As many of you know, the entity known as Bigfoot Project Investments, formerly Searching for Bigfoot, aka Tom Biscardi and company, is offering a cool million for information leading to the capture or body of a “bona-fide” Bigfoot.
Bigfoot Project Investments CEO, Tom Biscardi
Their site states the following:
“To silence all doubters Bigfoot Project Investments, Inc. is devoting all their resources and putting their money where their mouth is to prove it. That’s why we have issued this Bigfoot Million Dollar Bounty.”
But according to their latest SEC filing “all their resources,” according to their spread sheets, as of January 31st, 2017 is, wait for it…. $36K and change. Not even “Fifty Large.”
The company also is showing a a $644K in liabilities, up from the last quarter filing.
When it comes to investigating Biscardi and companies, I have a little experience:
Shameless plug time:
It is quite curious to see among the list of assets, among other things:
109 inch skeleton, their VP at the time, Bob Schmalzbach, claimed they “never disturbed” the skeleton, only removed some small artifacts, in 2006.
A Rubber Suit from (the) 2008 hoax, that they attempted once to sell on EBay, which they donated the Bell County Historical Society Museum in August 2016. (http://www.jacksonvilleprogress.com/news/searching-for-bigfoot-group-donates-infamous-suit-to-museum/article_81ac6268-6edd-11e6-92f9-ab732b07ecd6.html)
And a contract to sell a dinosaur. (Most likely the one they’ve had since 2007- 2008, under SFBI.)
Of course two of these three items are nothing new. We saw them on the 2008 Searching for Bigfoot Business Plan, that Rick Dyer had gotten from Biscardi during the 2008 hoax. It wasn’t until August, 2008 before the rubber suit came into their possession.
This is material that was certified just a few weeks ago,
UPDATE: They are using a contest promotion company to offer the “Bounty.”
Currently, Bigfoot Project Investments trades for $0.65 a share.
Till Next Time,