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If anybody owns this and would like to sell, please do so now. I have an open buy order for 50K @ .06.
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Are you ready? The quartly report should be released soon! I think it will be on 8/17/2005 or 8/23/2005

I think they will be talking the "P" word.. Hold on tight to your shares!

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kt325ci, your a smart person.... get as much as you can!

I can not believe there has been NO volume recently... I can not wait for this to get noticed

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TCLL will report more profit and revenues in two days! IMO

Get in before 8/17/2004 the 10-Q will be comming out any day. Any second!

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how can someone buy no volume,,,,
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How can there be volume if you do not buy?...
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haha... If you can not buy into it because of the low/no volume then you may have to wait till after the 10-Q comes out. I know I am not selling my shares and I dont think kt325ci will be selling either
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This is a joke at this price. This is way undervalued.. Do your DD and see for yourself
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Anyone have any comments/feedback?
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ok so a NT 10-Q was filled today... So the company has 5 calender days to release the 10-Q. This is normally bad news but have your read the reason why the company is late in the NT 10-Q???


"Our revenues increased significantly during the quarter ended June 30, 2005 as compared to the quarter ended June 30, 2004 as we restarted material trading operations in January 2005. "


This is going to be great guys! can your read it?? "revenues increased significantly"!!!!!!!!

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Quite a move for 4,550 vol. what is the pps expected here after 10-q release.
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LOL 4.5K volume... and it moved up 80% LOL
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The 80% it moved up today was the spread .05x.09

I expect the PPS to be at 0.40 as a minimum after the 10-Q! PPS should really be at $1..

Look at the two year charts. The company is basicly back at the same profit as when the stock was trading at $1.50. They ran into an issue with VAT (taxes) that they need to pay and thats why they have not been profitiable last year. Now they are back on track and soon the PPS will reflect that. There is no reason the Price will stay this low after the 10-Q comes out.

Because the float is so low these shares are hard to get. Everytime you buy this baby will uptick on you! Good luck to everyone and grab as many shares as you can!

It is amazing how undervalued this company is...

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The 10Q is a highlight to holders, but the problem is it is usually the only highlight to look forward to
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This tcll stock blows my mind that there is know volume on some days of trading. today zero vol. how can that be, wanted to pick up some shares but how. will be too late after 10-q is out
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10Q out for second quarter.

Sales Revs of $220,508,455 compared to $4,467,745 for the same quarter 2004. Awesome.

http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FileName=0000950134%2D05%2D016479%2Etxt&FilePath=%5C2005%5C08%5C22%5C&CoName=TRICELL+INC&FormType=10%2DQ&RcvdDate=8%2F22%2F2005&pdf=

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It is hard to buy or sell a stock with zero volume. What good is it if you can't sell it for a profit? The spread is so great that it is near impossible to make any $$$. It is good that they have increased sales but they are still churning debt as a whole.
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I have to say this is one of the finest companies, if not the finest, in the pinks. Too bad the company doesn't bring attention to itself via PR's, and moving to the BB. However, its continually increasing debt must be a concern.
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These shares are hard to get. This really is the BEST Company on the Pinkies... If you can you should get is as early as possible tomorrow morning. There is not telling how high this baby will go. I think it can hit the 0.50 levels. I look forward to tomorrow being a GREAT day!

No need to worry about the debt increasing this quarter. If you read it the 10-Q then you will see it is only to pay of creditors while they are waiting for their Value-Added Tax (VAT) refund which should be late 2005. After that I really can see this stock back to their normal levels of $1 or more!

Good luck and I would get into this if you can. It is so nice to see the company’s revenue increase so much!

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^^The best company on the pinks...
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FYI... I did call the company this morning. I am not sure what time it was over there in the UK when I called but the lady was really nice and they said they should give me a call either today or tomorrow. I told them "the 10Q looks great and I wanted to know if they plan on drawing any more attention to the company using PR's"

Does any one else have any other questions you would like me to ask them when they call me back?

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mike you sound pretty into this company man.
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I am always pretty into my investments.

You will probably never see a company this good on the pinks... never. This is not no mom and pop shop or some scam or P&D. This is a real company with big revenue numbers.

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LOL you have to see this...

http://www.framedshare.co.uk/Product.asp?shareid=11298

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Mike,

If they do call back I'd also like to know:

1) lack of visibility - they've had 40 some trading days since May where there was no volume on the stock whatsoever.

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=TCLL.PK

What are their intentions to increase visibility? Think about it - a company had TWO HUNDRED MILLION PLUS in revs for 3 months and nobody knows about it. Could you imagine this stock with a volume day of say, oh, 6-10M shares traded? wow...sounds like a nice dream, eh?

2) Why don't they respond to shareholders via their contact page on the company website? I've tried numerous times and have never received a reply. I was particularly concerned since I didn't receive my shareholder Proxy till after the annual meeting. Mail delay? dunno.

http://www.tricellinc.com/Articles.asp?Level=2&Parent=0&ArticleID=8

3) By increasing their cash position from $0 at the start of the year to $1.4M as of June 30, how much of the TELCO line do they need to continue to draw upon? It's the only reason they didn't post a profit this quarter (-$1.09M interest expense related to TELCO). Otherwise they would have posted + EPS $.01 for the quarter.

4) Is there any update regarding VAT payouts? They said in the shareholder proxy they were expecting developments before the end of the year -- well, it's almost september and still no word.

5) are they still projecting a billion dollars in sales this year, as they had touted last novemeber?

6) bottom line - increasing shareholder value as they touted in PR's last year and early this year has been a total failure. Nobody's buying (or really selling for that matter). Total volume in the last 4 months isn't too far over a million shares, which at these prices equates to a whopping $100,000 (ballpark) in trades..pretty lousy for a company that just had $220M sales in Q2. Tell Andre and his buddies to buy some shares down here. [Smile]

well good luck, here's hoping for some visibility.

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LOOKing at their last 10q..I just don't uderstand.. over 200m worth of sales? No volume.... Must look into this one a little deeper. GL
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Tricell's Facilities Management Division Secures Material Distribution Contracts That Are Expected to Boost Profitability

STAFFORDSHIRE, England, Sept. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Following board level negotiations during the second quarter 2005, Tricell Distribution, Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Tricell, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: TCLL - News), successfully executed two distribution contracts. Pursuant to the contracts, Tricell Distribution's Facility Management Division will distribute mobile telephones and accessories to end users. All mobile telephones sold include airtime packages. Tricell Distribution was awarded these contracts due to the combined experience and pro-active approach of Tricell's management team.

Although revenue from these contracts is expected to constitute only a very small portion of consolidated revenues for Tricell, management expects profits from the Facilities Management Division to slightly improve Tricell's consolidated level of profitability. The Facilities Management Division is, and we believe will continue to be, a stable, profitable and distinct business line separate from our much larger trading operations.

Tricell Distribution, Ltd. is the UK logistics and support division of Tricell, Inc. and supply airtime and hardware to the dealer and call centre network throughout the United Kingdom.

FTS

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Well what do ya know... a PR. nice.

It'll be interesting to see what happens to profit margins. Right now they're claiming 1.6-1.8%. Take away the need for the TELCO credit, with the sales this company has, could pull $.02-.04 EPS by Q4. And none of that includes the reclaiming of the VAT, I think i read somewhere that's another $14M.

You realize right now with a price of .075 this company has a PSR around .025, based on appx $280,000,000 in sales (ttm) and a market cap of 7.3M. unbelievable.. I don't think i've ever seen a PSR that low before. Only a matter of time now. [Wink]

good luck

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just a link,

http://www.phonetrade.cc/TraderDetails.asp?Code=178

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It's all about this,

In February 2005, the Advocate General of the United Kingdom (“AG”) overruled the United Kingdom Tribunal’s VAT interpretation, holding that VAT transactions are to be viewed as separate transactions, not one transaction encompassing numerous smaller transactions. VAT fraud concerns a series of consecutive activities, performed by a number of traders in a supply chain. It is an essential feature of the common system of VAT that VAT becomes chargeable on each transaction in a supply chain. The AG ruled that each transaction should be regarded on its

own merits, the character of a particular transaction in the chain cannot be altered by earlier or subsequent events and misconduct by certain traders should not be allowed to penalize traders who were not involved in misconduct, but happened to be in the supply chain. This interpretation has allowed us to once more confidently seek a VAT refund. However, the change in interpretation will not be permanent until the decision is backed by the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”). We anticipate the ECJ will issue its ruling in late 2005 or early 2006.
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In the mean time we see,

We had net income of $217,862 for the nine months ended September 30, 2005 as compared to a net loss of $2,419,044 for the same period in 2004. Our sales revenue increased by approximately 4050%, to $516,943,168 for the nine months ended September 30, 2005 from $12,772,449 for the same period in 2004. The increase in sales revenue is due to our resumption of material business activities in the first quarter of 2005 while we awaited the outcome of a Customs & Excise ruling on the treatment of liability for Value-Added-Tax (“VAT”) upon intra-European transactions.

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Current Price: $.09

Revs for Q3: $240,167,787
Gross profit: $3,027,723
Net Income: $349,900
O/S: 94,795,877

"Our sales revenue increased by approximately 4050%, to $516,943,168 for the nine months ended September 30, 2005 from $12,772,449 for the same period in 2004."

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TCLL, it just need some attention...
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Port Vale are on the verge of finally settling their long-standing Ł92,000 sponsorship dispute with Tricell. Club chairman Bill Bratt has negotiated a deal which will see Vale paid in newly-issued shares in the mobile phone firm which is quoted on the OTC (Over The Counter) Market in the U.S.

The deal will allow Vale to cash in the shares after 12 months and settle an 18-month-old dispute.

Mr Bratt told shareholders at Monday's AGM that representatives of the group had approached him with a share offer.

Mr Bratt said: "I have come to an agreement that the club will have a trench of shares that will be floated in the new company."

He said the Valiants could sell the shares after 12 months, which would give them more than they were originally owed.

Tricell director John Sumnall said: "We were not responsible for the problems, but we wanted to resolve the issue quickly."

Meanwhile, Mr Bratt has also hit back at claims that the proposed Ł2.25 million city council loan for his club is a step towards ground-sharing with Stoke City. He said: "The council is not interested in taking over Port Vale. Also, this is not the thin end of the wedge towards a groundshare."

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So this stock is here to stay......yes whit the revenue...

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Only traders and lemmings i see, no DD people,
bad luck for this board.....

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