So far this year no landing page pumps have gotten much volume and they have all done poorly, fading slowly for the most part. That is why I am slow to blog about this landing page pump on Ecosciences (ECEZ). If landing page pumps continue to get little volume I may cease blogging about them. I was first emailed the link to the landing page pump on May 14th at 7:00AM but ECEZ had previously been promoted last November by multiple different email promoters.
Disclosed budget: $350,000
Promoter: Andrew Carpenter / Wall Street Revelator
Paying party: Not disclosed
Shares outstanding: 101,751,500
Previous closing price: $0.53
Market capitalization: $53 million
Excerpt from disclaimer:
The advertiser anticipates managing a total production budget of $350,000 for this online advertising effort and will retain any amounts over and above the cost of production, copywriting services, mailing and other distribution expenses, as a fee for its services. The Wall Street Revelator and/or its publisher, Andrew Carpenter has received a total amount of eleven thousand six hundred and twenty five dollars in cash compensation to assist in the writing of this Advertisement, as well as potential future subscription and advertising revenues, the amount of which is not known at this time with respect to the publication of this
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The advertiser anticipates managing a total production budget of $350,000 for this online advertising effort and will retain any amounts over and above the cost of production, copywriting services, mailing and other distribution expenses, as a fee for its services. The Wall Street Revelator and/or its publisher, Andrew Carpenter has received a total amount of eleven thousand six hundred and twenty five dollars in cash compensation to assist in the writing of this Advertisement, as well as potential future subscription and advertising revenues, the amount of which is not known at this time with respect to the publication of this Advertisement and future publications. Andrew Carpenter has never owned, and never will own, shares, options or warrants in ECEZ. 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