Thunder Energies Corporation Unregistered Securities Issuance

On June 7, 2017 Thunder Energies Corporation, a Tarpon Springs Florida corporation, stock symbol TNRG, announced an unregistered issuance of equity securities.  The restricted securities were issued pursuant to approval from the board of directors to Dr. Santilli and Carla Santilli in lieu of payment of accrued salary.  As a result, Thunder Energies Corporation issued 16,530,769 shares to Mr. and Ms. Santilli at a price of six cents a share.

Thunder Energies Corporation maintains a website where investors, customers and vendors can go to get information on the company. The website is located here.

The most recent news on Thunder Energies Corporation as of the time of this blog post can be found on globenewswire.com, and is posted here.

There is a stock message board for Thunder Energies Corporation where investors and interested third parties communicate with each other about the company and the prospects for the stock. We do not endorse, affirm or deny any of the comments posted on the stock message board.

This blog post is for information purposes only.  No adverse interest should be drawn against any company engaged in the lawful issuance and sale of securities.

 

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