Yes, that's right. IGE owns Affinity Media, not the other way around as they would lead you to believe. Even though I had received a copy of the document entitled "Restated Certificate of Incorporation of Affinity Media, INC.", Pig over at Wandering Goblin did as well, and he's written a very long and detailed account of some of the history and given details about the above mentioned document, which is a matter of public record:
"After reading the Affinity Media stock documents, I couldn't help by feel that Affinity has been hiding quite a bit. In fact, I simply couldn't help but form the opinion that they've been simply lying. They're involved, via Itemmania, in gold-selling. It's not just an auction house, as they claimed. It's gold selling, and the company features prominently in Affinity's legal filings. What's worse, IGE is mentioned in virtually every business deal the document describes. They're involved with Yantis Enterprises, presumably the same company that allegedly bought IGE a couple of months ago. I'm not claiming to be an expert, a stockbroker, or a corporate lawyer, but this document doesn't make Affinity look good. It gives the impression that they've been flat-out deceiving everyone."