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Federal Regulation pays off
big for senior citizens
Seniors switch to free
service with no monthly bills

It just doesn’t make sense to keep paying
for something you can get absolutely free.
“Yet millions of Americans, most of them
seniors, are doing just that every month. I’m
talking about the medical alert device industry. Now don’t get me wrong. I strongly believe that every senior should have a medical alert device, just not one that charges
an arm and a leg for service every month,”
said Earl J. Frans, Executive Vice President for U.S. based Universal Physicians.
The standard practice in the medical alert
device industry is to either sell or lease a
medical alert device to a consumer, usually a senior, anywhere from $100 - $300
per device, but buying the device is not
the problem. It’s worth every penny because it can save your life, “ said Frans.
“The problem seniors face is the $30$100 bill they get every month for the ser-

Federal Regulation orders emergency calls transmitted free – Industry giants
charging monthly fees for medical alert devices may lose millions of customers

vice,” Frans said. Well not anymore. What
very few seniors know is that they can get
unlimited emergency help for free. That’s
because the U.S. Gov’t put a Federal Regulation in place that makes cell phone carriers
transmit free emergency calls in all 50 states.
That means the 50 million seniors in the
U.S. can now get FastHelp, a special new
medical alert device engineered to connect
directly into the U.S. Govt’s mandated 911
emergency service networks everywhere
cell service is available for free with no contracts, no deposits and no monthly bills ever.
And there’s even more good news for seniors. Universal Physicians, the private U.S.
based company responsible for developing the
special new medical alert device is giving seniors a 50% off discount to help cover the onetime cost of the new device. That makes the
$298 manufacturer’s suggested retail price
for the device a real steal at just $149 for seniors because the device taps directly into the
Govt’s mandated emergency service networks
everywhere cell service is available for free.

New medical alert device delivers free
service and no monthly bills ever

Seniors flood phone lines with orders for special new medical alert device engineered to connect directly to the
Govt’s mandated 911 emergency service networks for free with no contracts, no deposits and no monthly bills
(UPI) – Agents manning the toll free
hotlines are working around the clock.
That’s because any of the 50 million
seniors living in the U.S. who locate the
Service Zone they live in on the U.S. Service Map printed in today’s publication
are getting free unlimited nationwide help
everywhere cell phone service is available
with FastHelp™.
FastHelp is a special new medical alert
device engineered with cellular embedded
technology that connects directly into the
Govt’s mandated 911 emergency service
networks everywhere cell service is available for free with no contracts, no deposits and no monthly bills ever.
This is all possible because the U.S.
Gov’t put a Federal Regulation in place that
makes cell phone carriers transmit free
emergency calls in all 50 states, which is
why this announcement is being so widely
advertised. This allows seniors everywhere
to bypass the middleman giants in the
medical alert device industry to get unlimited nationwide help free of charge.
FastHelp was invented to deliver free
service to seniors using today’s most
advanced technology that requires no
internet connection or confusing apps,
without contract s and without any
monthly bills.
“The new invention is being released
directly to the public for a one-time fee
of just $149 with no monthly bills ever
because we just don’t think seniors
should have to keep paying for medical
alert device service when they can get it
absolutely free,” said Lee Strykes, Executive Director of Product Development, for
U.S. based private tech developer, Universal Physicians.
“Seniors who get FastHelp and cancel
their existing service will say it feels like
getting a bonus check every month. That’s
because it can save hundreds of dollars in
just the first year alone, “said Strykes.
This is very important. “FastHelp doesn’t
come with fall detection and there’s a very
good reason. It doesn’t work accurately.
Fall detection technology is far from perfected. In fact, every device that has it
can easily be tricked into thinking someone fell and send out a false signal when in
fact nobody fell at all. For example, devices
with fall detection may think you fell when
you bend over to pick up the newspaper,
feed the dog or cat, drop the device, lay
down in bed or on the sofa too quickly and
the list goes on and on,” said Strykes.
“So to solve the problem we designed
FastHelp with something our engineers
feel is far more effective in the event of
a fall. It’s called 2-way cellular embedded voice technology. This 2-way cellular
voice technology allows you, with just the
push of a button, to speak directly to lifesaving emergency operators everywhere
cell service is available for free. That way
help is there when you need it and there
are no false alarms,” said Strykes.
“FastHelp also comes standard with
GPS. GPS-Triangulation is a process by
which the location of a radio transmitter (FastHelp) can be determined by measuring either the radial distance, or the
direction, of the received signal from two
or three different points. Triangulation is
sometimes used in cellular communications to approximate the geographic position of a user. But remember, GPS technology is not 100% accurate. That’s why
FastHelp’s 2-way cellular embedded voice
technology is so important to have. By
using it to communicate your location,
first responders can pinpoint your location,” said Strykes.
So if you already have a medical alert
device it’s time to switch to FastHelp and
stop paying for service you can get for
free. And, if you’re still risking your safety
by not having a medical alert device, well
now there’s no reason not to get FastHelp
and the service won’t cost you a dime.
FastHelp won’t break the bank either.
That’s because everyone lucky enough
to get through to the toll free hotlines
today is being given a 50% off discount
to help cover the one-time cost of the new
device. That makes the $298 manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the device
a real steal at just $149 and shipping for
seniors.
Operators will begin answering calls at
precisely 8:30am this morning and lines
are expected to be busy. So everyone is
being urged to keep calling until they get
through.

■ HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT: It doesn’t matter if you’re in perfect health, in a wheelchair, use a walker, a cane or bedridden, things
can change in the blink of an eye. Imagine being all alone in an emergency situation like the one shown above with no one to
help. That’s why it’s so important for everyone to get FastHelp, the special new medical alert device that connects directly into
the Govt’s mandated 911 emergency service networks for free. It’s not like old style help buttons that make you talk to a call
center and come with hefty bills every month. FastHelp comes with a one-time, rock bottom price tag of just $149 and there
are never any monthly bills. Plus it works at home or anywhere, anytime cell service is available whether you’re out watering
the garden, driving in a car, at church or even hundreds of miles away on a tour or at a casino. That means you never have to
worry about what you’re doing or where you go because with FastHelp you are never alone.

WHAT SENIORS NEED TO KNOW: There’s no need to shop around. All the leg work is done. How can you beat getting free
unlimited nationwide help everywhere cell service is available with no contracts, no deposits and no monthly bills ever. And here’s
the best part. Universal Physicians, the private U.S. based company responsible for developing the special new medical alert device
is giving every senior a 50% off discount to help cover the one-time cost of the new device. That makes the $298 manufacturer’s
suggested retail price for the device a real steal at just $149 for seniors. The only thing U.S. residents need to do is locate the Service
Zone they live in on the U.S. Service Map below and call the toll free hotline for their zone beginning at precisely 8:30 am this morning.

How to get new FastHelp™
Find your zone on this U.S. Service Map

Everyone who locates the Service Zone they live in must
call the toll free hotline for their zone beginning at precisely
8:30am this morning. Alaska and Hawaii residents call
Service Zone 3. Those who get through are being given a
50% off discount to help cover the one-time cost of the
new device. That makes the $298 manufacturer’s suggested
retail price for the device a real steal at just $149 and
shipping for seniors. Callers who miss the 72 hour deadline
will not receive the 50% off discount.

Service Zone: 1
Service Zone: 2
Service Zone: 3
EVERYONE LIVING IN

EVERYONE LIVING IN

EVERYONE LIVING IN

CALL AT 8:30 A.M.

CALL AT 8:45 A.M.

CALL AT 9:00 A.M.

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Service Zone: 1

Service Zone: 2

1-866-338-2777

1-866-407-2261

Service Zone: 3

1-866-407-2694

HOW IT WORKS: FastHelp’s advanced circuitry links up directly to the Govt’s mandated local and national 911

emergency service networks everywhere cell service is available for free. So there are no monthly bills ever. That’s why
tens of thousands of seniors have already called to get FastHelp. But don’t thank Universal Physicians, the U.S. based tech
developer responsible for developing the special new device. Thank the U.S. Gov’t for putting a Federal Regulation in place
that makes cell phone carriers transmit free emergency calls in all 50 states. That means the 50 million seniors in the U.S.
can now get FastHelp, the special new medical alert device engineered to connect directly into the U.S. Govt’s mandated
911 emergency service networks everywhere cell service is available for free. So if you already have a medical alert device
it’s time to switch to FastHelp and stop paying for service you can get for free. And, if you’re still risking your safety by not
having a medical alert device, well now there’s no reason not to get FastHelp and the service won’t cost you a dime.

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: FastHelp comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. If for any reason you are not
completely satisfied with FastHelp return it for a full refund of the purchase price less shipping and return postage.

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LIST OF FASTHELP BENEFITS AND FEATURES
1 LED Indicator Light
2 Speaker

5 2-way Communication
6 Belt Clip

3 One-Touch E Button
4 Call Cancel, Battery Test

7 Lanyard Slot
8 Charging Nodes

and Cellular Test Button

9 Water Resistant

USING FASTHELP FOR AN EMERGENCY

BATTERY/ CELLULAR TEST

Press and hold the RED One Touch E
Button until LED lights turn on. You will
hear “Calling 911, Calling 911”. FastHelp
will connect you to emergency help
everywhere cellular service is available.

Press and hold Small Silver
Button for up to 5 seconds
to perform tests. Device will
provide visual and audible
test results.
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FASTHELP IS COVERED BY A 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE LESS SHIPPING AND A 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANT Y. FASTHELP IS A 3G GSM CELLULAR DEVICE.
FASTHELP WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE 911 CALLS WHEN CELLULAR SERVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE SUCH AS IN REMOTE AREAS. FASTHELP USES GPS TRIANGULATIONS TO APPROXIMATE YOUR LOCATION WHEN YOUR DEVICE IS TURNED ON. OH RESIDENTS ADD 6.5% SALES TAX. UNIVERSAL PHYSICIANS 7747 SUPREME AVE., NORTH CANTON, OH 44720

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