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TUFFY THE TRADER
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THIS IS HUGE!!!!THEY WILL LAUNCH A WEBSITE ON FRIDAY SIMILIAR TO EBAY!!!!ONLY BETTER!!
CHECK IT OUT WWW.PRIZEWISE.COM..
I HAVE BEEN A EBAYER SINCE 1998,AND I CAN TELL YOU PRIZEWISE IS GOING TO BE EXICITING!!!
CURRENTLY TRADING AT .03-.034.THE PPS HAS BEEN THAT WAY FOR A WHILE NOW..
DO THE DUE!!!YOU WANT IN BY CLOSE OF BUSINESS
ON THURSDAY!!!
ALSO THEY HAVE T.V. COMMERCIALS READY TO AIR!!!!

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not to be a wet blanket, but - prizewise is not better than ebay. ebay turned $441 billion in profit last year, prizewise i doubt it will bring in $10k. honestly i will be amazed if prizewise lasts more than a few months, what a goofy and hairbrained scheme
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Try making your post again without talking about the person... Just the stock...

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Goto google and type PRIZEWISE,not the www.prizewise.com.
It has 355 results...WOW!!!

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Hi Tuffy,
I am also an Ebayer, but sort of retired. Remember the good ole days of Ebay. Weren't they great!! Actually if Prizewise were to be a part of Ebay, I would jump in. Everything they touch turns to gold. They have the Midas touch.
However, the concept is still good, but my logic tells me that Prizewise might fly for a short time, maybe, based on hype and something new. But here are some questions. How are the buyers going to pay? Would they be mailing in their dollars, paying by check, Paypal? And the poor sellers. What are the fees. If the seller doesn't get his reserve, via enough participants, and no one wins item, will they have to pay additional fees to re-list the item, at some point, if reserve is not met. What if seller doesn't re-list the item. Will everyone get a refund?
I haven't had a chance to do the research on this company. Will be in touch, when I have found out more info about the company and the people involved in this new, perhaps exciting venture. If you own shares, I wish you Good Luck, and much Profit!
My Best,
Show-Me

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quote:
Originally posted by Show-Me-The-Money:
Hi Tuffy,
I am also an Ebayer, but sort of retired. Remember the good ole days of Ebay. Weren't they great!! Actually if Prizewise were to be a part of Ebay, I would jump in. Everything they touch turns to gold. They have the Midas touch.
However, the concept is still good, but my logic tells me that Prizewise might fly for a short time, maybe, based on hype and something new. But here are some questions. How are the buyers going to pay? Would they be mailing in their dollars, paying by check, Paypal? And the poor sellers. What are the fees. If the seller doesn't get his reserve, via enough participants, and no one wins item, will they have to pay additional fees to re-list the item, at some point, if reserve is not met. What if seller doesn't re-list the item. Will everyone get a refund?
I haven't had a chance to do the research on this company. Will be in touch, when I have found out more info about the company and the people involved in this new, perhaps exciting venture. If you own shares, I wish you Good Luck, and much Profit!
My Best,
Show-Me

OKAY,THANKS SHOW ME!!
CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE!!!
ITS GOING TO BE EXCITING!!


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I just tried to register on Prizewise to be ready for Friday's opening. One thing I didn't like was in order to register I would have to give my credit card information. I didn't like that so very pretty good so I quit there. Maybe I did something wrong.
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quote:
Originally posted by Show-Me-The-Money:
But here are some questions. How are the buyers going to pay? Would they be mailing in their dollars, paying by check, Paypal? And the poor sellers. What are the fees. If the seller doesn't get his reserve, via enough participants, and no one wins item, will they have to pay additional fees to re-list the item, at some point, if reserve is not met. What if seller doesn't re-list the item. Will everyone get a refund?
My Best,
Show-Me
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Hi ShowMe,
I registered at prizewise.com, and I had the option to register with my cc# or checking account.

This is similar to Ebay in the signup process: username, password, your actual name,... but no paypal. The buyers purchase coupons($1 per coupon). However, I would not call them buyers. They are more want to be winners. And the chance of you winning easy much better than going to Vegas or playing the lottery since it is based on how many tickets are entered for that item. If the total tickets are not met, sellers are allowed to re-list. And the buyers/players will get their refunds/tickets back. The commission for listing the item is 17%. Therefore, if you are the seller with an item worth i.e. $200, the seller would make the total tickets approx. 400. If the 400 tickets are met, there will be a drawing for the winning ticket. You know what? You can go to their FAQ and it will answer your questions. I am just blabbing away. I got in when it was at $.031. Boo-hoo for me, my funds are being transferred from Scottrade. I wish I could buy more than my tiny ##,### shares. I am totally regretting signing up with Scottrade.

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SWEETS,
I KNOW THE FEELING!!!
I HAVE SCOTT ASWELL..
I WISH I KNEW ABOUT THIS BEFORE I SUNK ALL MY MONEY IN QBID!!!!
HERE IS LEVEL II FOR TFCT

MMD Bid Bid Size
NITE 0.042 50
GVRC ↑ 0.041 50
TDCM 0.041 50
BAMM ↑ 0.040 50
BMIC 0.040 50
SCHB 0.040 50
WIEN ↑ 0.038 50
JEFF ↓ 0.037 50
PERT 0.037 50
FRAN ↓ 0.033 50
CRWN 0.033 50
VFIN ↓ 0.030 50
VIEW ↓ 0.030 50
ALPS 0.030 50
SEAB 0.030 50
NATL 0.029 50
VNDM 0.029 50
FLCR 0.024 50
HILL 0.024 50
CARR 0.020 50
MAYF 0.020 50
SACM 0.020 50
AGIS 0.020 50
FINV 0.014 50
EFGI 0.010 50

MMD Ask Ask Size
BMIC ↑ 0.042 50
AGIS ↓ 0.043 50
GVRC 0.043 50
TDCM ↑ 0.043 50
SCHB ↑ 0.043 50
HILL ↑ 0.044 50
BAMM 0.044 50
WIEN ↑ 0.044 50
NITE 0.044 50
VIEW 0.045 50
JEFF 0.045 50
CRWN ↑ 0.045 50
FINV ↓ 0.046 50
VNDM ↓ 0.047 50
SEAB ↓ 0.047 50
PERT ↑ 0.049 50
FLCR 0.050 50
SACM ↑ 0.053 50
VFIN 0.060 50
MAYF 0.070 50
NATL 0.070 50
EFGI 0.090 50
FRAN 0.097 50
CARR 0.100 50
ALPS ↑ 45.000 2

Price Qty Time
0.042 5000 05/20/04
0.042 5000 05/20/04
0.042 5000 05/20/04
↑ 0.042 56756 05/20/04
0.041 56756 05/20/04
0.041 40000 05/20/04
0.041 15000 05/20/04
↓ 0.041 60000 05/20/04
↑ 0.042 50000 05/20/04
0.041 5000 05/20/04
↓ 0.041 25000 05/20/04
0.042 25000 05/20/04
0.042 36000 05/20/04
0.042 5000 05/20/04
↑ 0.042 5000 05/20/04
0.041 17000 05/20/04
0.041 17000 05/20/04
↓ 0.041 30000 05/20/04
↑ 0.042 30000 05/20/04
0.041 5000 05/20/04
0.041 5000 05/20/04
0.041 5000 05/20/04
0.041 3800 05/20/04
0.041 45000 05/20/04
0.041 5000 05/20/04


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quote:
Originally posted by TUFFY THE TRADER:
[B]SWEETS,
I KNOW THE FEELING!!!
I HAVE SCOTT ASWELL..
I WISH I KNEW ABOUT THIS BEFORE I SUNK ALL MY MONEY IN QBID!!!!


I still have a tad on Qbid, but I sunk tons of money on srci when it was at .0007. Now, I promised myself not to buy pinks with Scottrade. They've raped me enough (LOL). After losing over $1500 in their commission fees. I am done with them.

I am really new with trading. I just started around a month ago, but I'm sure that TFCT will be great. I hope Prizewise will market similar to EBAY. EBAY I believe is trading at $80+. That would be Sweet!

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i'm with blue here......
it's obviously a good trade, but e-bay????
so blue, one of the lessons i have learned in the pennies is not to try to use too much logic...LOL
good luck.........

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Wish I would have seen this Post Yesterday..! This was a nice HIT TtT"....
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EDIT:For refresh Double Post

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I wish I had visited Prizewise before I sold most of my shares at a small profit.
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I think this could be good because the seller can receive about 140% of the value of what he is selling. I think that is after fees. The buyers are not buying coupons to use for the auctions but discount coupons for purchases on goods they would get elsewhere and the prize tickets are given for free. So there is no paypal to hassle with, no waiting for payment, a listing can be there for 100 days without recurring fees and this could be good if it runs smooth and the coupons are worthwhile. I haven't registered yet but plan on it soon. The things I would have put on ebay I will put on prizewise. Could do well. I have 5000 shares left. If it turns out to be good I will be happy and if it retraces big I will buy. IMO-DD-Debi

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HEY,
SWEETS!!!
STARBUCKS ON ME!!!!!
YOUNG FETTA-WHERE YOU AT!!!!!

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L2
BID / ASK
1@.05 / 1@.051
5@.049 / 1@.052
1@.048 / 1@.053
2@.047 / 2@.054
2@.046 / 3@.0545

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quote:
Originally posted by TUFFY THE TRADER:
HEY,
SWEETS!!!
STARBUCKS ON ME!!!!!
YOUNG FETTA-WHERE YOU AT!!!!!

Tuffy, how did you know that I needed Starbucks? LOL. I took a very long nap recently. I was just waking up to see that our stock is down a itsy bit. No big. I still think it will do just fine. I wish I could say the same with the rest of my stocks. Yuck! They are pititul. By the way, I was reading the other thread under micro penny .10. There some heated debates of the pros and cons. Ya know I read Roger's comments. He isn't bad. I am a newbie. You can't be more naive than me, but I have common sense. I KNOW that this is NOT going to be EBAY overnight, and I don't think Prizewise needs to compete with EBAY. Different strategy of selling and winning. However, it will work if they have their marketing squared away. I'm 31 soon to be 32, and I like 50 cents music not all but definitely "in da club". Prizewise will be successful. At least that's my opinion.
I can't wait for Monday or June 10th for them to launch their advertisement.

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We have lift of in 6 minutes and counting. http://www.prizewise.com
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SWEETS,
I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO MONDAY,WE WILL HAVE A BREAKOUT...I THINK WE WILL HAVE A GOOD DAY...
I WILL POST SOME DD LATER,
I AM A MEMBER ON VARIOUS SITES...
HERE IS ONE FOR YOU -INVESTORS HUB.COM-THIS SITE IS INCREDIBLE...

TUFFY


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quote:
Originally posted by TUFFY THE TRADER:
SWEETS,
I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO MONDAY,WE WILL HAVE A BREAKOUT...I THINK WE WILL HAVE A GOOD DAY...
I WILL POST SOME DD LATER,
I AM A MEMBER ON VARIOUS SITES...
HERE IS ONE FOR YOU -INVESTORS HUB.COM-THIS SITE IS INCREDIBLE...

TUFFY



I bought in @.10 a while back...Hoping to recoop some losses on this one!


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Thanks Tuffy! I will check it out. Of course, I am still reading on the fundamental of trading 101. If you get my meaning. I am sooooo wet behind the ears. That is why I count on everyone's DD just to get ideas/opinions.

Instead of going shopping or chillin' at Starbucks, I am utilizing my $$ to invest. 'Course I'm a tad mean without my latte. Tee-hee.

Have a great weekend all. C'ya Monday Tuffy via Allstocks. :-)

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What is everyone's price target for TFCT in say 5 months from now? I personally have 40k @.029.
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http://quotes.barchart.com/texsnap.asp?sym=TFCT

http://charts3.barchart.com/procal.asp?sym=TFCT

http://quotes.barchart.com/texpert.asp?sym=TFCT

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=TFCT


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Is it a good sign when their server is down? TOO MUCH traffic? hmm... maybe they are just rebooting, but I would assume not.
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This is exciting! My heart is pounding, and I am feeling a sense of Euphoria! We are looking forward to buying some shares, and can't wait! Also I am planning to be a seller as well.
Thanks to All of you, for the info and help. We could have missed the boat, on this one, thanks Tuffy, Sweets, and everyone. May we all be blessed with alot of Good Luck, Show-Me

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SHOWME,
WE SHOULD ALL BE DANCING COME MONDAY...
OVER AT THE CBSMARKETWATCH BOARD ITS LIKE A BIG PARTY GOING ON RIGHT NOW!!!!!!
THIS THING IS HUGE!!!!
I THINK WE ARE AL GOING TO BE BLESSED WITH THIS ONE!!!!!

THE TUFF ONE!!!


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Hi Tuff,
Here's a toast to you, and Opportunity!! To the Leaders, and thread posters of the stock that will make us a goodly profit, and Show-Us-Some-Money!! I think that lots of Ebayers will participate in the Prizewise site, and that word of mouth, especially the Internet mouth will make this a permanent, and very popular site. Cheers,
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Does anyone know if this stock is traded on the Berlin exchange?
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GOOD QUESTION,
I WILL FIND OUT...

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FROM ANOTHER BOARD

From what I can see from every chart time frame from minute to week we could hit about .084 to.09 ,but remember the retrace so watch out for all who go scrambling to sell for a quick dime, people hold on this is a long but glorious ride, never forget yahoo or ebay or the little one so many over look Red Hat, it did at one time take a nice leap as I once predicted to many but so few heeded the call.

TUFFY


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Alright I am in...... I know we will see good things come of this.
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05/24/04
Pre-market points squarely at higher open, buoyed by Europe, Asia gains.

LOOKS LIKE A GREEN MONDAY!!!!


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FROM THE CBS BOARD THIS MORNING!!!!!


)TFCT is about to breakout above first resistance on very High volume...
2) Just had a RECORD(The highest volume in the history of the stock)ON FRIDAY UP 20+%
3)Just launched a GREAT E-BUSINESS that MOST PEOPLE LOVE!
4) TFCT has the highest VOLUME of posters on CBSMARKETWATCH today..Top 10 the last 8 weeks.BUZZZZZZZZZ!
5)ADVERTISING starts on JUNE 10th this will MAKE TFCT a HOUSE HOLD NAME!!Do you think maybe when this is .25 cents people may look at it and say.."BOY THAT IS CHEEP this has to go to $2.00"
6)TFCT has been profitable for the last 2 quarters..UNHEARD OF WITH A PENNY STOCK!
7)TFCT is going to be Profitable next quarter as well..
8)TFCT is going before Congress to PICK UP THE CASH!!(GRANT MONEY)in JUNE!!
9)When they pick up the cash PRIZE WISE WILL BE ADVERTISED LIKE CRAZY BY THEN..ALOT OF NEW INVESTORS...
10)This is a business developement company (BDC)=MUTUAL FUND TFCT is a PENNY STOCK MU


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ANYONE HAVING PROBLEMS ACTIVATING YOUR ACCOUNT CALL THIS NUMBER!!!!

NEW ACCOUNTS
If you have not activated your account by following the instructions in the welcome e-mail you were sent after registration, please do so by following the instructions there, or e-mailing Customer Service at: CustomerService@prizeWise.com, or calling (801) 355-2535.

TUFFY


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