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Full title: Chapter 11 Monthly Operating Report for Case Number 18-14685 for the Month Ending: 06/09/2021 Filed by GABRIELLE A. HAMM on behalf of POST 135 BY MAIL, INC. (HAMM, GABRIELLE) (Entered: 06/20/2021)

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Statement of Cash Receipts & Disbursements for Month Current Month Prior Month (Case to Date)a.(Attach explanation, if post-petition taxes or U.S. Trustee Quarterly Fees are not paid current or if post-petition tax reporting and tax return filings are not current.)Gain or (Loss) from Sale of Equipment $0 41 Other (Attach List) $0 otal Federal Taxes $0 $0 $0 $0 tate and Local Income Tax Withholding $0 ccount Purpose alance, End of Month otal Funds on Hand for all Accounts STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS Increase/(Decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents

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DISTRICT OF NEVADA In re: Gump's By Mail, Inc. Case No. BK-S-18-14685-(cid:48)(cid:46)(cid:49) CHAPTER 11 MONTHLY OPERATING REPORT (GENERAL BUSINESS CASE) SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL STATUS MONTH ENDED: Jun-21 PETITION DATE: 08/03/18 1. Debtor in possession (or trustee) hereby submits this Monthly Operating Report on the Accrual Basis of accounting (or if checked here Xthe Office of the U.S. Trustee or the Court has approved the Cash Basis of Accounting for the Debtor). Dollars reported in $1 End of Current End of Prior As of Petition 2. Asset and Liability Structure Month Month Filing a. Current Assets $70,000 $70,000 $5,998,227 b. Total Assets $70,000 $70,000 $5,998,227 c. Current Liabilities $0 $0 d. Total Liabilities $24,843,443 $24,843,443 $23,755,942 Cumulative 3. Statement of Cash Receipts & Disbursements for Month Current Month Prior Month (Case to Date)a. Total Receipts $0 $0 $180,255 b. Total Disbursements $0 $0 c. Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over Disbursements (a - b) $0 $0 $180,255d. Cash Balance Beginning of Month $0 $0 e. Cash Balance End of Month (c + d) $0 $0 $180,255 Cumulative Current Month Prior Month (Case to Date) 4. Profit/(Loss) from the Statement of Operations $0 $0 ($222,894)5. Account Receivables (Pre and Post Petition) $0 $0 $0 6. Post-Petition Liabilities $0 $0 $0 7. Past Due Post-Petition Account Payables (over 30 days) $0 $0At the end of this reporting month: Yes No 8. Have any payments been made on pre-petition debt, other than payments in the normal Xcourse to secured creditors or lessors? (if yes, attach listing including date ofpayment, amount of payment and name of payee) 9. Have any payments been made to professionals? (if yes, attach listing including date of Xpayment, amount of payment and name of payee) 10. If the answer is yes to 8 or 9, were all such payments approved by the court? 11. Have any payments been made to officers, insiders, shareholders, relatives? (if yes, Xattach listing including date of payment, amount and reason for payment, and name of payee)12. Is the estate insured for replacement cost of assets and for general liability? X13. Are a plan and disclosure statement on file? X 14. Was there any post-petition borrowing during this reporting period? X15. Check if paid: Post-petition taxes X ; U.S. Trustee Quarterly Fees ; Check if filing is current for: Post-petition tax reporting and tax returns: . (Attach explanation, if post-petition taxes or U.S. Trustee Quarterly Fees are not paid current or if post-petition tax reporting and tax return filings are not current.) I declare under penalty of perjury I have reviewed the above summary and attached financial statements, and after making reasonable inquiry believe these documents are correct. Digitally signed by Tony Lopez Tony LopezDN: cn=Tony Lopez, o=Assurance Partners, LLP, ou, email=tlopez@assurancepartnersllp.com, c=US Date: 6/19/2021 Date: 2021.06.19 12:51:46 -07'00' Responsible Individual 1 Due to the consolidated cash management system, all cash flows into and out of Gump’s Corp. regardless of which legal entity incurred the expense, and receipts and

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(General Business Case) For the Month Ended 06-09-21 Current Month Cumulative Next Month Actual Forecast Variance (Case to Date) Forecast Revenues: $0 1 Gross Sales $0 2 less: Sales Returns & Allowances $0 $0 $0 3 Net Sales $0 $0 $0 $0 4 less: Cost of Goods Sold (Schedule 'B')$0 $0 $0 5 Gross Profit $0 $0 $0 6 Interest $0 7 Other Income: $0 8 $0 9 $0 $0 $0 10 Total Revenues $0 $0 Expenses: $0 11 Compensation to Owner(s)/Officer(s) $0 12 Salaries $0 13 Commissions $0 14 Contract Labor Rent/Lease: $0 15 Personal Property $0 16 Real Property $0 17 Insurance $0 18 Management Fees $0 ** $0 19 Depreciation $67,809 Taxes: $0 20 Employer Payroll Taxes $0 21 Real Property Taxes $0 22 Other Taxes $0 23 Other Selling $0 $0 24 Other Administrative $71,859 $0 25 Interest $0 26 Other Expenses: $0 * $0 27Paper adjust to market $83,226 $0 28 $0 29 $0 30 $0 31 $0 32 $0 33 $0 34 $0 $0 $0 35 Total Expenses $222,894 $0 $0 $0 $0 36Subtotal ($222,894) $0 Reorganization Items: $0 37 Professional Fees $0 38 Provisions for Rejected Executory Contracts $0 39 Interest Earned on Accumulated Cash from Resulting Chp 11 Case $0 40 Gain or (Loss) from Sale of Equipment $0 41 U.S. Trustee Quarterly Fees $0 42 $0 $0 $0 43 Total Reorganization Items $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 44 Net Profit (Loss) Before Federal & State Taxes ($222,894) $0$0 45 Federal & State Income Taxes $0 $0 $0 46Net Profit (Loss) ($222,894) $0

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(General Business Case) For the Month Ended 06-09-21 Assets From Schedules Market Value Current Assets 1 Cash and cash equivalents - unrestricted 2 Cash and cash equivalents - restricted 3 Accounts receivable (net) $0 4 Inventory $0 5 Prepaid expenses 6 Professional retainers 7 Other: Packaging/Paper Supplies $70,000 8 9 Total Current Assets $70,000 Property and Equipment (Market Value) 10 Real property $0 11 Machinery and equipment $0 12 Furniture and fixtures $0 13 Office equipment $0 14 Leasehold improvements $0 15 Vehicles $0 16 Other: 17 18 19 20 21 Total Property and Equipment $0 Other Assets 22 Loans to shareholders 23 Loans to affiliates 24 Goodwill and General Intangibles - the Gump's name and other25 intellectual property and general intangibles are reported in In re26 Gump's Corp., Case No. 18-14684-MKN 27 28 Total Other Assets $0 29 Total Assets $70,000 NOTE: Indicate the method used to estimate the market value of assets (e.g., appraisals; familiarity with comparable market prices, etc.) and the date the value was determined.

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(General Business Case) Liabilities From Schedules Post-Petition Current Liabilities 30 Salaries and wages 31 Payroll taxes 32 Real and personal property taxes 33 Income taxes 34 Sales taxes $0 35 Notes payable (short term) 36 Accounts payable (trade) 37 Real property lease arrearage 38 Personal property lease arrearage 39 Accrued professional fees 40 Current portion of long-term post-petition debt (due within 12 months)41 Other: 42 43 44 Total Current Liabilities $0 45 Long-Term Post-Petition Debt, Net of Current Portion 46 Total Post-Petition Liabilities $0 Pre-Petition Liabilities (allowed amount) 47 Secured claims D $17,792,710 48 Priority unsecured claims E 49 General unsecured claims F $7,050,733 50 Total Pre-Petition Liabilities $24,843,443 51 Total Liabilities $24,843,443 Equity (Deficit) 52 Retained Earnings/(Deficit) at time of filing 53 Capital Stock 54 Additional paid-in capital 55 Cumulative profit/(loss) since filing of case 56 Post-petition contributions/(distributions) or (draws) 57 Bankruptcy Related ($24,773,443) 58 Market value adjustment 59 Total Equity (Deficit) ($24,773,443) 60 Total Liabilities and Equity (Deficit) $70,000

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SCHEDULES TO THE BALANCE SHEET (General Business Case) Schedule A Accounts Receivable and (Net) Payable Accounts Receivable Accounts Payable Past Due eceivables and Payables Agings [Pre and Post Petition] [Post Petition] Post Petition Debt0 -30 Days 31-60 Days 61-90 Days $0 91+ Days Total accounts receivable/payable $0 $0 Allowance for doubtful accounts Accounts receivable (net) $0 Schedule B Inventory/Cost of Goods Sold ypes and Amount of Inventory(ies) Cost of Goods Sold Inventory(ies) Balance at End of Month Inventory Beginning of Month Add - Retail/Restaurants - Net purchase Product for resale Direct labor Manufacturing overhead Distribution - Freight in Products for resale Other: Manufacturer - Raw Materials Work-in-progress Less - Finished goods Inventory End of Month Shrinkage Other - Explain Personal Use Cost of Goods Sold $0 TOTAL $0 Method of Inventory Control Inventory Valuation Methods Do you have a functioning perpetual inventory system? Indicate by a checkmark method of inventory usedYes No How often do you take a complete physical inventory? Valuation methods - FIFO cost Weekly LIFO cost Monthly Lower of cost or market Quarterly Retail method Semi-annually Other Annually Explain ate of last physical inventory was ate of next physical inventory is

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Real Property escription Cost Market Value Total $0 $0 Schedule D Other Depreciable Assets escription Cost Market Value achinery & Equipment - Total $0 $0 urniture & Fixtures - $0 $0 Total $0 $0 ffice Equipment - Total $0 $0 easehold Improvements - Total $0 $0 ehicles - Total $0 $0

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Aging of Post-Petition Taxes (As of End of the Current Reporting Period) axes Payable 0-30 Days 31-60 Days 61-90 Days 91+ Days Total ederal Income Tax Withholding $0 FICA - Employee $0 FICA - Employer $0 Unemployment (FUTA) $0 Income $0 Other (Attach List) $0 otal Federal Taxes $0 $0 $0 $0 tate and Local Income Tax Withholding $0 Unemployment (UT) $0 Disability Insurance (DI) $0 Empl. Training Tax (ETT) $0 Sales $0 Excise $0 Real property $0 Personal property $0 Income $0 Other (Attach List) $0 otal State & Local Taxes $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 otal Taxes $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Schedule F Pre-Petition Liabilities Claimed Allowed ist Total Claims For Each Classification - Amount Amount (b)Secured claims (a) $17,792,710 $17,792,710 Priority claims other than taxes Priority tax claims General unsecured claims $7,050,733 $7,050,733 (a) List total amount of claims even it under secured. (b) Estimated amount of claim to be allowed after compromise or litigation. As an example, you are a defendant in a lawsuit alleging damage of $10,000,000 and a proof of claim is filed in that amount. You believe that you can settle the case for a claim of $3,000,000. For Schedule F reporting purposes you should list $10,000,000 as the Claimed Amount and $3,000,000 as the Allowed Amount. Schedule G Rental Income Information Not applicable to General Business Cases Schedule H Recapitulation of Funds Held at End of Month Account 1 Account 2 Account 3 Account 4 ank ccount Type ccount No. ccount Purpose alance, End of Month otal Funds on Hand for all Accounts

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STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS Increase/(Decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents For the Month Ended 06-09-21 Actual Cumulative Current Month (Case to Date) Cash Receipts Rent/Leases Collected Cash Received from Sales Interest Received Borrowings Funds from Shareholders, Partners, or Other Insiders Capital Contributions Sterling DIP Funding (See Case 18-14684-MKN) Gordon Brothers/Hilco Guaranty (See Case 18-14684-MKN) Gordon Brothers/Hilco - Reimbursed Expenses (See Case 18-14684-MKN) 0 Cash Received from Vantiv/WorldPay - Credit card reserve $180,2551 2 Total Cash Receipts $0 $180,255 Cash Disbursements 3 Payments for Inventory 4 Selling 5 Administrative 6 Capital Expenditures 7 Principal Payments on Debt 8 Interest Paid Rent/Lease: 9 Personal Property 0 Real Property Amount Paid to Owner(s)/Officer(s) 1 Salaries 2 Draws 3 Commissions/Royalties 4 Expense Reimbursements 5 Other 6 Salaries/Commissions (less employee withholding) 7 Management Fees Taxes: 8 Employee Withholding 9 Employer Payroll Taxes 0 Real Property Taxes 1 Other Taxes 2 Other Cash Outflows: 3 Gift Cards & Bridal Redemptions (Gump's Corp., Case No. 4 18-14684-MKN) 5 6 7 8 Total Cash Disbursements: $0 $0 9Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash $0 $180,255 0Cash Balance, Beginning of Period 1Cash Balance, End of Period $0 $180,255

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