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Man I hope we have a panic sell in the morning. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE
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hell yea
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quote:
Originally posted by CouchP:
Hey all you bashing and ranting and crying little girls. Go sell crazy somewhere else, we're all full up here!

All the bitching and moaning is for not, PPS is green today, and will be green tommorow!


For your sake, and all those holding I hope so. But doesn't the hiring of this guy bother you at all?


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think we are seeing the panic tonight
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I want Qbid to hit a dollar just like everyone else i got alot of friends in the Q. but when things come up i think as a shareholder and future shareholders all deserve an answer.
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what is to figure out PENGUINKING either buy the stock, Sell the stock or.There is just not much more ..all this mental Mastubation over this man is nothing but time and energy consuming...In or out and I am not going off board to Duel with you...I have no need ...I just amazes me at the stupidity of some people ...
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I agree this dude is S H A D D Y! But man he knows alot of people and can sell an investor on freakin "Pet TV" LOL! As long as he can sell advertisers and cable companys on Qtv I am on bored. Use hime, and fire his rear!
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ha ha ha

I wish this happen too.
Would like to add 2m for equal 15m!!!!


quote:
Originally posted by OilMan:


Man I hope we have a panic sell in the morning. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE



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Hey let him pull up negative, and note he also has poted the good stuff to so chill this is healthy debate. CHILLLLLL..... I ain't madd I am just very hyper when it comes to DD it is sooooooo much fun!!!!
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quote:
Originally posted by OilMan:
I agree this dude is S H A D D Y! But man he knows alot of people and can sell an investor on freakin "Pet TV" LOL! As long as he can sell advertisers and cable companys on Qtv I am on bored. Use hime, and fire his rear!

We disagree on a lot of things, but you are right on that. That is what it comes down to. Hopefully Q uses him instead of him using the shareholders.


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quote:
Originally posted by casico:
You know this is like the game you played when you were a kid telling someone something and have them tell the next person and so on until it gets to the end..First it does not say he will be the CEO of this company.2nd it does not say they HIRED him..he is only an advisor..probably with money getting connections..Bashers and doubters are everywhere...If you want to sell just do it and leave if not like my girl friend says hang on and enjoy the ride....


No you are right it does not say he is the CEO of the company. It is in my opinion a pi$$ poor job of cutting and pasting this guys bio on there. The CEO Chairman whatever was probably on the top of the page and our lovely web folks probably just did a select all and pasted it on the page.

Which I think is quite remarkable considering last time they put out a PR in the morning and stated there was a bio on the webpage to look at and it did not even show up that day! Since I own shares in the company I feel like it is partially my company. I felt like an idiot. There is a PR that states we have something on the website and we do not. How many people were saying "oh look how many people are going to see us now that viacomm was listed in the PR"

I am a shareholder of VIA as well and if I only owned them and saw QBID put that out and then not have anything to back it up on the website I would have laughed my butt off. I called the "switchboard" that day and was told by a "David" that "oh yeah we do not have it up yet. It will be there sometime later"


But anyway - getting back to my point - yes you are right they did not state he would be the new CEO or whatnot. So far the site still does not even seem professional with Scott's resume/bio showing up in a few spots and the free counter still on a few pages.

Even as an 'advisor' though he has to still be paid though right? Could be volunteer work but I doubt it.

Hopefuly their will be a PR and *not* just a hotline message in the morning to explain what it all is in black and white and hopefuly they will indicate they are still on track to their launch date.


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quote:
Originally posted by firefly:
think we are seeing the panic tonight


Yea! I'm in a panic about how to get arround all those capital gains taxes The moment I become a billionaire

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http://www.ftc.gov/opa/1998/08/risky.htm

For Release: August 11, 1998
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Federal, State Law Enforcers Move Against Bogus Entertainment And Media-related Investments

Dozens of Investment Opportunity Businesses Targeted in "Project Risky Business"


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The Federal Trade Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission and 20 members of the North American Securities Administrators Association today announced nearly 60 law enforcement actions directed at scores of bogus entertainment and media-related "investment opportunity" scams. The scams, ranging from promotions for production of infomercials to a plan touting an Internet gambling casino, have been targeted as part of a nationwide crackdown by federal and state officials against fraudulent money-making ventures. Some of the scams claimed they were "approved" by The Internal Revenue Service for investors' Individual Retirement Accounts. The IRS does not approve investments.

"These 'investment opportunities' are peddled as bright, new initiatives. But they're actually the same old story," said Jodie Bernstein, Director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection. "They are touted with fabulous earnings claims, promoted with deceptions and virtually all the investors end up losing their money."

The FTC filed complaints in federal District Courts against:

Automated Systems & Concepts International, Inc. The FTC charged promoters of this investment scheme deceptively marketed $10,000 investments in North American Broadcasting Partners and its production of infomercials and the products featured in them, such as an Elvis Presley "package" that included a coffee-table book, a CD with a previously unreleased Elvis song and Elvis postage stamps. According to the FTC, the defendants have raised approximately $12 million to date.
World Interactive Gaming Corp. The FTC charged the defendants deceptively marketed investments in an Internet gambling casino by claiming that consumers were likely to turn a $10,000 investment into $157,000 profit in one year. In this case, the agency alleged the defendants raised approximately $2 million from 150-200 consumers.
My Pet TV. The FTC alleged the defendants victimized 1,200 investors who had previously lost money through a failed investment scheme by illegally appropriating the remaining $650,000 of their original $16 million investment and diverting it into a cable-TV network devoted to pet programming.
"Entertainment and media-related investments can be risky business," Bernstein said. "Consumers who don't know the industry well should take a cautious approach to investing."

Richard H. Walker, Director of the SEC's Division of Enforcement, agreed. "The cases we bring today should send a strong signal to fraudsters that whether they work on Wall Street or in Hollywood, we're going to catch them. The SEC, FTC, and NASAA have teamed today to crackdown on fraud in the entertainment industry. We need consumers to join our team and do their part by doing their homework before they buy investments from strangers."

"There is nothing entertaining or amusing about misleading or defrauding investors and that's what we're talking about," said Denise Voigt Crawford, President of NASAA. "Con artists promise 'Titanic' profits, but too often investors end up going down with the ship."

The FTC cases:

The FTC charged that six defendants operating North American Broadcasting Partners telemarketed investments in infomercials and the products they touted, and promised significant returns to investors. The FTC alleged that the defendants falsely claimed that an infomercial for their "Elvis Immortal" memorabilia package, including a compact disc featuring a previously unreleased song recorded by Elvis Presley and a book containing several hundred photographs by Elvis Presley's personal photographer was under consideration to be the official book of Graceland, would air on the 20th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death. The agency also alleged that the defendants falsely claimed in their sales pitches that QVC and Target Stores had sold thousands of NABP products. Finally, the complaint alleged that defendants lied about prior investors receiving substantial returns on their investments. At the request of the FTC, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California granted a temporary restraining order, froze the defendants' assets and appointed a receiver, pending trial.

My Pet TV defendants used telemarketers to induce consumers to invest in $10,000 increments in "affiliates" of a cable television network named "Children's Cable Network," which was to broadcast non-violent, educational children's programs. Investors were told that they would earn money from prospective advertisers for the children's shows in an arrangement to be managed by the defendants. The scheme raised $16.5 million, most of which was disbursed to the principals and the telemarketers who successfully solicited the investments. The FTC alleged that the My Pet TV defendants fraudulently and illegally diverted at least $650,000 from the Children's Cable's affiliates to another of their schemes, My Pet TV, and later misrepresented that My Pet TV was airing shows on a cable system. The U. S. District Court for the Central District of California issued a temporary restraining order, froze the defendants' assets and appointed a receiver, pending trial.

The defendants in World Interactive telemarketed shares in an Internet gambling casino, Golden Chips Casino, telling investors profitability would mimic "Microsoft, Netscape and Yahoo." The FTC alleged that they misled consumers by claiming that World Interactive should 'conservatively' earn $100 million in its first year and that investors could expect to make $150,000 or more in one year from their $10,000 investment. A hearing on the FTC's request for a temporary restraining order is set for August 17, 1998, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. The New York Attorney General provided substantial assistance in filing this case.

In a related case, Peter Aro and Jason McDuffie, principals of Coastal Gaming, Inc., have agreed to settle FTC charges that they misrepresented to potential investors that the investments they were offering in casino gambling ships would yield high returns, that celebrities were in line to promote the investment opportunities, and that there was a $1 million escrow account in place to guarantee the investment. The FTC brought these charges in 1997 as part of "Project Field of Schemes," a joint federal-state law enforcement and consumer education campaign against fraudulent investment opportunities. The settlements would prohibit the defendants from making false representations in connection with investments in casino gambling ships, or any other investment opportunity generally. In addition, Aro is required to first obtain a performance bond in the amount of $500,000 before engaging in any future telemarketing activity. The settlements also would impose a monetary judgment in the amount of $5,000,000 on each of the defendants.

In a second related FTC case, Denyse Anderson and Michael Anderson remain in jail after District Judge Lloyd D. George on June 17, 1998, found them in contempt of court for failing to repatriate almost $1.3 million in off-shore assets. The FTC's complaint against Affordable Media, LLC, doing business as the Sterling Group Media and its affiliates, charged that the defendants falsely promised returns on investments in media units -- blocks of TV commercials promoting various products with proven consumer appeals. Another defendant, Eric Stein, the subject of state criminal charges, remains at large and was featured recently on "America's Most Wanted."

The Commission votes to file the complaints in the Automated Systems & Concepts International, Inc. and World Interactive Gaming Corp. cases were 4-0. The Commission vote to file the complaint in My Pet TV case was 3-1, with Commissioner Orson Swindle dissenting. In a separate dissenting statement, Commissioner Swindle said, "I regard as deplorable the acts in which the defendants allegedly engaged. Nevertheless, I have voted against filing this complaint. Unless consumers were the victims of fraud or deceit when they decided to invest their money, I do not believe that application of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act is the appropriate way to address misconduct in the internal operations of a business."


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NOTE: The Commission issues a complaint when it has "reason to believe" that the law has been or is being violated, and it appears to the Commission that a proceeding is in the public interest. The issuance of a complaint is not a finding or ruling that the respondent has violated the law. The complaint marks the beginning of a proceeding in which the allegations will be ruled upon after a formal hearing.

NOTE: A consent agreement is for settlement purposes only and does not constitute an admission of a law violation. When the Commission issues a consent order on a final basis, it carries the force of law with respect to future actions. Each violation of such an order may result in a civil penalty of $11,000.

Copies of the complaints and consent agreement as well as two consumer alerts, "Lights, Camera, Rip-Off!" and "Taxpayers with IRA's: FYI," produced by the Office of Consuemr and Business Education, are available from the FTC's web site at http://www.ftc.gov and also from the FTC's Consumer Response Center, Room 130, 6th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20580; 202-FTC-HELP (202-382-4357); TDD for the hearing impaired 1-866-653-4261. To find out the latest news as it is announced, call the FTC NewsPhone recording at 202-326-2710.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Claudia Bourne Farrell or Michelle Muth
Office of Public Affairs
202-326-2181 or 202-326-2161
STAFF CONTACT:
Dean C. Graybill or Heather Hippsley
Bureau of Consumer Protection
202-326-3284 or 202-326-3285

Automated Systems & Concepts International, Inc.--FTC File No. 982-3161; Civil Action No. 98-6363 SVW (ANx)
World Interactive--FTC File No. 982-3128; Civil Action No. CV 98 5115
My Pet TV--FTC File No. 982-3159; Civil Action No. 98-6421RSWL(Mcx)
Coastal Gaming--FTC File No. X970079; Civil Action No. 97-4571-JSL (RNBx)
The Sterling Group--FTC File No. 982 3115; Civil Action No. CV-S-98-00669-LDG
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I don't think we will see any PR unless it is done mutally with the carriers. TOO hot. I hope we have the mutual soon.
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so we will send email out to hundreds of companys but we will not address other important issues. i just dont want anyone to get burnt.
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Pay him with stock to ensure he stands on the right side of the fence :-)
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LOL
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quote:
Originally posted by OilMan:
Pay him with stock to ensure he stands on the right side of the fence :-)

with ristricted shares so he can not just dump them.

Still waiting to see the share structure that is currently on their books ...


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We could email and suggest that LOL
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quote:
Originally posted by sharkus:

No you are right it does not say he is the CEO of the company. It is in my opinion a pi$$ poor job of cutting and pasting this guys bio on there. The CEO Chairman whatever was probably on the top of the page and our lovely web folks probably just did a select all and pasted it on the page.

Which I think is quite remarkable considering last time they put out a PR in the morning and stated there was a bio on the webpage to look at and it did not even show up that day! Since I own shares in the company I feel like it is partially my company. I felt like an idiot. There is a PR that states we have something on the website and we do not. How many people were saying "oh look how many people are going to see us now that viacomm was listed in the PR"

I am a shareholder of VIA as well and if I only owned them and saw QBID put that out and then not have anything to back it up on the website I would have laughed my butt off. I called the "switchboard" that day and was told by a "David" that "oh yeah we do not have it up yet. It will be there sometime later"


But anyway - getting back to my point - yes you are right they did not state he would be the new CEO or whatnot. So far the site still does not even seem professional with Scott's resume/bio showing up in a few spots and the free counter still on a few pages.

Even as an 'advisor' though he has to still be paid though right? Could be volunteer work but I doubt it.

Hopefuly their will be a PR and *not* just a hotline message in the morning to explain what it all is in black and white and hopefuly they will indicate they are still on track to their launch date.



There are a lot of ways he can get paid that will not effect the company at all..1 options.. shares of stock in lieu of...even potential of being an investor in his company . They all should be tied to performance of the man....if he performs and makes us money who cares who goes to jail..as long as I sell my stock before they make freinds with BIG LEO


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can someone do me a favor find something good on this guy all i seem to find is bad things on this guy.. one bad apple can ruin the bunch dont you agree..

[This message has been edited by penguinking (edited June 28, 2004).]


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300 shares a day so he determines if that will be $3.00 or $3,000
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Have fun. Sweet dreams. Wake up and it will still be .0125.
"all we have to do is launch"

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quote:
Originally posted by penguinking:
can someone do me a favor find something good on this guy all i seem to find is bad things on this guy.. one bad apple can ruin the bunch dont you agree..

[This message has been edited by penguinking (edited June 28, 2004).]


was demonstrated by increasing revenues by 188% in the first year and 268% in the second year as well as doubling the subscriber base.


How is that?

or ( Marcovsky introduced Disney products to Pay Television and laid the foundation for the Disney Channel.

is that enough


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Hey , didnt diana post that they were waiting on the cable stations to put us in their billing network... is that bill us or bill the customers ? please say the customers..


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quote:
Originally posted by penguinking:
can someone do me a favor find something good on this guy all i seem to find is bad things on this guy.. one bad apple can ruin the bunch dont you agree..

[This message has been edited by penguinking (edited June 28, 2004).]


Something good you ask?

The guy's resume reeks with ongoing experience! He's done nothing but win in the media business! Wake up!

"All we have to do is launch!"

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Great do you have a link on that
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quote:
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was demonstrated by increasing revenues by 188% in the first year and 268% in the second year as well as doubling the subscriber base.


How is that?

or ( Marcovsky introduced Disney products to Pay Television and laid the foundation for the Disney Channel.

is that enough


Or how about what we all care about
Marcovsky turned his many years of management experience into significant profits for investors


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http://www.legalcasedocs.com/120/239/878.html

PLAINTIFFS BRIEF IN OPPOSITION TO DEFENDANTS RESUBMITTED MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT

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PLAINTIFFS' BRIEF IN OPPOSITION TO DEFENDANTS'
RESUBMITTED MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT

ROSENTHAL, MONHAIT, GROSS
& GODDESS, P.A.
Norman M. Monhait, Esquire
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Attorneys for Plaintiffs

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stock at a premium over the market price.
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in connection with TNN's attempts to sell or finance the
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the existence of several potential acquisition and/or financing transactions;
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deffendants' shares for $3 per share PA 284-332 (Stock Purchase
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quote:
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Great do you have a link on that

You read it!

As for the launch!

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quote:
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Or how about what we all care about
Marcovsky turned his many years of management experience into significant profits for investors

Right on the money Casico!

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hey guys have you ever done a resume to look good to the employer of a particular company, to insure yourself getting a job.. A resume is a piece of paper it can say whatever you want .. what i would like to have is prs from previouse emplorers or sec filings that are good with his name on it..
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quote:
Originally posted by whizknock:
Right on the money Casico!


At least one other intelligent person here who can read


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quote:
Originally posted by casico:
There are a lot of ways he can get paid that will not effect the company at all..1 options.. shares of stock in lieu of...even potential of being an investor in his company . They all should be tied to performance of the man....if he performs and makes us money who cares who goes to jail..as long as I sell my stock before they make freinds with BIG LEO

True ... but with that I go into my little issue with the difference between investors and traders. I believe some folks here are investors in QBID and some others are traders of the stock. I just hope no one is so much in love with the stock that if the worst were to happen they would not go down with the ship you know?

Just be careful folks and yeah do your own DD. Open up google or get a lexus nexus account. Or whatever floats your boat. Always try to see things from another point of view. Some folks here are perfect examples of devils advocate. Do not automatically assume they are a basher. Instead assume everyone here is a pumper and a basher. Yeah - both. Reading back from Jan till now you can see how some folks were soo pro QBID and now they can barely stand it. Others were so against it and now they love it.

I am glad this board does not have a ignore button for messages. That way I can at least keep my own thoughts in check without 'floating' up up and away ... anyone follow me or should I stop posting for the night?

Oh and of course - my last statement to totally disregard this message and anyone elses. Make up your own mind and write it out. That is the great thing about message boards. Sometimes writing it out helps one come up with the answer they are looking for. Being sheep usually either gets one slaughtered or skinned. I dont think either one is that good but I would rather be skinned than slaughtered.

... "oh yeah and QBID" .. sorry .. inside joke for a few of my lurker friends ...


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quote:
Originally posted by penguinking:
hey guys have you ever done a resume to look good to the employer of a particular company, to insure yourself getting a job.. A resume is a piece of paper it can say whatever you want .. what i would like to have is prs from previouse emplorers or sec filings that are good with his name on it..


Are you not getting it? Read the bio it is from his previous employer... I guess anyone can buy stock but it takes a great mind to read what is in front of you...good night


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