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EGAN Medical No Longer Offering Telemergency Devices, Seeks Replacement
Due to the mysterious and according to some, bizarre disappearance of Telemergency Systems, the people associated with the company and most importantly its line of products, EGAN Medical will no longer be offering it, but is seeking a replacement.
The reason for the discontinuation of the product has nothing to do with any decision on the behalf of EGAN Medical or anyone affiliated with the company. Rather, it is the result of the mysterious disappearance of the company that manufactures the device, including all of the people associated with the organization, the (apparently)
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Several months ago, the company's phone lines were disconnected and the website taken down all except for the home page. The navigation links to the internal pages all result in 404 error pages when clicked.
What is strangest about the entire situation is that the product was a top-seller and very popular among consumers. It was a lucrative item that had no trouble selling when placed before the right target audience. The manufacturer failed to issue any notification of its plans to discontinue production, and did not notify any of its customers - retail businesses like EGAN Medical Equipment and traditional DME stores alike. This has fueled a number of theories as to the reasoning behind the bizarre actions, including that the owner might have died, or simply gone "on strike" in retaliation following the reelection of President Barack Obama.
For the record, EGAN Medical is not claiming that either of these scenarios are truthful or accurate, merely that there are rumors within the industry that one of the two is likely to be the reason for the rare and undeniably strange exit from the marketplace of what by all accounts appeared to be a successful company with a product that was in high demand.
EGAN Medical would like to inform its customers that it is actively seeking a replacement product, and that in the meantime, the company (EGAN) does have pull-cord safety alarms (URL = http://www.eganmedical.com/