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Non-Tech : PYCT - Paychest, Inc. -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?


To: xinpro who wrote (22)12/10/2011 3:49:53 AM
From: jmhollen  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 40
 
Having helped design, build, and move high-speed feminine hygiene pad machines for P&G and J&J (who have mega worldwide hygiene product markets), I'm extremely skeptical that these former Mellon Ball misfits can make much of a dent with their "who-da-fudge"-branded disposable offerings even if they get Oprah to pump them.

If you have a daughter or sister who could do an in-house product test for you, then maybe some 0.0001'rs backed up by a LIMIT SELL GTC-60+ at +25% for 60% of your stash will Free-Share you out - so that you can watch the leftovers over time. Don't forget to keep the Roto-Rooter guy's phone number handy; tee hee... There will surely be a MMM manipu-Pop to grease the Innies and Pumpers; your GTC SELL will cover you on that score.

If disposables were really a big deal, trust me, P&G would have been all over it years ago. These disposables will have to pass through strainers and traps in large buildings. I don't think they will degrade fast enough to suit the plumbing in most buildings already in service.

.http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/PYCT/company-info The OTCMarket Stats suggest an R/S in the near future and other sources provide little detail as to who owns the big blocks of dumpable, freebie, gimme-shares that have been passed around to the Innies and their buddies....

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To: xinpro who wrote (22)11/12/2012 10:57:13 PM
From: mortalmyth  Respond to of 40
 
Well, it has been 11 months now and the only thing I see is many issued Paychest PRs that had little to no verifiable information and a persistent NO-BID PYCT share price. Oh, that and the on-going CTO in BC Canada and the imposed DTC Chill. Was there something else that you thought would happen by now?