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hurtstupid 15 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 22, 2014 11:24 AM Member since: Nov 4, 2009
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    I wonder.....

    by hurtstupid Aug 21, 2014 10:24 PM
    hurtstupid hurtstupid Aug 22, 2014 11:24 AM Flag

    I also wonder how much extra money management received based on their non-connected connections.

  • hurtstupid by hurtstupid Aug 21, 2014 10:24 PM Flag

    How much money has usat spent in compensation for people who post on this board. We already know Tex came here and lied on a daily basis, while "at work", who else is being paid to spend time spewing the malvern drivel?

  • hurtstupid by hurtstupid Aug 19, 2014 8:41 AM Flag

    On August 8th our newest pumpette disclosed that he was "just about break even", which we all know that for gamblers and traders that means they are in the red. The pps on that day was $1.90. So he was underwater then, and now what is the pps....... $ seems that water is getting deeper and deeper. He too will soon be gone like all of the others who have come to this board declaring that they have found a gem of a company and that the 20+ year run of burning through shareholder's cash is now over because they have bought in.

    A fool and his money.....a fool and his money.

  • Reply to

    The Next BIG Question...

    by michael_moore_is_fat Aug 18, 2014 3:16 PM
    hurtstupid hurtstupid Aug 18, 2014 3:19 PM Flag

    Those who knew about the lawsuit and that the books were cooked because of their actions......that's who sold.

    But who is selling today?

  • hurtstupid by hurtstupid Aug 12, 2014 1:00 PM Flag

    Does anyone know what happened to the newest pumpette?

    He was ranting and raving about how great usat is right up until yesterday morning..... LMAO at another one come and probably gone.

  • Updated: 6:57 p.m. Monday, Aug. 11, 2014 | Posted: 6:00 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014

    A court battle is under way between Coca-Cola and a company that makes it possible for you to use a debit or credit to buy a soft drink out of a vending machine.

    Coca-Cola Refreshments wants USA Technologies Inc. to return nearly $1 million in fees collected from Coke vending machines after the two parted ways two years ago, according to a lawsuit filed recently in federal court in Atlanta.

    CCR, the U.S. bottling and fountain operations of Atlanta-based Coca-Cola, said Malvern, Pa.-based USA Technologies failed to disconnect its card-reading devices on Coke vending machines and continued to collect monthly fees as if it were still servicing the devices and processing transactions.

    Coca-Cola’s website says the beverage giant has “hundreds of thousands” of vending machines, including tens of thousands that are in the process of being outfitted with credit/debit card readers.

    The extent of CCR’s agreement with USA Technologies was not available, including the number of vending machines under USA Technologies’ control.

    While the lawsuit does not provide a dollar figure for the original agreement, it says USA Technologies received 5 percent of a vending machine’s monthly proceeds as a service fee and then “a percentage” for processing transactions after soft drinks were purchased. The remainder of the “cash-free revenue” was turned over to CCR, the suit says.

    The breach-of-contract lawsuit doesn’t say why CCR began terminating USA Technologies’ services in late 2012.

    CCR said it has repeatedly demanded its money, and it wants a jury to decide the case.
    USA Technologies has not responded to a request for comment.

  • Reply to

    Trying to paint me as someone I am not ...

    by watchisle Aug 10, 2014 5:23 PM
    hurtstupid hurtstupid Aug 11, 2014 10:55 AM Flag

    You are who we thought you were......YOU ARE WHO WE THOUGHT YOU WERE!!!

  • Reply to

    Last 5 years of year end revenue

    by watchisle Aug 7, 2014 10:17 PM
    hurtstupid hurtstupid Aug 8, 2014 6:55 AM Flag

    Don't worry're trained by tex so I'm sure your posts will go away when this pig fails to back up your BS.

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    $220,096 x 36 months is $7,923,456.

    by watchisle Aug 6, 2014 3:53 PM
    hurtstupid hurtstupid Aug 6, 2014 4:01 PM Flag

    After 3 years and $7.923 million usat owns nothing and varilease owns all the eports. Oh baby, what a sweet deal that was.....for varilease. They get all their money back and still own the eports.

  • hurtstupid by hurtstupid Aug 6, 2014 3:25 PM Flag

    Very ugly, 2,000,000 shares and down 10% from earlier today.

  • hurtstupid by hurtstupid Aug 6, 2014 3:09 PM Flag

    Foxy, is that you dumping all your shares?

  • Reply to

    Another one coming

    by hurtstupid Jul 22, 2014 1:30 PM
    hurtstupid hurtstupid Jul 22, 2014 1:30 PM Flag

    Followed quickly by a drop in pps!

  • hurtstupid by hurtstupid Jul 22, 2014 1:30 PM Flag

    There will be another nonsense PR by the end of the week. Anytime there is a rise in volume with a corresponding rise in pps, the braintrust issues a BS PR.

    Wait for it............

  • hurtstupid by hurtstupid Jul 2, 2014 8:59 PM Flag

    usat sold the eports used in jump start to varilease so they can generate some much needed cash. However, usat will then be leasing the eports back for a guaranteed 3 years, during which time usat will be responsible for any and all costs associated with the equipment.

    Nearly all of the purchase money will be paid back to varilease in the first 3 years, after that they can lease for another year or purchase the equipment back, either way they will be losing money on the deal....same ole, same ole.

  • "I have some very good news about a host of new immediately available products and services from USA Technologies which can dramatically impact your bottom line. Here are the incentives and the immediate impact they can provide. Please note that you can combine incentives and that they apply to orders placed by June 25th with shipment by June 30th:

    I.) Four New ePort Incentives:

    Incentive #1 - No Monthly Fees On Jump Start RentalUnits For Up To Twelve Months
    Summary: Place an order for a total of 20 or more units and on half of your order you receive the standard 60 day installation grace period. On the other half of the order you don’t pay monthly fees for up to 12 months, regardless of when the units are installed (please see table and example below). In addition, you can also choose to deduct the activation fees from your EFT over one, four or six months!
    Benefit to you: You can save hundreds or thousands of dollars in monthly fees while increasing your net operating profit from expanding cashless to second and third tier accounts.

    Jump Start Rental No Monthly Fees
    Order this many total units: On half of the units, you receive: On the other half of the units you receive the following bonus:
    20 to 49 • Standard 60 day installation grace period • No monthly fees for FOUR months
    50 to 99 • Standard 60 day installation grace period • No monthly fees for SIX months
    100 to 199 • Standard 60 day installation grace period • No monthly fees for NINE months
    200 to 499 • Standard 60 day installation grace period • No monthly fees for TWELVE months
    500 + • Standard 60 day installation grace period • No monthly fees for TWELVE months
    • Plus $10 off activation fee

    Example: If you order a total of 100 Jump Start Rental units: on the first 50 units you receive the standard 60 day installation grace period. On the second group of 50 units you pay no monthly fees for nine months regardless of when the readers are installed!

    Incentive #2 – Free Two-Tier Pricing On Direct Purch

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