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Received e-mail from Ed Lewis of IBZT, he states, that IBZT is awaiting certification from the FCC. Once the approval is received, they begin shipping to the internet customers,then to Circut City Stores. He says, that IBZT is presently in negotiation with other retailers, and will release PR

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oops,, did not get it all in befor it posted, Ed Lewis continued to report, that they will release PR as soon as those negotiation are finalised. Also they are working on being delisted from the Berlin exchange.

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I've been hearing that part from Ed about releasing a PR when deals are struck with retailers for 2 months now. Just like I've been reading that they are trying to get delisted from the BE for 3 weeks now. All the company needs to do is contact the Berlin Exchange and demand to be delisted, similar to the way TSBB and others have done. That's all there is to it. They have not done so, and I'm starting to have my suspicions.
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quote:
Originally posted by mainstay:
I've been hearing that part from Ed about releasing a PR when deals are struck with retailers for 2 months now. Just like I've been reading that they are trying to get delisted from the BE for 3 weeks now. All the company needs to do is contact the Berlin Exchange and demand to be delisted, similar to the way TSBB and others have done. That's all there is to it. They have not done so, and I'm starting to have my suspicions.


I'm with you mainstay. I read an article where someone from the Berlin Exchange was interviewed about this and they stated that all it took to get delisted was a request. Others have been delisted without taking this long so it does make you wonder. I was excited to invest in this company at first but I've seen too many promises that the company didn't follow through on. Not Bashing, just realistic.

If they don't do something quick this may never turn around.

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Same here. Even though I think at this level we could make profit, if all we heard is promises and nothing happened, the only way this is going is down.

PR is well overdue. At least, confirming they are out of the Berlin Exchange...that doesn't seem hard to do.

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I'm with you mainstay. I read an article where someone from the Berlin Exchange was interviewed about this and they stated that all it took to get delisted was a request. Others have been delisted without taking this long so it does make you wonder. I was excited to invest in this company at first but I've seen too many promises that the company didn't follow through on. Not Bashing, just realistic.

If they don't do something quick this may never turn around.




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Thanks.

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Originally posted by FurrySound:
Various possibilities:

Berlin Exchange listing, allows naked shorting - although they have been on there for a while

Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=IBZT.BE&t=6m

"iBIZ awaits FCC and Laser certifications before shipping to customers/end-users" (although it doesn't take as long as they make it sound, excuses?)

Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/q/h?s=IBZT.OB



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some ibiz news http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040602/cgw059_1.html
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2004-06-02 13:05:11


Synosphere Engages Vytek Corporation to Assist With the Embedded Design and Development of the Blue Dock


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PHOENIX, June 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Synosphere, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of iBIZ Technology Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: IBZT), a developer of innovative PDA technologies, announced today that the company has entered into a master development and consulting agreement with Vytek Corporation to assist with the embedded design and development of the Blue Dock (TM). "We are excited about our engagement with Vytek. They bring a wealth of knowledge and resources to the Blue Dock(TM) embedded design. Their company has developed several technology solutions for handheld industry leaders," commented Bryan A. Scott, President and CEO of Synosphere. "Jointly, we have put together an aggressive schedule to deliver the Blue Dock(TM) to market by the fourth quarter of 2004. We look forward to utilizing Vytek's core engineering competencies." Vytek's mission is to help our clients bring breakthrough products like Blue Dock to market quickly and successfully," said Kevin Wixom, Sr. VP Embedded Products Solutions at Vytek. "Synosphere's innovative PDA product is a perfect fit for Vytek's embedded design expertise and extensive Win CE.net background. We look forward to a very successful engagement." About VYTEK Corporation VYTEK Corporation is a provider of technology integration solutions and wireless access hardware and software. Vytek has expertise in wireless technologies from 802.11a/b/g, Bluetooth and GPRS to RFID for next generation devices and products. Vytek provides engineering expertise in developing both software and hardware solutions that includes: Business & Technology Assessment; Prototype, Architect & Design Solutions; Services/Product Development; Integration & Implementation; and Support. Headquartered in San Diego, California with offices nationwide, Vytek serves both large and small clients in a variety of industries. More information can be found at http://www.vytek.com . About Synosphere, Inc. Synosphere -- a wholly owned subsidiary of iBIZ Technology Corporation, http://www.ibizcorp.com -- is a developer of innovative PDA technologies that expand and enhance the PDA experience. For more information visit http://www.synosphere.com or contact Synosphere at info@synosphere.com . For further information, please contact: Ed Lewis of CEOcast, +1-212-732-4300, for Synosphere, Inc. "Certain statements in this news release may contain forward-looking information within the meaning of Rule 175 under the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and are subject to the safe harbor created by those rules. All statements, other than statements of fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding potential future plans and objectives of the company, are forward- looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Technical complications that may arise could prevent the prompt implementation of any strategically significant plan(s) outlined above. The company cautions that these forward looking statements are further qualified by other factors including, but not limited to those, set forth in the company's Form 10-KSB filing and other filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (available at http://www.sec.gov ). The company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any statements in this release, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise." SOURCE Synosphere, Inc. -0- 06/02/2004 /CONTACT: Ed Lewis of CEOcast, +1-212-732-4300, for Synosphere, Inc./ /Web site: http://www.synosphere.com http://www.vytek.com http://www.ibizcorp.com / (IBZT) CO: Synosphere, Inc.; iBIZ Technology Corporation; Vytek Corporation ST: Arizona IN: CPR STW CSE OTC SU: CON


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I spoke with Ed Lewis earlier today. He forwarded me the email sent by Mark Perkins, the Executive Vice President of iBIZ, to the Berlin Exchange.

Mark's email was dated 05/27/2004, so it appears that the initial contact with the Berlin exchange only happened last Thursday.

Mark requested information on how to go about being delisted from the Berlin exchange.

The Exchange's reply stated that there was no way for naked short selling to occur on the Berlin exchange and it was not their fault and that a lot of other companies have been blaming the Berlin exchange on stock prices falling, blah blah blah. The exchange also stated that IBZT is not "listed" on the exchange only "traded" on the exchange which they claim is perfectly legal through some third-party trading agreement. They did give contact information for the people that iBIZ needs to contact to no longer be traded on the Berlin Exchange.

So... if Mark is staying on top of this we should see iBIZ being "de-listed" from the exchange in the next 1-2 weeks gauging from TSBB's timeline of being delisted.

I have the actual emails, but I was not sure if it was appropriate to post here or not.


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You must be kidding! He first wrote them on the 27th? Does IBIZ have any legal council representing them or not? Look at the form 8-k TSBB filed with the SEC, and a week later TSBB was off the Berlin Exchange.
http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FileName=0001102624%2D04%2D000089%2Etxt&FilePath=%5C2004%5C05%5C19%5C&CoName=TS%26B+HOLDINGS+INC&FormType=8%2DK&RcvdDate=5%2F19 %2F20]http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FileName=0001102624%2D04%2D000089%2Etxt&FilePath=%5C2004%5C05%5C19%5C&CoName=TS%26B+HOLDINGS+INC&FormType=8%2DK&RcvdDate=5%2F1 9%2F2004&pdf=

This makes me sick if this is true. It seems to me that Mark has no real interest in having IBIZ delisted from that Exchange, and is passing on information that in essence is saying that there is no naked shorting going on at the BE, so IBIZ investors should not worry. We all know that's just BS.

[This message has been edited by mainstay (edited June 02, 2004).]

[This message has been edited by mainstay (edited June 02, 2004).]


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Here it is
http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FileName=0001102624%2D04%2D000089%2Etxt&FilePath=%5C2004%5C05%5C19%5C&CoName=TS%26B+HOLDINGS+INC&FormType=8%2DK&RcvdDate=5%2F19%2F20 04&pdf=

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I might have not been completely clear in my post. From the emails it does appear that Mark is concerned about short selling going on at the Berlin exchange.

The Berlin Exchange stated in their reply that there was no short selling of the stock and that it was basically impossible for that to happen in Germany.


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I understood what you said. Mark is either incompetent, or trying to tell you there is no naked shorting going on, in an attempt to deceive us. Why would he include that response from the BE if he wasn't trying to alleviate your concerns? Makes no sense to me. They should be mad as hell that the company was listed without their authorization, but it seems like they are not. Every other company is mad as hell, why isn't IBIZ?
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I've contacted ibiz on several occasions just to get the run around. Mark says "he's working on it". Yeah right. What kind of people are running this circus. If they are concerned for about their companies integrity and investor confidence, you would think they would be going through whatever necessary channels to get this problem takin care of. I still think ibzt is going to make us all money, i'm just tired/leary of the manipulation from the people running this company.

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BE yes or no ....at the moment there's no short selling.....but WE ARE OVERSOLD !!!

I predict with the next (really) good PR we will run up !! ...very fast ! ...0,03...maybe 0,04 in 1 day !

place your bets please ! ;-)

Ciao


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quote:
Originally posted by Trip:
I spoke with Ed Lewis earlier today. He forwarded me the email sent by Mark Perkins, the Executive Vice President of iBIZ, to the Berlin Exchange.

Mark's email was dated 05/27/2004, so it appears that the initial contact with the Berlin exchange only happened last Thursday.

Mark requested information on how to go about being delisted from the Berlin exchange.

The Exchange's reply stated that there was no way for naked short selling to occur on the Berlin exchange and it was not their fault and that a lot of other companies have been blaming the Berlin exchange on stock prices falling, blah blah blah. The exchange also stated that IBZT is not "listed" on the exchange only "traded" on the exchange which they claim is perfectly legal through some third-party trading agreement. They did give contact information for the people that iBIZ needs to contact to no longer be traded on the Berlin Exchange.

So... if Mark is staying on top of this we should see iBIZ being "de-listed" from the exchange in the next 1-2 weeks gauging from TSBB's timeline of being delisted.

I have the actual emails, but I was not sure if it was appropriate to post here or not.


They are not on top of this. I emailed IR around 3 weeks ago or more and the response I received was that they were aware and working to get delisted. If they just started on May 27, then they aren't too concerned or just more blundering as usual.

SNAFU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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IMO...They should worry about getting the VKB approved by the government, before worring about the BLUE DOCK.
Yes I will agree they cant sit still on the Blue Dock, but maybe its time to put pressure on some goverment officials.
What are they waiting for the election to be over with, do they not realize that is along way off.

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there not to worried about blue dock that is more or less being run by synosphere not ibiz and as far as them jumping to your every need your way off...This company has been around for 25 years and now the biggest things ever are about to take place with this company and you think they got nothing better to do then to think of ways to please us....they know that when they get everything done the rite way in the rite time the pps will reflect that with or with out your approval....and there is plenty more investors that havent even heard about this yet but when its on the market all kinds of people will want in! Just stop bashin and whining about things you dont understand if you belive there is money to be made here good be patient...other wise leave! Im pretty sure I have more then you riding on this but I dont sit here whining all day!
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quote:
Originally posted by Neo:
there not to worried about blue dock that is more or less being run by synosphere not ibiz and as far as them jumping to your every need your way off...This company has been around for 25 years and now the biggest things ever are about to take place with this company and you think they got nothing better to do then to think of ways to please us....they know that when they get everything done the rite way in the rite time the pps will reflect that with or with out your approval....and there is plenty more investors that havent even heard about this yet but when its on the market all kinds of people will want in! Just stop bashin and whining about things you dont understand if you belive there is money to be made here good be patient...other wise leave! Im pretty sure I have more then you riding on this but I dont sit here whining all day!


100% right !!!

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Ciao


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at a future time and date:

Imagine walking into Circuit City or Best buy or walking into a Radio Shack store at the mall and seeing a crowd of people just waiting to try the VKB demo.

The you say to yourself, "I wish I had shares in the company that sells that way cool device"


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Hey NEO,
No bashing at all, just the truth, and I couldnt care aless if you have more shares than me (I have 225,000).
You are right about one thing, yes my patience is running thin.
IMO they should of told the shareholders about the governmental approval in one of thier PRs.
Hope to hear from you soon....
THE ROD

P.S. Is NEO short for NEO-NAZI....lol


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I was once a semi-pumper, but now I'm just waiting and pondering. I won't add another share to my position until this thing is off the Berlin Exchange. I have been in too many companies that have been naked shorted down way below book value. When these companies get good news, they seldom rise and hold their gains. 9 out of 10 times they will drop in price or hold even, on news. If you think those using the BE are not responsible, or have doubts, you are fooling yourselves IMO.
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I do hold more then you and NO
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IBZT's time is coming soon. I am long on this one. Just wait. It will be worth it.
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Dire Straights?

I want my....

....I want my....

........I want my.... V K B

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LOL, most of you guys says "OUR TIME IS COMING" and "IBIZT TIME HAD COME" etc etc etc...

I don't see anything happenning...


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has any one comfirmed from another source that the VKB is waiting for FCC certification? KS's word is not confirmation by any means of the word....


just a question that popped up in my mind and there is no bash involved so save your insults and just answer the question, thats all it is.


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I recieved this today from IBZT's IR dept. concerninging the situation w/the .be

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Sent on 05/27/2004
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NAME: Mark
VORNAME: Perkins
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I am contacting you to see what I must do in order to de-list IBZT from
the Berlin exchange. This listing was not set up by an officer of IBZT,
and we would like it de-listed immediately. Any information would be
greatly appreciated. Sorry for the English. Thanks in advance for your
help.
Mark Perkins
Executive Vice President
iBIZ Technology Corp.
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Their Response Dated 05/27/2004


Dear Mark,

thank you for your E-Mail. The shares are traded (not listed) on our
Stock Exchange Berlin. Please find details about trading, rules and
regulations in the third market attached.

Trading international shares on the Berlin Stock Exchange is legal and
according to the rules. None of the members of the Berlin Stock Exchange
is breaking the rules. Trading in the third market on the Berlin Stock
Exchange is free of charge. The daily process of listing new companies
is routine for us. So every day we have a lot of new companies in the
pipeline. You can find all shares listed in Berlin on Internet in
"Amtliches Kursblatt". Until the start of the trading you find new
companies under "about us , new companies".

In principal, short sellings are not possible in Germany. Only
professional investors may short sell subject to severel restrictions.
One of these obliges the short seller to settle the trade within two (!)
days. If a trade can not be settled within two days due to open fail to
deliver, the counterparty will buy the security on the market and
recover the damage caused by a higher price from the short seller
("buy-in"). This process called "forced execution" is regulated in our
exchange rules and is mandatory for everybody. Naked short selling is
not allowed in Germany.

Further, price manipulation is a punishable act by German Criminal law,
irrespective of the market segment.

The Berlin Stock Exchange is in contact with the SEC via its regulator
and checks all accusations.
On request of the SEC we examined the prices made on our exchange for
some companies. We came to the conclusion that none of these cases
involved short selling. In some cases, share prices went up due to a
majority of buy orders. Interestingly enough, in those cases where
companies blamed the trading on the Berlin Stock Exchange for falling
prices, our investigations revealed that the securities were either not
yet traded on our exchange or that no trading took place at all during
the relevant period.

In case you should decided that your company shall not be traded on our
exchange...


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I asked VP Mark Perkins why we were taking so long trying to receive verification when we could get "certified". In his response he simply said they were verification process.
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If the company didn't authorize it, they shouldn't be on there... which part of that don't they understand?

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quote:
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If the company didn't authorize it, they shouldn't be on there... which part of that don't they understand?

LOL, I just dun get what part ya guys don't understand... THEY STALLING FOR TIME!!!

And also... LOL, if they're really busy and doing their job... They wouldnt have time to be answering to people's email... You really think CEO and Vice Pres of the company have time to sit down and REPLIES to everyone's emails!??? THINK THINK!!! And it seem like Schilling and Mark seem like they are sitting right there 24/7 to replies to stock's emails... LOL


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quote:
Originally posted by Marva18:
at a future time and date:

Imagine walking into Circuit City or Best buy or walking into a Radio Shack store at the mall and seeing a crowd of people just waiting to try the VKB demo.

The you say to yourself, "I wish I had shares in the company that sells that way cool device"



Or how about imagining this...
There isn't actually any "crowd," but on a busy Saturday afternoon, several people do actually try out a virtual keyboard in the store. One or two even decide to buy one for a Christmas gift... so they take the one with better brand name recognition that sits next to the IBIZ Technology version. You think to yourself "Man, if IBZT had just gotten that thing to market before the big-name competitor caught up to them, I wouldn't have lost my butt!"

I'm not a basher. As stated previously, I hold ~ 1MM shares and would LOVE to see IBZT run. I just need to vent a little for a moment... not with the intent of convincing anyone to sell, but with the intent of getting a few things off my chest that may make me feel better while I'm completely under water here. First, the Berlin thing. I hope (like everyone) that we will be delisted and the whole world will suddenly be great again... but I don't count on it. Berlin-Bremmen isn't the only exchange where this could happen. There have been no names mentioned about who the "kingpin" of this scam is. They identified a broker that requested all of these listings... but there seems to be no investigation or allegations of wrongdoing. I'm sure naked shorting isn't simply the new German national pastime, so SOMEBODY is behind this whole thing. When Berlin is shut off, they can simply move on to the next exchange (if they haven't started already). Anyone for Canada? Right now when I look at the OS and float, play with a few charts, go back and do a little reading (which reminds me that we will likely have more dilution coming in the fall)... I conclude that we're buried here. If the keyboard hits big, we may get back above .03 and I can breathe a sigh of relief. On it's own, I don't see the VKB taking us much higher than that, because I'm not kidding when I say that we appear to be buried! Blue Dock would be a HUGE boost/help... but won't hit until Q4, which is after about a kazillion options mature. Timing should be just right for the insiders to cash out BIG on any rise in share price, which should ultimately take us down to the mat again. As far as the technology goes, I'm BIG on this company. That's what got me in to begin with... and the fact that I had identified a nice price channel helped a bit. I just think that timing is working against us with every day that goes by, and I'm more than a little frustrated at this point. I will gut it out as I have many times before, but this is a killer. The next news I expect to see released is that the certification was rejected based on some small thing, but now that they have produced several hundred thousand keyboards for inventory, they will ship them all back to Israel for modification so they can resubmit in 60-80 days and ship them all back here again! All we're missing here is a monkey and an organ grinder. OK, I'm not sure if I actually feel better or worse right now, but I'm done. Thanks for indulging me.


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When we start looking at the facts, it seems like we all might be backed into a corner here. Everyone seems to think that unless you have something positive to say about this stock, then your bashing. Well we're not basing...we're being realistic. Until IBZT begins to get control of the .be, recieves FCC Verification OR Certification and puts the VKB and the Bluedock on some shelves, I can't see how our situation can improve! I agree that Ken S. and Mark P. do have better things to do than respond to investors, but the fact of the matter is, they're going to have to come up w/answers until these obstacles are overcome. I'll ride this into the ground if I have too, but I refuse to pump this stock and tell everyone "hang in there, it's gonna be alright" until we get some PR announcing IBZT has taken its destiny back into its own hands.

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IBZT!!! Where are you at!!!??? My tuition bills is due in two month... Sigh...
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This keyboard only needs FCC test and typically take one day of testing. It should pass just like any PC keyboard. No FCC Certification required.
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