SOURCE: SPOOFEM.COM USA, Inc.

December 07, 2010 09:15 ET

SPOOFEM.com to Launch 1st Retail Spy Shop Stores

SPOOFEM.com to Open Retail Stores in Atlanta, GA and Los Angeles, CA

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - December 7, 2010) -  SPOOFEM.com (PINKSHEETS: SPFM), one of the world's largest caller id spoofing services, today announced the launch of the company's first retail spy store that will be opening during the first quarter of 2011.

SPOOFEM.com will have two locations for the retail store, one in Atlanta, GA and one in Los Angeles, CA. The store will sell over 100 different spy products including apparel from www.HackerGearOnline.com which has become the world's largest clothing line for IT managers and computer nerds. Although SPOOFEM.com has retail stores opening, the store will continue to offer products at their online store. SPOOFEM.com expects the store to bring in anywhere between $200,000 to $500,000 in profit within the first year.

"I did it before by building 13 retail spy shops, and this time I will build the nation's if not the world's largest retail chain of spy stores," say Gregory Evans, Founder and CEO of SPOOFEM.com.

Currently SPOOFEM.com has an online spy shop located at www.SPOOFEM.com/spyshop.

About SPOOFEM.com

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.com 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 follow SPOOFEM.com on Twitter visit www.twitter.com/Spoofem. For additional information on products and services offered by the company visit www.SPOOFEM.com.

***This press release was done in-house by a SPOOFEM.com staff member. SPOOFEM.com never has and never will use stock promoters, or outside Investor Relations firms.***

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Contact Information

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