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Kiwi E-Success Gives Back To Their Fans World Wide

6 November 2000

BulletProof Software Ltd are pleased to announce the release of their Affiliate scheme for BPFTP our award winning Windows FTP client. This scheme rewards any company, organisation or individual that promotes or distributes our product to receive financial benefit from any sales they generate for us.

Since our product's inception it has received great support from our users world wide. Word of mouth and good-will promotion by anyone from individual users to corporations has seen our product become a great fiscal and popular success in its field. We are now taking the opportunity to reward our users for their years of support by enabling them to receive financial return for referring customers to us via their web site, email or similar. A simple procedure allows them to sign up and straight away anyone they refer to us who purchases is money in the bank for them!

Commercial Web sites and companies may be interested in our partnership scheme that allows them to provide customised versions of our software to their users. This is particularly useful for ISPs and large web sites who provide downloads. We can provide customised versions which include company logo, links and features for companies to distribute via their web site or with software CDs and so forth. These are also tied into our affiliate scheme so businesses can receive financial rewards for the more copies of BPFTP they distribute.

Interested parties can sign or get more information by emailing our VP of Marketing, Thomas Scovell on

ABOUT BulletProof Software Ltd (A true NZ e-success story)

BulletProof Software Ltd is a privately owned Internet software company based in Auckland, New Zealand. BPSoftware has been producing its flagship product BPFTP (a piece of Internet software for transferring files) since 1997. At that time it was regarded as a pioneer in advanced FTP functionality and to this day has maintained that technical lead. This is acknowledged by major reviews that consistently rate it as the top FTP client for the Windows platform. (See for some of these awards.)

BPSoftware is a true New Zealand e-success story. It develops its product in New Zealand, employing local talent to produce an internationally reknown product that it retails very successfully globally. Without fuss or without demanding anything from the public or government, BPSoftware has got on with the job of becoming a highly successful company in the emerging knowledge / Internet economy. By utilising a talented and resourceful skill base, BPSoftware has generated and continues to generate, considerable wealth (and opportunities) from offshore for New Zealanders.

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Please contact Thomas Scovell for enquiries related to this release.

Yours faithfully,


Thomas Scovell VP of Marketing - BulletProof Software Ltd

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