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PC Buyers & Dealers buy below cost with "Set Your Own Price" at PriceHol

From: PC Techwire
Subject: PC Buyers & Dealers buy below cost with "Set Your Own Price" at PriceHold.com
Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2003 15:37:18 -0400


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Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 7:00 AM
 IT Buyers Group

 Subject: PC Buyers & Dealers buy below cost with "Set Your Own Price" at PriceHold.com 


IT Professionals can now save up to 25% below distribution costs by tapping a network of 100,000 niche computer dealers on  www.PriceHold.com.  The process is simple, either list a Sales Order with a discount that you desire or post a RFQ (Request For Quote) on the website.  Our network consists of 100,000+ tech firms that can help you find the hard-to-find parts, reduce your purchase costs, or provide you new channels for computer-related products.  Whether you are looking to purchase a hundred computers or a single cable, let our vendors get you the lowest cost, fastest delivery, and greatest convenience.


NOTE: PriceHold has several Open Purchase Orders that need to be filled.  Please notify respective buyers if you have the computer products listed on the website. Once a Vendor decides to accept a respective Purchase Order, it becomes a legally binding contract between buyer and seller. 


Open Purchase Orders currently still pending:

·     Thirty (30) IBM LCD Flat Panel Monitors… $60,000 (PO# MM516990001)

·     Apple 23" Cinema HD Display… $1,500 (Company Check)

·     HP Design Jet 5000PS… $5,000 (Company Check)


Thank you for your interest in PriceHold.  Please let me know if you have any questions via email.


Thank you,


Greg Shultis

Business Development


Special Note:  We are currently looking to establish strategic partnerships with fast-growing tech firms.  If you are interested, please contact me at address@hidden.  Thank you.



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