SOURCE: SafePay Solutions, Inc.

October 06, 2006 11:23 ET

SafePay Gross Processing Transactions Continue to Grow for the Ninth Consecutive Month

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 6, 2006 -- SafePay Solutions, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SFPS) announced today that for the month of August, SafePay Solutions, Inc. took in $8,336,984.24 in gross processing transactions compared to $7,088,066 in July and $5,841,672 for the month of June.

SafePay is proud to announce that its total gross transactions processed in the last 9 months have exceeded 28 million dollars.

More than 65,000 members are now using the SafePay system to purchase products and services compared to 50,000 in July, and the number of verified SafePay suppliers has continued to grow each month as well.

SafePay believes this growth is due to its leading edge security system which gives unprecedented protection to customers and suppliers by safeguarding both SafePay members and suppliers from fraud for virtually all transactions.

In addition, SafePay continues to expand the number of methods for customers to make purchases, giving them more flexibility and easier use for online transactions than any other system in the e-Commerce marketplace.

About SafePay:

SPS believes that it brings the highest level of security, convenience and speed of any online payment system. Our solutions for businesses and consumers all around the world are innovative, secure, and cost-effective. With SafePay Solutions, anyone with an e-mail address can send and receive payments, while merchant and corporate clients can conduct business with its vast array of financial management tools.

More information about SafePay Solutions can be found at:

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