Pervasip Corp. (PVSP) leaps after gaining major investor

Posted on: Monday, May 16th, 2011
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Pervasip Corp. (Pink Sheets: PVSP) thundered ahead in price 112.7% in late Monday trading to 2.34 cents, on volume of nearly 10 million shares, after the White Plains, New York-based provider of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone services announced that a strategic investor, LLC, has signed an agreement with Pervasip’s lender to purchase all outstanding debt.

NetCapital’s Chairman, John Fanning, noted, “We have a track record of success with disruptive technologies, and Pervasip’s technology is a true example of how game-changing vision and wisdom can be forged into a paradigm-breaking commercial product. We have been following Pervasip for years, waiting for the right opportunity to partner and invest. Today we have found a time of great value.”

“We are pleased to have a friendly investor who wants to work with us to build value for our shareholders,” said Paul Riss, Pervasip’s Chief Executive Officer. “At this point in time, our original lender can no longer foreclose on our assets.”

Pervasip, which operates in the mobile VoIP arena and recently became a carrier for video VoIP telephone services, received orders last week for more than 300 video VoIP lines and is now the carrier for Bausch & Lomb’s video phones.

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  1. _Arthur says:

    In a most bizarre twist, one of the 3 NetCapital people involved is Ben Piilani.

    Ben Piilani was involved with VoxCorp(Pervasip) back in 2009.
    As part of the ZER01 scam, Piilani promised 300,000 VOIP subscriptions to VoxCorp, and never delivered.

    It is very strange to find this individual as a NetCapital officer.
    The very thin CV on the NetCapital webpage is entirely made up too.

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