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es ist voelliger Quatsch das fecc am Boden ist
fecc investiert lediglich in neue Bereiche und
hat vondaher im Moment nicht die Luft.
meine ich doch,es war nur von einigen Leuten
die rede davon das fecc weg vom Fenster sei.

First Ecom wird zusammen mit uniview dem weltweit
fuehrenden Anbieter von Internet-Kommunikations-Loesungen
die Kreditkarten-Zahlungs-Loesung fuer die uniview digital
set top box(STB) vermarkten und entwickeln.
First Ecom wird dadurch der Transaktions und Zahlungsabwickler
von uniview.Sicherlich eine sehr profitable Cooperation.

echter
first Ecom hat jetzt 2mio.$ in uniview investiert
und hat sich damit einen bertaechtlichen Anteil(735.000)
erkauft.Diese Investition soll sicherlich die Grundlage
fuer eine enge Entwicklungs und Vermarktungspartnerschaft legen. wodurch sich der Servicebereich von fecc noch erweitert und festigt.
Ich sehe fuer fecc durchaus Wachstumspotential da im Moment
wirklich viel investiert wird und neue Marktbereiche erschlossen werden.

echtder
@db71
bemueh du dich doch mal um infos anstatt nur
"rumzublubbern".

echt
Sweetheart
da ist net viel neues! Oder besser garnichbubububbltlulbulubbbabababababababbablubbbbba :)

DEEP :D

HALT DOCH

FECC hat einen weiterhinn steigenden Cashburn!!!!!
Gerade 2 MIO in den Wind geschossen für eine Firma die ziemlich Rot dasteht!
Dafür ist FEDS genehmigt! Bei stockmaster unter FECC nachzulesen.

Banzai
Habt Ihr eure Kindergartendiskussion jetzt beendet ?
Gut, denn der derzeitige positive Kurstrend verdient eigentlich positivere Kommentare.

malp
Wie erklaerst du dir den Optimismus?
Aufgrund des Asia Engagements?

echt
Der Kursverlauf der jüngsten Vergangenheit hat, meiner bescheidenen Meinung nach, mehrere Gründe.

Zum einen sind sicherlich die News verantwortlich, die zeigen, daß trotz aller Kritik etwas im Unternehmen passiert.

Zum anderen ist die Reaktion sicherlich auch darauf zurückzuführen, daß der Verfall , vor allem der starke auf das Niveau um die 5 ja ohne massiv schlechte Nachricht kam und das nun als „technische“ Reaktion bezeichnet werden kann.. Inwieweit jetzt der Trend fortgesetzt werden kann, hängt aber sicherlich von der Performance ab. Es MÜSSEN massive Fortschritte her, d.h. es muß Umsätze in ansprechender Höhe geben. Die Ungeduld vieler Anleger, die schon seit geraumer Zeit auf diese Umsätze warten, kann ich durchaus verstehen. Diese Ungeduld wäre vielleicht nicht so groß, wenn man den Mund etwas weniger voll genommen hätte und sich mit freudigen Ankündigungen in der Vergangenheit etwas zurückgehalten hätte.

Hoffen wir, daß das Management den letzten starken Einbruch als Warnschuß verstanden hat und vor allem die Informationspolitik in Zukunft etwas besser und offener gestaltet.

malp
hast du schon die boersego news gelesen?
hoerten sich wirklich sehr positiv an
so soll fecc eine enge Coop mit uniview
eingegangen sein und auch mit 2$ bei den
eingestiegen sein.
Darueber hinaus hat BoB 7,8mio$ in fecc
investiert, das tun die wohl auch nicht aus
purer Bloedheit.

echt
Bank of Bermuda - Cayman - To Use First Ecommerce Data Services E-commerce Solutions

CAYMAN, Bermuda & HONG KONG, Sep 7, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- First Ecommerce
Data Services Limited (FEDS) an Internet payment processing company jointly
owned by Bank of Bermuda and First Ecom.com Inc. (Nasdaq: FECC), (BSX:FECC),
(FECC BH), a global provider of electronic payment processing solutions, today
announced that Bank of Bermuda (Cayman) Limited is using the FEDS processing
solution to offer multi-currency credit card payment processing for their
e-commerce merchants domiciled in the Cayman Islands.

FEDS will provide secure, online, real-time authorization and settlement for all
credit card transactions conducted on the Web sites of e-merchants having
accounts with Bank of Bermuda in the Cayman Islands. When the Visa or MasterCard
system recognizes the transaction as based in the Cayman Islands, it permits
settlement on the island allowing the e-merchant to take advantage of the
benefits of government stability, privacy of information, protection from
currency fluctuations, security and tax-neutral status.

By utilizing the FEDS processing solution, Bank of Bermuda (Cayman) will be able
to offer e-payment processing services to their merchants with limited time to
market, allowing both the bank and their merchants to quickly reap the benefits
of e-commerce. Through this solution, the bank will also benefit from a
stateless payment gateway that provides additional security for online
transactions since cardholder information is not stored on the gateway.

Mark Whiteside, Product Manager, Electronic Banking, Bank of Bermuda (Cayman)
Limited said, "Our e-commerce services have been well-received by our clients
who wish to domicile their businesses in Bermuda, and we`re delighted to be
launching this service in the Cayman Islands with First Ecommerce Data Services.
We believe there is a great potential for e-commerce business on the island and
are pleased to be working with FEDS to provide our merchants with a much needed
e-commerce solution."

"The FEDS solution will provide Bank of Bermuda (Cayman) with a more complete
e-commerce package for handling e-payment transactions," said David Lema,
President of First Ecommerce Data Services. "The addition of real-time, online
settlement will be a great advantage to the e-commerce merchants that domicile
their e-business with Bank of Bermuda in the Cayman Islands. The fact that these
merchants will be enabled to perform multi-currency settlement in a tax-neutral
jurisdiction will be a benefit not only to the merchant, but also to the bank
who will gain a competitive edge."


Bank of Bermuda

Bank of Bermuda is an international financial institution that provides banking,
trust, asset management, fund administration, global custody services, as well
as credit card transaction processing for e-commerce to its corporate, private,
and retail clients.

Bank of Bermuda is a pioneer in offshore electronic commerce, having been in the
e-commerce business since 1995. In addition, Bank of Bermuda has over 25 years
experience in the bank card industry, a global network and an excellent IT
infrastructure. It has been working closely with the Bank Card Associations in
developing guidelines to facilitate onshore e-commerce transactions via the
Internet. Bank of Bermuda was one of the first offshore institutions to launch,
in November 1999, a multi-currency settlement capability. Merchants and banks
that use Bank of Bermuda for their on-line credit card processing have the
option to settle their transactions -- with a supplier or client -- in a choice
of eight different currencies.

Founded in 1889, its global headquarters are in Bermuda, and it has offices or
subsidiaries in the Cayman Islands, Cook Islands, Dublin, Guernsey, Hong Kong,
Isle of Man, Jersey, London, Luxembourg, New York, New Zealand, and Singapore.
It has a representative office in Bahrain.

The Bank is listed on the Bermuda Stock Exchange. Bank of Bermuda has net assets
of $10.4 billion (unaudited as of 30 June 2000) and in excess of $80 billion in
assets under administration.

Further information on Bank of Bermuda is located on the Internet at
www.bankofbermuda.com.

Further information on Bank of Bermuda (Cayman) Ltd`s e-commerce services can be
found on the Internet at www.bankofbermuda.com. Merchants interested in credit
card payment processing through Bank of Bermuda (Cayman) Ltd. may also contact
Mark Whiteside via e-mail at whitesmp@bankofbermuda.com or via telephone on
+345/949-5153.


About First Ecom

As a global provider of electronic payment processing, First Ecom provides
secure, easy-to-implement and low-cost online payment processing services to
banks and their merchants worldwide. Through strategic partnerships with banks,
ISPs, e-commerce product suppliers, system integrators and storefront solution
providers, First Ecom will process credit card transactions made over the
Internet in multiple currencies, either domestically or offshore in a
tax-neutral jurisdiction.

For more information, visit www.firstecom.com or contact First Ecom at
+852/2801-5181 or by e-mail at info@firstecom.com.


About First Ecommerce Data Services Limited (FEDS)

A joint venture between First Ecom.com Inc. and the Bank of Bermuda, FEDS is an
independent third party processor. FEDS will work with any financial institution
anywhere in the world to provide the institution and its merchants with a
multi-currency, advanced electronic payment processing solution. The FEDS
Processing Solution features online and batch transactions processing for credit
and debit cards as well as authorization, electronic data transmission for
settlement and full transaction reporting.

For more information, visit www.fedsinternational.com or contact FEDS at +(441)
296-FEDS (3337).

Certain statements contained herein are "forward-looking" statements (as such
term is defined in the Private Securities Reform Act of 1995). Because such
statements include risks and uncertainties, actual results may differ materially
from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. For a
discussion of some of these risks and uncertainties, please refer to the
company`s SEC filings, which contain additional discussion about those factors
which could cause actual results to differ from management`s expectations.


CONTACT: First Ecom (Media Contacts)
Phillip Baldwin, 852/2801-5181
phillip.baldwin@firstecom.com
or
Investor Relations
888/305-8233
or
First Ecommerce Data Services
Leslie Pooley-Maughan, 441/296-3337
pooleylj@fedsinternational.com



MFG Gambo


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