Chimera Energy Part II: Pemex Denies Contract As Fabrications And Lies Continue Deceiving Investors

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In part 1 of this report we showed investors how a Houston-based stock scammer was manipulating the advertising platforms of Google (GOOG), Yahoo (YHOO), IAC Interactive (IACI), and AOL (AOL) to dupe investors into purchasing shares of a worthless company: Chimera Energy (OTC:CHMR), which has no operations, no physical office, one employee, and just $4,549 (no zeros omitted!) in equity based on its most recent financial statements. Chimera claims to have acquired for a monthly fee of $5,000 a technology from a Chinese company whose existence we have been unable to verify. As a matter of fact the only consistent theme encountered in our due diligence has been the extent to which everything related to Chimera is either fabricated or lacks any credibility.

It has now been nearly two weeks since we first wrote about this company yet gatekeepers and regulators have done nothing to stop the company from trading or issuing false and misleading press releases. For this reason we have taken things into our own hands and have uncovered additional smoking gun evidence relating to Chimera Energy such as its fabricated relationship with Pemex; WEIS, S.A being a figment of Charles Grob imagination; and the identity of the lawyer who acted as a gatekeeper to Chimera.

Originally part 2 of this report was supposed to cover Nova Mining (NVMN.OB) the sister fraud to CHMR operated by the same promoters. However after receiving over a dozen emails from investors that had been duped and suffered losses we decided to dig even further and bring to light additional revelations relating to CHMR in the hope that investors reading this will stay away and/or get out while they still can.

Here is an example of one email from an elderly investor aged

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Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one. - Charles Mackay, 1841

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