SOURCE: PayChest, Inc.

November 03, 2015 09:00 ET

PayChest Restructures More Than $1 Million of Debt

HONG KONG, CHINA--(Marketwired - November 03, 2015) - PayChest, Inc. (OTC PINK: PYCT)

PayChest is pleased to announce the Company has improved its balance sheet by converting $1,070,699 of current liabilities to Preferred B Shares. Negotiations with creditors enabled the transfer of these debts to Preferred B Shares with payments in lieu of interest totaling $113,000 also delivered in Preferred B Shares.

This follows the recent write-downs of certain assets as announced on September 22, 2015.

The restructuring enables the Company to focus proceeds of the $500,000 financing, as announced in July 2015, on funding commercial production and business development rather than being used for debt repayment or interest.

The Company completed this restructuring effective September 30, 2015 resulting in an outstanding balance of current liabilities of $73,243. This will be reflected in the Third Quarter Financial Report.

The result is a balance sheet with significantly less debt and better reflects the Company's focus on the Mibella® product range.

We expect to make an announcement shortly as to when commercial production of the Mibella® product will begin.


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