March 30, 2007 11:08 ET

eTelCharge Announces Launch Plans Today Through the "Beyond the Boardroom" Communications Program as Rob Howe, Company Shareholder & Former President of CompUSA PC, Interviews Carl Sherman,


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DESOTO, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 30, 2007 -- (OTCBB: ETLC) ( ) today announces its launch plans via the electronic video broadcast shareholder communications system, with a pointed interview by Rob Howe, Former President of CompUSA PC, with Carl Sherman, CEO. The interview premiers today, Friday, March 30th and can be accessed from the Company's website at, by clicking on the 'Beyond the Boardroom' link found on the left side of the homepage.

About (OTCBB: ETLC), a diversified merchant services company that offers the traditional credit card merchant services, checks and other existing financial infrastructure offered by banks, as well as the proprietary new online currency that will provide online shoppers the exclusive choice to charge approved transactions to their telephone bill. Designed to reduce the risk of identity fraud and identity theft by providing an Internet credit option for online shoppers to charge consumer transactions on the Internet. This payment option is a perfect match for the millions of individuals who do not own a credit card. started as the only company with the ability to charge a variety of products to the home phone bill. Clearly, past electronic commerce solutions have not employed effective security and privacy techniques that adequately address consumer concerns about privacy and security on the Internet today. The release of the latest version of the proprietary phone billing option is scheduled to be launched soon. For more information, go to

This news release includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The statements involve a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause, Inc. and actual results or outcomes to be materially different from those anticipated and discussed herein. These include its historical lack of profitability, limited working capital, the need for additional capital, end-use customers' acceptance of new products and actual demand, the need for, Inc. to manage its growth, and other risks associated.

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