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quote:
Originally posted by Leardron:

Maybe the guy got mixed up with dates and gave me the website date. who knows. In any event the news is all good.

Either way, it's all good. When GZFX says they're up to something positive, so far they have come through. Being vested in IBZT, GZFX being a day or two late- even a week- wouldn't phase me.
5,000 confirmed subscribes thus far, at an average rate of around $18.50 a month, comes to $92,500 gross a month, and we've only just begun.


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quote:
Originally posted by Zeker:
Either way, it's all good. When GZFX says they're up to something positive, so far they have come through. Being vested in IBZT, GZFX being a day or two late- even a week- wouldn't phase me.
5,000 confirmed subscribes thus far, at an average rate of around $18.50 a month, comes to $92,500 gross a month, and we've only just begun.


Out of those 5000, i think 4000 Cancelled by now with their slow service.


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Has anyone really looked at the charts on this. Nothing else said, the charts look like this thing is getting ready to explode. I show RSI down to 37, EMA line are crossing as we speak and the MACD lines are going to recross at any time with volume slowly but surely increasing. My only question is what is holding this back.

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Can somebody give me an estimate on what they think this stock will hit in a year?
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Ok, not bashing, but they really need to get it together as far as sending movies out. I signed up for a membership and ordered 3 movies. It took 1 1/2 weeks for the first movie to arrive, the second movie arrived a couple days later. I received an email the day after I signed up that my first movie had sent, which I don't think it really did. Now here is the bad part. I never received the 3rd movie before the 2 week trial was up and never received an email that it was shipped. I cancelled my member ship and guess what, the 3rd movie shows up a few days later. That's not good.

I just signed up with netflix yesterday, the site was really quick, and all my movies were shipped today, supposed to have them by Sat. That's impressive.

All I am saying is that I hope they can get it together because I want to buy back in and enjoy the ride up.


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quote:
Originally posted by Rics1997:
Has anyone really looked at the charts on this. Nothing else said, the charts look like this thing is getting ready to explode. I show RSI down to 37, EMA line are crossing as we speak and the MACD lines are going to recross at any time with volume slowly but surely increasing. My only question is what is holding this back.

Rick


Answer..........Nothing!

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quote:
Originally posted by tmcs54:

Out of those 5000, i think 4000 Cancelled by now with their slow service.


I would have to agree with this. As far as revenue, I don't think very many subscribers have actually been charged yet.

As for my own personal experience, in about 40 days I have recieved 3 movies, and I have none in my posession right now.

The website is noticeably much faster, but the search engine sucks and the queue needs help. It appears that these issues will be addressed.

And finally the Ben Curtis commercials; if they're the same ones I've seen floating around the interenet, they should do the job.


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Rick, the company issued 25 million S-8 shares this week to pay for services which is holding the pps down. if it wasn't for the S-8 shares being dumped, we would have rocketed up today no doubt. the good thing is, with all the buying today the S-8 shares have got to be almost dried up by now and as soon as that happens up we go!

GLTA and go GZFX!!!


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The Ben Curtis commercials are better than alot I've seen. They will do what they were made for.

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Maybe a good suggestion for there updated website, seeing how alot of there movies are from Ingram Entertainment and it takes longer to get, I think they should have a star or something to signal which movies are in the distrubution center for quick arrival and which have to be ordered from Ingram slowing your order up. It at least gives the customer the knowledge that hey we can get you the movie but this will be take a little longer to receive.

They had to do it because they would have never been able to go national without a large selection but being a startup company, that is costly. They did a great thing by bringing on another company and also offering sales. I like the Idea of not only offering games but also if I like something I can buy it. Netflix doesn't offer that and that might be the edge we need to over come Netflix's large distribution area. It takes time to build this type of complex network.

But also, the reason Netflix has had to raise there rates is the fact they have so many distribution centers it is cutting deep into there bottom line. Cost from extra buildings, more employees, more supervisors, and more overhead overall.

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quote:
Originally posted by ludinlo:
Can somebody give me an estimate on what they think this stock will hit in a year?

Well, I can see several ways that this can happen and it all depends on future facts that we no nothing about.

My worst case:
.30 next month, $1.00 January, $3.00 1 year

My hope:
$1.00 by end of next month, $3.00 January, $5.00 1 year

My best case:
$5.00 by end of year, $10.00 in a year - praying real hard.

Rick


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Thanks for the Info. I usely don't miss things like that on this company.

Rick

quote:
Originally posted by jr:
Rick, the company issued 25 million S-8 shares this week to pay for services which is holding the pps down. if it wasn't for the S-8 shares being dumped, we would have rocketed up today no doubt. the good thing is, with all the buying today the S-8 shares have got to be almost dried up by now and as soon as that happens up we go!

GLTA and go GZFX!!!



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quote:
Originally posted by tmcs54:

Out of those 5000, i think 4000 Cancelled by now with their slow service.


Well, you could always put your money in NFLX if you feel that strongly against GZFX. We'll see which makes the most positive pps impact in six months, 9 months and a year, based upon where each closed at Thursday.
NFLX closed at 33.20
GZFX closed at .095

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i was clicking around on the apple website (apple computers) and as the pages were loading, i noticed the word "Akamai" in the address bar along with all the other mumbo jumbo. Akamai as in Akamai Technologies, the company that was mentioned in today's pr:

The website will be hosted on the company’s new IBM servers and carried across the Internet via Akamai Technologies www.akamai.com.   Akamai Technologies is the world’s largest distributed computing platform with 15,000 servers, 1,100 networks in 70+ countries, 1,000+ customers of which half are listed on the Dow Jones Industrial Average.  Such clients like GM, FedEx, AOL, Best Buy and Coca-Cola.  Akamai Technologies knows how to assist us to get our website to reach Internet users at record speed.  By delivering the GameZnFlix site (screenshots, image, objects) from the edge of Akamai’s network, site performance will increase on average by 247% (Gomez test).

so add Apple Computers to that list of clients.. and soon, Gameznflix! JF means business! only the best for our Gameznflix

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Bump... Just keeping it up
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everything's looking good here @ .096 ... I think we're poised for another run soon IMO.
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quote:
Originally posted by platapuss:
Ok, not bashing, but they really need to get it together as far as sending movies out. I signed up for a membership and ordered 3 movies. It took 1 1/2 weeks for the first movie to arrive, the second movie arrived a couple days later. I received an email the day after I signed up that my first movie had sent, which I don't think it really did. Now here is the bad part. I never received the 3rd movie before the 2 week trial was up and never received an email that it was shipped. I cancelled my member ship and guess what, the 3rd movie shows up a few days later. That's not good.

I just signed up with netflix yesterday, the site was really quick, and all my movies were shipped today, supposed to have them by Sat. That's impressive.

All I am saying is that I hope they can get it together because I want to buy back in and enjoy the ride up.


I just received all 3 movies from Netflix and within 3 days of signing up. Also 1 day earlier than expected.

Gamenflix really needs to get it together if they want to be a viable player in this industry.


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The market is boring me to sleep today. I guess nothing real exciting until next week.

Go GZFX, I need a new car. lol

Rick


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quote:
Originally posted by platapuss:
I just received all 3 movies from Netflix and within 3 days of signing up. Also 1 day earlier than expected.

Gamenflix really needs to get it together if they want to be a viable player in this industry.


Are you a moron or just want to cause trouble. Go somewhere else and bash. I usely don't bash people in here. They have there on thoughts on the subject and I like a good discussion.

But this company only got started 3 months ago with this. I would like to see you be up to Netflix's level in just 3 months.

Of course they are slower and they will get better and soon as money starts coming in and they can grow. Netflix didn't have this level of service when they started either.

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now i dont know much about the internet but if we could get in to search engines i figure that would be great, if you go to yahoo or google or anything like that you can't find gameznflix. we need to change that if we can.
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ditto on that Rics! Also if they were that good, they wouldn't be at $.10 pps either. They would be up near Netflix level.

They have a way to go but from what I see they are making all the right moves to get there. This time next year I am sure they will be up to the same level, if not better, than netflix.

It always astounds me how stock holders in this pps range expect a company to run like a Mercedes at Yugo prices. They are a fledgling company with a huge upside. Kind of like Payton Manning in his rookie year

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quote:
Originally posted by Rics1997:
Are you a moron or just want to cause trouble. Go somewhere else and bash. I usely don't bash people in here. They have there on thoughts on the subject and I like a good discussion.

But this company only got started 3 months ago with this. I would like to see you be up to Netflix's level in just 3 months.

Of course they are slower and they will get better and soon as money starts coming in and they can grow. Netflix didn't have this level of service when they started either.

Rick


Bashing! What a joke! It's the truth. What are you? A pumper and a dumper! I am just shedding sharing my experiece with the 2 companys and gameznflix needs to kick in high gear. Is stating facts bashing? I think not. If I was lying, then I would be bashing. Get a life, get a grip and realize that this is a message board for people to post information...good or bad!


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Also if the monitor of this board wants to delete my messages, it's fine by me. Bu once again, I am no basher!
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Heres a couple articles on Netflix. Basically saying its to big and needs another company to come in and compete. Also it states that Even Netflix sometimes has trouble filling orders due to its size and overhead

http://custom.marketwatch.com/custom/excite-com/news-story.asp?guid={D2DB6852-9FC5-4CB9-9033-EA637D1AC03D}&alias=/ht/nw

So, what happens when the prices rise to $21.99 on June 15? Calls to two company spokeswomen weren't returned.

Fast forward to Monday: The company took out the "for as long as you choose to be a customer" line and added an asterisk that to this footnote that says, "Please note: our Standard Program Rate will increase to $21.99 effective on June 15, 2004."

As they say, "Oops!"

P.S. Credit Suisse First Boston analyst Heath Terry initiated coverage on Netflix today with an "outperform." However, he cites "significant" risks, including rising prices and the lack of competition, "something that is starting to change." With his report, it will be interesting to see if the company soon does a stock offering, and if it does, who its underwriters will be.


http://custom.marketwatch.com/custom/excite-com/news-story.asp?guid={13BBB12C-F29A-4446-BB18-2694EC7B5762}&alias=/ht/nw

One of Netflix's glaring weaknesses, according to some critics, has been its somewhat limited capacity for filling orders for first-run films. That's not good at a time when rival Blockbuster Entertainment (BBI: news) is taking straight aim at Netflix while WalMart.com's fledgling DVD-rental business is nipping at its heels.

Raising prices should help somewhat, but there's something else to consider: By raising prices, Netflix also is admitting that in a way it has become a victim of its own success.

In its earnings release, the company blamed falling gross margins on "increased movie rentals per average paying subscriber." That's another way of saying that Netflix's best customers are eating it out of house and home by taking full advantage of the company's unlimited-rental policy.

That's absolutely the worst scenario for any one-price-fits-all business -- Netflix's very own nightmare on Elm Street. As broker Sandy Brasher of Rice Voelker in Louisiana, who is neither long nor short the stock, is fond of saying: "The more Netflix sells, the less it makes."


Rick


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Kind of like an all you can eat buffet. You would rather have 10 female models come in and buy the buffet, than 10 Linebackers that just finished with practice
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Rick - relax. The fact of the matter is, Gameznflix's website needs some help, as does their service, to be viable. The average person, i.e. not a shareholder like us, isn't going to keep the service if it's been anything like mine (i.e. slow as molasses). Saying something negative is not the same as bashing. Take off the rose colored glasses and learn some English and grammar (apologies if English is not your first language).
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You want me to learn grammer with that paragraph. Sorry no english teacher here but when it comes to troubleshooting and math skills, to each his own. Sorry I didn't know I got on your bad side there. No rose cover glasses here. I know they are slow and everyone does. They are a new company. I know they need work but there is no use of coming in and repeating the same thing over. I just thought once was enough.


quote:
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Rick - relax. The fact of the matter is, Gameznflix's website needs some help, as does their service, to be viable. The average person, i.e. not a shareholder like us, isn't going to keep the service if it's been anything like mine (i.e. slow as molasses). Saying something negative is not the same as bashing. Take off the rose colored glasses and learn some English and grammar (apologies if English is not your first language).


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As soon as they get their affiliate program, I know of several sites that get thousands of visitors/day that will be promoting the program. Traffic to GameZnFlix, and therefore signups, will increase exponentially. I wish they would hurry up and get it running.

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quote:
Originally posted by Rics1997:
I know they are slow and everyone does. They are a new company. I know they need work but there is no use of coming in and repeating the same thing over. I just thought once was enough.



Ric, I agree. These issues were all not only discussed at great length here and on RB but even more importantly, they have all been addressed by yesterday's email from the company to all it's subscribers and shareholders. I was very impressed with that email as it was not only very thorough but eloquently written as well. New website coming to replace this one which is why I think no updates to their new releases have been made. They are putting all their efforts into the new website which will replace this one with the Ben Curtis ads just around the corner. I, for one, am impressed with their game plan (or should that be gameznflix plan..lol). I have stocks to play short term for quick profits. This is not one of them, I just keep backing the truck in to add more shares and at the recent pps I am not complaining or worrying.


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Oh, one more thing. When we fall, we fall from .12 to .09 (more of a trip actually). When NFLX falls, it's from 38. to 26., ouch, now that hurts.

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My family has been ordering movies as well as games from gameznflix for several months. I have not noticed any delays in having our orders being filled. I've been a shareholder for over six months. I'm happy as a clam. Is the glass half empty - or is it half full. People are going bitch. Its our nature. Everybody needs to take a breath, relax.

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quote:
Originally posted by remax_johnny:
My family has been ordering movies as well as games from gameznflix for several months. I have not noticed any delays in having our orders being filled. I've been a shareholder for over six months. I'm happy as a clam. Is the glass half empty - or is it half full. People are going bitch. Its our nature. Everybody needs to take a breath, relax.

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I agree. GZFX is still working on getting the bugs out of the system- a system that has only been in place for three months. They are in the process of making major overhauls which will vastly improve their appeal and efficiency.
Just out of curiosity, what gerneral area of the country do you live in? I am just curious as to how the west coast service improvements are going over- if there are any west-coast subscribers out there, please post your honest evaluation of the system, and if you have had a bad experience, has it improved over time? The reason why I ask this, is because the first month of operations, some people were slamming GZFX over its turn around time, yet I have not heard from any of them on this issue since: if it has gotten better, it is important for everyone to know, in order to build confidence and attract new capital.


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Zecker,

I also have had no delays but I'm curious as if my location (Virginia) may be close to one of the distribution centers. It's slipped my mind but they're are two right? And they were looking into adding another? Correct me if i'm wrong. Thanks guys.

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quote:
Originally posted by Zeker:
I agree. GZFX is still working on getting the bugs out of the system- a system that has only been in place for three months. They are in the process of making major overhauls which will vastly improve their appeal and efficiency.
Just out of curiosity, what gerneral area of the country do you live in? I am just curious as to how the west coast service improvements are going over- if there are any west-coast subscribers out there, please post your honest evaluation of the system, and if you have had a bad experience, has it improved over time? The reason why I ask this, is because the first month of operations, some people were slamming GZFX over its turn around time, yet I have not heard from any of them on this issue since: if it has gotten better, it is important for everyone to know, in order to build confidence and attract new capital.


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quote:
Originally posted by Zeker:
I agree. GZFX is still working on getting the bugs out of the system- a system that has only been in place for three months. They are in the process of making major overhauls which will vastly improve their appeal and efficiency.
Just out of curiosity, what gerneral area of the country do you live in? I am just curious as to how the west coast service improvements are going over- if there are any west-coast subscribers out there, please post your honest evaluation of the system, and if you have had a bad experience, has it improved over time? The reason why I ask this, is because the first month of operations, some people were slamming GZFX over its turn around time, yet I have not heard from any of them on this issue since: if it has gotten better, it is important for everyone to know, in order to build confidence and attract new capital.

i'm a owner of this stock. i bought pghi when it was.03. i decided to subscribe to their service. i ordered woody allens "sleeper" it took 2 weeks for delivery. they said it was because it wasn't a new release. that was ok with me. since then i have ordered 3 older movies. "last house on the left" frank zappas "baby snakes" and "blue velvet" that was april 25 and i'm still waiting. when i emailed the ceo all i got was emails about the commercials. this is not bashing. i want this company to succeed, but i want them to get their **** together before they run commercials.by the way i live in pittsburgh, pa. so i don't think i'm too far from their delivery area. i'm a little concerned about gzfx. i've thought about selling and getting out but i haven't yet.


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