Westchester Jews Committed To Honesty in Education – You Should Be Worried

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Letter Regarding Proposed Mortgage by Westchester Torah Academy

To the writers of the below letter, we believe that the entirety of the Mortgage, or the underlying assets is/are structurally unsound. We believe that Mark Nordlicht’s finances are heavily intertwined with the academy and would gladly send out research along. We have tried to publish information here.

You have reason to be worried. The money, in our view, is going towards creative accounting on the books and records of Nordlicht as his financial dealings interact with WTA and with ease in whichever form he chooses, whether as accounting against loans or receivables.

The Platinum swindle, Nordlicht’s involvement in WTA and the Huberman connection are no wild coincidences.

See the letter below.

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A Platinum Receiver – The Filings so Far and the Connections to be Made

On December 19, 2016, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York announced the indictments of seven individuals who were then or were previously associated with Platinum Partners.  The same day, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a civil complaint in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York against the same individuals, along with certain Platinum corporate entities.  Together with its complaint, the SEC asked the Court to appoint a Receiver over several Platinum entities affiliated with Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Master Fund LP and Platinum Partners Liquid Opportunity Master Fund LP.  The Court appointed Bart M. Schwartz as Receiver.  Important filings in these cases are linked below.  This page will be updated regularly.

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Filings

More Huberfeld and Optionable Inc. – A PIECE OF PLATINUM ANYONE?

 

MURRAY HUBERFELD, MARK NORDLICHT AND OBTIONABLE….

Thanks to our contributor on this one. – LM

Murray Huberfeld grew up in the Bronx and growing up became accustomed to selling off bogus and fraudulent deals. He never grew out of the habit, evidenced by relentlessly ongoing activities in private sector and public market activities. Every case or situation in which he continues to remain unscathed represents an unfortunate continuation of the status quo. He is a link to the Rothstein scandal. I wonder what that’s a link to. Arnold Rothstein?
Optionable Inc, the brokerage located in Valhalla, New York, transacts in the brokerage of
energy derivatives to brokerage and financial services firms globally. On January 22, 2007, NYMEX Holdings, parent to the New York Mercantile Exchange, issued a news release that the they were purchasing a 19% stake in the pink sheet Optionable Inc (OTC:OPBL). While the purchase may be questionable in and of itself, the history of those involved and one particular person tend to stand out.

NYMEX Chairman R. Schaeffer’s announcement of a 19% stake in Optionable, which increased revenues to $16 million from under $6 million. Such was reflected in Optionable’s stock price. But behind the commodity derivative brokerage’s arguably manufactured numbers exists a clinging reliance on related party transactions and often depends on one sole supplier or customer. Such parties include Capital Energy Services, a firm with a President and CEO accounting for a significant interest in Optionable’s revenue last year.

The Bank of Montreal must come as no surprise. According to Optionable filings, this bank accounted for a comparable amount of the Company’s revenues. Optionable received an advantage from this practice, achieving almost 80% margins when otherwise comparing to 56% with nonrelated parties.

David Lee, Bank of Montreal Commodity Trader, accounted for 18% of Optionable’s revenue. Mark Nordlicht founded Optionable Inc in 2000 with the backing of his like-minded morally challenged father, Jules Nordlicht, who had been federally prosecuted for manipulating the oil markets and withholding $27 million in illegal profits.

According to an April 2017 New York Post Article by Roddy Boyd, Jules owns 2.19 million shares.
635 Beach 19th Street
Far Rockaway, NY 11691
contact@optionable.com
Source: OTC Markets
NY Post: Roddy Boyd