Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: Webmaster (---.105.popsite.net)
Date: September 30, 2002 07:03AM

I am pleased to provide the following news which came out this morning over the wires:


[www.eworldwire.com]


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Yorktown Ventures, Inc. completes the sale of its share of GambleGoddess.com

New York, NY/EWORLDWIRE/September 30, 2002 --- Yorktown Ventures, Inc. announces that it has sold its share of the GambleGoddess.com network of websites over to eCash Services, Inc.

GambleGoddess.com is a niche portal with information for women that gamble online.

Yorktown Ventures, with offices in New York and Florida, owns and operates niche web sites.

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: Zero Sum Game (---.65-104.adsl.ij.net)
Date: September 30, 2002 01:41PM


I was at the G2E two weeks ago and walked past the Gamblegoddess booth -AND THERE WAS NOTHING THERE !!!- When I mean NOTHING, I truly mean.... absolutely NOTHING. The (former?) owner Mark was standing in the empty corral talking to a few people, but with no glossy displays, no AV, no signs, NOTHING. At the time I thought that the company had folded and went under.... another dot.com gone bust in the i-gaming industry. Good luck to the new owner in getting the Gamblegoddess.com off its back and onto its feet.

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: Truthseeker (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: September 30, 2002 02:11PM

Webmaster, I didn't know you had the power to have messages deleted from the WinnerOnline.com forums. Hopefully, the thread referred to below won't have the posts deleted before people can read them like the ones posted earlier this morning that mysteriously vanished.

[www.winneronline.com]

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: Webmaster (151.202.169.---)
Date: September 30, 2002 02:16PM

There is no dispute over the sale.

I owned half. I sold my half. Period - END OF STORY.

Check out this photo to find out WHY.....It was at the Global Gaming Expo, the LARGEST gaming show in the world....I brought everything you saw and personally paid USD $3000 for the booth space.

[www.startcasino.com]

A picture says a thousand words. This was DURING the event. It was embarrassing to say the least.

My former business partner had the sign for the booth.

They knew about the event for more than 6 months.

Wouldn't you sell it? I would.

Now, they are no longer my business partner. Problem solved - case closed.

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: Truthseeker (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: September 30, 2002 02:19PM

My apologies, Webmaster. You didn't have the messages deleted after all. I was unaware that you had spammed the message boards at WinnerOnline.com and posted the same story in different forums. Nonetheless, the link below is also very interesting.

[www.winneronline.com]

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: Webmaster (151.202.169.---)
Date: September 30, 2002 03:24PM

No problem Truthseeker. Thanks for the vote of encouragement.

The former partner of GambleGoddess means well. She's just very upset.

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: matthew colley (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: October 1, 2002 12:13AM

Dear Sir/Madam
Where can i buy shares?.
Please e mail me back.
Kind regards
Matthew Colley

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: rock (---.nyi-ny-1-119.rasserver.net)
Date: October 1, 2002 01:30AM

Who is the webmaster of this site? Everything smells like a skunk around here. Selling a site from under his partner is even more of a scum move than other things I know of.

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: Webmaster (151.202.168.---)
Date: October 1, 2002 07:33AM

Rock. Do you read?

[www.startcasino.com]

It says " I sold my half" - How much clearer is that?

I have a written contract that says "Yorktown Ventures is selling its 50% share of the GambleGoddess Business."

My reasons were based on the non-performance of the site from a business sense as well as the failure of my former partner to show up at the Global Gaming Expo on time, causing great embarrassment for the site to the Vegas Execs.

As I said, my former partner means well....She's just very upset.

Re: Yorktown Ventures sells all of its share of GambleGoddess.com
Posted by: Webmaster (151.202.168.---)
Date: October 1, 2002 07:34AM

You should contact one of the two partners of the site. I am no longer one of them.

Why would you want to own a part of it?



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