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Signalife Announces Reverse Stock Split, Preferred Stock Dividend and $5 Million Investment
Date:9/10/2008

close of trading on December 31, 2008. Each common and series 'B' shareholder as of the record date will receive one series 'C' preferred share for each common share or series 'B' preferred share held. Each series 'C' preferred share will be convertible into common shares in the event the company attains a $100 million market capitalization. Thereafter, each series 'C' preferred shareholder may elect to convert each of his or her preferred shares into five common shares within the first six months of attaining the market capitalization milestone, seven and one-half common shares within the second six months, and ten common shares thereafter. Signalife will reserve the right in its sole discretion to convert all series 'C' preferred shares into common shares at the rate of one common share per preferred share, unless the $100 million market capitalization milestone has been attained, in which event the conversion rate will mirror the rate afforded to a voluntary conversion by the shareholder. The series 'C' preferred shares will have no voting, liquidation or dividend participation rights. The creation and distribution of the series 'C' preferred shares will be subject to applicable regulatory approvals.

According to Mr. Perkins, "This investment by ARC Finance Group and the company's directors in series 'B' preferred shares will ensure that Signalife has sufficient working capital to go forward and implement its sales and marketing plans and strategies over the near future. As will be demonstrated shortly, the F-100 has already saved lives and there are human beings walking around (as well as their physicians) who will demonstrate that without the F-100 they would have died. One of them is a 16-year old wrestler. I will announce the particulars when I determine in my discretion that the time is right. In this regard, considering that the F-100 is revolutionary and will save lives, the distribution of a dividend in series 'C' shares will reward shareholders w
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