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Posted on 17-Mar-2004 01:59 GMT by Rich Woods60 comments
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Info on KMOS, INC. The company KMOS was incorporated on 10/7/2003.

It is a general domestic corporation formed in the State of Delaware.

The registered agent is:

XL CORPORATE SERVICES, INC.

15 EAST NORTH STREET

Dover (County Kent), Delaware. 19901

(302)678-0855

The State of Delaware can provide more info for either $10 or even some more info for $20.

Pretty expensive to get public information (free if you go to the State of Delaware offices.)

KMOS Info : Comment 1 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Pimploch on 17-Mar-2004 01:19 GMT
Old news... I posted this information the other day - here on ANN.
KMOS Info : Comment 2 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 17-Mar-2004 02:36 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Pimploch):
did you spend the monies to get the complete info?

Where is the post? I'm interested in reading it.

Thanks.
KMOS Info : Comment 3 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by T_Bone on 17-Mar-2004 03:08 GMT
Anyone know who else is involved in KMOS? ie: are Fleecy and Bill really shareholders? (And if so, why?)
KMOS Info : Comment 4 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 17-Mar-2004 03:31 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (T_Bone):
It would cost $20 to get the information - anybody willing to donate - I'll get the info.

Just looking to see if ANYONE will kick in the money - I've spent a lot on my court documents.

And let's face it - Fleecy and billyboy most likely would have "proxies" holding their shares.

Wait until the contract of the "acquired" Amiga is sub-poened for court.

That should be interesting.
KMOS Info : Comment 5 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 17-Mar-2004 04:20 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Rich Woods):
You can pay the money, but the result is quite underwhelming, to say the least.
KMOS Info : Comment 6 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by T_Bone on 17-Mar-2004 05:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Anonymous):
Why, you have something to share? :)
KMOS Info : Comment 7 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 17-Mar-2004 06:04 GMT
I find a bit odd that a company which is in IT business doesn't have a website.

btw, latest tells that the consumption of popcorn has rised 75% since last week. Marketpeople are amazed for this sudden change of interest in corn!
KMOS Info : Comment 8 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 17-Mar-2004 06:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (hooligan/dcs):
Posted by hooligan/dcs (Trusted user) on 17-Mar-2004 07:04:43

I find a bit odd that a company which is in IT business doesn't have a website.
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Do some research on the corporation that was touted last year as one of Garry's "accomplishments" etc - his SF number wasnot operational.

Do a D&B on the corporations her "owned". Nothing spectucular indeed.
KMOS Info : Comment 9 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Kjetil on 17-Mar-2004 11:08 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Rich Woods):
What I found by looking at AltaVista, looking for “KMOS” and “Delaware”
If only found one thing a HD TV channel, http://www.kmos.cmsu.edu

Maybe AmigaOS can finally get the capital + marketing it needs, if it is related to the last news items, I think we are I better position then whit ESCOM, Viscorp or any other previous company, maybe whit the exception of Commodore and Amiga Inc,
KMOS Info : Comment 10 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by itix on 17-Mar-2004 11:26 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Kjetil):
Wrong company.
KMOS Info : Comment 11 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 17-Mar-2004 12:30 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (hooligan/dcs):
That's funny, I never had as much popcorn as yesterday.
KMOS Info : Comment 12 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Bob White on 17-Mar-2004 12:59 GMT
Kmos's website http://www.kmos.com/ Awaiting content. For further information email information@kmos.com
KMOS Info : Comment 13 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by TheArrogantSarny on 17-Mar-2004 13:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Bob White):
That's more than there was yesterday. Looks like this may indeed be the website afterall :-)
KMOS Info : Comment 14 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Joe "Floid" Kanowitz on 17-Mar-2004 13:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Bob White):
Kmos's website http://www.kmos.com/ Awaiting content. For further information email information@kmos.com

The previous DNS record had a TTL of something like a week, so http://216.105.143.29/ may be a help.

Were you guys using Domainpark on purpose or was your registrar getting a free ride? ;)
KMOS Info : Comment 15 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Joe "Floid" Kanowitz on 17-Mar-2004 13:52 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (Joe "Floid" Kanowitz):
And by Domainpark, I mean... Netico, or whatever that is/was. One of those mornings.
KMOS Info : Comment 16 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Tripper on 17-Mar-2004 14:46 GMT
State, Delaware...what is that? Or where is it?
KMOS Info : Comment 17 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Fabio Alemagna on 17-Mar-2004 14:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (T_Bone):
> Anyone know who else is involved in KMOS? ie: are Fleecy and Bill really
> shareholders? (And if so, why?)

Uh... they sold the stuff to... themselves? :-o That'd be funny, indeed.
KMOS Info : Comment 18 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 17-Mar-2004 15:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Pimploch):
Rich Woods!

Well, why don't you start investigating genesi and see all about the story we could read in newspapers last year?
I have some ideas that you will find lot more interesting stuff than this one!
KMOS Info : Comment 19 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 17-Mar-2004 15:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Rich Woods):
It would cost $20 to get the information - anybody willing to donate - I'll get the info.

Just looking to see if ANYONE will kick in the money - I've spent a lot on my court documents.

And let's face it - Fleecy and billyboy most likely would have "proxies" holding their shares.

Wait until the contract of the "acquired" Amiga is sub-poened for court.

That should be interesting.

If you are stupid enough to spend money in lawsuits courts documents, then it's your problem!
You must see a psy Rich, your attitude is compulsive and this is dangerous for you!

I suggest we make all a donation for Rich to continue playing with he's modem, getting "extremely" interesting courts documents.

If I would be someone religious, I'll pray for your disarray.
KMOS Info : Comment 20 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 17-Mar-2004 15:37 GMT
Delaware is well known for allowing shady companies creation.
KMOS Info : Comment 21 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 17-Mar-2004 15:41 GMT
In reply to Comment 20 (Anonymous):
Luxembourg too !!! I know a compagny we all know that is based in luxembourg.

Switzerland too

But you don't need to be on one of those paradise in order to be a thief.
KMOS Info : Comment 22 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Gregg on 17-Mar-2004 16:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Tripper):
Delaware is a state on the East coast of the U.S. of A. (use Google for more info.) that is often used as a "state of convenience" for companies to register in, due to particular regulations and laws that are less stringent than other states (as received wisdom has it, at least).

Compare Switzerland for anonymous bank accounts, or Liberia for ship registration.

As has been said, being registered in Delaware does not automatically imply nefarious intent, of course.

Gregg
KMOS Info : Comment 23 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Plaz on 17-Mar-2004 16:35 GMT
I thought this was interesting when I tried to send a test message to
information@kmos.com Don't think I've had a reply like it before.
I guess they haven't had time to hire a mial admin yet :)

Sent >>> RCPT TO: <information@kmos.com>
Received <<< 550 5.7.1 <information@kmos.com>... Relaying denied

Could not deliver mail to this user.
information@kmos.com
***************** End of message ***************
KMOS Info : Comment 24 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by John on 17-Mar-2004 16:52 GMT
KMOS is so big there is fvck all info about them on the net, looks more like a two bit conman "Hare" is involved in the AOS scam.

People you worshipped the crooks at Amiga inc for far too long and now continuing the trend with a dodgy outfit.
KMOS Info : Comment 25 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Graham_nli on 17-Mar-2004 17:06 GMT
In reply to Comment 24 (John):
Hare has a well known past running companies and doing stuff. Seems to be a good track record. He appears to be involved with the investors in Amiga Inc, and getting Amiga Inc's DE stuff to work, hence dragging Amiga OS (a distraction) away from them into a new company / IP holding and management company.

Hardly a "two bit conman".
KMOS Info : Comment 26 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Graham_nli on 17-Mar-2004 17:44 GMT
I wonder if kmos.com has anything to do with this KMOS. For a start, it was registered in 2000, which isn't exactly yesterday. However it was last updated on the 17th March 2004, which is a strange coincidence.

I wonder who John Grzymala is, and if he has anything to do with the KMOS we are talking about, or if it is some poor sod that is going to get pwned soon by e-mail and phone calls.
KMOS Info : Comment 27 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 17-Mar-2004 17:53 GMT
In reply to Comment 26 (Graham_nli):
No, it doesn't have anything to do with THIS KMOS. And KMOS hasn't got anything do with anything either. Anyway .. somebody looking for info about it:


Registration Service Provided By: eDot
Contact: jdouman@aol.com
Visit: www.edot.com

Domain name: kmos.com

Administrative Contact:
-
John Grzymala (jgrzymala@aol.com)
+1.2032539298
Fax: -
17 Deer Track LaneGoldens Bridge, NY 10526
US

Billing Contact:
-
John Grzymala (jgrzymala@aol.com)
+1.2032539298
Fax: -
17 Deer Track LaneGoldens Bridge, NY 10526
US

Technical Contact:
-
John Grzymala (jgrzymala@aol.com)
+1.2032539298
Fax: -
17 Deer Track LaneGoldens Bridge, NY 10526
US

Registrant Contact:
-
John Grzymala (jgrzymala@aol.com)
+1.2032539298
Fax: -
17 Deer Track LaneGoldens Bridge, NY 10526
US

Status: Locked

Name Servers:
ns1.superhosts.net
ns2.superhosts.net

Creation date: 29 Sep 2000 17:36:10
Expiration date: 29 Sep 2004 17:36:10
KMOS Info : Comment 28 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 17-Mar-2004 18:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (T_Bone):
I did pay the $20, and there is nothing interesting...
KMOS Info : Comment 29 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Amigisti on 17-Mar-2004 18:37 GMT
Interesting link:
http://www.highbeam.com/library/doc0.asp?refid=ovav_key&docid=1G1:17168556
KMOS Info : Comment 30 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by mojo on 17-Mar-2004 18:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 22 (Gregg):
Delaware bring a "state of convenience" is not because they are a shady state. It is because Delaware is a tax free state. It has something to do with them being the first state to sign the U.S. constitution. Comparisons to Liberia et. al should never be made.
KMOS Info : Comment 31 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 17-Mar-2004 19:32 GMT
In reply to Comment 17 (Fabio Alemagna):
Posted by Fabio Alemagna (Trusted user) on 17-Mar-2004 15:50:15

In Reply to Comment 3 (T_Bone):
> Anyone know who else is involved in KMOS? ie: are Fleecy and Bill really
> shareholders? (And if so, why?)

Uh... they sold the stuff to... themselves? :-o That'd be funny, indeed.
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Actually a corporation is a seperate entity (legalaly) - however your point is made.
KMOS Info : Comment 32 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 17-Mar-2004 19:33 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (Anonymous):
n Reply to Comment 1 (Pimploch):
Rich Woods!

Well, why don't you start investigating genesi and see all about the story we could read in newspapers last year?
I have some ideas that you will find lot more interesting stuff than this one!
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Why don't YOU investigate Genesi since you have such a keen interest in them?

Answer: Because you haven't the faintest clue on how to do the research yourself!
KMOS Info : Comment 33 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 17-Mar-2004 19:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 28 (Anonymous):
Posted by Anonymous (66.25.207.2) on 17-Mar-2004 19:02:36

In Reply to Comment 6 (T_Bone):
I did pay the $20, and there is nothing interesting...
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So post the info if you care too. "Interesting" has a bad connotation!
KMOS Info : Comment 34 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Troels on 17-Mar-2004 19:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Rich Woods):
Pay yourself Rich, it's your hobby :)
KMOS Info : Comment 35 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Gregg on 17-Mar-2004 19:51 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (mojo):
Comparisons to Liberia et. al should never be made.

Why not?

Gregg
KMOS Info : Comment 36 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Troels on 17-Mar-2004 19:58 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (hooligan/dcs):
hmmm.. Must buy shares in some popcorn factory.

Since last sunday (where my favourite football team lost 6-1 to nr 2 in DK :( the popcorn industry has expirienced an enormous boom. In most places it's allready sold out and the few shops that still have some in stock are charging premium prices for what used to cost only a few DKR. Same goes for Kleenex btw. :)
KMOS Info : Comment 37 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 17-Mar-2004 20:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 33 (Rich Woods):
I don't care. Last annual tax report filed in 2003. Exciting! Annual tax assessment is $35.00. Oh boy! Tax due was $0.00. Amazing! Total authorized shares is 25,000,000. Fascinating! The registered agent is "XL Corporate Services, Inc." Yes! A 3-page document with the document code "0102S" and description "Incorp Deleware Stock Co." was filed on 10/07/2003 at 10:15 am.

And... that's all. And don't tell me that it was worth it.
KMOS Info : Comment 38 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by David Meiklejohn on 17-Mar-2004 22:05 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Kjetil):
"I think we are I better position then whit ESCOM, Viscorp or any other previous company, maybe whit the exception of Commodore and Amiga Inc"

Escom would have been really good if they had not gone broke. That's only because they made poor decisions with their PC business, but they were doing as much with the Amiga as we could have hoped for - setting up a company dedicated to the Amiga business, restarting sales of A1200s, opening up new markets for classic Amigas, designing a next generation Amiga (the Walker) and beginning the migration of AmigaOS to PPC. Had they stayed in business, we would have had PPC Amigas years ago...


David Meiklejohn
KMOS Info : Comment 39 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Agima on 17-Mar-2004 22:40 GMT
Here's a business card for the CEO:

http://www.users.qwest.net/~amiga/harry.jpg
KMOS Info : Comment 40 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 17-Mar-2004 22:49 GMT
In reply to Comment 37 (Anonymous):
Posted by Anonymous (66.25.207.2) on 17-Mar-2004 21:14:26

In Reply to Comment 33 (Rich Woods):
I don't care. Last annual tax report filed in 2003. Exciting! Annual tax assessment is $35.00. Oh boy! Tax due was $0.00. Amazing! Total authorized shares is 25,000,000. Fascinating! The registered agent is "XL Corporate Services, Inc." Yes! A 3-page document with the document code "0102S" and description "Incorp Deleware Stock Co." was filed on 10/07/2003 at 10:15 am.
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Apparently you can't discern the info that is important. Authorized shares is 25,000,000 - were the names of the shareholders listed? Or were NO shares outstanding.

Not important to you since you cannot see the significance of such and know what is supposed to be done with listed shares.

I posted the info on the registered agent XL - aim is to find out the corporate officers, addresses and stock disbursement of each.
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And... that's all. And don't tell me that it was worth it.


I agree the $20 is high - but that's the way you do research - and the cost you have to pay. But at least you got SOMETHING for your $20 - better than NO T SHIRT for $50!
KMOS Info : Comment 41 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 17-Mar-2004 22:52 GMT
In reply to Comment 39 (Agima):
Here's a business card for the CEO:

http://www.users.qwest.net/~amiga/harry.jpg
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Just post it instead of giving out no good links.
KMOS Info : Comment 42 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Agima on 17-Mar-2004 22:59 GMT
In reply to Comment 41 (Rich Woods):
>>Just post it instead of giving out no good links.

The link is fine you moron. It's not fault the web site can't deal with a friggin' " ~ " in a url address.
KMOS Info : Comment 43 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Van_M on 17-Mar-2004 23:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (David Meiklejohn):
Escom would have done well if the low-end part of the hardwre they sold, was not so terribly out-dated... By '96 PC's had Quake and the 1200 was still stuck to the '020!
KMOS Info : Comment 44 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by 3seas on 17-Mar-2004 23:32 GMT
you all are nuts...

its just legal manipulations of property.

It really should be obvious.
KMOS Info : Comment 45 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Lost souls on 18-Mar-2004 01:47 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (David Meiklejohn):
"Escom would have been really good if they had not gone broke. That's only because they made poor decisions with their PC business, but they were doing as much with the Amiga as we could have hoped for - setting up a company dedicated to the Amiga business, restarting sales of A1200s, opening up new markets for classic Amigas, designing a next generation Amiga (the Walker) and beginning the migration of AmigaOS to PPC. Had they stayed in business, we would have had PPC Amigas years ago...
David Meiklejohn"

oh:P

That was the beginning of the end for Amiga!

Amiga got stuck with that fool Petro etc.
KMOS Info : Comment 46 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by David Meiklejohn on 18-Mar-2004 02:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 45 (Lost souls):
"That was the beginning of the end for Amiga!

Amiga got stuck with that fool Petro etc. "

So who was worse, Irving Gould, Petro, or Bill McEwen?
Petro may have been a fool. He certainly treated some people badly. But Escom was moving in the right direction, taking concrete action like restarting production, while planning for the future. Yes, they sold the A1200 while it was outdated, but there was still some demand for them at the time and the their strategy was to sell them into places like India. But they knew there was no future in that, so they designed the Walker (and built real prototypes) and started porting AmigaOS to PPC. Seems like a sensible approach.
KMOS Info : Comment 47 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 18-Mar-2004 06:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 40 (Rich Woods):
Well... You now have all the information that I have. I did forget to mention that the company status is "good standing."

If you look at the help section, it tells you what all $20 gives you. I was actually hoping for more detailed information, but *shrug*
KMOS Info : Comment 48 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by EyeAm on 18-Mar-2004 06:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 37 (Anonymous):
>"Incorp Deleware Stock Co." was filed on 10/07/2003 at 10:15 am.

Oh, thank you :) Libra Sun (approx. 12th House cusp)

--EyeAm
http://s87767106.onlinehome.us
KMOS Info : Comment 49 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Chris Perver on 18-Mar-2004 08:09 GMT
From Amiga.com
"Amiga, Inc. established itself in 1985 as the premier provider of multimedia technologies to the world. Its award-winning software has been a mainstay for motion picture studios, government agencies, and entertainment enthusiasts from around the world. Today Amiga continues to lead the way in multimedia development by providing developers with hardware-independent technologies for writing and porting applications to a new hardware-agnostic, multimedia platform."

Sounds familiar?
In 1987, a crack commando unit were sent to prison for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade in the Los Angeles underground. Today they exist as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, and if noone else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire "the 'A' (Amiga) team"
KMOS Info : Comment 50 of 60ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 18-Mar-2004 08:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 49 (Chris Perver):
"Amiga, Inc. established itself in 2000 as the premier provider of nothing to the world. It's largely unknown software has been a cause of bemusement to companies that would rather just go to the source, Tao, themselves instead of paying a middleman like Amiga, Inc. for a useless trademark. Today Amiga continues to lead the way in confidence scam development by providing developers with the opportunity to pay and get nothing in return."
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