Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : MKTEGA.ZIP
Filename : INVOICE.DOC

 
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INVOICE

F2S Enterprises
P.O. Box 1060
La Porte, TX 77571-1060


Quantity Description Amount
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Registration of MarketEGA(tm) version 3.1 (registration
includes:payment for use of MarketEGA (version 3.1). In
addition, you will receive the ENHANCED version of
MarketEGA featuring additional "indicators screen",
special line drawing features, phone help, and possible
commision (for refered registrations)

____ Qty ....................................each @ $45.00 = $_______

The famous F2S Enterprises "Catalog-On-Disk" (includes
descriptions of over 200 disks of the finest SHAREWARE &
Public Domain software programs by a variety of authors)
each @ $2.50 = $_______

Subtotal = $_______

(Texas residents add 8% state sales tax) = $_______

Total = $_______


Please pay only by check or money order. DO NOT SEND CASH!
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Name:_______________________________________________________

Company:____________________________________________________

Address:____________________________________________________

____________________________________________________

City: __________________________State:_______ Zip:________

Telephone: (_______)-______-________



Referal Information: Who referred you to try MarketEGA ?
(This person will receive a commission at no cost to you.)

Name:________________________ Reg.no.(if known) __________




THANK YOU FOR USING MarketEGA (tm)
AND FOR SUPPORTING THE SHAREWARE CONCEPT...


  3 Responses to “Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : MKTEGA.ZIP
Filename : INVOICE.DOC

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