Stock Projected to Trade Around $0.05 Per Share Post-Split
NEWTOWN, CT–(Marketwired – Oct 9, 2017) – Life’s Time Capsule Services, Inc. (“Life’s Time Capsule,”) (OTC PINK: LTCP), an online secure digital scrapbooking company, is pleased to announce that the Board has approved a 20-to-1 forward split on LTCP. FINRA has completed processing the Company’s corporate action notification form regarding the forward split, and will be announcing the split with an effective date of Tuesday, October 10, 2017. Effective at the market open on Tuesday morning, LTCP will commence trading with a “D” at the end of the ticker symbol (LTCPD) for twenty (20) consecutive trading days signifying the split. The D will be removed at the end of this period and trading will continue under the ticker symbol LTCP.
Management is very excited about the Company’s business plan, and the Board approved the split with the hope that the Company’s common stock will continue to become more actively traded. Recent stock trading of LTCP has been hovering around the $1.00 per share price so it is expected that the stock will open at around $0.05 per share after the split. The Company’s anticipated capitalization table is listed below:
About Life’s Time Capsule Services, Inc.
Life’s Time Capsule Services, Inc., is an innovative company positioned in the social media and online secure data storage space with unique services built to capture, preserve and share your digital legacy for present and future generations to add to and pass along for centuries to come. Life’s Time Capsule offers Individual, Family and Entity Plans, which allow the opportunity to upload and safely store digital images, videos, voice recordings, personal journal entries and all document types from your desktop or mobile device. Your media is automatically kept private, but you may choose to share it with other social media platforms. Each customer is also assigned a personalized, yet customizable URL, which allows the sharing of your media to the audience of your choosing while keeping your remaining files private. To ensure a lifetime of safekeeping and sharing of your digital legacy, Life’s Time Capsule Services, Inc., has partnered with Amazon to utilize its renowned cloud storage infrastructure. The mobile app, available in iTunes and Google Play stores, makes it convenient and easy to securely upload media stored on your phone for backup and sharing. It has both free and fee-based services as a service option.
The company is soon to introduce new platforms serving both the consumer and commercial markets.
About Halitron, Inc.
Halitron, Inc., (OTC PINK: HAON) a holding company, is focused on acquiring sales, marketing, and manufacturing businesses, and then rolling them into an efficient, low-cost operating infrastructure. Management targets operating entities that can either benefit from current operating infrastructure or operate autonomously and offer an additional product or service to scale existing operations. Halitron, Inc, owns 2,805,750 restricted common shares of LTCP as well as 100% of Preferred Stock C of LTCP.
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