often being compensated up to $21,000 per day to email to its database of investors
Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
Wall Street News Alert, the electronic advertising subsidiary of Wall Street Capital Funding, has closed the doors after a decade of representing “penny stock” clients. The investor relations firm, which described itself as, “one of the internet's premiere financial destinations, offering the investment community some of the market's leading emerging opportunities,” promoted hundreds of companies for the purpose of, “introducing millions of potential investors to unknown companies.”
Nevertheless, the company undeniably experienced a great run throughout the decade, often being compensated up to $21,000 per day to email to its database of investors. While the company’s website has not been active for some time, a Google search reveals that the website still has over 140,000 press releases indexed on the web. Once thought to solicit emails to a proprietary list of over a million recipients at once, the company also issued thousands of “investment opinions” for its clients.
Operating numerous websites, purported to have received over 250 million hits, to generate investment leads and email addresses, the company is now selling its websites and investor database. Interested parties should contact wsna(at)bellsouth(dot)net.
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