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Stock Info:  InAmerica, Inc.

INAX (Class A Common Stock)

OTC Pink: No information/ Currently not trading.

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We apologize to both our current and prospective shareholders for the suspension of any public trading of InAmerica Common Stock.  We intend to remedy that problem as quickly as possible.  But in advance of that, we would like to inform you of the circumstances that have resulted in the market (OTC Pink) placing a warning when referencing INAX shares.  The following explanation is provided by OTC Markets:

OTC Markets has discontinued the display of quotes on www.otcmarkets.com for this security because it has been labeled Caveat Emptor (Buyer Beware) and because adequate current information has not been made available by the issuer of the securities. It has been labeled Caveat Emptor for one of the following reasons:

  1. Spam — The security is the subject of spam promotion having the effect of encouraging trading of the issuer's securities.

We provide the following response or explanation regarding each of the reasons stated:

  1. Spam — We have had no indication of any spam promotion being employed by anyone related to encouraging trading of InAmerica’s shares. 



  1. Investigation of Fraud — This is likely true.  When we first uncovered the corporate hijacking, we reported it to the FBI, SEC, OTC, FINRA, and the Attorneys General of the states of Arizona and Delaware.  We have no indication from any of these authorities whether the investigations are completed or continue today.


  1. Suspension/Halt — If trading has been halted or suspended, it was likely due to our reporting of the hijacking and not for any actions by InAmerica.


  1. Disruptive Corporate Actions — Prior to InAmerica’s identity theft, its name did not change since 1986.  With the theft, the name was changed to International Precious Metals Group, Inc., with its headquarters moved to British Columbia and the Stock symbol changed to IPME.  Since we have recovered the entity, we have changed the name back to InAmerica and changed the symbol to the current INAX.  All of this historical data will be provided to OTC markets as soon as possible.


  1. Unsolicited Quotes — InAmerica shares have not been traded since it was hijacked and will not resume trading until we have completed our compliance efforts.


  2. Other Public Interest Concern — We cannot comment on OTC Markets’ view, but we intend to remove that concern as soon as possible.

  1. Questionable Promotion — The security is being promoted to the public, but adequate current information about the issuer has not been made available to the public.

  1. Questionable Promotion —  This is partially true!  While the company has NOT been promoted to the public, adequate current information has yet to be provided to OTC Markets.  As a company, InAmerica went dormant in 2002, as we began developing a promising technology as a standalone entity.  The intention was to merge the new enterprise into InAmerica and provide an exit strategy for outside investors of the new enterprise.  However, in 2007, the company was hijacked by fraudsters with the likely intent to scam the public.  It has taken 3 years to recover the entity.  It is now our intention to provide comprehensive information to the OTC Markets so as to remove the restriction.

  1. Investigation of Fraud — There is a known investigation of fraudulent activity involving the company, its securities or insiders.





  1. Suspension/Halt — A Regulatory Authority has halted or suspended trading for public interest concerns (i.e. not a news or earning halt).



  1. Disruptive Corporate Actions — The security or issuer is the subject of corporate actions, such as reverse mergers or serial stocks splits and name changes, without adequate current information being publicly available.





  1. Unsolicited Quotes — The security has only been quoted on an unsolicited basis since it entered the public markets and the issuer has not made adequate current information available to the public.


  1. Other Public Interest Concern — There is, in OTC Markets' view, a public interest concern.

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