It is a group of businessmen who had gone bankrupt due to the investments made based on this misleading information, who are preparing to take legal action against the culprits.
It is said that they are going to rest their case on the findings of an investigation conducted by a former head of the stock market.
According to the investigation, names of 18 businessmen who had engaged in these fraudulent activities have been revealed, reports say.
It is said that although the share value in these companies were around Rs.10-90 a year ago, they are currently being sold at a price of Rs.1-10 per share.
"Sri Lanka Mirror" will soon be revealing the names of these businessmen and their companies.