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To: keith schaefer who wrote (59)6/4/1999 11:34:00 PM
From: Stephen O  Respond to of 90
Keith You left out the fact that CSI is now supplying terminals to MacDonalds, the Big-Mac purveyor. Terminals are installed in several MacDonalds in British Columbia and they hope to have McCash cards on the market soon. Think of the transaction fees possible there. Right now the terminals are for Debit card processing.

To: keith schaefer who wrote (59)6/5/1999 8:40:00 AM
From: Ally  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 90

I'm of the same thinking as the article in this weekend's NP. CSI is just at the verge of getting the Ernex system well known with major retailers. The stock is just about to blossom. Royal Bank knows this, and is attempting to get the technology for a "song" before the stock takes off.

Obviously, if Royal is willing to pay $1.30 for the company, it is worth more now that CSI is in the limelight with their Ernex system, I think there will be other suitors should this one fails. I'm willing to risk my miserly 5,000 shares and not sell to Royal for a "bird feed" amount of $1.30. The $2.00 mentioned in NP is more like it!