Vana Blue Inc. Used Las Vegas Mailing Service

UPDATED 10:50 A.M. EDT (U.S.A.) A company that says it owns Karveck International, a firm with purported ties to the AdViewGlobal (AVG) autosurf and eWalletPlus, used an address in Las Vegas that resolves to a mailing service.

The address is 5348 Vegas Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89102. Vana Blue said in a document that purported to be filed to comply with SEC rules that it maintained “its principal executive offices” at the address, which resolves to a mailing service provided by IncParadise.com.

Vana Blue also used a Phoenix address — 4757 E. Greenway Rd Suite 107B-105 — in published materials. The Phoenix address resolves to a mail company known as PostNet, which was described as a “Mailbox Rental, Fax, Passport Photos, Copies, Notary, UPS, DHL, FedEx, USPS” service.

In a document dated March 31, 2009, Vana Blue said it was publishing information “required to Conform with the Provisions of Subparagraph (a)(5) of Rule 15c2-11 Promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.”

Vana Blue’s website at vanablue.com vanished yesterday. It was replaced by a GoDaddy.com page that beamed advertisements. Vana Blue trades as a Pinksheet stock under the symbol VBLU.

The purported March 31 filing by the firm to comply with SEC regulations said Vana Blue “currently has two subsidiaries TMS Corp and Karveck International.”

TMS Corp., also known as TMS Association, was the purported owner of eWalletPlus, which provided money services for AVG. In March, AVG announced its bank account had been suspended because too many members had wired transactions in excess of $9,500.

Although some AVG members said in March that eWalletPlus was continuing to process transactions for AVG, eWalletPlus said on its website that it no longer was accepting new registrants. The site eventually went offline, and now appears to be listed for sale on sedo.com.

Vana Blue shared details about its naming history in the March 31 document:

“The exact name of the issuer is Crosspoint Group, Inc., (herein sometimes called the “Company”). The Company was organized under the laws of the State of Nevada on September 26, 1997, under the name Valley Excavation and Trucking, Inc. The Issuer changed its name on February 16, 2000 to RX Technolgy (sic) Holdings, Inc. On August 8, (sic) 2005 changed name to Crosspoint Group, Inc. February 2007 to The Employer and Vana Blue, Inc. on (sic) March 2007.”

RX Technology is involved in civil litigation with the U.S. Department of Justice and the Internal Revenue Service over tax issues. On one hand, RX Technology said in court filings that “taxes [were] erroneously and illegally assessed and collected from the Plaintiff.”

On the other hand, the government says a tax bill of more than $252,000 remains unpaid.

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  1. “Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive”

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