SOURCE: NetCert, Inc

April 11, 2006 09:20 ET

NetCert, Inc. Announces Agreement With New Subsidiary

STAMFORD, CT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 11, 2006 -- NetCert, Inc. (OTC: NTCI) announced today that an agreement has been reached with Native Pulse Technology, Inc., a provider of resource recovery equipment, technology and services, to sell its subsidiary that provides such services for the nuclear industry and the oil industry.

The subsidiary has a contract to provide recovery services for an oil producer in Alberta, Canada, that will provide $4.3 million Canadian annually for 5 years. The company is seeking a loan of $500,000 to facilitate the contract. NTCI expects a net profit from this contract between $660 thousand and $1 million Canadian per year.

"We are extremely excited about this deal with Native Pulse Technology as this is the first of what we feel will be many opportunities for NetCert in the coming months," stated Mel Rich, President and CEO of NetCert. "NetCert is aggressively growing and our reorganization plan is ahead of schedule and we feel it will be more successful than originally planned."

The purchase contract is being drafted and is expected to close by 4/17/2006.

An additional related technology is being negotiated for purchase that will require NTCI to raise $6 million in capital. The project will pay for itself in less than two years. The contract is contingent on the capital raise. A loan guarantee has been secured by the technology holder for 90% of the loan from the Bureau of Indian Affairs. A bank commitment has been secured but a closing date has not been set.


NetCert Inc, a Nevada corporation, is a holding company with specialties from Consumer Goods, Commodities, Entertainment and Technology.

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