An unauthorized collection of the records of Alternate Energy Holdings, inc., its principals and subsidiaries, and their antics, trials, and tribulations

Former AEHI CEO Don Gillispie

Former AEHI CEO Don Gillispie
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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Pinnacle Digest: Paid AEHI Shills in a Very Old Profession

Pinnacle Digest's articles about AEHI take on a new meaning when the reader ventures past the end of an article to find this disclaimer: 

"Disclaimer: Please read carefully before proceeding.
Alternate Energy Holdings Inc.(AEHI) has paid us a cash fee of $150 per news release to display its news on our homepage and in our newsletter and we also disseminate its news via our affiliate news wire service. employees own shares in Alternate Energy Holdings Inc. We intend to sell every share we have purchased and may purchase in the future of Alternate Energy Holdings for our own profit. We may sell every share we own in Alternate Energy Holdings without notice to our subscribers. We may purchase more shares in Alternate Energy Holdings without notice to our subscribers."

AEHI Truth warning:  Reader Discretion Advised- Due to the nature of AEHI and Pinnacle's relationship, certain portions of the following comments may not be suitable for all readers.

Pinnacle Digest is paid by AEHI to say nice things about AEHI.  In certain parts of Nevada, that kind of business relationship is perfectly legal, but it isn't exactly a mark of success for one to need to engage the services of a professional to get such fawning adoration.  Craigslist recently removed a whole section devoted to just this sort of business relationship. 
Luckily for Don, though, what he and Pinnacle are doing to the hapless shareholders, while distasteful, is now legal in all 50 states. All the shareholders need is something to make it a little less painful.

1 comment:

  1. Nice links! I hope old buddy Don, Martin, Mark, Dan, Jenny and the rest of the gang have some of that KY when they end up behind bars "to make it a little less painful." It is just a matter of time.