SOURCE: MyECheck Inc.

November 28, 2008 09:30 ET

MyECheck Increases Transaction Processing Capacity by 400%

Company Launches New Data Center to Increase Data Throughput

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - November 28, 2008) - MyECheck Inc. (OTCBB: MYEC), an electronic transaction processor and provider of alternative payment solutions, is pleased to announce that is has gone live at a new data center that will allow for four times the amount of throughput as before.

The Company has seen an increase in business and data processing as it signs new clients and takes them live. While the Company was not yet at capacity on its old system, it felt that given the growth of transactions on the MyECheck platform, it would be prudent to ramp up capacity early.

The information technology operations are a crucial aspect of our operations, and this new data center provides MyECheck with better business continuity, redundancy and a very secure environment minimizing the chances of a security breach.

Ed Starrs, CEO of MyECheck, commented, "As our customer transactions continue to grow, so do we by enhancing and expanding our infrastructure. We continue our tact of being scalable with room to grow at a more cost effective rate as we expand our business into new sectors."

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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