SOURCE: F3 Technologies, Inc.

November 24, 2009 10:41 ET

F3's Interaction Lands an Additional 5 New Communities in Georgia and Florida

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - November 24, 2009) - F3 Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FTCH) is pleased to announce that its Interaction Community System has landed another 5 communities. Three of the communities are based in Georgia and the other two are in Florida.

As reported earlier this year a leading HOA management law firm in Augusta, Georgia started using Interaction to manage the many communities that they already oversee as well as a selling tool to recruit additional communities. Recently this law firm added an additional three communities to its growing list bringing their total to 15 communities. Separately our partners in South Florida have signed up an additional two communities to start using Interaction to manage their condo associations.

Frank Connor, CEO of F3 Technologies, stated, "Its encouraging that we can start announcing new Interaction clients in 'bulk' via press releases. The hard work and devotion to this company in 2009 is starting to bear fruit. We look forward to announcing similar updates regarding our other partners, TLEHS and Paymenting, Inc."

F3 continues building a robust sales pipeline for the Interaction Community Systems for HOAs, churches and management companies and is focused on major new technology improvements to both its and Ascend solutions in preparation for an exciting 2010 year.

About F3 Technologies, Inc.

F3 Technologies, Inc. (F3) is an Atlanta-based Software-as-a-Service development company and application service provider created to provide on demand internet solutions to consumers and small to mid-sized companies.

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