Imagine you founded, developed and operated a public American company that thrived for over 17 years.
Now imagine along the way you discovered that counterfeiting naked short sellers (people who sell shares of stock they do not own, nor have the intent to purchase or deliver) were working illegally to take your company and your country down. In turning to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for protection against these "silent killers" you were not only denied assistance but told that naked short selling did not exist. After suing the SEC, your company and its six vibrant subsidiaries were seized, closed and liquidated; your request for a trial was denied; and you were actually sentenced to chained solitary confinement without a crime committed.
For Richard Altomare, founder and CEO of Universal Express, Inc. (USXP), he didn't have to imagine this scenario.
The Author Speaks Out!
“I wrote this book as a wake-up call to all Americans. I too felt comfortable in believing our Constitutional rights would protect me and indeed all American citizens,” says Altomare, “but after blowing the whistle on naked short selling, everything changed. I apparently became a threat and an enemy to a governmental cover up and was subsequently treated as a danger to society.”
Entertaining and informative, this book presents the issues, actions and utter contempt that many governmental employees exhibit towards all citizens who rely upon them for professional and responsible representation and treatment. It skillfully exposes the reader to an annual 60 Billion dollar prison budgeted sink hole in dire need of investigation and improvement. Within these pages of Sold Short in America, these segments of society, and their abhorrent, illegal and unconstitutional actions are laid bare.
Altomare - On the Air
Click play to hear Richard's most recent Radio interview on Naked Short Selling.