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Wow, what's with the dumpage? Guess people aren't happy with the site
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quote:
Originally posted by Leardron:
Wow, what's with the dumpage? Guess people aren't happy with the site

I don't think so. I think its just day traders who thought that it might run after new site and are just getting out. JMHO

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Anybody think we will see the low to mid 20's next week?
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quote:
Originally posted by chshore:
Anybody think we will see the low to mid 20's next week?

I wish that I could say yes to that but no one knows. These stocks at this level tend to move when you least expect them sometimes. Most are waiting for subscription numbers to come out but who knows other then to say it will go up soon just don't know when.

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On looks alone I believe Gameznflix's site is much better looking than Netlix's site

... have to click onto member's site

any other opinions?


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Pros:

It's faster, in general

Searching is much more functional

Queue seems to be more up-to-date

Queue uses numbers instead of arrows to change order

Cons:

Browsing is still very cumbersome

Site logs you off accidentally

Need more cover art

Service, service service!! This is the single biggest thing, for me, that needs to be addressed. I guess people's individual experiences have varied greatly, but I can say that my fiance has gotten at least 15 times more DVD's from netflix as I have from GZFX, in the same amount of time.


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wow! netflix is the #4 site for shopping according to alexa. wow!

Gzfx has a great site nd competition to netflix. and trust me, down the road, we will be worth way more then a $1.00 per share. #4 is big time and gzfx is gonn get there to.

Gzfx is the best penny stock there is as far as potential.


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quote:
Originally posted by thinkmoney:
wow! netflix is the #4 site for shopping according to alexa. wow!

Gzfx has a great site nd competition to netflix. and trust me, down the road, we will be worth way more then a $1.00 per share. #4 is big time and gzfx is gonn get there to.

Gzfx is the best penny stock there is as far as potential.


Thinkmoney! You're right on the money when you use that statistic & relate it to us. That's the direction we're headed.

I agree with your reasoning 100%! That's why I keep pointing out that Netflix has done all our market research.


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Does anybody use HarrisDirect? Something really weird happened today when i bought some more shares. On the order form it said that there was a commission of about $94, i've never paid over $25 whith them before no matter how many shares i bought. I thought about it for like an hour and said f@&k it and went ahead and pushed it through. After it got processed the only money that was taken from my cash account was in the value of stock i bought. They didn't even charge me a commission at all. Pretty cool huh.
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about Netflix but I believe bodes well for GZFX...

Defying the Naysayers
Motley Fool Hidden Gems contributor Daniel Hong has little use for fads. So, no, you won't likely catch him in a polo with its collar turned up, but he does have his eye on a little number that is like so last week. Read on to see what in the world Dan is thinking.

By Daniel Hong
June 25, 2004
About six months ago, Netflix was a story everyone wanted to hear. Today, the Wise can't get enough of ridiculing its valuation, business model, and competitive position. Conventional wisdom suggests that Netflix is an overvalued Internet wunderkind that will be tag-teamed by Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT), Blockbuster (NYSE: BBI), and video on demand (VOD). Don't bet on it.
Call me a fool
But I still believe. If I've taken away one thing from my experience with Hidden Gems investing, it's that jewels are hidden for any number of reasons. Netflix -- though it's still up more than 200% in a year -- is a gem simply because it's fallen from favor. What makes me so sure it's not just some run-of-the-mill flameout? More than I can tell you in one column!
But in a sentence, the market severely underestimates the depth and breadth of this company's moat. What about Wal-Mart, Blockbuster, and VOD? They don't worry me in the least. In my opinion, Netflix has sustainable competitive advantages investors have discounted too heavily. Warren Buffett would probably choke if he heard me say that a company with a forward P/E of 60 can be a value play, but if the market believed what I believe, then this company would be valued much more highly.
But let's sidestep valuation for a moment and get back to the story. It's a tale of the Internet, DVD economics, and movies. I think it ends nicely -- and with Wal-Mart, Blockbuster, and VOD looking elsewhere for an easy meal.
Internet brands
When you want to buy cheap books online, where do you go? Chances are, you click on Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN). Which engine do you typically use for your searches? Probably Google. Auctions? eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY). Financial news? Yahoo! (Nasdaq: YHOO).
When people think about the Internet, they typically associate one or, at most, two sites with a particular service. People are creatures of habit, whether they're using the same brand of shampoo for much of their lives or getting their online sports news from ESPN.com. People develop Web-browsing habits that change infrequently over time, making it very difficult for an upstart to supplant an established Internet brand.
How does an Internet site reach this position of dominance? Typically, the first movers in the space grab the most mindshare and keep it, even in the face of heated and competent competition. Take, for example, Amazon and barnesandnoble.com. Barnes and Noble (NYSE: BKS) built an online service that compared favorably to Amazon on price, convenience, and distribution. Yet people continued to shop at Amazon for their books and CDs. By the time Barnes and Noble launched its website, people had already come to associate Amazon with buying cheap online.
The old same place
An established bricks-and-mortar store base can be more liability than asset for an online property. People think of bookstores when they think of Barnes and Noble, not its website. Successful branding in retail rarely transfers to the Internet space and can sometimes be an impediment to attracting online traffic. The most significant competitive advantage is mindshare. Anyone with enough financial resources and operational expertise can compete on price, convenience, and distribution. It is very difficult to steal mindshare.
An understanding of the Internet space helps explain why competition from Wal-Mart's and Blockbuster's online offerings have been ineffective and laughable, respectively. Netflix has already grabbed significant mindshare in this space, and its position will only grow stronger with time. Management has said time and again that it welcomes competition on its turf because it only draws more attention to the best service for online DVD rentals -- Netflix.
Thus far, Wal-Mart and Blockbuster have made only half-hearted attempts at competing against Netflix on turnaround time and selection. If and when they do take these issues as seriously as customers do, it will be too late. The Netflix brand will already be entrenched in the minds of American consumers.
The economics of DVDs
DVDs are not going anywhere soon. Historically, media formats like the LP and VHS have enjoyed life cycles of about 20 years. Even with acceleration in technological development, these cycles have not shortened because technology is not the most important factor in determining the length of these cycles.
Clearly, there is a certain amount of inertia when it comes to abandoning old formats. It takes time for hardware like record players, VCRs, and DVD players to penetrate American households. DVDs have been around for almost a decade, and only now are the players becoming ubiquitous in American homes. It seems unlikely that we will be quick to replace our relatively new DVD players with a superior format. For now, most Americans are perfectly content with the capabilities of the DVD format. And besides, most people are still smarting from having to pack away their VHS collection of movies.
In VOD?
Even VOD will have a difficult time overcoming this inertia. Yes, VOD has the potential to revolutionize the way people watch movies. At the same time, it will take at least five or even 10 years for VOD to become mainstream. The selection on VOD is limited to a few hundred titles at most, and I don't see this changing anytime soon. Studios release movies first on the big screen, then on DVD, and finally on VOD. They have enormous economic incentives to keep it that way.
Consider that a DVD sale nets about $17 to the studio per family, while VOD and downloading nets about $2 per family. Because DVDs are so much more profitable, studios will milk the DVD cash cow before giving in to VOD. This is comparable to publishers distributing books in expensive hardcover editions and then in paperback. They will never release hardcover and paperbacks simultaneously. Likewise, studios will protect new-release DVD sales from VOD and downloading.
I don't deny that VOD is a very compelling proposition for customers. Why wait for DVDs in the mail when you can watch a movie at the press of a button? The few people I know who have cable VOD have given nothing but rave reviews for the service. But even if VOD were to become mainstream much earlier than expected, and even if VOD were to relegate Netflix to a niche market (in other words, even if the worst-case scenario were to develop), our investment in Netflix would still be successful.
Say what?
Consider that there are about 60 million cable subscribers in this country, a number that is not growing very quickly. Assume that all 60 million use VOD (not very likely, but I like to be conservative with my worst-case scenarios). That still leaves about 40 million households that will rely on DVDs as their primary medium for home movies. Netflix need capture only 5 million of those to become an extremely successful investment.
If Netflix happens to become a multibillion-dollar online media company, as management believes it can, then even better. But we are not depending on success of this magnitude for our investment in Netflix to do well. That's why I'm so cavalier about cable VOD. There is more than enough space for both VOD and DVD-by-mail, and Netflix has demonstrated beyond a reasonable doubt that it is on track to dominate the latter market.
Bottom line
DVDs are here to stay -- at least for a good, long while -- and as long as they are around, people will continue to rent them. VOD won't, in my view, pose a competitive threat for at least five to 10 years. When it finally does, Netflix will be positioned to compete effectively with its own VOD offering. But again, success in VOD isn't critical to my thesis. So, let's wrap here and pick up with more on Blockbuster, valuation, and at what prices I'd be picking up shares of Netfix in my next column.
Looking for the next Netflix or even a fallen angel set to get its wings back. Click on the link to learn more about Tom Gardner's Motley Fool Hidden Gems and to sign up for a free trial if you like what you hear.

Fool contributor Daniel Hong owns shares of Netflix.
The Motley Fool is investors writing for investors.


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I just wanted to say that i was one of the weak ones and just took a quick profit on gzfx on Thursday. I wanted to add that I joined and orderered the movies on monday and got my movies on Thursday so I do beleive in the promise of this company and i may be back in it soon. I am dabbing in a few other places right now. Recieving the movies in three business days is very good timing.


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BDUB, are you geographically close to either the Tennessee or LA distribution centers? I started getting dvd's regularly at first, but now haven't gotten a single one in over a month, and there are 25 in my queue to choose from. Emails to the company are returned with vague promises of service improving soon. I'm still long on GZFX as a shareholder, but I'm sincerely hoping my service as customer is in the minority. But after another month of paying my $18 for nothing, I may start to feel differently...anyone else getting either "excellent" or "very poor" service as a customer? How close are you to their centers? I'm in CA but for some reason I only have gotten dvd's from Tenn, and few at that. I have long patience for startups as a shareholder, but zero as a customer, lol. Maybe I shouldn't have mixed business with pleasure?
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I signed up 9 days ago and have about 20 movies waiting. I still have yet to get even 1 of them. I sent to different emails to them and never got a reply.

I don't even know why they are wasting money on commercials right now. They obviously need to fix their product first. I wouldn't be suprised if 80% of the people who signed up from the FOX commercials have already canceled. IMO the tv ads were a waste of time and money.
Although I could be wrong, they havn't released any news or info about how everything went.


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I rented 3 movies and they were all older movies. Yes I am located in Atlanta. Close to the Tennessee shipping center. After hearing what yall said I went and cancelled my account because if its happening to yall i am not going to get screwed and pay 18.50 for this. I bet yall have new movies at the top of your list and they don't have enough. I guess i just got lucky enough to get mine because they were old. I planned on renting new movies but i am not going to pay until i hear they have gotten better. I am probably going to shy away from investing in them again.


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I will continue to accumulate while the stock is in this range.

This company is everything it appears to be,,,An obvious dollar plus per share!

All just a matter of time!

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quote:
Originally posted by rkwis:
Do you honestly think your negativity is going to shake the strong hands here ?

I have some advice for you, if the site isn't meeting your expectation nor the company then be gone you flea.


No it's called trials and tribulations !
So small minded and so ignorant its amazing someone like you even knows what the potential is here....

Another poster, BE GONE you slug !



Sounds like you're calling me a basher. Why?
I'm just describing the level of service I'm receiving and the error they made. Did I say GZFX "sucks" or praise NFLX? No. Next time, maybe you should try to read between the lines before accusing someone somthing they're not.

BTW, I used NFLX before investing in it. I invested in GZFX before signing up. As far as POS, I'm hold 2x more of GZ compared to Net and plan on adding...if they can IMPROVE their service.

You want this stock to go up...they need to add more paying customers who won't cancel...for the long run.

Will they be here to stay or fade away? Only time will tell. Like everyone else, I want to make $$$$.


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quote:
Originally posted by mad tony:
New member update/summary:

6/15 - signed up (late), 5 in queue
6/16 - added 6th to queue
6/21 - received 1 game & 2 movies (1 wrong), gave dvd to po to return. Sent email.
6/22 - no email reply
6/24 - new site, queue shows 1st game & 2 dvds shipped 6/17, 3rd dvd shipped 6/22, 2nd game still in queue. 2nd email sent...no reply yet.

I have yet to cancel Netflix.



6/25 - no response yet
6/26 - rec'd dvd #3 (shipped 6/22), still have NOT rec'd dvd #2 (shipped 6/17?). 2nd game still in queue. Send 3rd (threaded) email.

I live in CA, they're shipping from TN.
As far as their website, I'm not worried about them making improvements on. It's the actual service, the final product that customers gets is what concerns me...IMO.


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I had a nice experience with Gameznflix but from what i here for new releases it takes weeks to recieve. I am not a basher by any means but that is rediculous. Everything seems profesional except for that. Don't call everyone that has problems bashers. Most are speaking the truth from experience.


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anyone notice this is listed on the Berlin Exchange? I bet those lowlifes have this bad boy by the horns ... but it's only a matter of time until this bull breaks loose. I think we investors should e-mail IR department for GZFX and mention being delisted from the Berlin Exchange.
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quote:
Originally posted by gmoney:
anyone notice this is listed on the Berlin Exchange? I bet those lowlifes have this bad boy by the horns ... but it's only a matter of time until this bull breaks loose. I think we investors should e-mail IR department for GZFX and mention being delisted from the Berlin Exchange.


I sent an email a few weeks ago. No response yet.


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quote:
Originally posted by gmoney:
anyone notice this is listed on the Berlin Exchange? I bet those lowlifes have this bad boy by the horns ... but it's only a matter of time until this bull breaks loose. I think we investors should e-mail IR department for GZFX and mention being delisted from the Berlin Exchange.

Yea we noticed that the last time it took a huge hike down, but we'll see - hopefully it heads green monday.


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The news about the Military discount is great. Being Active Duty I Appreciate it and we are alot more likely to join even if we don't use it just because the company supports us.
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quote:
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The news about the Military discount is great. Being Active Duty I Appreciate it and we are alot more likely to join even if we don't use it just because the company supports us.

You are on target IMO. The advertising campaign for GZFX is ingenious because they have appealed to consumer audiences (early) that are very loyal to whatever network GZFX is advertising on (i.e. Howard Stern & the military) Both have strong followings from their audiences


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What prevents from anyone using the military discount code?
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Why are they launching more promo when their site is still not even functional?
Could someone try to contact them and tell them of the errors on their site.
Maybe they don't notice them.
Alot of them are in the game rental part. Ive sent them 4 emails and they never answer.

Top ten rented games = 404 - http://www.gameznflix.com/browseGamesTopRented.html

More 404 http://www.gameznflix.com/browseGamesNewRelease.html

Can't browse games by system: http://www.gameznflix.com/searchResults.html?q=genre:%22PlayStation%202%22&prod=Games http://www.gameznflix.com/searchResults.html?q=genre:GameCube&prod=Games

Some genre searches non functional: http://www.gameznflix.com/searchResults.html?q=genre:Racing&prod=Games http://www.gameznflix.com/searchResults.html?q=genre:Trivia&prod=Games http://www.gameznflix.com/searchResults.html?q=genre:Variety&prod=Games

Search by Rating simply refreshes the page

I'm sure there is more errors that I havn't noticed. They've had a while to work on this and havn't made any improvments.


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What's everyone's thoughts on GZFX right now?

I am ready to see .20 - but do you think it is a couple of months away?


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quote:
Originally posted by Breezer:
What's everyone's thoughts on GZFX right now?

I am ready to see .20 - but do you think it is a couple of months away?


Here is my chart study findings:

12/2/03 - High: 0.042 12/16/03 - Low: .026
01/5/04 - High: 0.06 01/13/04 - Low: .042
02/9/04 - High: .107 03/01/04 - Low: .052
3/30/04 - High: .162 05/26/04 - Low: .091
6/16/04 - High: .165 unknown at this point

I would hope this would encourage some that the stock is still performing as it has in the past. Now, imho, if the website gets working properly and the add campaign gets rolling then I would think we would see a run. Might not be the big gain that was seen in 10/2003. There was a 1200% gain. 10/16 it was at .0028 and by 10/28 it hit a high of .036. When the website is running properly and the add campaign is in full swing then I think we will see between .25 and .45. These are my thoughts. Please keep in mind that I am a newbie.


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Sold out today, and then right on cue they (seemingly) fixed all my renting problems. Three movies appeared in my queue as being on their way to me. I figured a lot of people were getting bad service like mine was and that it would hurt the pps soon, so I bailed. Now, if this improved service continues I will happily buy back in soon. I complained on here when they were screwing up so it's only fair to come back here and report they are showing steady signs of improvement in processing my rentals.

I just hope it doesn't run till I get some liquidity. I think this one will be a slow steady (strong) climber if they keep working at it like this.

Peace.


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Thanks for the post.
Yes I listened to you and many others about the site and service and sold off at 13
Iffin it improves I will be looking to get back in at 10 again. Hope it just keeps going up though have many friends in it.
I put my GZFX into TFCT check out the prizewise.com site pretty immpresive

I still think GZFX is a great long term hold


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I finally got another movie shipped to me as well (6/29). They had to have some kind of bug or problem, unless service really was just that slow and bad for awhile.
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hi Realperson,
Yep I've been in TFCT since .028, lol. Very happy with that pick, although I only have a cash account so it's hard for me to day trade these things. I took my GZFX profit and sunk it into Qbid; I know that could be a blunder (or the deal of the century!) but I'm willing to gamble, and if GZFX stays around these levels I know I can get just as much as I used to own next week when i get some cash. The nice thing about GZFX or TFCT is they seem to move steadily with some sort of logic, and I don't worry about getting caught "out" like I do with Qbid. I know there will be many levels of profit with GZFX if they stay the course , as opposed to the more erratic pennies. GLTA.

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I'm buying more of this one. Good business
model. All we need is to see them work out the kinks. Matter of time for this puppy!

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Been on vacation and come back to this. Not to worry the games will be over soon and this will fly. I haven't read all the threads yet so this may be posted but if not here it is. It's the letter from JF to Military.com members.
http://www.military.com/NewContent/0,13190,GameZnFlix2_062204,00.html

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I know that membership numbers sometimes are deceiving but Military.com has 3 million members and others who visit but don't sign up, all getting to look at the military advertising for our site.

I see some are complaining about the site but its partly our fault. We as investors begged for the site to go live even though they said that there was delays and would like to test the site for 2 more weeks but we didn't care. Then after bowing to our wishes we complain because its not perfect from the get go.

This will be great for us all. Just give it a little more time. We are all wanting this now but I think we have come a long way in such a short time and thats impressive to me.

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I think I am going to add more today, don't see this one going anywhere from here but up ...too much going for it
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