Today the Registrar of Companies Mr Neville Harris has announced his intention to remove two companies formerly directed by banned director Steve Crow, from the Register under section 318(1)(b) of the Companies Act 1993 (see Company removal notices www.companies.govt.nz). They were both involved in the hardcore pornography industry and are owned by CVC Group Ltd which is directed by a San Antonio Texas based certified public accountant (CPA), Mr John Malcolm Carr. [Read more…]
On Wednesday 11th August at 12.30 pm banned company director Steve Crow and Miss Erotica 2010 will be heading a parade of scorpion tanks, motorcycles with bare-breasted pillions and vehicles down Queen Street Auckland – in order to promote Crow’s failing hardcore pornography empire. Eden Digital Ltd directed by John Malcolm Carr, a San Antonio Texas based CPA, is the business entity linked to the parade of tawdry titillation that promotes a forthcoming three day event – Erotica Lifestyles Expo – featuring a collection of imported US-based porn stars, sex toys and lewd acts. On Thursday 12th August at 12.30 pm the same boringly predictable parade will head through Hamilton city streets.
Steve Crow is intending to hand out $250,000 worth of free vouchers to those attending the porn parades, so they can purchase hard core pornography DVDs marketed by his failing business Vixen Direct. [Read more…]
The major shareholder of porn ‘mother company’ CVC Group Ltd, from which Steve Crow has just resigned as director, is HWGA Co. Ltd which owns 40% of the CVC Group shares. Steve Crow who for the last ten months has been sole director of HWGA Co. Ltd and still remains its director, has today registered with the Companies Office, the appointment of CVC Group shareholder Leanne Marie Osborn. his sister and David Bruce Crow his bother, as two additional directors – effective from 15 May 2010. The Society lodged formal complaints with the Companies Office last year over the attempted appointment of David Crow as a director of HWGA Co. Ltd by Steve Crow and this led to the appointment (lodged as pending on the website) being withdrawn. [Read more…]