SOURCE: Aurelius Consulting Group, Inc.

May 04, 2005 17:12 ET

Aurelius Consulting Group, Inc. Clarifies Prior Press Release on Initiating Analyst Coverage on Perfisans Networks

ORLANDO, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 4, 2005 -- The Aurelius Consulting Group, Inc., an internationally recognized investor relations firm, known for its ability to help emerging growth companies build a loyal following of retail and institutional investors, is clarifying a previous press release made April 11, 2005, regarding the initiation of analyst coverage on Perfisans Networks and seeks to rectify any misconceptions stated in the press concerning the ownership of the research report and compensation.

Dave Gentry, President, commented, "The Perfisans Research Focus Report announced by Aurelius should not have had the Aurelius name attached. The report was written by Joseph Berwind, who possesses a MBA in Finance from Stern School of Business and BA in Economics from Columbia University. The report should in no way be misconstrued as research conducted by Aurelius Consulting. Mr. Berwind received compensation of $5000.00 in full prior to the publication of the report from Perfisans Networks. Furthermore, Perfisans Networks did not impose any constraints or requirements on the content of the report."

About The Aurelius Consulting Group, Inc.

The Aurelius Consulting Group (ACG) focuses primarily on creating retail and institutional support for undervalued, undiscovered micro-cap companies. The Aurelius network consists of stock brokers, fund managers, investment bankers, analysts and institutions who actively seek opportunities in the micro- and small-cap sectors. In addition to traditional communication and marketing efforts that put publicly held companies face-to-face with Wall Street's micro-cap equity players, the Aurelius Consulting Group employs a variety of communication programs, including direct mail, advanced telemarketing, internet television, e-mail and web-based advertising at http://www.runonideas.com.

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