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Investor Financial Times Report - OrderPro Logistics, Inc. (OTCBB: OPLO)
Specializing in Undervalued Small Cap Stocks for Immediate Breakout 
We have the #1 track record for our most recent recommendations in 2004:        
DLGI at  .27                Currently  .88	             High 1.69  UP  526% 
SWYC at  .18                Currently 1.38	             High 1.98  UP 1000%  
FPDI at  .21		    Currently 1.08	             High 1.25  UP  495% 
VDWB at  .18 	            Currently 1.40	             High 2.04  UP 1033%

Immediate Investor Recommendation
Our Hottest Sales and Earnings Play (and potential takeover target)
Projected to Triple in 7 Days:
OrderPro Logistics, Inc. (OTCBB: OPLO)

Price--- .17
Sales '03--- over 2.3 million +2,700% growth over previous year
Est. Sales '04--- over 10 million 
Average PE--- Industry 22-25
7 day target--- .58
30 day target--- .92
Rating--- Extremely Undervalued

OPLO  is  a  high-level  provider of  innovative  management  solutions  for the
transport  and shipping  industry for  a blue-chip  clientele, making  them  the
hottest undervalued stock at this price level where shares are ready to  explode
on huge investor attention.                                                     
Sales have rocketed beyond all estimates  for OPLO over the last 12  months with
no signs of slowing. The numbers  continue to stack-up as present sales  figures
combined with  current acquisition  candidates, acquired  and in  process, total
revenues of almost $40 million over the next 24 months. We are not the first  to
uncover this phenomenon as  the stock is under  accumulation, but we are  acting
aggressively on this recently filed data.                                       
Major clients include  Sears, Office Max,  Union Pacific Railroad,  NordicTrack,
Pacer Global  (the logistics  company for  Ford and  General Motors), along with
many other  large and  mid-level corporate  giants looking  to benefit  from the
Company's  expertise  in  transportation and  supply  chain  management, freight
brokerage services, packaging assessment, and private fleet management.         
OPLO can be considered a potential candidate to be acquired as their growth  and
suite of services matches up identically  to many companies acquired by UPS  and
FedEx over the past few years. We are expecting many significant upcoming  press
releases  regarding record-breaking  revenues and  the  completion  of extremely 
profitable acquisitions.                                                        
OPLO is gaining in  all the right categories  with perhaps the one  that matters
most  being  the  rapidly  increasing  attention  from  analysts,  brokers,  and
aggressive  investors  with  an eye  for  value  and growth.  OPLO  has  all the
ingredients for major profits which is why  we are seeing gains of 400% or  more
for early investors.  This stock recommendation  carries our highest  rating for
short-term trading profits.                                                     
Investor Financial Times  Report is an  independent newsletter with  the goal of
giving  investors  the  necessary  knowledge  to  make  rational  and profitable
investment  decisions. This  publication  does  not provide  an analysis  of the 
company's financial  position and  is not  an offer  to buy  or sell securities.
Investing in securities is speculative and carries risk. It is recommended  that
any investment should be made after consulting with your investment advisor  and
after  reviewing the  financial statements  of the  company. Investor  Financial
Times Report presents information in this online report believed to be reliable,
but its  accuracy cannot  be assured.  Past performance  does not insure similar
future results. Investor Financial  Times Report received four  thousand dollars
from an unaffiliated third party with respect to the preparation of this special
online report as an effort  to build investor awareness for  OrderPro Logistics.
The  information   reported  herein   contains  future-looking   statements  and
information within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933  and
Section  21E  of  the  Securities Exchange  Act  of  1934,  including statements
regarding  expected  continual  growth of  the featured  company. Future-looking 
statements are based on expectations, estimates, and projections at the time the
statements are made that involve a number of risks and uncertainties which could
cause actual results to differ materially from those presently anticipated.

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