xquestor: Even If I “Pass Away” Big Taxi Will Also Die

Bad choice #307 for a Black Hat Social Media Campaigner:

307. Threaten critic of stock you are paid to defend with “passing away”.

Readers: see below for Message Board exchange.


  1. You do realize how easy it is to successfully subpoena the real name of a Yahoo alias, right?
  2. You are very, very low on your employer’s food chain
  3. You can make a lot of money and save your own butt by rolling over on your employer before YOU get popped
  4. Contact the Feds ASAP
  5. Good luck xquestor

All readers:

Information you have about publicly traded Big Taxi companies may be much, much more valuable for you personally than you realize.

Anything from anonymously forwarding rumors you’ve heard to the SEC online to wearing a wire as part of a federal investigation might make you eligible for MAKING MONEY.

The SEC Whistleblower Program was created in 2010 by the legislation tirelessly championed by Barney Frank and Chris Dodd. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is the most important reform to protect economic freedom and ensure social justice on Wall Street since the Great Depression.

As many of you know:

Barney Frank Is My Hero

Dodd-Frank created the SEC Whistleblower Program to provide monetary incentives for individuals to come forward and report possible violations of the federal securities laws to the SEC. Under the program, eligible whistleblowers are entitled to an award of between 10% and 30% of the monetary sanctions collected in actions brought by the SEC and related actions brought by other regulatory and law enforcement authorities.

In addition to investigating violations of the federal securities laws, law enforcement is investigating predatory lending by Big Taxi. The SEC will forward any information you provide on predatory lending to the appropriate departments at the federal, state and city level.

The SEC Whistleblower Program also prohibits retaliation by employers against employees who provide the SEC with information about possible securities violations.

To learn more see:

SEC Office of the Whistleblower: Frequently Asked Questions

The Coalition Against Big Taxi (CAB) covers New York, Chicago and Boston.

CAB’s goals and plans are detailed in the two articles below:

Prediction: Coalition Against Big Taxi (CAB) Causes Cartel Collapse

Ruining Medallion Borrowers is Ruining Communities

No matter where you live, feel free to contact any of the SEC’s Regional Offices in the three cities.

Do the right thing and make money doing it.

New York Regional Office
Andrew Calamari, Regional Director
Brookfield Place
200 Vesey Street, Suite 400
New York, NY 10281-1022
(212) 336-1100
e-mail: newyork@sec.gov

Chicago Regional Office
David A. Glockner, Regional Director
175 W. Jackson Boulevard, Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 353-7390
e-mail: chicago@sec.gov

Boston Regional Office
Paul Levenson, Regional Director
33 Arch Street, 23rd Floor
Boston, MA 02110-1424
(617) 573-8900
e-mail: boston@sec.gov


Yahoo Finance Message Board TAXI
By xquestor
February 1, 2016 2:19 PM


I see that you mentioned that you were ill.

A few years ago there was a guy on the ODP board that engaged in the same type of activity that you find pleasure in.

Needless to say he passed away.

I find nothing wrong with someone driving a TAXI to earn a living and support their family.

It is not those people that you should be venting your anger against.

If you are mad about the price of the Medallions then you should vent against New York City.

Medallions are like real estate and stocks. Both are based on the value that they can return to the owner.

What bothers me is that you are a paid BASHER.

Your actions may or may not have hurt investors and TAXI.

But in either case your posts are despicable.



Yahoo Finance Message Board TAXI
By gossagegordon 
February 1, 2016 5:12 PM

sorry you find me despicable

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