Monday, September 10, 2007

WW Energy Inc. (WWNG.PK) Stock Spam Email

A WW Energy Inc. (WWNG.PK) stock spam email just arrived in Gmail. The sender says "under the news wires" in the subject, "alert", "Buy (ww Energy Inc. Sym: wwng) Tuesday September 11th 2007".

This stock is going to once again, EXPLODE!

Real company, real earnings, not a pump and dump!

Current: $.01
Expected: $.54

#1 pick this week.

Check 07/10/07. 2 months ago.
This Stock exploded, traded over 7 million shares.
It's going to do it again. Get in on the money train now!


On Monday, WW Energy Inc. (WWNG.PK) was unchanged at $0.0120 and only traded 2,500 shares at $0.0120. Pinksheets.com says WW Energy Inc. (WWNG.PK) has a annual high of $0.08 and a low of $0.0045 (less than half a penny! and less than half of what it trades for now).

The remainder of the email -->

Company info:
WW Energy, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides services to the oil and gas industry. The company engages in the acquisition, exploration, exploitation, and development of leases, and oil and gas related assets. It has exploitation projects in Texas, Utah, and New Mexico. The company also engages in transporting fresh production water for oil drilling and exploration, and waste water for disposal. In addition, it provides services for heavy hauling of drilling and well
equipment used in oil and gas production and exploration industry. The company also operates in Colorado and Arizona. WW Energy was founded in 1999 and is based in
Farmington, New Mexico.

2 comments:

Joe said...

Yes I`ve received this spam also. But what if it`s true ? They went from 0.01$ to 0.02$ which is 100%

Where can I buy their stocks ???

thanks

admin said...

Hi Joe, thanks for leaving a comment. You never know with "penny stocks."

Two ways to buy penny stocks are either online through your stock trading account or by calling your broker and asking him/her to place an order. ALWAYS USE A "LIMIT" ORDER! If you have any trouble, call your brokerage's trading line or customer service. You may have to pay a higher commission if buying more than 1,000 shares.

Consider any purchase as speculative (risk capital) and make sure it is only a very small part of your portfolio. Always consult with your broker when in doubt.