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Can't see Fels stepping in the way of this at all. As for Eisa my knowledge of them (based entirely on a few friends who have fleetingly used their services, none of whom continue to) is that it their service leaves an awful lot to be desired. They're paying about $700 a customer - at that rate you need them to hang around for at least 2 years before you even cover that in revenue. (OK I'm still not used to 'internet valuations') I reckon there'll be a hell of a churn rate.

Having said that they will certainly go for a ride when they relist. The real question is when they'll come back to earth. (Just went to check what the bids are - $5.01 with $1.06 offer, so I guess that answers the original question...)


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