Monday, February 27, 2017

Medwin's Vaccine Journal Is Interested in My Runny Nose

The following exchange helps explain how Medwin Publishers (discussed here) "aspires to bring eminent original findings of research information across the globe into light."

Received 2/21/17:
Dear Dr. David H Kaye,
Greetings from MedWin Publishers!We have contacted you earlier through email. Since we have not received any response from you regarding your valuable manuscript submission, we are taking the liberty of resending the invitation as we are aware that you may be engaged in other activities or our message may not have successfully reached you. We are very pleased to announce that submissions for upcoming issue are now being accepted for Vaccines & Vaccination Open Access (VVOA). We have chosen eminent scientists, who have significant involvement in the advancement of research in their field and have the potential to give best quality articles for upcoming issue of our journal. We gently request you to submit any kind of article for publication and to help us in releasing the issue at the designated time. ... We hope that your articles will help us in the growth of our Journal and kindly follow the below link for online submission ... .
Also, we request you to submit your manuscript by March 15th, 2017 to enable swift process of peer review and publication. Kindly acknowledge this email receipt within 24 hours. Await your prompt response.
Kind Regards,
Monica Kathryn, Assistant Managing Editor, Vaccines & Vaccination Open Access (VVOA, MedWin Publishers
Sent 2/24/17:
Dear Monica,
Would VVOA be interested in a paper reporting that I still got some colds after being vaccinated against the flu?
From: vaccines@medwinpublishers.com, Sunday, February 26, 2017 11:26 PM
Dear Dr. David H Kaye,
Thank you for your prompt reply. We are glad with your positive response towards our journal. As time being an important factor towards the issue release. We request you to submit your valuable manuscript as soon as possible. Could you let us know your feasibility to submit your manuscript. Hope to hear from you soon.
Kind Regards,
Monica Kathryn, Assistant Managing Editor, Vaccines & Vaccination Open Access (VVOA, MedWin Publishers
Followed on April 15, 2017, 12:24 a.m., by this "Reminder for Manuscript Submission: VVOA" sent with "high importance" from vaccines@medwinpublishers.com:
Dear Dr. David H Kaye,
Greetings for the day!
This is a friendly reminder regarding the submission valuable manuscript as soon as possible As time being an important factor towards the issue release. We request you to submit your valuable manuscript as soon as possible. So that we can publish it in upcoming issue. Kindly let us know your feasibility to submit your manuscript.
Kind Regards
Monica Kathryn, Assistant Managing Editor, Vaccines & Vaccination Open Access (VVOA) MedWin Publishers

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