SOURCE: Trustcash Holdings Inc

September 18, 2008 11:50 ET

Trustcash to Provide Online Payment Solution to "SAY" Magazine

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - September 18, 2008) - TRUSTCASH HOLDINGS, INC. ("TRUSTCASH") (OTCBB: TCHH) today confirmed that it has reached an agreement with Spirit of Youth Enterprises Inc. to provide an alternative payment solution for their online clients.

Spirit of Youth Enterprises Inc. publishes and distributes "SAY Magazine" for and about Native/Aboriginal youth -- one of the largest growing demographic groups in North America. SAY is distributed to both Native/Aboriginal and non-native youth alike. The magazine is useful for advertisers interested in reaching the Native/Aboriginal youth target market across North America. SAY can be purchased online at

SAY Magazine published its first issue in the summer of 2002 and now publishes quarterly as well as Special Edition issues. Each issue of SAY consists of 48 pages with regular sections including Lifestyle and Wellness, Entertainment, Sports, Fashion and an Events Calendar. Profiles of inspiring and motivational native youth from a variety of career backgrounds are also featured. Spirit of Youth has published over 500,000 copies to date and is currently expanding its online business.

About Trustcash

Through its Trustcash brand and website,, Trustcash is a pioneer of anonymous payment systems for the internet based on the sale of a stored value card that can be used by consumers to make secure and anonymous purchases on the internet without disclosing their credit card or personal information. Trustcash provides to its customers the "Trustcash™" payment card, which is sold in denominations ranging from $10 to $200 online through any of over 500 websites. Trustcash's, virtual card is the only "stored value card" that can be purchased where no personal data is stored or available, providing a unique level of both security and privacy to the purchaser.


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  • Trustcash
    Investor Relations
    Charles Moskowitz