PayChest, Inc. Announces New Payment Transaction Service for International Markets Wednesday February 15, 2:03 pm ET
MEXICO CITY -- 02/15/2006 -- PayChest, Inc.(TM) (Other OTC:PYCT.PK - News), the market leader in enabling individuals or businesses in any country around the world with online access and an e-mail address to securely send and receive payments, is announcing the launch of its services as of this date. PayChest is providing payment processing services to the hundreds of millions of consumers and business owners not located within the United States that have no way to cost effectively process payments online working with existing payment processing vendors.
"We researched the online transaction market and discovered that there are hundreds of millions of people and/or businesses located in countries in Europe, Asia and South America who cannot effectively process a transaction utilizing PayPal's™ services," said Alejandro Cerda, CEO of PayChest, Inc. "We are just now launching our web site and online payment process, are working with virtually every major banking institution and will have the ability to handle all major credit card payments through our payment portal in the next few weeks. We are overwhelmed with the response that we have received from the public to date and want to let the global community know that we are still beta testing our web site and back end infrastructure and to please be patient for the next few weeks until we are in an all-systems-go status."
About PayChest, Inc.
Founded in 2005, PayChest has developed a proprietary and secure back end payment processing system that can easily be accessed and utilized by anyone with web access and an e-mail address in any country around the world. PayChest has developed a processing system that leverages the existing financial infrastructure of the global banking community and/or credit card companies to enable consumers and business owners located in every corner of the world to securely send, receive and/or process payments with others via the company's web site. The company's payment processing system operates in real time and incorporates a user interface that is designed to be convenient for any user and does not require any technical know-how to send and receive payments. For more information please contact Alejandro Cerda CEO, +(5255) 5673.2364, Gavillero 32, Residencial Villa Coapa, 14390, Mexico D.F., Mexico, www.paychest.com.
This release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Securities Litigation Reform Act. The statements reflect the company's current views with respect to future events that involve risks and uncertainties including uncertainties related to successful negotiations with other parties, closing of transactions, capital availability, operational and other risks, uncertainties and factors described from time to time in the company's publicly available SEC reports. In light of these risks and uncertainties, the forward-looking events described in this release might not occur.
my loss in pyct is carried over from my mlon days. I was down 2,812.50 however when mlon changed to pyct I bagan to recoup some of the loss, however not totally yet.
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yes and i am a 5 year ebay powerseller and a verified paypal premier member.but have a million pyct and xmet shares so will do my part.and one can discuss any payment services at the ebay forums like they always complain about paypal at the paypal one.
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Interesting how a lot of these guys are tied together...gold mines in the philippines...PAIM is tied to MLON some how.....The Philippines is one of the first locations listed on the paychest web site....
-------------------- If all goes well then great, if not, make it work. Posts: 2562 | From: Louisville, KY | Registered: Feb 2005
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quote:Originally posted by buckstalker: SS...you really enjoy watching people lose money don't you? I am not in this but I do not understand the point of your post here...
buck I always ask the same thing when someone posts the standard "basher" disclaimer:
"I don't own this stock and never will, but I come here everyday and waste my time just to protect others from losing money."
Everyone has a "self-serving" reason for posting on message boards, and the reasons vary as much as the posters themselves. But in this case, I believe it is the "double-edged sword" syndrome:
He (or she) thinks the stock may rise in value but is unwilling to risk being wrong. So he watches the stock, and may even own shares, but tells everyone he believes it will fail, which assures he will be a "winner" no matter what happens: If the PPS rises, he makes some money ... if the PPS falls, he gets to say "I told you so". For some people, showing others that they are "smart" is more important than making money. Sad but true.
Such people usually suffer from low self-esteem and are seeking approval from strangers because they cannot get approval from those close to them.
But that's all the psycho-analysis you get for free ... my next lecture costs a quarter, and I accept most insurance plans, including Medicare.
-------------------- Everything I say is only my opinion ... right or wrong. Posts: 2152 | From: Ohio | Registered: Sep 2004
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