Auction Mills Inc. Releases Stock Analyst Report.
DALLAS Dallas, city (1990 pop. 1,006,877), seat of Dallas co., N Tex., on the Trinity River near the junction of its three forks; inc. 1871. The second largest Texas city, after Houston, and the eighth largest U.S. -- Auction Mills Inc. (PinkSheets:AUML) today released a report on their Company prepared by analyst Howard Howard, English noble family. Landowners in Norfolk from the 13th cent., the Howards obtained the duchy of Norfolk through the marriage of Sir Robert Howard to Margaret Mowbray, daughter of Thomas Mowbray, 1st duke of Norfolk. N. Stillman on July 5, 2004. The complete, unedited text of that report is as follows.
A NEW PHENOMENON IN RETAILING IS SPREADING ACROSS THE COUNTRY LIKE WILDFIRES. These are the eBay auction drop off stores that provide individuals to sell all kinds of merchandise over the Internet Internet
Publicly accessible computer network connecting many smaller networks from around the world. It grew out of a U.S. Defense Department program called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), established in 1969 with connections between computers at the conveniently. Auction Mills will be among the first public companies to provide this service, initially in Dallas, Texas “Dallas” redirects here. For other uses, see Dallas (disambiguation).
The City of Dallas (pronounced [ˈdæl.əs] or [ˈdæl. , and ultimately worldwide.
The concept is rather simple. The individual brings the items for sale to the drop off store. Following the registration of the product, it is then photographed and offered for sale on the eBay auction site on the Internet, usually for a one-week period. If a sale is made a check is issued to the seller. The buyer pays the auction price and shipping costs up front and the company sends the product.
Under the company business plan, the item for sale must be worth at least $50 from which Auction Mills receives 38% of the proceeds up to $200. Fees decline on a sliding scale slid·ing scale
A scale in which indicated prices, taxes, or wages vary in accordance with another factor, as wages with the cost-of-living index or medical charges with a patient's income. above that price level. If the item is not sold, a second week option listing is offered at no additional charge. Items not sold are either offered to charity or returned.
The company believes the communities served in its locations are afforded the convenience of a quick and easy method to sell merchandise as opposed to the complex way of doing it individually, which requires disclosure of personal financial information among other things. The computerized computerized
adapted for analysis, storage and retrieval on a computer.
computerized axial tomography
see computed tomography. server and database system to be installed in each store will be a highly sophisticated hardware and software package providing all the needs of the operation with the ultimate in protection and speed.
In addition to store operation, Auction Mills plans to offer franchises. A typical franchise start up should cost around $50,000, including a $15,000 franchise fee, and a monthly 5% royalty on franchisee revenues.
eBay management estimates drop off stores will generate $10 billion in business in the next year. The company management forecasts over $1.5 million in revenues and $457,000 for the first year of operation. Adding this to the potential earnings from franchises, the company is on the launching pad for exciting growth potential.
Howard N. Stillman
This report should be read at your own risk. Howard Stillman was retained by Dissemination dissemination Medtalk The spread of a pernicious process–eg, CA, acute infection Oncology Metastasis, see there Services, LLC (Logical Link Control) See "LANs" under data link protocol.
LLC - Logical Link Control to produce an independent analysis of the company and was paid a fee of $2,500 for his services.
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