Although I haven't received any pump emails from $INCT, here are the reasons I think it may be one either by the company paying a promoter to pump or by doing it themselves:
1. Price jumped from 0.07c to 0.73c in 15 days. That's a 165% gain in 15 days for those that want to bypass the math.
2. Here are the press release titles in that time span:
12/5/2016: "InCapta, Inc. to Produce its First Original TV Movie for Release in 2017 with Actor Nick Mancuso Directing"
Here's Nick Mancuso on IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0541576/ anyone watch Under Siege 2 back in 1995? lol
12/9/2016: "InCapta, Inc. to Produce a Weekly Breaking News Program in 2017"
Producing a Weekly Breaking News program huh? I hope it wont be produced in your offices located here on google maps:
12/16/2016: "InCapta, Inc. to Produce Automobile TV Program, "Car Flip Guys" in 2017
"Car Flip Guys" does not show up on IMDB and usually even if it's pre-production, it will show up on IMDB (but they simply may not have gone through the trouble of adding it there so who knows)
3. If you go to their website at: incapta.com, it will redirect you to 'http://tgin.co'. If you type in 'http://tgin.co' you'll be redirected to thankgodimnatural.com. A "Green Tea Super Moise Leave In Conditioner" website pictured here:
4. If you get to their main home page, you'll notice dead links (links that don't work). Most notably the "View our Television Projects" link on the left side of the 'About' page which will reroute you to incapta.tv, a godaddy advertisement page.
5. Their company name is 'InCapta Inc.' but their domain name (url) reroutes to tgin.co - o_0
6. Why is their a static (it doesn't change) ad strip with 4 brokers along the bottom half of the home page? lol
7. Why does it feel like the website was generated solely to attempt to show potential investors that they're a legit company?
8. The about page claims that: "InCapta has well over 45 years of business and development experience within it's management and development teams." - Also, they spelled 'its' wrong.
9. They also state that "InCapta, Inc. a Nevada Corporation ("Company") is a 28 years old corporation." (They spelled 'year' wrong.
10. The reason I'm pointing out number 8 and 9 is because I did a whois search on the domain name and I see that their domain name (url) was created in 2004. If your company is 28 years old, why did your website start in 2004 (only 12 years ago)? I realize there's a chance that they simply 'didn't get around to it', but if it's a legit company, in my mind, it's kind of an important deal:
In closing, my point here wasn't to bash this company (although I might have done that). I just believe it's important to look into things a bit deeper and hopefully this will give some people (who don't know where to look) some ideas as to where to go (other than just yahoo finance).