SOURCE: Excelsis Investments Inc.

June 17, 2015 11:01 ET

Excelsis Investments Announces Stealth Card Television Debut "Exceeds Expectations"

LARGO, FL--(Marketwired - June 17, 2015) - Excelsis Investments, Inc. (OTC PINK: EXSL) (EXSL), confirmed that the launch of its Stealth Card product, which commenced on the HSN Channel's June 13th TV airing, has "exceeded expectations." "Obviously we are thrilled by the Stealth Card's exceptional performance in surpassing both the show's expectations as well as our own," said Brian McFadden, Excelsis President and CEO. "We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with HSN, and to our next airing."

The inaugural segment was hosted by Brett Chukerman, one of HSN's most popular and well respected hosts, along with Lea Little, who has extensive background in presenting the latest technology and stated, "With the growth of identity theft and electronic pickpocketing, having a safeguard for your personal and financial information is imperative."

"We welcome the addition of TV media to our distribution network, and HSN, which is a formidable $3.6 billion interactive multi-channel retailer," added McFadden. "This is clearly a major step in the continued development of our Stealth brand identity in the personal protection marketplace."

Stealth Card is a state of the art personal identity theft protection product that protects consumers from identity theft resulting from scanning "chipped" credit cards, ID cards and passports containing personal information. Currently, there are 1.5 Billion chipped cards issued globally, with the US market alone expected to reach 1 Billion by 2016. This new ID and credit card technology has created a wave of vulnerabilities and theft opportunities. However, by placing the Stealth Card into your wallet or purse, you have now made your chip cards invisible and "Stealth" to impending threats through the use of proprietary "PowerGrid Technology" that jams inbound and outbound frequencies.

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