Stamps.com Unable to Attend ThinkEquity Conference
LOS ANGELES – September 23, 2004 – Stamps.com® (Nasdaq: STMP) announced today that owing to a change of plans it has cancelled its appearance today at the ThinkEquity San Francisco conference. CEO Ken McBride was unable to attend the conference as he was scheduled to be in other meetings for the duration of the week.
Stamps.com also announced today that it is in active discussions with the US Postal Service regarding next steps on the market test of PhotoStamps. The current market test is expected to end on September 30. Possible outcomes following the current market test include a suspension of the PhotoStamps service while the data from the market test is evaluated, a continuation of the PhotoStamps service while the data from the market test is evaluated, an entirely new market test commencing immediately following the current market test, or a new market test commencing at some future date. Stamps.com expects to announce the next steps for the PhotoStamps service as soon as it is available.
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