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Thursday, March 15, 2007

Pump and Dump comes to the UK


I received the following e-mail this morning 345 times.

Interesting considering Julia George's story on BBC Breakfast this morning, which says that the rules on mobile phones in hospital are being relaxed.


Patientline's mission is to be the UK market leader in the provision of bedside systems in acute hospitals, offering communication, entertainment, information and healthcare services for patients, clinicians, administrators and other users.

Products and services

The Patientline systems include a terminal at each bed. These provide telephone, television and radio and in most hospitals, internet, gaming and email services. The systems can also provide additional hospital based services such as electronic patient records and food ordering functionality.

A large audience, nationwide coverage and a wide range of advertising options makes Patientline the ideal choice for advertisers. With a TV and telephone at bedsides in over 155 NHS hospitals Patientline can offer advertisers the chance to communicate directly to the patient using the television whilst also providing a strong call to action via the telephone.

* Nationwide coverage (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland)

* Over 75,000 bedside TVs and telephones ~ Potential annual audience of 8 million

* Over 155 NHS hospitals offer Patientline services

The company offers the really necessary service. Any man or women, who will ever get in a hospital will be happy to use the services of the company. The company found an absolutely new direction of business. No doubts that it will come to success in the nearest time.

For 14 March 07 company price 1.85p per share.

Call your broker today if you are interested.

Company stock symbol is PTL.L at the london stock exchange.

Buy it now and get benefits tomorrow

Could this be because the US autothorities are clamping down on spammers, so they are turning their attention elsewhere?

It should be noted that the cost of the services of this company, have been under discussion in newspapers and on television for some time.



Blogger Tim Trent said...

Seems we both noticed the same trend, James. You just got more than I did. I ony got a small number. But I await my deluge with (lack of) interest!

Friday, March 16, 2007 9:47:00 am  
Blogger James Miller said...

I suspect they'll be no more. They stopped as suddenly as they started.

Friday, March 16, 2007 9:52:00 am  

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