SOURCE: MyECheck Inc.

June 23, 2008 10:00 ET

MyECheck Inc. Signs Mentor Public Schools to Its Online Check Service

Check 21 Processor Provides Viable Alternative to Credit Cards for Parents in Ohio School District

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - June 23, 2008) - MyECheck Inc. (OTCBB: MYEC), an electronic transaction processor and provider of alternative payment solutions, announced that is has signed Mentor Public Schools as a client and will be providing the Ohio School District with its comprehensive suite of electronic check processing services.

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 provides parents with the option of debiting their checking accounts for payments such as loading their children's lunch cards safely as an example.

MyECheck provides faster clearing and funds availability, substantially reduces charge-backs and risk and improves cash-flow, all at a much lower cost than credit or debit cards. eCheck processing on the MyECheck system functions much like credit card authorization, however MyECheck transactions can be guaranteed, eliminating the impact of fraud on merchants. Guaranteed transactions are authorized and processed in real-time with transaction success rates exceeding Card and ACH eCheck success rates.

Ed Starrs, CEO of MyECheck, commented, "We are excited to have our first school district sign to our software and see this as a potential segue into other school districts, colleges and government agencies."

About MyECheck

MyECheck Inc. is a leading provider of comprehensive viable alternative payment solutions to credit cards for brick & mortar, internet, intranet and mobile 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 patent pending RCC solution provides merchants with financial access to more consumers than any other single payment method.

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