SOURCE: MyECheck Inc.

November 03, 2008 12:53 ET

MyECheck Inc. Approved as an Official Vendor to the State of California

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - November 3, 2008) - MyECheck Inc. (OTCBB: MYEC), an electronic transaction processor and provider of alternative payment solutions, is pleased to announce that it has been approved as an official vendor to the State of California.

The California Department of General Services (DGS) Procurement Division sets state procurement policies and provides purchasing services, helping departments achieve their missions. It delegates purchasing authority, certifies small/disabled veteran businesses to do business with the state, sponsors the Small Business Council, participates in the Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise Council, and provides innovative purchasing methods that save taxpayer dollars, integrating quality solutions to meet customers' needs.

This recognition eliminates the costly and time-consuming process many businesses go through when working directly with government agencies. The review process for agencies is also simplified as the services and prices are outlined in an existing, competitively assessed contract.

Edward Starrs, CEO of MyECheck, stated, "The State of California spends billions of dollars each year on contracts with California businesses, and MyECheck is proud to be now approved by the State."

About MyECheck

MyECheck Inc. is a leading electronic transaction processor and provider of alternative payment solutions to credit cards for brick & mortar, internet, and mobile commerce. MyECheck utilizes a patented method of creating and clearing remotely created checks (RCCs) for exceedingly fast, secure and cost effective payments. As the leader in Check 21 solutions and check image processing for online merchants, MyECheck provides merchants with financial access to more customers than any other payment method.

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