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MicroHoldings US, Inc. Completes Acquisition of XChangeTel, Provider of International Carrier Services
Monday March 19, 10:43 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUS - News) today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire XChangeTel, Inc. (XTEL), a privately held company that provides international carrier services. The Agreement calls for MHUS to exchange 500,000 shares of Preferred Stock for 100% of the Common Stock of XChangeTel. Each share of this Preferred Stock is eligible for conversion in two years time to $1.00 worth of Common Stock. MHUS also agreed to provide XTEL with $54,000 a month to manage and grow its operations.
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Stated Jeffrey Flannery, CEO of MicroHoldings US, Inc., "This is a great step forward for MicroHoldings US. XChangeTel, which owns the contracts previously held by Global Vision Telecom, is an aggressive, innovative, and growing company. Joe Putegnat, the founder of XChangeTel, is a dynamic, visionary leader and a proven success in the telecom world for the last two decades. I have no doubt Joe will guide XChangeTel to exciting heights."

XChangeTel is a provider of commercial and retail telecommunications services and products utilizing the newest technology in Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol telephony. XChangeTel currently hosts about 80 customers on its network services platform and bills more than 5 million minutes a month.

XChangeTel was founded by Joseph Putegnat, an experienced telecom industry entrepreneur and pioneer in the development of VoIP wholesale carrier sales. Mr. Putegnat was previously the founder and President of LDExchange which he built into an $80 million company and then sold to MicroGeneral in 1998 for $40 million. Mr. Putegnat was also the founder and CEO of Jupiter Telecom.

Added Flannery, "While we await a more thorough review of XChangeTel\'s financials that I will include with MHUS financial statements, I am confident enough to state that the Company has been grossing in excess of $200,000 a month, a number we all believe will increase dramatically. MHUS is committed to supporting the XTEL operations at a little over $50,000 a month, but this is only until the Company becomes profitable, a goal we have set internally for six to nine months from now. I believe XTEL is a company that will allow us to begin the process of getting back to the Bulletin Board or other exchange."
More information on the MicroHoldings US, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.

Investors are cautioned that certain statements contained in this document as well as some statements in periodic press releases and some oral statements of MHUS are "Forward-Looking Statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act";). Forward-looking statements include statements which are predictive in nature, which depend upon or refer to Future events or conditions, which include words such as "believes," "anticipates," "intends," "plans," "expects," and similar expressions. In addition, any statements concerning future financial performance (including future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies or prospects, and possible future MHUS actions, which may be provided by management, are also forward-looking statements as defined by the Act. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to materially differ from any future results, performance, or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and to vary significantly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management believes that the assumptions made and expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, there is no assurance that the underlying assumptions will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectations expressed in this report. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and MHUS has no specific intention to update these statements.



Contact:
MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Jeffrey Flannery, 619-342-8096

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Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.387.004 von Pepersack am 20.03.07 12:40:49NAchricht zwar schon 12 Tage alt, aber hochinteressant!!!


Press Release Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.


MicroHoldings CEO Offers Update
Thursday March 8, 9:54 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUS - News) today provided the following statement from Jeffrey Flannery, CEO of MicroHoldings:
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"MicroHoldings US is going through some significant changes which I believe will redefine its future course as a public company. One of these developments is the diversification of the Company's holdings to include a company on the cutting edge of communications.

"During this time there has been a number of inquiries to our office as to whether we will reverse the value of MHUS common shares. Let me state that at this time we have no plans for a reverse split.:eek:"We will continue to strive to bring solid, revenue producing businesses into MHUS, create an opportunity for good financing to support the company's growth and deliver shareholder value, and to eventually, I hope, bring MHUS to the Bulletin Board or another exchange.

"We can accomplish all of that and we are on track to do so. But this won't happen overnight. There is still debt in the company that needs to be addressed, although we have eliminated more than half of those liabilities. We still have a burn rate of about $50,000 a month which will continue until we turn the corner on profitability, a goal I hope to accomplish within six months."

More information on the MicroHoldings, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.

Investors are cautioned that certain statements contained in this document as well as some statements in periodic press releases and some oral statements of MHUS are "Forward-Looking Statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-looking statements include statements which are predictive in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions, which include words such as "believes," "anticipates," "intends," "plans," "expects," and similar expressions. In addition, any statements concerning future financial performance (including future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies or prospects, and possible future MHUS actions, which may be provided by management, are also forward-looking statements as defined by the Act. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to materially differ from any future results, performance, or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and to vary significantly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management believes that the assumptions made and expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, there is no assurance that the underlying assumptions will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectations expressed in this report. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and MHUS has no specific intention to update these statements.



Contact:
MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Jeffrey Flannery, 619-342-8096

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Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.387.004 von Pepersack am 20.03.07 12:40:49cool:

letztes jahr im november hattest du - in einem neuen thread - palomar als geheimtipp vorgestellt; mal sehen, ob du mit mhus wieder so viel erfolg haben wirst !?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.387.074 von Pepersack am 20.03.07 12:44:56vor allem die tatsache, dass die im moment keinen resplit planen, finde ich super !!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.387.004 von Pepersack am 20.03.07 12:40:49frag` doch mal die mods, ob sie diesen thread der richtigen wkn A0MJYR zuordnen können. :kiss:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.387.004 von Pepersack am 20.03.07 12:40:49was meinst du, wo eröffnen die heute in den staaten?

bei 0,0002 oder sehen wir nochmals die 0,0001 ??
tiefer geht es dann ja nicht mehr !! :look:
NEWS NEWS NEWS

MicroHoldings US, Inc. Finalizes Acquisition of XChangeTel, Enters the Wholesale Carrier Business
Monday April 2, 6:00 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUS - News) today announced that it has finalized the agreement to acquire 100% of XChangeTel, Inc., (XTEL) a privately held company that provides international carrier services. Xtel acquired the assets and contracts of Global Vision Telecom. XChangeTel is a provider of commercial and retail telecommunications services and products utilizing the newest technology in Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) telephony. XChangeTel currently hosts about 80 customers on its network services platform and bills more than 5 million minutes a month. Unaudited financials from Xchangetel management reveal that Xtel grossed more than $600,000 in revenues since December 2006.
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The terms of the acquisition remain the same as previously announced: MHUS exchanged 500,000 shares of Preferred Series D Stock for 100% of the Common Stock of XChangeTel. Each share of the Preferred Stock is eligible for conversion in two years time into $1.00 worth of MHUS Common Stock. MHUS agreed to provide XTEL with $54,000 a month to manage and grow its operations, to apply to the Bulletin Board Exchange as soon as feasible, and to seek additional financing to grow the company during the next two years.

XChangeTel was founded by Joseph Putegnat, an experienced telecom industry entrepreneur and pioneer in the development of VoIP wholesale carrier sales. Mr. Putegnat was previously the founder and President of LDExchange which he built into an $80 million company and then sold to MicroGeneral in 1998 for $40 million. Mr. Putegnat was also the founder and CEO of Jupiter Telecom.

Stated Jeffrey Flannery, CEO of MicroHoldings US, Inc., "MHUS is now officially in the carrier services business and I couldn't be more excited than to work with the seasoned veterans of XChangeTel. Unparalleled in this industry, Joe Putegnat and his team have built several successful telecom companies and bring with them a new vision and set of goals for XChangeTel. We have set internal goals to achieve significant revenue growth this year, seek application back to the Bulletin Board, and to identify key acquisitions that will help launch this company as a leader in the industry. MHUS looks forward to helping Joe and Xtel achieve their goals."

Stated Joe Putegnat, "I believe MHUS is the vehicle that will allow us to be the next generation of carrier service providers. We have exciting and ambitious plans that we are very anxious to execute now that the acquisition is complete."

More information on the MicroHoldings US, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.

Investors are cautioned that certain statements contained in this document as well as some statements in periodic press releases and some oral statements of MHUS are "Forward-Looking Statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-looking statements include statements which are predictive in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions, which include words such as "believes," "anticipates," "intends," "plans," "expects," and similar expressions. In addition, any statements concerning future financial performance (including future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies or prospects, and possible future MHUS actions, which may be provided by management, are also forward-looking statements as defined by the Act. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to materially differ from any future results, performance, or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and to vary significantly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management believes that the assumptions made and expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, there is no assurance that the underlying assumptions will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectations expressed in this report. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and MHUS has no specific intention to update these statements.



Contact:
MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Jeff Flannery, 619-342-8096

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Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.
die party beginnt und (noch) interessiert es nur mich:

MicroHoldings US, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire German Telecommunications Company
Tuesday April 10, 9:45 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUS - News) today announced that it has signed a nonbinding letter of intent to acquire the German telecommunications company, Merkur Telekom AG.
Merkur is a provider of prepaid and international calling services. According to unaudited financials, the German company produced more than 2 million Euros, or $2.67 million, in gross revenue for 2006 and posted a profit of about 200 thousand Euros or $267 thousand US. The acquisition of Merkur is dependent on the parties completing due diligence and executing a Final Agreement.
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"The acquisition of Merkur gives MHUS a solid partner in the European market," states Joe Putegnat, Director of Operations for MHUS. "We hope to add their capabilities and expertise to ours as we continue to grow our company into what we hope will be a major competitor in the telecom industry."

MHUS also owns the subsidiary, XChangeTel, a provider of international calling services based in San Diego, California. XChangeTel was founded by Joseph Putegnat, an experienced telecom industry entrepreneur and pioneer in the development of VoIP wholesale carrier sales.

More information on the MicroHoldings US, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.

Investors are cautioned that certain statements contained in this document as well as some statements in periodic press releases and some oral statements of MHUS are "Forward-Looking Statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-looking statements include statements which are predictive in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions, which include words such as "believes," "anticipates," "intends," "plans," "expects," and similar expressions. In addition, any statements concerning future financial performance (including future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies or prospects, and possible future MHUS actions, which may be provided by management, are also forward-looking statements as defined by the Act. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to materially differ from any future results, performance, or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and to vary significantly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management believes that the assumptions made and expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, there is no assurance that the underlying assumptions will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectations expressed in this report. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and MHUS has no specific intention to update these statements.



Contact:
MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Jeff Flannery, (619) 342-8096

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Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.741.936 von itsSHOWTIME am 10.04.07 16:29:51Nee, nee, ich beobachte schon :D
zum 1. mal seit längerer zeit liegt der kurs wieder bei "2 tacken" !!!

und das handelsvolumen sieht heute auch sehr gut aus !!!

:):):)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.741.936 von itsSHOWTIME am 10.04.07 16:29:51http://www.national-call.de/Aufladung.pdf

http://www.bundesnetzagentur.de/enid/_ss_xy/Verzeichnis_der_…
Merkur Telekom Ltd., Zweigniederlassung Deutschland
Industriering 7, 63868 Großwallstadt 010044
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.742.080 von itsSHOWTIME am 10.04.07 16:37:12

Totegesagter beginnt wieder zu leben.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.742.300 von Kaltental am 10.04.07 16:49:09Hmmm, ist das überhaupt ein Merkur Telekom AG :confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.742.373 von Kaltental am 10.04.07 16:53:17http://www.gobananas.de/conditions.php

Gobananas ist Merkur Telekom Ltd. und bisher scheuint es für mich, das es das schweizer Mutterunternehmen von Merkur Telekom AG ist.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.742.844 von itsSHOWTIME am 10.04.07 17:16:24http://www.ethnotrade.de/download/ethnotrade_18.pdf
Frühling 2006

● In diesem Jahr ist es unverkennbar für Einzelhändler,
Großhändler und Herausgeber von
Calling Cards – das Geschäft mit den Plastikkarten
nimmt tendenziell ab.

Doch während einige Unternehmen ihre Zukunft in anderen Branchen oder Geschäftsfeldern der Telekommunikation suchen, investieren
andere, dem Trend zum Trotz, gerade kräftig in die Calling-Card-Branche. Wie zum Beispiel die in der Schweiz ansässige Firma Media Card AG, die im November 2005 das komplette Calling-Card-Geschäft der Eco World Communication GmbH mit insgesamt an die 50 Calling Cards mit „Eco“-Symbol
übernommen hat.

Auch die Vertriebsrechte an der wohl in Deutschland meistverkauften Calling Card „Go Bananas“ von der Merkur Telecom Services GmbH wurde an die Media Card AG übertragen. Weitere Markenübernahmen sind bereits avisiert und werden folgen.

Des Weiteren wird die Media Card AG mit einem außergewöhnlichen neuen Onlineportal starten (www.prepaid.tv).

„Wir gehen fest davon aus, dass der Kunde sein Vertrauen in die Calling Cards wieder findet und am Ende den bewährten Marken
treu bleiben wird“, so Karl Gasser, Verwaltungsrat
der Media Card AG. Neben Deutschland vertreibt die Media Card AG Calling Cards u.a. in Polen, Belgien, Holland, Tschechien, Montenegro, Österreich, Italien sowie Spanien und entwickelte sich innerhalb von nur drei Jahren zu einem der bedeutendsten Calling-
Card-Unternehmen Europas.

Die Zukunft der Branche sieht Karl Gasser folgendermaßen:
„Calling Cards werden immer ein wichtiger Bestandteil der Kommunikation unserer ausländischen Mitbürger mit ihren Familien und Freunden im nahen und fernen Ausland bleiben. Die unkomplizierte Kostenkontrolle und günstigen Preise werden die Calling Card auch weiterhin zu einem gefragten Medium für
preisgünstige Auslandstelefonie neben den etablierten Call Shops machen.“

Kontakt:
Media Card AG
Bitzighoferstr. 9
CH – 6060 Samen
Tel.: +41 – 41 – 661 2380
info@mediacard.ch
Calling Switzerland
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.743.179 von Kaltental am 10.04.07 17:33:25Weiterer Bericht in dem PDF-Dokument

Kooperation von go bananas best quality
mit Telegate 11 88 0

● Die „go bananas best quality“ Telefonkarte
von Merkur Telekom AG gehört seit Jahren zu
einer der führenden Telefonkarten in Deutschland
und zu einer der bekanntesten Telefonkarten
in Europa. Besonders im ethnischen
Bereich wird die Karte durch die umfassende
Abdeckung aller Destinationen in der Welt
und mehr als 100 Mobilfunk-Netze geschätzt
und seit Jahren erfolgreich verkauft. Die Verlässlichkeit
der Dienste, die Kontinuität der
Leistung, die sicherheitsgetestete Kommunikationtechnik
und last but not least die
freundliche Back-Office-Unterstützung haben
sie zu einer der am meisten verkauften Calling
Cards in Deutschland gemacht.
Ziel ist es, die Karte als All-Rounder-Karte
zu etablieren, die dem Nutzer ein Höchstmaß
an Mehrwert, Dienstleistung und Zufriedenheit
garantiert. Deswegen erweitert „go
bananas best quality“ ihr Spektrum im Bereich
der Mehrwert-Dienste und Services, um
die Marktführerschaft weiter zu stabilisieren
und auszubauen.
Um dieses Ziel zu erreichen, arbeitet Merkur
neuerdings mit der Premiumauskunft
11 88 0 zusammen. Die Nummer zwei im
deutschen Auskunftsmarkt bietet ein vielfältiges
Serviceportofolio, das insbesondere für
die ethnischen Zielgruppen interessant ist:
Neben der klassischen Rufnummern- und
Adressauskunft in Deutschland erreicht der
Telefonkarten-Nutzer über die 11 88 0 auch
die eigene Auslandsauskunft. Hier können
Teilnehmerdaten aus nahezu allen Ländern
der Welt abgefragt werden. Die Auskunft
setzt dabei auf freundlichen und kompetenten
Service – auch in englischer Sprache.
Neben der technischen Leistung ist dies ein
wichtiges Kriterium für die Zusammenarbeit
mit der „go bananas best quality“ Calling
Card.
Die Ergebnisse der ersten Testphase haben
gezeigt, dass dieser Service erfolgversprechend
ist und den Kundenbedürfnissen entspricht.
Viele Nutzer der Telefonkarte ‚go bananas
best quality’ haben bereits die 11 88 0
gewählt, um eine Auskunft zu erhalten. Dieses
Ergebnis macht sehr optimistisch, besonders
vor dem Hintergrund, dass die Zusammenarbeit
noch nicht öffentlich beworben
wurde.
Die Premiumauskunft der 11 88 0 ist
zudem über die zum 18. April 2006 neu
eingeführte „National Call“ Telefonkarte
erreichbar. Diese Karte wurde speziell für
den öffentlichen Dienst, für Institutionen
und für die Bundeswehr von der Merkur
Telekom AG aufgelegt.
Kontakt:
MERKUR
Telecomservices GmbH
Eberhard Stöhrer
Herriotstr. 1
60528 Frankfurt/M
Tel.: 069 - 66 55 89 0
www.gobananas.de
www.national-call.de
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.744.852 von spekulativ am 10.04.07 19:06:58und ich bin schon seid einem viertel JAhr dabei :D

Mal sehen ob ich hier noch mal nachkaufe um zu verbilligen
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.746.753 von meinekleinelea am 10.04.07 20:58:09Umsatz 2,1 Milliarden:eek::eek::eek:

Dafür war die Kurssteigerung doch eher mäßig.

War wohl nur ein Strohfeuer, oder?

Bestimmt wurde auch die Druckerpresse wieder angeschmissen.:mad:

Tja, wäre schön gewesen....:(
Mal sehen wie es heute weitegeht... Hoffentlich zieht der Kurs richtig an und die bringen keine neune Aktien auf den Markt...
schon wieder news:


Press Release Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.


MicroHoldings US, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire Second Telecommunications Company in Germany
Thursday April 12, 6:00 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUS - News) today announced that it has signed a nonbinding letter of intent to acquire a second German company, GDS Global Destination Services, GmbH, an established provider of international carrier services. The acquisition of GDS is dependent on the Parties completing due diligence and executing a Final Agreement.
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Earlier this week, MHUS announced an LOI to acquire Merkur Telekom, a German provider of prepaid calling services. Although distinct in the types of services they provide, Merkur and GDS are sister companies, and the Parties agreed today to pursue an acquisition of both German companies. According to unaudited financials, GDS produced more than 2.5 million Euros, or $3.36 million US, in gross revenues for 2006.

"The acquisition of GDS provides us with a base of profitable operations on which to launch our new services in the European markets," stated Joe Putegnat, Director of Operations for MHUS. "After discussions, we all decided it was in our best interests to acquire both entities. In fact, both companies give us combined and complementary revenues of nearly $7 million per year. We are excited to bring both companies online with MHUS."

MHUS also owns the subsidiary XChangeTel, a provider of international calling services based in San Diego, California. More information on MicroHoldings US, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.

Investors are cautioned that certain statements contained in this document as well as some statements in periodic press releases and some oral statements of MHUS are "Forward-Looking Statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-looking statements include statements which are predictive in nature; which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions; or which include words such as "believes," "anticipates," "intends," "plans," "expects," and similar expressions. In addition, any statements concerning future financial performance (including future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies or prospects, and possible future MHUS actions, which may be provided by management, are also forward-looking statements as defined by the Act. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to materially differ from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and to vary significantly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management believes that the assumptions made and expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, there is no assurance that the underlying assumptions will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectations expressed in this report. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and MHUS has no specific intention to update these statements.



Contact:
MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Jeff Flannery, 619-342-8096

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Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.773.932 von itsSHOWTIME am 12.04.07 12:05:56Jetzt drehen sie wohl dann bald durch.
Ich geh jetzt mal was zum Essen holen und dann ruf ich Go Bananas an. Mal sehen, wie cih zu Merkur Telekom AG durchkomme.

Hat jemand Fragen?

Weiß noch nicht was ich mit denen Quatschen soll, außer ob sie durch uns Shareholder finanziert werden und sich dann wieder verziehen möchten.:eek::laugh:

Gebt mir mal bitte ein paar Fragemöglichkeiten, sonst quatsch ich die mit Blödsinn voll.:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.773.932 von itsSHOWTIME am 12.04.07 12:05:56Das interessante an diesen News ist, dass die Angaben nicht stimmen.

Die GDS ist keine "Sister-Company" von Merkur Telekom sondern die Mutter der Merkur Telekom Ltd.

Die Merkur Telekom Ltd ist die jenige die gobananas vertreibt.

Warum man die Merkur Telekom AG (die frühere Wind-Jet SA) kaufen will, die mit den beiden oben genannten nicht in Verbindung steht sondern in der Schweiz unter der Adresse der "Siena Treuhand GmbH" firmiert, weiss ich nicht.

Interessant ist auch, dass man dieser AG das Geschäftsfeld der gobananas-cards zuschreibt, was aber falsch ist, da dieses Geschäft bei der Ltd liegt.

Auch die Angabe der Zahlen von 7 Millionen ist nach meinen Angaben völlig aus der Luft gegriffen und bewusst geschönt.

Folgende Angaben hab ich bekommen:

"Merkur sitzt im gleichen Haus wie Siena Treuhand.
3 Mitarbeiter
geschätzter Umsatz knapp 500.000,-
Raphael Oeschger ist Geschäftsführer
früherer Name: Wind-Jet SA "

"Merkur Telekom Ltd. sitzt in Birmingham und hat eine deutsche Muttergesellschaft: GDS, Global Destination Services GmbH in Großwallstadt
Uwe Decher ist GF bei Merkur.
Keine Zahlen vorhanden. "

"GDS:
2 mio. Umsatz
Uwe Helmut Decher und Gerd Krüger sind GF
"

Beides wie immer LOI -- klar und

warum Flannery erst die Centrex in Microcars Holding umbenennt, wenn er nun einen Telekommunikationskonzern vorantreiben möchte und seit Monaten nicht mehr auf die Microcars Situation eingeht, wundert wohl auch keinen.
Immerhin mit solchen News wird man zumindestens wieder Aktien los ;-)

Wovon er diese Firmen nun wieder bezahlen möchte, bleibt im Dunklen, klar er ist ja auch der einzige Geschäftsführer, der es schafft ohne Geld Firmen mit angeblichen Millionenumsätzen zu kaufen :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.775.606 von Geldrausch am 12.04.07 13:51:13Bis jetz hab ich es so verstanden, das die schweizer Merkur Telekom Ltd. das Mutterunternehmen ist.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.775.606 von Geldrausch am 12.04.07 13:51:13Ja, ich will auch meine loswerden :laugh:

Soll die Aktie nochmal kurz Hypen, dann bin ich zufrieden und werde ein Warner Flannerys. Sozusagen ein Flannerystalker
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.775.709 von Kaltental am 12.04.07 13:57:36Ich kann dir nur sagen, was ich bekommen habe.
Die GDS ist die Mutter der Ltd.

Alleine die Wahl der Ltd für eine deutsche Firma lässt mM nach erahnen worum es hier geht.
Lies dir dazu mal die Vorteile der Ltd im Vergleich zur GmbH durch, im Besonderen darauf achtend, warum eine dt. Firma mit Geschäftsfeld in Deutschland eine Ltd gründet.

Ist auch egal viel interessanter ist, dass in der 1. News von der Merkur Telekom AG in Bezug auf den tollen Umsatz mit gobanana cards gesprochen wird , ein einfacher Blick in die AGB´s aber genügt um herauszubekommen, dass die Ltd die interessante (weil Betreiberin ist)

In der 2. News wird das umgangen indem man nun die richtige Firma kaufen will (sind ja sowieso nur unverbindliche Absichtserklärungen) und man dann den Umsatz der AG, der nicht bei 2 Mio liegt und schon gar nicht mit gobananas erzielt wurde mit der richtigen Firma einfach addiert.
Sieht dann ja auch viel besser aus, nicht war?

Mal sehen, was das noch so aufwirbelt, da ist jemand ganz schön mutig, sich nach Deutschland zu wagen um den Aktienumsatz hier nochmals richtig anzukurbeln :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.775.915 von Geldrausch am 12.04.07 14:11:17In der ersten News stand doch nicht gobananas drin, sonder Porsche:eek::eek::eek:

Geldrausch, ich glaube nicht das du es nötig hast irgendwelche Lügengeschichten zu erfinden. Ich denke, du hast etwas falsch verstanden.

Und die Ltd. ist seit mehreren Jahren am kommen. Daran ist überhaupt nichts auszusetzen.

Und dein addieren hab ich nicht geschnallt.


Ich denke, das wir zwei mittlerweile gleiche Ziele haben und ich weiß auch, das wir zwei da nicht alleine sind. Aber die anderen sollen sich selber outen.

Also, ruhig blut, nochmal lesen und dann ggf. verständlich schreiben.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.776.311 von Kaltental am 12.04.07 14:37:38dieser enorme Umsatz und doch kein grösserer Anstieg zeigt doch, dass es sich um neue Aktien handeln muss - seht ihr dies nicht auch so? Danke 360
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.779.468 von 360 am 12.04.07 16:58:56Ich gehe mittlerweile von pauschal 3-5 Milliarden OS aus.





Und über Messenger wurde mir folgendes geschickt:
Dürfte aus dem IHUB sein.


As I have said before, I do not want to do a reverse. I am hoping that with the sale of IBT my cash needs in Axia will be less and we can reach profitability sooner. If we lose the bid as I did in MHUS there for a while then it becomes difficult not to think about a reverse. Hopefully we won\'t have to.
hi Leutz,

so wie ich hier lese, gehe ich davon aus, dass ihr nicht die größte Hoffnung auf einen durchbruch habt? Ich meine es waren riesige umsätze, aber kaum bewegung nach oben. beinahe jede andere aktie wäre durchgebrochen, oder nicht?

was meint ihr, waren es nur Ablade-LOI? Kommt noch was?

Im ihub meint man, dass es manchmal mehrere anläufe von nöten wäre. man bezieht sich da auf andere aktien. ich habe diese anhand des chartes überprüft, habe aber allerdings festgestellt, dass diese nicht die massiven umsätze hatten vor dem Run, sondern während...

eure meinung?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.802.816 von mortem am 13.04.07 21:06:58Wenn das hier einen Durchbruch gibt, dann so schnell wie möglich raus.

Für viele lohnt es sich nicht mehr, da zum erreichen des Durchschnittspreise ein 20bagger, 40bagger und gar 60bagger von nöten ist.

Wer noch mehr braucht, gar einen 100bagger, da Stand der Kurs auch mal vor ein paar Monaten, dem ist eh nicht mehr zu helfen :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.822.644 von Kaltental am 15.04.07 01:50:17an guten Tagen ist hier ein Kurs von 0,0005 bis 0,0007 drin,mehr aber auch nich, aber wer weiß.....;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.822.932 von KANTER am 15.04.07 09:26:26http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=1…

So lang wir die Amis im Glauben lassen, das MHUS GoBananas kaufen möchten kann auch schon mehr drin sein, wenn es Flannery zulässt.

Ich mag nur nicht, das User hier im WO unbedingt mit falschen Vorstellungen Geld reinhauen. Es ist ein sehr gefährlicher Stock.
was für ein trauerspiel:

das gestrige handelsvolumen liegt bei über 100 tusd - und trotzdem schliesst der kurs bei einem tacken!!


..... kv
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.911.154 von itsSHOWTIME am 20.04.07 08:22:21Ich welber kann es nicht bestätigen:

http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=1…

MHUS - Pinksheets is an accessory to these POS stocks that don't update their financials or share info, when they know full well there have been changes.

Pinksheets should kick these people off their site when they post there is 200 million shares authorized, but the truth is that 6 weeks ago, MHUS raised the authorized to 8 billion common shares and 100 million preferred shares...

You can pay $5.20 and see that I am posting the truth here...

First go to pinksheets and see the lie still posted there...

http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/company_profile.jsp?symbol=m…

Then use this link and see that there are 8 billion authorized shares as of March 8th, 2007, but MHUS has not updated the info, and Pinksheets will not do a thing about it...

https://www.sooneraccess.state.ok.us/corp_inquiry/corp_inqui…
Und wer gestern und auch heute AXGJ bebachtet, dürfte das gleiche Spiel wie bei MHUS beobachten können. Kann mir momentan nicht vorstellen, das AXGJ großartig über die .0005 kommt, geschweige sie überhaupt erreichen wird.
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/070420/20070420005452.html?.v=1

Jaja, kann ja mal passieren :keks:

Press Release Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.

MicroHoldings US, Inc. Issues Correction To Previous Announcement Issued April 12, 2007
Friday April 20, 11:31 am ET

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUS - News) today announced that an error was made in a previous release issued April 12, 2007 with the headline "MicroHoldings US, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire Second Telecommunications Company in Germany" regarding two German companies MHUS is in negotiations to acquire. MHUS has signed LOI to acquire Merkur Telekom, a provider of prepaid calling services, and an LOI to acquire GDS Global Destination Services, an established provider of international carrier services. Contrary to what was set forth in the previous release, the two German companies are distinct and unrelated.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.962.730 von Kaltental am 23.04.07 23:28:38Hier kann sich jeder einen kleinen Überblick verschaffen: http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=1…
http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/company_profile.jsp?symbol=M…

Update

...

Outstanding Shares: 2,933,236,676 as of 2007-04-10:confused: Aha, ehrlich :confused::laugh:

Estimated Market Cap: 293,324 as of 2007-04-30 (based on Outstanding Shares as of 2007-04-10)
Authorized Shares: 8,000,000,000 as of 2007-04-10
Number of Shareholders of Record: 9 as of 2007-04-10
...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.082.504 von Kaltental am 01.05.07 17:06:46:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Number of Shareholders of Record: 9 as of 2007-04-10

Los zeigt euch ihr 9 Leute :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.082.531 von Kaltental am 01.05.07 17:09:56Ich hab immer noch 600.000 Stück :laugh::laugh::laugh:
Press Release Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.

MicroHoldings US, Inc. Signs Service and Marketing Memorandum with CyberTel Corp.
Wednesday May 2, 11:58 am ET

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUS - News) today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with CyberTel Corporation (OTCBB:CBEL - News) to support and market the software technology MHUS, through its subsidiary XChangeTel, is developing for the telecommunications carrier services industry. The MOU calls for CyberTel to pay a license fee of $1 million to MicroHoldings once the software is completed and commercially available. CyberTel also agrees to provide MHUS with network operation services, technical assistance and program development.

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Stated Jeffrey Flannery, CEO of MicroHoldings US, Inc., "CyberTel brings experience and resources that will support our efforts to commercialize the new calling services platform being developed at XChangeTel. This MOU calls for CyberTel to provide MHUS with capital to complete our program development, facilities, network operations, support staff, and marketing support."

CyberTel has provided support and marketing for telecommunication and prepaid services for several years, including long distance services, prepaid calling cards and VOiP cellular phone services. XChangeTel is completing development on a new software platform to support VOiP calling and carrier services.

Stated James Wheeler, CEO of CyberTel, "This agreement with MicroHoldings allows CyberTel to re-enter into on the cutting edge of what we believe is a revitalized telecommunications market. We are excited to be teaming up with the innovative team at XChangeTel and to forging a long, productive relationship."

More information on the MicroHoldings US, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.
Mal sehen, ob es nun viele Käufer gibt, die die ,0001 wegräumen

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.082.531 von Kaltental am 01.05.07 17:09:56Hallo Kaltental,
Bin auch einer von den Neunen.:)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.082.542 von Kaltental am 01.05.07 17:10:38...dann kann ich mit meinem anteil schon fast den laden übernehmen....:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.101.245 von prettywomen am 02.05.07 20:12:35mit den Amis drüben sind wir schon zu zwölft. :confused::D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.101.245 von prettywomen am 02.05.07 20:12:35Hast du schon die absolute Mehrheit, dann nix wie ran an die Übernahme :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.098.877 von Kaltental am 02.05.07 18:01:53Über diese Seite kommt man auch an die News: http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=CBEL.OB
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.098.877 von Kaltental am 02.05.07 18:01:53Ein Bild, was bei MHUS passiert, wenn ein MOU unterzeichnet wird:


Knapp eine Milliarde Aktien gehandelt und nix passiert.

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/070507/aqm067.html?.v=7

Press Release Source: CyberTel Capital Corporation

CyberTel Capital Corp. Signs Service and Marketing Memorandum with MicroHoldings US, Inc.
Monday May 7, 9:00 am ET

SAN DIEGO, May 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CyberTel Capital Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: CBEL - News) and MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pinksheets: MHUS - News) today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with CyberTel Corporation to support and market the new software technology that MHUS, through its subsidiary XChangeTel, is developing for the telecommunication carrier services industry. The MOU calls for CyberTel to pay a license fee of $1 million to MicroHoldings once the software is completed and commercially available. CyberTel also agrees to provide support in terms of network operation services, technical assistance and program development.

ADVERTISEMENT
Stated James Wheeler, CEO of CyberTel, "This agreement with MicroHoldings allows CyberTel to re-enter at the cutting edge of what we believe is a revitalized telecommunications market. We are excited to be teaming up with the innovative team at XChangeTel and to forging a long, productive relationship."

CyberTel has provided support and marketing for telecommunication and prepaid services for several years, including long distance services, prepaid calling cards and VOiP cellular phone services. XChangeTel is completing development on a new software platform to support VOiP calling and carrier services.

Stated Jeffrey Flannery, CEO of MicroHoldings US, Inc., "CyberTel brings experience and resources that will support our efforts to commercialize the new calling services platform that is being developed at XChangeTel. This MOU calls for CyberTel to provide MHUS with capital to complete our program development, facilities, network operations, and support staff, and marketing support."

More information on the MicroHoldings US, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.

About CyberTel Capital Corporation

CyberTel Capital Corporation is a holding company with interests in areas of telecommunications, data management, information systems and public safety communication and response solutions. CyberTel trades on the OTC Bulletin Board under the ticker symbol CBEL. For more information on CyberTel or AireWire contact investor@CBELinc.com.

...
was meint ihr? chancen auf steigende kurse?

habe noch 3100000!

bin also großaktionär.......lol
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.206.921 von Moneteros am 08.05.07 10:17:06wenn jeffrey allmählich aufhört, die gesamte kohle, die ihm angeboten wird, einzusacken - dann ja.

aber so lange er immer neue shares auf den markt schmeisst - dann sieht es schlecht aus.

ich hoffe ja stark, dass er bald "satt" ist + wir uns über steigende kurse freuen können!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.207.060 von itsSHOWTIME am 08.05.07 10:24:21Jetzt wird aber die Newsmaschinerie langsam angeschmissen. Nur am Kurs passiert nix


http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/070508/20070508005766.html?.v=1

Press Release Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.

MicroHoldings US, Inc. Release First Quarter Financials on XChangeTel Subsidiary
Tuesday May 8, 9:16 am ET

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUS - News) today released first quarter 2007 financial information for its subsidiary XchangeTel, Inc., (Xtel). For the period of January 1, 2007 to March 31, 2007, Xtel produced $491,509 in gross revenues. Gross profit for this same period was $11,441 and net income was a loss of $135,003. These financials were not audited by an independent auditing firm.


XchangeTel is a provider of commercial and retail telecommunications services and products utilizing the newest technology in Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) telephony. XchangeTel currently hosts about 80 customers on its network services platform and bills more than 5 million minutes a month.

Stated Joe Putegnat, Director of Operations, "We spent the first quarter of 2007 focusing on potential acquisitions for MicroHoldings which we hope will greatly increase our international base of operations as well as grow the company significantly. We hope to bring some of those transactions to completion in the near future. In the meantime, we will continue to build our international carrier business."

More information on the MicroHoldings US, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.
lol,

was gehtn, 2880 stück auf 0,0003! soll der jetzt gepusht werden? na mir solls recht sein!

na hopp, steig!!!!!

gruß moneteros
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.270.984 von Moneteros am 11.05.07 16:05:37leider schon wieder vorbei !
http://otcbb.com/asp/dailylist_detail.asp?d=05/22/2007&mkt_c…

13:35 5/23/2007 MHUS Microholdings US, Inc. Common Stock (OK) MHUI Microholdings US, Inc. New Common Stock (OK) 1-10,000 R/S
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.427.514 von Kaltental am 22.05.07 23:25:52Das Rad beginnt sich wieder von neuem zu drehen.

Hammerhart.

Wer noch nicht drin ist sollte nie in Flannery investieren. Lasst es einfach sein.
ahmmerhart, mal so eben ist der alte gegenwert durch das resplit um 85% gefallen! diese scheiss abzocke überall, man müsste sie alle erschiessen!

gehe doch wieder in bundesschätzchen!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.441.206 von Moneteros am 23.05.07 19:48:08yes; es ist schon schwer an der otc geld zu verdienen! meistens verdienen nur die ceo.

am besten in zukunft nur (rechzeitig) auf einen fahrenden otc-zug aufspringen und schnell wieder abspringen. diesen wert dann nie wieder anschauen. long-investments an der otc kann`ste vergessen.
und bei axia hat der gauner natürlich heute auch gesplittet!!
Selten eine derart durchsichtige Abzocke gesehen.
Krass dass sich mit sowas echt Geld verdienen lässt.
Das schlimme ist, dass du diesem Typen rein rechtlich nicht an die Wäsche kannst, er hat ja in jedem Statement gesagt, dass alles vorläufig, eventuell und die Firma sowieso pleite ist !

Naja man lernt nie aus...
ich bin hier nochmal mit einem blauen Auge davon gekommen, habe zu 0,0002 noch verkaufen können und konnte dadurch mein Einsatz weitgehends zurück holen. Die verbliebenen 6M (aktuell 600) kann ich daher getrost ignorieren,...

Aber bei GWGO bzw. GWGD hats mich voll erwicht,... :(:mad::(
bitte erschlagt mich nicht:

aber sind das jetzt nicht (nach-)kaufkurse - auf diesem niveau von z.zt. 11 usd-cts?!

nehmen wir mal an, vor dem r/s gab es 10 mrd. outstanding shares. dann sind es jetzt nur noch 1 mio stücke und das macht eine mk von noch nicht einmal 100.000 euro. meine milchmädchen-rechnung müsste doch eigentlich stimmen - oder ?

und eine mk von unter 100.000 euro dürfte doch nicht zuviel sein?!

die einzige gefahr besteht natürlich darin, dass flannery immer noch nicht \"satt\" ist und den kurs nicht nachhaltig steigen lässt.

was meint ihr - oder seid ihr alle so frustriert und meint: \"hör auf - mit dem sch....\"?!
habe ich gerade im neuen axia-thread gelesen:

Discussion with Jeff Flannery, CEO of MicroHoldings Inc (MHUI) on 5/25/07
I sent MHUI an email via their website requesting some information about the company and its current status. I was surprised when I received a phone call back from the CEO within 20 mins of sending the email. The information we discussed is non-material in nature and the following will be presented in an opinionated manner.
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Mr. Flannery seemed somewhat cautious at first, probably due to some of the reactions he was getting regarding the recent stock price and reverse split. Once we got to talking he became very upbeat and confident in his ability to take the company into profitability by the end of this year.

The MicroCar partnership is still in progress, but there have been setbacks and contractual issues need to be resolved. Meeting plans are being made to work on these issues and to whether there are any final solutions to these issues. I didn't get a great positive feeling on this. There seemed to be some resistance in moving the company in the direction of being an auto maker. There are many parties involved in those future meetings and caution was stressed. The MicroCar issue, in my
opinion, was the only downward side of the conversation.

Mr. Flannery has lots of experience in the telecommunications industry and his confidence is very high that the company can take advantages of those opportunities through acquiring other companies in that field. The feeling of "do what you know" seem to be the main topic of the conversation. The 2 Letter of Intent are proceeding, one of the LOI is going very well, the other is still in the DD stage. There are many more opportunities in the telecom industry that the company is
looking at. Flannery sounded quite excited about this. We should see something from MHUI fairly soon. Xchangetel is in the process of creating their website and we should see something soon at www.xchangetel.com

Regarding the share situation. Flannery has confirmed that the total outstanding shares has dropped to approximately 880,000 shares. He also stated that he has no intention of issuing shares at anytime in the near future. The reason for the RS? A few of the acquisition interests were concerned with a share price that didn't have a fair market, especially if there was no bids. It becomes difficult to attract new companies to merge with a $0.0001 stock price. Dilution? Not from the company or
any new acquisitions. Any new stock would be preferred shares and have a 2 year restriction placed on them. We discussed the current stock price, and like I mentioned in a previous post, a true market has not been yet post split. The PPS should work itself out based on the value of the company.

Mr. Flannery’s goal is the bring MHUI to the OTCBB market and have them fully reporting and audited. He sounded sincere and did not paint a false picture of the company, he gave me the good and not so good status that I wanted.
MHUI Website updated with shareholder letter.

http://www.microholdings-us.com/SLMay252007.html


May 25, 2007

Dear Shareholders:

We recently effected a reverse split of the company's common stock, an action I publicly
spoke against doing in earlier communications. Unfortunately, circumstances forced us to
take some kind of action. There were a number of reasons we moved ahead with this
reorganization.

The primary reason was to have a higher stock price in light of the companies we are currently
seeking to acquire. Our offers to these companies are based on providing their principles
and shareholders with stock in a publicly trading company that will have long-term,
increasing value. That promise is hard to represent when the stock price was as low as ours
has been the last several months.

Another reason is that we now need to bring in longer-term financing for the company that will
not cause a potential depreciation of the company's stock price. The last six months was
dedicated to dealing with past debt and taking on short term financing as we developed our
business direction. The type of financing we are looking for will require a solid business and
a reasonable stock price.

A lot of questions have been asked about MicroCars. I have offered fairly detailed updates in
previous communications. We have not completed the deal the parties accepted months
ago as we have not paid the $300,000 that was required. Until I travel there I really cannot
advance those discussions. I had to postpone that trip again last month due to violence in
the country's capital but am now hoping to travel in June.

That said, we are very encouraged by the progress we have made on the
telecommunications side of the company. XchangeTel, our subsidiary, is growing every
month. We will soon be revealing new developments that have been taking place behind the
scenes at XchangeTel which will better illuminate our excitement for the future of this
subsidiary.

We are moving forward positively with the potential acquisitions that have been previously
announced. Our due diligence and contract negotiations are nearly complete. We have
identified a number of additional strategic candidates to join MHUI which will further expand
and strengthen our telecom holdings.

I set forth a number of goals for MicroHoldings that I still stand by:


1) We will develop and support a strong foundation of business that will grow, be
exciting and add shareholder value.

2) We will present timely financial statements, eventually operating as a audited, fully
reporting company.

3) We will apply for, and hopefully succeed in being accepted to the Bulletin Board.

4) We will strive to be profitable by 2008.


While I cannot guarantee anything, I am making a commitment to the shareholders of MHUI
to do all I can to accomplish these objectives. I am also making this same commitment to
the companies who are joining us. We can grow into a company we can be proud of, a
company that demonstrates success and brings value to our efforts.

All of that said, at this time, MHUI is still a nonreporting, pinksheet company. This means we
have not published audited financials for the company. There is very limited information you
can rely on to make an investment decision in the company. If you are a new investor, which I
feel many of who write to me are, this is probably not a wise investment for you. Once we
have financials audited and published, you will have much better information on which to
make a decision.


Best Regards,

Jeffrey Flannery
CEO
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.522.653 von itsSHOWTIME am 29.05.07 13:00:30Hör auf mit dem Scheiß.
Normalerweise müssten wir regelmäßig in sämtlichen Boards posten, das keine Sau mehr Aktien von Flannery kauft. Denn solange es wieder welche gibt, die die Scheiße kaufen solange kann Flannery auch wieder weitermachen.

Echt hey, jeder sollte regelmäßig einmal in der Woche in verschiedenen Threads von verschiedenen Foren die Geschichte posten, die er miterlebt hat und am besten noch Links zu Erfahrungsberichten mit Flannery.

Die feige S.. hat nicht gesagt, wann er in Frankfurt ist. War bestimmt besser so. Hatte mich eh gewundert: Entweder hat er einige Bodygards um sich oder er ist tatsächlich mutig.

Zumindest hab ich ein Foto von dem Kerl und wenn ich auf Weltreise bin und diesen Typen sehe, dann schick ich ihm einen Gruß zwischen die Augen und wenn er fragt: "Warum?" , dann grad nochmal.
Kann ja dazu sagen: itsSHOWTIME :laugh:

Solange jemand kauft, solange lebt er davon.
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Press Release Source: MicroHoldings US, Inc.


MicroHoldings US, Inc. Finalizes Agreement To Acquire GDS, German Telecommunications Company
Friday June 1, 9:34 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroHoldings US, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MHUI - News) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of the German telecommunications company, GDS Global Destination Services, GmbH, in a transaction involving cash and stock. GDS is an established carrier services company based in Frankfurt, Germany, one of the leading hubs for telecommunications service in Europe. GDS provides interconnect and overseas telecommunications service for more than a dozen major carriers as well as supports a variety of prepaid services.
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According to unaudited financials provided by GDS, GDS produced $4.77 million in gross revenues for 2006 and posted a profit of $248,000. GDS grossed $3.3 million in 2005 and $5.4 million in 2004. The company posted modest profits of $70,000 and $52,000 in 2005 and 2004 respectively.

"GDS is a first class operation that gives MHUI a profitable base of profitable operations on which we can grow and launch our new services in the European markets," stated Joe Putegnat, Director of Operations for MHUI. "We believe that by working together as one company, we can increase revenues, improve efficiencies and look for new areas of growth more aggressively."

Stated Helmut Uwe Decher, Managing Director of GDS, "We are excited to join MicroHoldings and to be part of what we believe will be the new standard in carrier services. There is tremendous opportunity for growth in Europe and other areas where we have established a presence. We look forward to creating a company that will compete on a worldwide level in growing areas of telecommunications."

In return for receiving 100% of the stock of GDS, MHUI will issue 500,000 shares of Preferred Stock to GDS. The Preferred stock will convert in two years time to 1.00 worth Euro of MHUI common stock per preferred share. The Agreement also calls for MHUI to pay GDS 300,000 Euros within 120 days.

MHUI also owns the subsidiary, XChangeTel, a provider of international calling services based in San Diego, California. More information on the MicroHoldings US, Inc. can be found at www.microholdings-us.com.

Investors are cautioned that certain statements contained in this document as well as some statements in periodic press releases and some oral statements of MHUI are "Forward-Looking Statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-looking statements include statements which are predictive in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions, which include words such as "believes," "anticipates," "intends," "plans," "expects," and similar expressions. In addition, any statements concerning future financial performance (including future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies or prospects, and possible future MHUI actions, which may be provided by management, are also forward-looking statements as defined by the Act. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to materially differ from any future results, performance, or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and to vary significantly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management believes that the assumptions made and expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, there is no assurance that the underlying assumptions will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectations expressed in this report. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and MHUI has no specific intention to update these statements.
nicht schlecht herr specht, 70% minus an einem tag!
jetzt ist wirklich nicht mehr sehr viel über, erst der RS und jetzt -70%!:confused:


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