January 19, 2010 09:15 ET

Become a Facebook Fan and Win Two Tickets to Super Bowl 2010

SPOOFEM.COM Launches New Facebook Page

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - January 19, 2010) - SPOOFEM.COM (PINKSHEETS: SPOF), a caller ID spoofing company, announced today that they will be giving away two tickets to Super Bowl 2010 to a random person who becomes a fan of SPOOFEM.COM on Facebook. In addition to receiving two tickets to the Super Bowl game, the winner of the contest will receive two VIP wrist bands to an exclusive private celebrity event. The Super Bowl game will be held on Sunday, February 7, 2010 at Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The deadline to become a fan to win the tickets is February 1, 2010.

SPOOFEM.COM's new Facebook page will allow website browsers to remain updated 24/7 about newly released products, services, events, headline news, celebrity gossip, videos, Twitter updates, and more.

This contest will increase hits on our Facebook page and SPOOFEM.COM's website," says Gregory Evans, Founder and Chairman of SPOOFEM.COM. "We hope to generate immense volume on so people are more aware of SPOOFEM.COM and the products and services we offer."

SPOOFEM.COM, now a publicly traded company, began as a caller id spoofing service, but has now expanded to include several new functionality elements, features and services. SPOOFEM offers more free and powerful tools than any other identification spoofing service such as SPOOFTEXT and SPOOFMAIL. These services allow you to send anonymous text messages and emails.

To access SPOOFEM.COM's Facebook page and become a fan visit For more information about the details of the contest and SPOOFEM.COM, please visit

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