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July 28, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
JFax.com Inc. said Tuesday that an e-mail informing subscribers of an opportunity to participate in the Internet messaging company's initial public offering might have violated federal securities laws. The Los Angeles-based company sent the e-mail offer this month to about 150,000 subscribers and then sent a second e-mail telling 3,000 subscribers that they had been randomly selected to buy shares.
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July 28, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
JFax.com Inc. said Tuesday that an e-mail informing subscribers of an opportunity to participate in the Internet messaging company's initial public offering might have violated federal securities laws. The Los Angeles-based company sent the e-mail offer this month to about 150,000 subscribers and then sent a second e-mail telling 3,000 subscribers that they had been randomly selected to buy shares.
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July 19, 1999 | KAREN KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Internet has opened up new avenues for communication, and JFax.com is trying to parlay them into new avenues for profit. The Los Angeles company provides messaging and communications services via the Internet to more than 30,000 subscribers. JFax.com's revenue-producing services allow customers to send faxes and voicemail messages to individuals or groups via e-mail.
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July 19, 1999 | KAREN KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Internet has opened up new avenues for communication, and JFax.com is trying to parlay them into new avenues for profit. The Los Angeles company provides messaging and communications services via the Internet to more than 30,000 subscribers. JFax.com's revenue-producing services allow customers to send faxes and voicemail messages to individuals or groups via e-mail.
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