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Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2015 9:24 pm
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Small Investor Protection Association of Canada

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November 16th, 2015

Video Contest Winners

The Video Contest closed on October 31st. There were entries from across the U.S.A. and Canada. The entries were varied with videos and animation. All carried a good message and are of good quality. The five judges took time to review each entry and arrived at an independent list. Then the judges had the opportunity to discuss reasons and finally arrived at the list of the three winners.

The judges felt it was so difficult to decide the winners that we should have three consolation prizes for entries that were in the final six.

First Prize winner $3000 is Nora Novak of Sylmar, California:

Second Prize winner $1500 is Andrew Guengerich of Austin, Texas:       

Third Prize winner $750 is Tanner Fletcher of Lethbridge, Alberta ...

Consolation Prize winner $200 is Eric Nauert of St. Louis, Missouri         

Consolation Prize winner $200 is Wyatt Henrie of Henderson, Nevada ...

Consolation Prize winner $200 is Nicole McIntyre of El Paso Texas   

Congratulations to all six winners. You will be helping to raise investor awareness and hopefully prevent some people from losing their retirement savings.

Thank you for participating in SIPA’s first video contest. Our judges enjoyed it as much as the participants.

For additional information
contact: Stan Buell, president
Office: 416-614-9128
Direct: 902-569-4238

Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2013 8:04 pm
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Fighting Investment Fraud

Original Air Date: Friday, March 22, 2013

A new group of Albertans has formed to lead a charge to change laws and compensation for investors who have lost money to fraudsters. Is there enough protection for investors in Alberta?

We talk to Geoffrey Morgan, from Alberta Oil Magazine and Larry Elford, from Alberta Investors Protection.

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Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

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Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

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Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 2:21 pm
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This link connects to my youtube channel, including a dozen or more videos about systemic investment malpractice. These are observed methods by which various investment industry "stakeholders" meet together, conspire together and collaborate on how best to increase the "take" from the public, in the area of investments. To use words directly from one of the stakeholders, the provincial securities commissions, they together act "contrary to the public interest" in efforts to enrich themselves.

I invite any industry stakeholders to contact me with any corrections, or to point out misinformation I may have included so as to ensure accuracy in my comments.

Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 4:51 pm
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CTV W Five doing a show on the Calgary Brost Sorensen Ponzi Scheme. Securities regulators and RCMP unable or unwilling to act to protect the public. Scheduled to air Sat, Oct 1, 7:00 pm Mountain Time ... sc-111001/
Victims might want to be aware of this program and that a class action against the securities commission for gross negligence is not only possible but should be researched, in order to gain your losses back. Please forward to those you think would be interested in financially defending themselves.

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Earlier CTV W5 Special about Canadian Investment Fraudster (Investment firm Salesperson) (from 2008) ... ke_080424/

Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:31 am
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you should go see the movie "INSIDE JOB"
late fall 2010 release

great reviews are coming our about how you are the prey in a predatory environment ........that you may not have even know you were in.

Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Sat Oct 10, 2009 9:25 pm
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On 10-Oct-09, at 10:02 PM, Ken wrote:

I just saw michael moore's lastest film

Breach of trust would be even more powerful

When is it coming out?


Larry replies
Ken, thanks. I hope to see Capitalism as soon as I can as well

Breach of Trust is out and about.......just not a blockbuster

see seven full chapters of the film at

all of them updated last week. Chapter 8 is totally redone and totally new. Other chapters just improved slightly if you have already seen them before.

Start by watching chapter 8 if you like, it will take you ten minutes to see, and then go from there

The introduction and chapter one are about myself, and the rest will be more interesting to you I think.

Please drop me a note and tell me your thoughts.

As far as getting it out there I am screwed slightly on that one.

Reasons are that it was made my me, without much in the way of help and advice, and it is not quite ready for prime time, if you know what i mean. The quality is not broadcast ready, but I did my best and my first priority was to make sure I got to tell my story, not to ensure broadcast quality. I hope to use it to promote change, and it was never intended to meet any other requirements.

I think it will find a very narrow audience among damaged investors, police training agencies, universities and legislators who are led to it. It is just not good enough and it comes with some of my scrambled thinking. One professional told me it looked a bit like "scrambled eggs, it could use some unscrambling". He was right. I tried to throw everything I every learned into the film, and it makes it very hard for a non investor to grasp everything. Oh Well. I got to tell what I wanted to tell.

I will make some further adjustments. I also have one more chapter to insert eventually.

For now I am arranging public speaking, utilizing one or two chapters, going "door to door" if you will, to tell a tale of "How to make financial crime pay, an insiders story"

Wish me luck. give it another look if you have not seen it lately. tell the world if you like it

i would like to start a groundswell of people, telling people about it, and let the entire country have it freely. I seek nothing more than that.

take care and thanks for checking in on me Ken



Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Sat Sep 19, 2009 12:50 pm
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BREACH OF TRUST (go to dont try to click on the image above)
A film journey by an investment industry insider
A “tell all” story of the tricks of the investment trade.

“The tricks of the trade that are designed to cut your retirement by more than half.........and put the other half into the hands of your “trusted investment advisor”.

How to abuse clients and put $800 million into the hands of the “trusted advisors”.

How to “capture the flag” and own the entire financial regulatory system in Canada, to the benefit of the financial players, and the detriment of the public.

How to use this to remove $32 billion from the Canadian economy with police and regulatory immunity.

How financial abuse and fraud by “trusted professionals” is costing Canadians more than each and every other crime in the country. Every year.

Comments on the rough cuts:

“Congratulations for a job well done!  A most interesting film and in my view, of significant value.   You should be proud of this film and the service you have provided to all who view it - all Canadians.”
Royal Canadian Mounted Police / Gendarmerie royale du Canada
Canadian Police College / Collège canadien de police
Ottawa Ontario

“A bit like scrambled could use some unscrambling”
Joe Media Corp.

“This recession was caused by corruption, plain and simple. Larry Elford, tells his story but amazingly gets other insiders to do likewise. I was blown away!
Jim Roache, Ottawa

“Not intended to be blockbuster entertainment, but if you would like 30 years of investment experience in an hour and a half, this film will challenge you to keep up.” “It will also challenge your beliefs about investing in Canada.”
Larry Elford, Producer

Re: CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Sat Sep 19, 2009 12:40 pm
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Michael Moore has a new film out, CAPITALISM, A LOVE STORY

I hope to see it this month. There are trailers for it on youtube for those who want a preview.

From the trailer and some interviews Michael has done it appears he gets to the heart of the matter in fairly short order, where it took me thirty years to dig through the dirt and find out where all the money goes. It looks to me like capitalism might have reached a black hole death star state where it feeds upon itself in such an ever increasing frenzy that it implodes...........who knows? All I am sure of right now is that financial crime pays really, really well in Canada.

I will comment more when I see it, and I hope to hear the thoughts of others.

CBC, CTV, and BREACH OF TRUST video projects

PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 2:24 pm
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early video clips of BREACH OF TRUST can be viewed in one or more places now:

it is 80% to 90% ready for audiences and I hope you will check it out and if you think it is worth a look, tell your friends to check it out also. It is not intended to be a summer blockbuster, so don't make popcorn and hold your breath. Just check it out if you would like to see what thirty years of experience in and around the investment industry can learn a person in an hour and a half. Your retirement just might be safer for the trouble.

Latest project you might be interested in is my youtube channel which consists of some chapters of BREACH OF TRUST plus some funny cartoon clips which demonstrate how investment predators behave. ... _j-6h-E-MM

See also CTV W5, "GOING FOR BROKE" (predatory financial players after your money) ... ?hub=WFive

See also CBC this program looks at Asset Backed Commercial Paper this november program looks at the provincial securities commissions April 2009 CBC CAN YOU TRUST YOUR BROKER? for a short interview on predatory practices from Oct 8 2008

One premise is; "That four out of five investment salespeople in the Canadian investment industry are practicing something closer to "predatory financial practices", rather than the promised "professional financial practices". Investment firms are behind this 100% due to the revenue produced. Regulators are complicit at best. Self regulators are simply paid industry rental cops hired to protect and serve industry. Real police agencies are not encouraged or allowed to police the financial services industry. Thus the public is unprotected and being pillaged by $30 billion to $60 billion per year by illegal or unethical practices.

Bold statements? Yes.

What are the chances they are true? I truly wish they were not. My life and the lives of millions of Canadians would be much easier if this were all imagined.