SOURCE: MyECheck Inc.

July 15, 2008 09:30 ET

MyECheck Inc. Patented Software Goes Live With Mentor Public Schools

Check 21 Processor Implements in Ohio School District

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - July 15, 2008) - MyECheck Inc. (OTCBB: MYEC), an electronic transaction processor and provider of alternative payment solutions, announced that its software has gone live at Mentor Public Schools, an Ohio School District.

MyECheck previously announced that an agreement had been signed and managed to implement its software within about 5 days of the signing. This quick turn-around is attributed to the streamlined integration process that MyECheck has now built for its clients utilizing easy application programming interfaces (APIs).

Ed Starrs, CEO of MyECheck, commented, "Our APIs have evolved with the changing needs of our clients to the point where we can have a customer 'live' within a week of bank interface approval. We will continue to streamline this process and work with both our internal team and outside VARs to ensure that we provide a cutting-edge technology in this growing industry."

Mentor Public Schools is a School District in Mentor, Lake County, Ohio with 14 schools, including elementary, middle and high schools. MyECheck's eCheck solution now provides parents with the option of debiting their checking accounts for payments such as loading their children's lunch cards safely as an example.

About MyECheck

MyECheck Inc. is a leading electronic transaction processor and provider of alternative payment solutions to credit cards for brick & mortar, internet, and intranet commerce. MyECheck utilizes a proprietary method of creating and clearing remotely created checks (RCCs) for exceedingly fast, secure and convenient payments. As the leader in Check 21 solutions and check image processing for online merchants, MyECheck's patented RCC solution provides merchants with financial access to more consumers than any other single payment method.

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