VinCompass Corp. (OTCMKTS:VCPS) Files An 8-K Changes in Control of Registrant

VinCompass Corp. (OTCMKTS:VCPS) Files An 8-K Changes in Control of Registrant

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On or about June 23, 2017, Ya-Ping Chang (“Chang”) fraudulently obtained EDGAR codes for VinCompass Corp. and prepared a false Form 8-K filing libelously stating that, Ya-Ping Chang was the 70% majority shareholder and that, “Peter Lachapelle had been removed as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors from the Company.” Chang’s statements completely contradict 18 months of filings, including audited financial statements by our auditor MaloneBailey.

In January 2016, Chang resigned as a director of the Company. Chang executed a waiver of all claims against VinCompass Corp., and confirmed as follows: “I confirm that I have no claim against the Corporation in respect of remuneration, severance, payments, pensions, expenses or compensation for the loss of office or in any other respect whatsoever.

The Corporation has filed a lawsuit against Chang for various causes of action and obtained a Restraining Order against Chang.

About VinCompass Corp. (OTCMKTS:VCPS)

VinCompass Corp., formerly Tiger Jiujiang Mining, Inc., is a development-stage company. The Company offers an e-commerce platform, VinCompass. The Company is focused on providing curated wine through its wine club, direct purchases through its application and private label wines. Its software platform determines an individual’s VinPrint, so consumers can purchase wine that meets their profile. The Company’s VinCompass application is available in the apple iTunes and Google Play. The Company offers e-commerce portal for wine. The Company has not generated any revenues.

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