International Monetary Systems
Triples New Member Sign-ups
International Monetary Systems (OTCBB:INLM) has provided its
sales volume and revenue figures for May, showing substantial
increases in gross revenue, trade volume and client enrollments.
The May 2007 results are:
� Trade Volume for the month totaled more than $9.3 million.
(This amount represents just one side of transactions.) The total
represents an increase of 90% over the $4.9 million in trade volume
processed the previous May
� Gross Revenue billed was $1.1 million, compared to $625,000 for
May of 2006, a 76% increase.
� New-Client enrollments established another all-time high, with
290 new members joining the barter network last month. This was more
than triple the 82 members signed up last year in May.
International Monetary Systems conducted its annual shareholder
meeting on June 12, 2007, with all items overwhelmingly approved.
John Strabley, Gerald Van Dyn Hoven, and Stephen Webster were
re-elected to three-year terms as directors; Webb and Company was
ratified as auditors for the company�s 2007 financial reports.