracts is estimated to be over $3 million.

CortDev Inc. projects revenues of approximately $3.5 million in 2004 and $7.5 million in 2005, by which time it expects to be profitable. CortDev Inc. is also in negotiations to acquire interests in several private technology companies. These acquisitions will be merged into CDVJ’s wholly-owned, Coastal Holdings, Inc. (CSJJ: Pink Sheets).

The May 2004 website indicated that it had retained “Montreal based architectural firm Groupe Leclerc for the construction of a 52,000 square-foot building hangar on a 160,000 square-foot lot, including new offices, workshop, larger ramp and additional aircraft parking spaces” and posted some proposed plans.

Later in July 2004, Cort-Dev issued this Press Release:

CortDev, Inc.’s St. Hubert Project on Track for Phase I
Business Wire, July 14, 2004

HOUSTON — CortDev, Inc. (CDVJ: Pink Sheets) is pleased to announce that phase I of the St. Hubert Airport project is ready to commence. CDVJ has made a firm business decision to immediately proceed with its original plan to construct the hangar with adjoining offices and rental space. The reason for this decision is due to the high demand for the hangar and rental space from past and prospective tenants. CDVJ believes that it cannot afford to wait for the general approval process between St. Hubert Airport and Dash L to run its course, which could take approximately 3 to 4 months. By commencing Phase I of the project in short order, CDVJ will gain a competitive advantage over other companies that decide to wait until the current approval process is completed. This should result in a higher level of profitability for CDVJ both in the short- and long-term. CEO Andrea Cortellazzi stated, “We are confident in our decision to commence the St. Hubert project right away, and without involving any other parties at the current time. Demand for the hangar and rental space is there for the taking and we are in a good position to capitalize on this before any other company does.”

An October 2004 Press Release issued it’s last update on the project:

CortDev, Inc. Provides Update on Status of St. Hubert Airport Project
Thursday October 7, 4:10 pm ET

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct. 7, 2004–CortDev, Inc. (Pink Sheets: CDVJ – News) is pleased to update investors on the current status of the St. Hubert Airport project. All the necessary documents to proceed with the construction of the hangar have been submitted to Director Michel Beaudoin, which include the location plans and architectural renderings. Based on these documents the Airport and CDVJ have designated a specific site for the Airport hangar. The complete application will now be submitted and reviewed by higher authorities. In the meantime CDVJ will continue to follow-up on all leads with respect to those parties interested in leasing space within the hangar. CEO Andrea Cortellazzi stated, “This has been a longer process than we originally thought, but we are pleased to be near our goal of breaking ground on this major project for the Company and its shareholders. Our building, according to Mr. Beaudoin, will probably be used as a model for all future buildings at the St. Hubert Airport.”

For more information please contact CEO Andrea Cortellazzi at (647) 886-2703
However, it would appear that a month later no one at the St-Hubert airport was aware of this contract submission:

Posted by: Greely
In reply to: None
Date:10/18/2004 7:30:05 PM
Post #of 762

Hey there folks spoke with my contact today.

The person (employees’s husband) is on the board and says the following ;

– They have had two meetings so far.
– Dash L took posetion of the land and airport from the federal government approx one month ago.
– They are just at the stage of creating the company as we speak.
– They have (Dash L) Received a $3000000.00 loan from the federal government to cover current operating deficite that the airport has.
– The topic of the first two board meetings has been the creation of the company.
– No talk yet of airport construction, retail etc (very important caviat— AS FAR AS HE KNOWS). And as there has been no talk of specific construction etc. he has never heard of Cort Dev. But then why would he if they havent discussed the portion they are involved in yet.
– I asked what the timelines seem to be and he answered that no really clear timelines have been set in stone yet but that if we are investing in this in some way that it would be a long term investment for 4-5 years down the road. Having said that … this person is an aviation expert and says that small regional airports like this will be a huge market over the next 10 – 15 years!
– Dash L not only has the Airport but large (damn he told me how many acres but I forget and forgot to write it dowm)very large peice of prime comercial real estate which they plan to sell off and develop…. for those who do not live here, it is surrounded by other large retail, comercial and tons of residential.

Sorry for the long post folks but I wanted to share all the info I had. Unfortunately I really do’nt feel any better about my investment in Cort Dev at this point but the St HUbert project shure seems exciting.

I will be forwarding him a link to Cot Dev’s site and see if the plans etc. mean anything to him.

Hoping for the best,


Two months later, the Cort-Dev website announced 2004 was a good year for Cort-Dev. The sister company Coastal Holdings was doing well. The companies had refocused on Oil in the US, real-estate in Virginia and Paris, France, because the St-Hubert Project had been “cancelled”:

“CortDev, Inc. Announces Successful 2004 and is Poised for Solid Growth in 2005

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec. 15, 2004–CortDev, Inc. (PINK SHEETS:CDVJ – News), a real estate development company, today announced that 2004 has been a successful year for the Company and that it is poised for solid growth in 2005. Over the past year, CDVJ has reached several significant milestones including the acquisition of a strong asset base with valuable real estate property in Montreal, QC and a major equity interest in an emerging technology holding company, Coastal Holdings Inc. The value of these assets will be confirmed by the financial audit and statements that will be completed in short order.

he Company is pleased to announce that negotiations are proceeding well with regards to its major expansion projects as detailed in the September 7th press release. This involves the acquisition of an interest in three major projects: (1) Rights to 10-15 oil wells in Colorado; (2) A multi-million dollar residential development project in West Virginia; and (3) A 10% stake in a large residential property in Paris, France. The Company will update shareholders in the coming year of its progress and developments with respect to these projects.

CDVJ today also announced that due to the continued weakness in the international aerospace industry, especially in Canada, the Company has decided to cancel the St. Hubert Airport project. After a comprehensive financial review of the project, Management has determined that it is not in the best interests of the Company and its shareholders. CDVJ has now shifted its focus to commercial real estate development projects. The Company is in negotiations with major developers in Canada and the US to acquire an interest and take an active role in several lucrative projects. Further details will be disclosed once a letter of intent is signed with any of these parties. CEO Andrea Cortellazzi stated, “Due to the low interest rate environment, the commercial real estate markets are performing very well and are forecast to continue to do so into next year and beyond. These projects make financial sense for CDVJ and we expect that they will add significant value to the Company over and above what the St. Hubert project would have.”

For more information please contact CEO Andrea Cortellazzi at (514) 288-9699 or visit “

This being said the current “bio-diesel ” project bears striking similarities with earlier Cortellazzi ventures.


August 29, 2007

The Silent Partners

These modern day Robber Barons have high speed printing presses ready to do their bidding however to sell large amounts of these shares , you need something to capture the attention of Penny Stock investors, a market with less control than most. The Cortellazzi Consortium operates in Canada out of arms reach of the SEC and US law enforcement.

These modern day Robber Barons have no lack of imagination when it comes to the subject matter of the shares. Umining (previously Globex) under the direction of Jean Michel de Montigny started out July 2006 promoting “Ethanol”, then in early January 2007 moved into “Uranium” mining (not your most environmentally friendly mineral ), recently Umining dropped the “Ethanol” and announced it was moving into “Bio-Diesel”.

Coincidentally, Mr. Cortellazzi’s M45 Mining also has “uranium” claims and Mr. Ollu’s He-5 Resources has mineral claims as well.

More precisely, the claims for both M45 and He-5 so happen to be in the same area:

“Quantitative Methods, Corp. Announces $4.5 Million
Investment in the Matagami Mining Camp

Wednesday January 17, 8:30 am ET

Key Acquisition in Goal to Become Important Player in Mining Industry

NEW YORK, NY–(MARKET WIRE)–Jan 17, 2007 — Quantitative Methods, Corp. (OTC BB:QTTM.OBNews) today announced that it has made a $4.5 million investment in the Matagami Mining Camp, located in the Province of Quebec, Canada. This investment involves the acquisition of numerous mining claims in the world-class mining district. The Company will release further details on this investment immediately upon final legal and regulatory approval of the transaction. The realization of this significant investment by QTTM is the result of five months of intense negotiations with the property owners. It serves as the cornerstone of its goal to become an important player in the mineral exploration and development industry.”

“HE-5 Resources, Corp. Acquires Claims in Matagami Mining Camp

Claims are Adjacent to Perseverance Zinc Mine Owned by Falconbridge Limited

NEW YORK, NY– (MARKET WIRE)—October 18, 2006 – HE-5 Resources, Corp. (HRRN: Pink Sheets), is pleased to announce the acquisition of claims in the Matagami Mining Camp, Quebec; located adjacent to the Perseverance zinc mine owned by Falconbridge Limited, subsidiary of Xstrata plc. HE-5 has completed the acquisition of 176 mining claims covering an area of 70 square miles in the Matagami Mining Camp. The Company plans to acquire additional claims that would more than double its current interest in this prolific mining camp.

The mining claims are located approximately 10 km. west of Matagami in the Daniel and Cavalier Townships (NTS Map Sheet 32F12), in the area known as the Matagami Mining Camp. Shareholders may view the Map Sheet that displays the mining claims at: The Matagami Mining Camp is a world-class mining district, with 18 known volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits. The area is host to historical production of 8.6 billion pounds of zinc and 853 million pounds of copper and has established infrastructure including the town of Matagami, a railway, paved road and a 2,350 t/day mill owned by Falconbridge.

The property is notably situated 3 km. immediately south-west of the Perseverance zinc deposit discovered by Noranda in March 2003. Falconbridge Limited recently announced that it expects to invest approximately $130 million in the development of the Perseverance zinc mine, made possible in part by stronger zinc markets and the continued collaboration and support of the Quebec Government. Perseverance has measured and indicated resources of 5.1 million tonnes grading 15.8% zinc, 1.24% copper, 29 grams of silver per tonne and 0.38 grams of gold per tonne. “

All three companies have the same “prospectors” (Jean Claude Dentinger & Marcel Roy) which so happen to be listed in GESTIM, the Quebec Government’s mining database in many cases as the claims owners:

Ville : Beauport
Province : Québec
Pays : Canada
Code postal : G1C 3S7

Nom : HE 5 Mining corporation inc. (80024)
Adresse : Marcel Roy 2533 North Carson Street, Suite 1934
Ville : Carson City
Province : Nevada
Pays : États-Unis
Code postal : 89706

Nom : Marcel Roy (82360)
Adresse : 2277, rue du Neptune, Québec, ( Québec )
Ville : Québec
Province : Québec
Pays : Canada
Code postal : G2E 6A3

Nom : M45 Mining Resources inc. (80339)
Adresse : 1212 Redpath Cres
Ville : Montréal
Province : Québec
Pays : Canada
Code postal : H3G 2K1

Nom : U Mining Resources Inc (80336)
Adresse : c/o Marcel Roy 6445 South Chickasaw trail Suite 139
Ville : Orlando
Province : Floride
Pays : États-Unis
Code postal : 32829

In two recent geologist reports, both M45 Mining and He-5 Resources both Mr. Jean Claude Dentinger and Mr.Marcel Roy appear. Not much is known about either, according to a Globex (later Umiming) January 2007 Press Release:

“Mr. Detinger is a well known and renowned prospector with a track record of over 30 years of experience in the mining industry in North America and Europe .”

However, one Raging Bull poster knew otherwise:

The prospector, Mr Detinger is in fact an ex restaurant owner. His restaurant went bankrupt then he became a prospector ….wow what a team Uranium a la carbonara with fettuchini si si si..”

Mr. Roy has close ties to another silent partner, Marie Andree Raynault of Exploration Miniere Grenville Inc., in fact the Government of Quebec mining database (GESTIM) indicates the company shares the same physical address as Mr. Roy

Adresse : 2277 DE NEPTUNE
Ville : Québec
Province : Québec
Pays : Canada
Code postal : G2E 6A3

In January 2007, M45’s predecessor Quantitative Methods Corporation filed a SEC document purportedly acquiring 292 claims from Exploration Miniere Grenville :

Section 1 – Registrant’s Business and Operations

Section 1.01 Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement.

On January 17, 2007, the Registrant entered into an Agreement with Exploration Miniere Grenville Inc. (“EMG”), a Quebec corporation, whereby EMG sold to the Registrant a total of TWO HUNDRED NINETY-TWO (292) mining claims located in the Matagami Camp, Province of Quebec in or around designated territory 32F for the purchase price of NINE HUNDRED NINE THOUSAND NINETY (909,090) shares of common stock of the Registrant. Pursuant to the Agreement, the value of the mining claims represents a total of $4,500,000.

Then in April 2007, M45 declared in a Press Release to have acquired more claims from Exploration Miniere Grenville:

“M45 Mining Resources Inc. Announces Acquisition of 40 New Mining Titles in East Area of Matagami Mining Camp
Wednesday April 25, 9:27 am ET

45 Continues to increase Asset base Zinc-rich Matagami Camp

NEW YORK, April 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ – M45 Mining Resources Inc., (OTC BB:MRES.OB – News), today announced that it has signed a letter of intent with “Miniere Grenville” a Canadian Corporation, to acquire 40 new Mining Titles (120 Claims) covering a total surface area of 22 square kilometers. The properties are situated on the east side of Matagami Mining Camp adjacent to properties owned by Falconbridge/Xstrada.

45 has commenced the implementation of its 4 phase strategic growth program, which initially involves the expansion of its asset base in the Matagami Camp with an overall goal of leveraging the value of each properties’ proven reserves in order to enhance shareholder value.”

Mr. Roy and Dentinger declared to a geologist preparing an official document called a NI 43-101 that the claims in another area (NTS map 31 I16) had been owned by Exploration Miniere Grenville then registered in the name of Mr. Dentinger and Mr. Roy, however the geologist report goes on to purport that another company Izza Minerals (wholly owned by He-5 Resources (Denyse Raynault and Serge Ollu)) signed a letter of intent to acquire these from Exploration Miniere Grenville (Mr. Roy and Ms. Marie Andree Raynault):

“Les permis d’exploration d’une validité de deux années sont renouvelables. Ils sont situés
dans la Seigneurie de Grondines-Ouest et les cantons de Chavigny et de Montauban. La superficie
totale couverte par le Projet est de 4 603.78 hectares. Les cent dix sept (117) claims
furent au départ enregistrés au nom de deux prospecteurs de la région de Québec, messieurs
Jean-Claude Dentinger et Marcel Roy. par la suite, ces claims ont été acquis par Exploration
Minière Grenville Inc., une société privée d’exploration minière.

IZZA a signé une lettre d’intention exprimant son désir d’acquérir un intérêt de 100% dans
la propriété minière Montauban. Le présent rapport va servir de base de négociation pour
déterminer la valeur de la transaction entre IZZA Minéraux Inc. et Exploration Minière
Grenville Inc. “

Confused, well that was the whole purpose of that series of transactions.

However, in a simplified format this is what happened. The claims held by Serge Ollu through Marcel Roy, Marie Andree Raynault Exploration Minière Grenville Inc where reacquired in order to mask the intended share shuffling with M45 and Umining which was to occur.

Notwithstanding, it’s numerous Press Releases it had been brought to light in which names the claims had really been registered, moreover it had been discovered that no claims had been registered in Umining’s corporate name.

Soon therafter, Umining registered 27 claims via Mr. Roy, claims which had been previously been registered in Mr. Dentinger’s name:

Mr. Dentinger, Mr. Roy and Ms. Raynault in one way or another are the Silent Partners of all three of Mr. Cortellazzi’s mining consortium.

August 26, 2007

The Players – ShadowMan

The last member of Mr. Cortellazzi’s main players is Serge Ollu, Canadian, also a Montrealer. Mr. Ollu prefers living in the shadows which is why he uses his wife’s name Denyse Raynault as his shield.

Mr. Ollu is the guiding hand behind He-5 Ressources (HRRN). He-5 Ressources is a company with no real visible physical address, it currently uses an address which is located in a Nevada trailer park: 61 Shady Tree Lane, Carson City, Nevada, USA 89706 . Calling the phone number 775-291-6469 is a futile exercise. This spring, an investor did manage to reach He-5 Resources, however this was achieved by contacting a phone number: 514-288-0888 in use for Coastal Holdings (COHG) one of Mr. Cortellazzi’s company’s.

Recently, a new website has appeared with the name the “Redpath Consortium”

By coincidence, the phone number: 514-288-0888 appears on this website and lists the address at 1212 Redpath Crescent.

Mr. Ollu’s most recent corporate vehicule is named IZZA minerals Inc. On June 26, 2007 a Press Release declared IZZA a wholly owned by He-5 Resources and a website went online:

HE-5 Resources, Corp. Announces Formation of IZZA Minerals Inc. Subsidiary to Explore Canadian Mining Territories

HE-5 Forecasts Finalizing Merger Agreement With TSX Venture Exchange Listed Corporation in the Near Future

HE-5 Resources, Corp. (PINKSHEETS: HRRN) is pleased to announce the formation of IZZA Minerals Inc., a wholly owned Canadian Subsidiary to explore the Company’s Canadian Mining Territories.

IZZA Minerals will function as the exploration arm of HE-5 with a mandate to explore its mining territories in Canada. The status of IZZA Minerals Inc., as a Canadian Mining Corporation, will benefit from all the major tax incentives (Flow – Through Shares).

Shareholders may visit IZZA Minerals Corporate Website at:

Moreover, HE-5 Management, for the last three months, has been negotiating a Business Combination (Reverse Take Over) of IZZA Minerals Inc. and a TSX Venture Corporation. Only a few criteria remain for the completion of this merger; final closing via our attorneys is scheduled shortly.

HE-5 CEO, Miss Denyse Raynault, stated the following: “Our operations team has been actively preparing a systematic development plan during the last 12 months and we are very proud to see our efforts begin to bear fruit for the benefit of all of our shareholders. We will soon announce the nomination of new officers and directors who will join our organization and complete the operations team.”

The website was pulled less than 48 hours later, this is how the website appeared (click on the link for a larger view) :


The Players – The Sidekick

Mr. Cortellazzi has an impressive list of assistants, none are more interesting than Jean Michel De Montigny of Montreal, Quebec. While Mr. De Montigny wishes to have everyone believe that he works elsewhere, he in fact operates out of Mr. Cortellazzi’s office building (seen here below) at 1212 Redpath Crescent.

1212 Redpath Crescent

Mr. De Montigny (seen here below) is the CEO of another mining company called U Mining (UMNG) which purportedly operates out of Florida but which in fact has and still operates out of 1212 Redpath Crescent.

Mr. De Montigny has previously come under journalistic scrutiny by Radio-Canada in October 2005 concerning his ties, one of his companies called GSI Technologies and the Hells Angels.

The Radio Canada report was less than flattering and stated that investors in Mr. De Montigny’s company had lost millions:

“M. de Montigny a touché au moins un million de dollars en vendant à haut prix des actions dans lesquelles il avait investi environ 10 000 $, selon un document de la Security and Exchange Commission, le chien de garde de la bourse aux États-Unis. Il nie que le montant de ses gains ait été aussi élevé.

De leur côté, les investisseurs ont perdu des millions de dollars dans l’effondrement de GSI.”

At the time that Mr. De Montigny the Investors Relations spokesperson, it was discovered that he was using the alias of “John Michaels” in UMining (then Globex Inc (GLXI) Press Releases prompting many Message Board posters on Investors Hub and Raging Bull to nickname him Mr. hit counter javascript

August 25, 2007

The Players – The Head Master

So who are the players which we will be following over the upcoming posts.

The main player, is Andrea Cortellazzi, a Canadian, living in Montreal, Quebec and currently operating out of 1212 Redpath Crescent.

Mr. Cortellazzi, has conducted some rather impressive scams in the past. One concerned a Montessori School in Montreal:

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CanWest Global Communications Corp.
All Rights Reserved
The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec)

March 01, 1999, FINAL


LENGTH: 162 words

HEADLINE: Ex-teacher opts for jury trial

Former Montessori school teacher Andrea Cortellazzi has chosen to be tried by a judge and jury.

Cortellazzi, 43, appeard in court in Laval on Friday and entered no plea, so a not-guilty plea was recorded. His trial is set to begin on May 7

He faces one charge of fraud of more than $5,000 after Laval parents paid thousands of dollars to enroll their children in a school that never opened.

More than 120 parents in Laval and Montreal filed complaints with police after they paid between $300 and $2,000 each for their children to attend Montessori schools on Beaubien St. in Montreal and on Concorde Blvd. in Laval.

When the parents turned up to drop off their children at the schools last September the doors were locked and a ”For Rent” sign was hanging in the window of the Laval school.

No charges have been laid in relation to the Beaubien St. school but Montreal Urban Community police said their investigation is continuing.

More on Mr. Cortellazzi appears here:

Mr. Cortellazzi is currently the CEO of a company called M45 Mining (MRES) which trades on the Penny Stocks in the United States.

SEC filings for M45 Mining formerly Quantitative Methods Corp can be found here.

Mr. Cortellazzi has been engaged in numerous Penny Stock companies, none of which has survived.

We will review these companies at a later time….

Fraud Inc.

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Ever wonder why everyday normal human beings become fraud victims ?

Ever see a scam in progess ?

Fraud is a business and some are better at this endeavor than others.

Over the upcoming posts, we’ll point out the finer points of an ongoing scam by some very adept con-artists and you will shake your head in amazement at how this often happens in the open and under the noses of law enforcement officials and the media.


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