"We have a tremendous upside as a newly emerging company - and investors are taking notice," stated Dr. Bruce Bedrick, CEO of Medbox, Inc. "While we understand the tremendous expectations placed on us by the investment community, we have built a successful infrastructure from the ground up and continue to work hard to meet all of our objectives for the future. Medbox will always rise to the occasion."
In other news, an entity calling itself, "The American Council for Patient Liberty" issued a press release Friday about their position on Medbox's patented technology. The entity used Medbox's recent media exposure for their own benefit by referencing the technology in their press release headline. The release also incorrectly commented on how the technology would force patients to be fingerprinted in order to use the system. The statement is false - as Medbox systems sit behind the counter in marijuana dispensaries as an inventory management and compliance tool for dispensary operators. Fingerprinting is the patient's choice, as they can also show an ID to dispensary operators upon every visit if that is their choice. The fingerprinting option ensures the patient that no one else can access their account at the dispensary.
The entity's website has no address or telephone number, but does ask for donations via credit card. Patient advocates and medical marijuana industry supporters are cautioned to only make donations to ASA, ACLU, and other credible sources.
About Medbox, Inc:
Medbox is a leader in the development, sales and service of automated, biometrically controlled dispensing and storage systems for medicine and merchandise. Medbox has offices throughout the world, including New York, Arizo
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