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Volume finally started to move but the stock is going down. Currently at .0035.
Any opinions on this one.

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Any opinion at all
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I bought 200k today. I think it is nearing the bottom if not already there. Could see a pop tommorrow based on todays news.
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Thats what im hoping for. ITs been one of my better picks lately
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I'm with you guys,hope it will pop :-)
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2004-09-21 09:35:28


Spencer Communications to Open Headquarters in San Francisco


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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Sept. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- InDigiNet, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: IDGN), a provider of managed communication solutions for Small to Mid-Size Enterprises (SMEs) in the United States, is pleased to announce that Spencer Communications Inc. (SCI) will locate its headquarter in San Francisco, California. "Vendor contracts have been signed and office space negotiations are underway," stated InDigiNet CEO Mark Ellis. "It's 475 miles between San Francisco and Newport Beach. This is far enough away to capture a different market while being close enough for us to keep a watchful eye on our subsidiary. Due to SCI being a startup with many expenses in the lucrative Northern California Bay Area market, we want to make sure that our shareholders get their money's worth. We will be staffing the entire company from the top down once everything is in place." Ellis further stated, "We chosen San Francisco for many reasons. First and foremost of which is that the creator of SCI, Mr. Danny Lee, has offices in San Francisco and will be able to nurture the process along for us. He will work closely with the integrator whom we have signed a license agreement. The Integrator will be issuing a press release after it has received approval from their parent publicly traded company. Until then, we can tell you that they're located in San Francisco and it's ran by telecom industry veterans. They are providing back office support and products from Broadsoft, Cisco Systems, Polycom, XO Networks and XTEN." "Although a lot seems to be happening all at once. It is not, because Mr. Lee has been working behind the scenes on this project since March 2003. Now that InDigiNet is finally ready for the pieces of the SCI puzzle, Mr. Lee is putting them together for us expeditiously in his home turf. In addition to the Integrator's press release, we will keep our shareholders fully informed as to the progress and associated expenditures. Lastly, we will also be seeking the assistance of telecom recruiters for staff and sales people along with the assistance from Investment Bankers on the best possible time to spin off SCI to our shareholders," concluded Ellis. About InDigiNet, Inc. InDigiNet, Inc. is an integrated solutions company that provides small to mid-size enterprises (SMEs) with an integrated communication solution. The Company will offer data, local, long distance and wireless services to SMEs over third party networks enabling the company to offer a comprehensive suite of services without the capital burden of building a communication network. Under the C2C Exchange (C2C) brand name, the Company is known as a website design, hosting and complete e-commerce provider delivering one of the easiest and most powerful website building solutions on the Internet. The Company and its development team have automated the ability for a user to quickly and easily create powerful, feature rich, professionally designed websites. C2C has incorporated state-of-the-art features with styles, layout and graphics in addition to powerful functional management tools that every successful business needs for e-commerce. In a fraction of the time it once took, a user can now create a fully functional e-commerce website using any Internet access method. Compared to the traditional costs of web development, this service is simple and affordable. For more information, go to http://www.c2cexchange.com. And for the Company's complete web design services, go to http://www.thesitedoctors.com. For more information about InDigiNet visit http://www.indiginet.com. Statements made in this press release regarding the Company's or management's intention, beliefs, expectations, or predictions for the future are forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks, assumptions and uncertainties that could cause the Company's actual results to differ materially from those projected in such forward-looking statements. These risks, assumptions and uncertainties include: the ability to compete effectively in a rapidly evolving and price competitive marketplace; possible reductions in demand for our products and services due to competition or changes in industry conditions; changes in the nature of telecommunications regulation in the United States and other countries; changes in business strategy; the successful integration of newly-acquired businesses; the impact of technological change; and other risks referenced from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For additional information call Investor Relations 949-476-3711 Or visit company website http://www.indiginet.com. SOURCE InDigiNet, Inc. -0- 09/21/2004 /CONTACT: Investor Relations of InDigiNet, Inc., +1-949-476-3711/ /Web site: http://www.thesitedoctors.com / /Web site: http://www.c2cexchange.com / /Web site: http://www.indiginet.com / (IDGN) CO: InDigiNet, Inc.; Spencer Communications Inc. ST: California IN: CPR TLS ITE ECM MLM NET OTC SU: PDT


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Up 66% Low Volume
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I like good news. Its going to go up soon.
.03---.06 would by nice.

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yes, it would be very nice
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So much for volume one this one today. Not a single trade.
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still not one
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im holding. Im going to be very patient.

In time this stock will climb.


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They appear to be intentionally driving the price down in order to buy the cheapest options possible. How low will it it go?
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Look guys.... this is one of those dillution things.... it will fall and fall, but usually will pop back up, maybe a lot, after the issuing of shares is done.... notice on level 2 the seller FANC, they are the ones that typically do the selling of the new shares from what I've heard/seen on other stokcs/boards... just like SEIH... once FANC disappears from the sell side, then it's probably timn to buy, but not until. FLCR is another one that I think does this, but not on this stock. Watch it and don't buy till FANC goes away.... and watching NITE helps a little too... most times NITE is just retail people like us, but Knight trading overall has been sued and accused of all sorts of crap, like naked shorting etc. I hate MM's anyway, and NITE is a pain especially.
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finally im on the plus side. I feel alot better after todays progress.
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I got in at .0035 so it's almost even for me...
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.0035 back down to .0025 and look who's on the ask at .0028 FANC! I told you it isn't over until the fat FANC is done selling.... though I don't understand why they show on the bid too at .0021
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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Sept. 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- InDigiNet, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: IDGN), a provider of managed communication solutions for Small to Mid-Size Enterprises (SMEs) in the United States, announced that it will delay the acquisition of Universal Broadband Communications, Inc. (UBC) until the first quarter of 2005 subject to share price stabilization and favorable exchange rates. "Yes we want to buy all of UBC's global assets and potential international revenue streams," stated InDigiNet CEO Mark Ellis. "However, with our stock currency depressed, the timing is not right for us to buy millions upon millions of dollars of assets. In spite of the potential multi-million dollar annual revenue streams, we simply can't afford it right now. And until Wall Street wakes up to all our accomplishments, the dilution that our shareholders would have to bear would be too great." Ellis further stated, "In the spirit of 'What's best for the shareholders,' we are re-evaluating all acquisitions under negotiation as to their immediate and future benefits they will bring to our valued proposition. InDigiNet is certainly in transition. Even in the short time that I've been CEO of this Company, some merger candidates are showing remarkable strength while others are fading and unlikely ever to resume their former stature. We will endeavor to make sure that our shareholders get what they paid for." "We don't know how to time Wall Street's reaction to our consistent hard working Main Street efforts. All we can do is continually put forth our very best and let our growing numbers speak for themselves. Our anticipation is that by Q1 of 2005, we can participate in mergers and acquisitions in the caliber of UBC. In the mean time, we will venture to close the smaller transactions and lockup their revenue base," concluded Ellis. About Universal Broadband Communications, Inc. Universal Broadband Communications, Inc. (UBC) is a publicly reporting California-based corporation, with headquarters in Irvine. UBC is a leading provider of next generation voice and data services to residential and enterprise markets. This highly aggressive provider offers a full range of enhanced long distance services, including switched and dedicated service, domestic and global calling cards, and toll free international calling. One of UBC's greatest strengths lies in its proprietary Internet technology, which enables customers to exploit the power of the Internet with a multitude of innovative and cost saving options. For additional information, visit http://www.ubcom.com. About InDigiNet, Inc. InDigiNet, Inc. is an integrated solutions company that provides small to mid-size enterprises (SMEs) with an integrated communication solution. The Company will offer data, local, long distance and wireless services to SMEs over third party networks enabling the company to offer a comprehensive suite of services without the capital burden of building a communication network. Under the C2C Exchange (C2C) brand name, the Company is known as a website design, hosting and complete e-commerce provider delivering one of the easiest and most powerful website building solutions on the Internet. The Company and its development team have automated the ability for a user to quickly and easily create powerful, feature rich, professionally designed websites. C2C has incorporated state-of-the-art features with styles, layout and graphics in addition to powerful functional management tools that every successful business needs for e-commerce. In a fraction of the time it once took, a user can now create a fully functional e-commerce website using any Internet access method. Compared to the traditional costs of web development, this service is simple and affordable. For more information, go to http://www.c2cexchange.com. And for the Company's complete web design services, go to http://www.thesitedoctors.com. For more information about InDigiNet visit http://www.indiginet.com. Statements made in this press release regarding the Company's or management's intention, beliefs, expectations, or predictions for the future are forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks, assumptions and uncertainties that could cause the Company's actual results to differ materially from those projected in such forward-looking statements. These risks, assumptions and uncertainties include: the ability to compete effectively in a rapidly evolving and price competitive marketplace; possible reductions in demand for our products and services due to competition or changes in industry conditions; changes in the nature of telecommunications regulation in the United States and other countries; changes in business strategy; the successful integration of newly- acquired businesses; the impact of technological change; and other risks referenced from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For additional information call Investor Relations 949-476-3711 Or visit company website http://www.indiginet.com. SOURCE InDigiNet, Inc. -0- 09/28/2004 /CONTACT: Investor Relations of InDigiNet, Inc., +1-949-476-3711 / /Web site: http://www.ubcom.com / /Web site: http://www.c2cexchange.com / /Web site: http://www.thesitedoctors.com / /Web site: http://www.indiginet.com/ (IDGN) CO: InDigiNet, Inc.; Universal Broadband Communications, Inc. ST: California IN: OTC CPR TLS ITE MLM ECM NET SU: TNM
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I still feel good about this stock
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Morning to all...I had over 60,000 shares of this stock before that reverse stock split and I am kinda not sure about buying back into this stock...Since it has dropped from .10 to where it is now in less than two months...I have now about 246 shares...The price of this stock is at a very attractive buy in price...Any views or opinons on where this stock is going and why is it taking so long to get out of its current slump...One more thing what is the total shares issued and outstanding since the stock split...

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Read my earlier posts... it's not over till the FANC lady sings!

Market Maker FANC is not done dumping the S8 shares announced in early Sept. Who knows what the bottom will be today it looks like .001, but it could easily go to .0001 but watch for when FANC (the a$$holes) stops being on the ask constantly.... they raised their ASK (like today to .0015) to lure people in like it's going up, and now they're trying to sell at .0012

Even when done, it doesn't mean it will pop back up...but it might...like SEIH did... big... so worth a few bucks I'm gonna average down from here a bit starting my buying at .0012 and below if it drops the next days


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Is that a mistake or is IDGN now at .01?? I checked 3 sources.
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i sure hope not. IF it went up 900% then tommorow it will fly high or drop back down to .0012. Ive got my fingers crossed.
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looks like it got 900% to me... You guys think it will fly tommarow or plumit??? Why the rise... any news??

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I have not received any news today. But if it stays at .01 or rises than good news is on the way. I feel that this is still a stock to hold. With-in four months i beleive it will be in the .03-.05 range.
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it's sort of a mistake there were like 4 million shares at .01 after hours... that's not a true after hours, cause there is no after hours in OTCBB, so it was a trade that didn't get booked or in this case I think it was a placement of the S8 shares at .01 I saw ones during the day at .011 which makes me think the stock has to get back to .01 or better for these buyers to even accept that .01 price... so it seems it will go back to .01 eventually
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Maybe those losers made it close at .01 so today it would look like it's down a ton, so they can move it up and accumulate without anyone noticing....
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ITs seems that holding was a good move. If it gets to .05---.09 that would be awesome.
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Next week will see alot of movement. Ill still hold some for the long run.
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The bid has raised to .0027
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IN DIGG ERRR NEEETTTT!!!!

go yo ho! LOL back to .0035 MM's are such losers !! big spreads = scare you to sell


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.005 by day end ! ! ! !
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I was close .0048 :-)

and 15 min left, it could make it :-0


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next week will be the week. Still hope for atleast .05
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Let's see what tomorrow will bring. .03 would be nice by thursday. It dont think it will stop their.
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