SEC Roundup

September 1999
Private Placement Letter;09/20/99, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p5
Presents updates on private placements as of September 20, 1999. Details on the convertible subordinated notes in a private replacement being offered by Capital Quick.com Inc.; Information on the secured promisory notes and common stock from Flower.com Inc.


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