SOURCE: Security First International Holdings, Inc.

Security First International Holdings, Inc.

December 07, 2010 09:00 ET

Security First International Holdings, Inc. Schedules a Dividend Payment for the First Quarter of 2011 of the Security First International Holdings, Inc. Restricted Shares Previously Issued to Global Online Television Corporation

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - December 7, 2010) - Security First International Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SCFR) schedules a dividend payment for the first quarter of 2011 of the Security First international Holdings, Inc. restricted shares previously issued to Global Online Television Corporation .

On September 14th, 2010 Security First International Holdings, Inc. completed an asset purchase agreement with Global Online Television Corporation for 42,661,002 common shares of Security First International Holdings, Inc. in exchange for all of the assets of Global Online Television Corporation.

The 42,661,002 currently owned by Global Online Television Corporation were issued prior to the 20 for 1 forward split and now represent 853,220,040 restricted shares of Security First International Holdings, Inc.

The 853,220,040 Security First International Holdings, Inc. restricted shares will be distributed as a dividend in exchange for Global Online Television Corporation shares with a conversion of 1 share of Global Online Television Corporation for 20 restricted shares of Security First International Holdings, Inc.

About Security First International Holdings, Inc.

Security First International Holdings, Inc. is a world-wide investing, developing, creating, marketing company of new technology. http://www.securityfirstinternationalholdings.com

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