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OffshoreAlert Re-Launches as Daily News Service
David Marchant
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 9/13/2007
Posts: 1278


After many months of development, OffshoreAlert today re-launched its web-site at www.OffshoreAlert.com to offer enhanced features and content for subscribers.

The most significant improvement is that, as of today, OffshoreAlert is a daily provider of articles and documents, publishing news as and when it happens from our web-site.

"In an era that is dominated by technology, it makes no sense to wait to publish information," said OffshoreAlert's publisher, David Marchant. "This is particularly true when it comes to investigations into serious financial crime, which is OffshoreAlert's specialty."

Among the new features and enhancements:

  • Daily News & Documents
  • All-In-One Searchable Database
  • Court Listings in Bermuda, BVI and Cayman
  • Download Documents Related to Articles
  • View Content by Jurisdiction or Industry
  • Customized E-Mail Alerts
  • Blogs By Industry Leaders

We've also reduced the subscription price to $60 per month or $720 annually, meaning that subscribers are receiving more information delivered faster for less money.

All subscribers have unlimited access to all of OffshoreAlert's content, which includes over 5,000 articles and over 5,500 documents, more than 1,300 of which are requests for judicial assistance filed under Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

Our content is aimed at three distinctive groups: Providers, Buyers and Investigators of offshore products and services.

As a result of the improvements, OffshoreAlert and InsideBermuda will no longer be published periodically as 'pdf' files. Instead, the content that normally appears in the newsletters must be viewed at www.OffshoreAlert.com.

If anyone has questions or requires further details, please visit www.OffshoreAlert.com, send an email to sales@offshorealert.com or call +1 305-372-6296 .
 


 

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