SOURCE: Amwest Imaging Inc.

November 21, 2011 07:00 ET

Amwest Imaging Acquires Zipclik Technologies

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 21, 2011) - Amwest Imaging Incorporated (OTCBB: AMWI) is pleased to announce the completion of the acquisition of Zipclik Technologies.

Zipclik Technologies is a 256 AES encryption software for Skype, AIM, Yahoo IM, Meebo, Trillian, and other Voice Over Internet, Messaging, Instant messaging and Internet file transfer Protocols ("VOIP") Software. The "256 AES key" is now available through the website

The software works by providing a 256 AES key encryption at the time a conversation message or file transfer starts. In addition, exponential coverage occurs when the recipient of the data stream utilizes Zipclik on the opposite side of the transmission making the code virtually "unbreakable" or hackable.

This software is essential and necessary for clients wanting to protect and privatize financial data, medical information, enterprise research, sensitive corporate directives, passwords, and all other confidential, and sensitive information. The Zipclik encryption software provides a military grade security not only for voice messaging, file transfer; but also ensures any and all transmission left on any hosts server will remain encrypted to protect all information from any third party, hacking, or unauthorized dissemination.

Currently there are over 600 million registered worldwide users of Skype alone, of which most are unaware that their voice file transfer and messaging services are NOT secure to third parties; all of which are viable candidates for Zipclik's $99.00 USD software package. Zipclik software ensures for the security of all transmissions.

Jason Gerteisen, President of Amwest, commented, "The acquisition of Zipclik is an enormous addition to the Amwest group of Companies with more potential revenue than all of the other sectors thus far. I believe this software will change the landscape of how any and all sensitive data or communication is conducted. In addition we have decided as a company to keep the price point at a level that will allow anyone to utilize."

Even with just 15% of Skype's more that 600 million users Amwest would book more than 5.94 Billion Dollars in bookable revenue.

Zipclik charges a fee of $99.00 to download and install the software on to a computer. There are additional applications for Zipclik software currently in beta testing, with an anticipated launch very soon.

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