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Pump and Dump: TFTG

Today's stock price manipulation scam is TFTG. Received from (in Hong Kong?) on Tue, 05 Apr 2005 18:53:55 +0000, spam as follows (minus a significant amount of blah-blah at the end regarding forward-looking statements and disclosure of holdings, etc.).

Emerging Growth Companies


Management Anticipates Sharp Rise in Price!!!

Symbol TFTG
Current price is 32 cents

Investing Public

If you had purchased CyberAds, Inc. in February, you would have realized a 600% GAIN on your investment!! Trimfast Group, Inc. is our latest pick which is in a High Growth Billion Dollar Stored Value Card industry. Trimfast is priced at 32 cents and has just signed a Letter of Intent to acquire a stored value card distribution firm which generated $16 Million in Revenues for 2004. This revenue generation could immediately result in a rapid rise. How many 32 cent investments do you see which make $16 Million in Revenues??

Trimfast Group, Inc.

Trimfast Group, Inc. is an emerging growth company actively looking for additional mergers or acquisitions. These mergers or acquisitions will be targeted towards companies with a significant ability for growth or which could add instant shareholder value to Trimfast Group, Inc.


Trimfast Group, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire Firm with $16 Million in Revenues: TFTG announces it has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire a stored value distribution firm. This firm generated $16 Million in revenues for year end 2004. With the completion of this acquisition, Trimfast would immediately have access to important markets for its products. Currently the stored value distribution industry generates BILLIONS of dollars in revenue per year and is growing rapidly. In addition to this potential acquisition, Trimfast is in discussions with several other companies that fit its acquisition profile.

TFTG Retains Former President of PT-1 Communications. Pioneer in the Prepaid Phone Card Business in United States: is pleased to announce that it has retained former President of PT-1 Communications as a consultant to review its product and marketing strategy for the stored value prepaid Master Card and ATM markets. Mr. Vita Former President of PT-1 Communications is an expert in the field of debit distribution. Mr. Vita was responsible for the most successful introduction of phone cards as PT-1 went from start up in 1995 to the largest prepaid phone card company in the United States. Prior to its sale in 1999, PT-1&apss phone cards were available in over 50,000 retail locations throughout the US.


* TFTG Signs LOI to Acquire Stored Value Card Distribution Firm with $16 Million in Revenues.
* Management Reviewing Several Additional Acquisition Targets.
* Stored Value Card Industry Generates Billions in Revenue per year.
* Senior Advisor Peter M. Vita turned a once start-up company into the largest phone card company in the United States. Mr. Vita now seeks similar results for TFTG.


The upside associated with TFTG can be three-fold. First, the long-term potential for the stored value card industry is staggering. Secondly, at TFTG's current price, the company may be able to attract value-oriented investors who are focusing on low proven emerging growth companies. Third, TFTG has signed an LOI to acquire a stored value distribution firm with $16 Million in Revenues. This acquisition could provide immediate value to investors with a sharp rise in price!!Information within this email contains" forward looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21B of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.Any statements that express or involve with respect to predictions, goals, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance are not statements of historical fact and maybe "forward looking statements.

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