SOURCE: Jameson Stanford Resources Corporation

October 24, 2013 08:30 ET

Jameson Stanford Closes Series B Bridge Financing

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Oct 24, 2013) - Jameson Stanford Resources Corporation (OTCQB: JMSN) (the "Company"), an emerging metals and minerals exploration company, announced that it has closed $500,000 of Series B Convertible Redeemable Promissory Notes ("Series B Notes"). The Series B Notes are due October 31, 2015.

The Series B Notes are secured by the Company's mining claims and mineral leases related to the Chopar Mining property, Star Mining District, located in Beaver County, Utah. The Series B Notes share the security interest on a pari passu basis with $500,000 of Series A convertible redeemable promissory notes issued on August 19, 2013, and with $500,000 of Series B Notes that are currently being offered for sale by the Company on similar terms. The proceeds of this financing will be used primarily to fund the Company's ongoing mineral exploration activities and for general working capital purposes.

"This Series B Notes closing augments the Company's capital funding for our minerals exploration activities at the Star Mountain project," said Michael Stanford, President and Chief Executive Officer of Jameson Stanford Resources. "We remain confident in our belief that our ongoing exploration activities at the Wild Bill Mine site will allow us to begin operations in late 2013. We are continuing our exploration activities as we secure additional financing."

About Jameson Stanford Resources Corp.

Jameson Stanford Resources is focused on exploring significant mining claims, mineral leases and excavation rights for projects located in historic mining districts and other sites in southwestern and central Utah. The Company is presently engaged in exploration activities in connection with copper, gold, silver and base metals properties located in historic mining districts in Beaver County and Juab County, Utah. In addition, Jameson Stanford Resources has acquired excavation rights and special permitting related to deposits of alluvial minerals and silica sand located in Weber County, Utah.

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