Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cashbox Plc LSE:CBOX London Ordinary Share GB00B0ZL4V64 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.81p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 6.4 -2.5 -1.8 - 0.95

Cashbox Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/11/2010
11:04
So basically one of their competitors calls in a loan note, forces them probably into administration and then bids for their machines/placements on the cheap? is that allowed?
asl1978
20/8/2010
20:02
massive selling last few days, and share price goes up, wonder who is mopping all the sales up.
daytraders
16/6/2010
13:19
The debt levels at this company simply scare me. They seem to have embarked on an expansion at all costs strategy and are continuely having to renegotiate their banking arrangements at ever increasing rates of interest (not to mention fees). With admin expenses running at circa £5m a year their t/o will need to be nearer £14m just to break even and I don't see that without getting more machines in place (further adding to costs) Even when we see breakeven they are sitting on millions in debt so dividends and returns are years away even if they keep the wolves from the door....
asl1978
01/4/2010
14:51
There is an article on Cashbox in the April edition of Aimzine. You will need to register but it is easy to do and free - http://www.aimzine.co.uk
mjcrockett
12/3/2010
10:46
curry - New management. The secret weapon is the increase in free to use cash machines. Currently only 10% of their machine's are f-t-u but they generate 15% of total traffic. They claim they may make break-even next year and profit after that. Not a racer then but possibly not a write-off either. S
smarm
11/3/2010
13:49
cor blimey, i thought this was one for the knackers yard, had written them off...lol
currypasty
23/2/2010
14:27
Any one interested in listening to Ciaran Morton talk about Cashbox plc at a small investor seminar in London on Wednesday 10 March at 6.00pm? Free drinks after in the pub and a chance to collar him for some questions. My email is michelle.levin@t1ps.com for anyone that is interested let me know.
123michelle
16/2/2010
12:53
Any one interested in listening to Ciaran Morton talk about Cashbox plc at a small investor seminar in London on Wednesday 10 March at 6.00pm? Free drinks after in the pub and a chance to collar him for some questions. My email is michelle.levin@t1ps.com for anyone that is interested let me know.
123michelle
29/12/2009
18:19
Borrowing at 12% - obviously not desperate for cash ....
nigelmills
12/11/2009
08:49
I have just read the 19.10.09 trading update(see below)and wondered if anyone else had seen it, as having seen the chart and then seen that it is EBITDA positive I am surprised not to have seen any uplift or interest. Financial highlights for year: - Q1 Trading for 2009/2010 financial year delivers breakeven EBITDA - Core revenue for the period up 36% on 2007/8; 11% organic growth, the remaining 25% growth being delivered through acquisition. - Two acquisitions within the period, both integrations completed on schedule within the year - New revenue stream from Free to Use [FTU] ATMs builds from second quarter onwards - Salary costs down 7% on last year, predominantly due to Q4 actions; current month down by over 20% on same month prior year - Strategic partnership with BT Openzone will generate revenues in coming year from WiFi Core trading As at 30 June 2009, the installed base of transacting ATMs was 2,455 compared to 2,045 at 30 June 2008. This number reflects that in excess of 400 ATMs were uplifted during H2, some of which came from within ATM estates acquired during the year. This was a planned exercise to ensure that sufficient ATMs would be held in anticipation of fulfilling large contracts (already in discussion at that point), and in the knowledge that the last available drawdown of the HBoS capital funding to purchase new ATMs would be utilised in 2009. This churning of sites has also had the effect of increasing average transactions per site, and reduced the reactive workload of the in-house Support Services team and Field Engineers; enabling them to focus upon ensuring the provision of outstanding service to the Company's most lucrative partners. The challenging economic conditions have increased the demand from customers to roll out FTU ATMs, as part of their own value offering to their customers. Having a stock of ATMs with which to conduct trials enabled the Company to fully test this new sector. Every FTU trial to date has successfully evolved into a full rollout of the FTU offering. Over 7% of the Company's installed ATM base is now operating on a free to use basis. A FTU ATM is free to use for the ATM customer. However, Cashbox collects a small charge per transaction, a Bank Interchange fee, from the ATM user's bank, and not the actual ATM user.Thus so long as transaction volumes are sufficiently high FTU machines are equally profitable to Cashbox as surcharging ATMs. FTU ATMs tend to enjoy higher transaction volumes, as there is no disincentive in the form of the surcharge to use the ATM. This also benefits the merchants who have FTU machines on their premises, as they cycle through far greater volumes of withdrawn cash, money that would normally attract a "cash-handling fee" when deposited at a bank. Many of the contracts announced by Cashbox in the first quarter of this current year will stipulate the partial deployment of FTU ATMs and the management expects this trend to continue. The partnership with BT Openzone, their only ATM initiative, enables Cashbox to offer its partners the chance to provide Broadband access at their sites, increasing the pull of the site as a destination, as well as potentially increasing customer time spent onsite. A number of cashbox clients are currently in discussions to trial this offering, which is part of a strategic drive to leverage the geographic presence of the ATMs. The Company will continue with its strategy of containing costs whilst seeking to churn existing sites to maximise ATM return. Due to the rapid fulfillment of the high site volume contracts won at the end of last financial year, the company has delivered breakeven EBITDA in the first quarter of the 2009/2010 financial year. With the number of other ATM and WiFi contracts under discussion, including trials currently running within two national high street brands, the Directors are confident that the significant improvements in financial performance will continue during the current year.
b3rt1e
22/9/2009
16:37
That should help bring some more people to look at cashbox.
xlairways
22/9/2009
14:22
Speculative Buy rating from Growth Company Investor http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/recommendations/1071042/cashbox.thtml
investinggarden
10/9/2009
14:14
Seems that my maths is ok...perhaps I should question my grasp on reality ?
smartypants
28/8/2009
15:08
Hows my Maths..? Let's assume that each machine generates £10 revenue a day.. 3400 machines x £10 = £34,000 300 days a year x £34,000 = @£10mil revenue a year ?? Surely you can squeez some profit out of that....no..?
smartypants
27/8/2009
23:35
Just doing a little reading up for potential SIPP buys, and enjoyed reading all the goings on recorded in the earlier posts on here So a little suprised to see that one of the brothers is still with the company..Matthew Thomas - Chief Technical Officer..? I am also some what puzzeled as to how you can continualy make a loss by providing a machine that charges people to withdraw there own money ???? Does adding @800 machines in the last 6 months make that loss bigger or smaller ?
smartypants
04/8/2009
11:59
Cashbox wins pubs deal http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/news/1063987/cashbox-wins-pubs-deal.thtml
investinggarden
04/8/2009
08:53
MM's upped the price but no buyers have taken. the chart is a disaster - what is going on here?
ukinvestor220
04/8/2009
07:37
Excellent contract news this morning. This looks to be on its way back 7p short term target...
shammytime
14/4/2009
14:31
big fall in shareprice over last couple of months, and now FD goes, seen it all before, looks like trouble to me.
currypasty
14/4/2009
14:22
Cashbox PLC announce today that David Auger the Chief Financial Officer has left the company to pursue other opportunities. The Board of Cashbox would like to go on the record thanking David for his work over the past two years.
currypasty
05/4/2009
08:37
Like flogging a dead horse, pay by mobile is developing fast and you will be charged about 20p for the privilege.
blackbear
18/3/2009
08:37
Highlights +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | -| Installed machines reach 2,838, an increase of 793 in the period | +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | -| Transaction revenues increased by 19% over H2 and 24% over H1 07/08 | +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | -| Gross profits increased and gross margin improvements maintained | +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | -| Losses measured by EBITDA improved again | +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | -| Two acquisitions completed | +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | -| New funding of GBP1.5m new equity and GBP1.5m convertible loan notes | | | raised in period | +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | -| GBP1.8m Hanco debt replaced by a convertible loan note | +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | -| GBP417K MBC debt replaced by a convertible loan note | +--+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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