Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Payzone LSE:PAYZ London Ordinary Share IE00B282W057 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% 0.40p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 855.7 -164.8 -53.0 - 1.78

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19/11/2009
17:16
oilandgas2: Payzone talks with finance providers continue * Comments Comment 0 * Rating Unrated (0) * EMAIL EMAIL * PRINT PRINT * RSS RSS * SHARE SHARE * TEXT SIZE: A A A 19 November 2009 @ 04:29 pm BST Next Markets Article Payzone has confirmed that it remains in constructive discussions with its finance providers. A statement issued after the firm noted the recent movement in its share price said the talks were part of its review of the options to establish a more appropriate long term capital structure as announced on 18 June 2009. The statement said the board remained confident that these discussions will lead to an appropriate long term capital structure. "In the meantime, the company's debt providers remain supportive of the business and the company is not in default of its banking facility agreements.
19/11/2009
17:04
oilandgas2: it means we are at that level just now the important part is they are not breaching thier banking covenants as i say they have a 2.69m mkt cap/expect paypoint 2 snap these up at circa 2p or 5m.no suspension they are in the shop window engineered for an MBO cheap @2p or paypoint.this is the important part The Board of Payzone notes the recent movement in Payzone's share price. Accordingly, the Company can confirm that it remains in constructive discussions with its finance providers as part of its review of the options to establish a more appropriate long term capital structure as announced on 18 June 2009. The Board remains confident that these discussions will lead to an appropriate long term capital structure. In the meantime, the Company's debt providers remain supportive of the business and the Company is not in default of its banking facility agreements.
19/11/2009
16:37
oilandgas2: double edge sword leapinn make of it what you willThe Board of Payzone notes the recent movement in Payzone's share price. Accordingly, the Company can confirm that it remains in constructive discussions with its finance providers as part of its review of the options to establish a more appropriate long term capital structure as announced on 18 June 2009. The Board remains confident that these discussions will lead to an appropriate long term capital structure. In the meantime, the Company's debt providers remain supportive of the business and the Company is not in default of its banking facility agreements.
18/6/2009
08:42
fatcol: Note to Chairman regatrding following comment in 1/2 yearly results - 'We are grateful to our shareholders for supporting the Company during a difficult period'. Shareholders have not supported the company, they have merely made the logical decision not to dump shares at 1.5p that were bought for considerably more prior to this business been ruined - you may recall a share price of 150p at one point when Cardpoint was at its peak. Also, if you are as grateful as you claim to be, why don't we receive any communications from the Board regarding the ongoing development of the business? Lots of words Mr Smyth, but no sincerity, truth or substance to support them. IMHO of course...
11/6/2009
21:44
danny678: As long as the share price gets back to £ 1 I don't care.
01/4/2009
12:15
cazzad: Yes TheReaperU. But when a company which was floating on the stockmarket quite well in it's own right, is taken over by another who isn't and then the share price just plummits the way they have, Doesn't say much for that company does it!!!!
27/3/2009
23:01
danny678: Chairman reduces share price from 100p to 1p - then increases his wages from 20 000 to 120 000 - nice one. check SCT for another one he's busy doing the same to. All IMHO
26/3/2009
21:41
badlad21: Interesting - action here! Obviously Burgerking and the ReaperU are known to each other or have clashed in the past..... As a serious shareholder, I find the input from this forum to be a good insight to what is happening at this company. Can I make a suggestion - TheReaperU should maybe consider changing their ADVFN nickname to the Grim Reaper if they are in any way responsible for a company with a share price of £1 eighteen months ago and for the last six months it seems to have found a new ceiling at 1p. All shareholders want is some good news rather than contract losses, customers suing the business and unhappy staff (current or ex ones)
18/12/2008
12:03
fatcol: Badlad 21 - I too am a non-corporate shareholder from the pre-merger days when the share price was in excess of £1. Back in those days, I could never have imagined a day when the share price would not just fall sharply, but drop to almost zero, without the Management issuing statements. The financial losses are an issue for sure, but as you say, if we at least had some info from the current Management team, explaining their plans to recover the situation, we could take 'a view' on the situation in the short/medium/long term. Potter 0505 - your defense of the current Management team is admirable, if a little surprising. If in fact you are on the inside, then perhaps you could politely 'suggest' that they communicate with the very people who have got their cash in this business. Irrespective of the previous Management teams performances and what each person on this forum thinks about them, the current team are the ones steering this ship, and as a shareholder, I think I have a right to expect more information from them. As Badlad says, if you are one of the ones trying to sort this mess out, then best of luck to you.
11/8/2008
11:19
lbo: The warnings are being sounded in the press. This has no value for shareholders. Payzone puzzler http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/payzone-puzzler-1451275.html FINALLY, some good news for shareholders at the beleaguered electronic payments services company, Payzone. The company has confirmed it received an approach to purchase its Spanish, Italian and French operations. Payzone, formed last year from the merger of John Nagle's Alphyra and UK cash machine outfit Cardpoint, was immediately pitched into a bloody boardroom battle as most of the company's other directors and shareholders sought to oust Nagle. The impact of the struggle on the share price was devastating, with company's shares, which started trading last December on London's AIM market at stg75p, down to just 9p by close of business Friday. If it hadn't been for a €40m share issue in May it's hard to see how Payzone could have survived. The market's reaction to the news says it all. After initially jumping stg1.5p to 13.5p, shares fell back to just stg9p. With debts of €276m and a market capitalisation of €50m there will be little left for shareholders after bankers get their pound(s) of flesh.
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