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Re: Flooz Blues: Web Currency Site To File for Bankruptcy
Posted by: Lori Enos 2001-08-27 14:08:08
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Ending weeks of speculation, online currency site Flooz.com closed for good over the
weekend and announced it would file for bankruptcy. In a message posted on its site, Flooz
blamed the shutdown on "dramatic changes in capital markets and the general
slowdown in the economy."


Although Flooz had expressed hope that it would find a partner willing to breath new life into
the troubled online company, industry experts expressed doubt.


Re: Flooz Blues: Web Currency Site To File for Bankruptcy
Posted by: Susan Dalton 2001-10-15 12:57:58 In reply to: Lori Enos
I was given a Flooz gift certificate for my birthday but did not have a chance to use it before they closed their doors. Does anyone know how to file a claim to get reimbursed for the value of the gift certificate? Or who to contact regarding this? Thanks. Susan

Re: Flooz Blues: Web Currency Site To File for Bankruptcy
Posted by: Sara 2001-08-27 14:18:53 In reply to: Lori Enos
How do individuals with credit at Flooz file a claim for those amounts?
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