SOURCE: W Technologies, Inc.

November 06, 2013 07:00 ET

W Technologies, Inc. SMS Text Message Marketing Platforms Meet New FCC Anti-Spam Requirements

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 6, 2013) - W Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: WTCG), announced today that its SMS Text Message Marketing Platforms, and fully comply with the recently effective FCC regulations against commercial text message spamming.

Ronald Costa, President of W Technologies, Inc., stated, "Our SMS Text Message Marketing Platforms were specifically designed to meet the FCC regulations which became effective on October 16, 2013. These regulations, issued under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, as amended, require that all text generated marketing messages be sent only to those whom have previously given a manual, or E-Sign Act compliant, written consent to receive such messages. We believe that our GottaGoText and G2GText SMS message marketing platforms are some of the first to fully comply with these new FCC regulations, as our computer servers automatically cross check all outgoing text messages against the prior written consent consumer data base for each of our clients to prevent unsolicited messages from being transmitted." Mr. Costa went on to say, "Being one of the first text messaging marketing platforms to meet these strict 'opt-in' requirements gives us a unique opportunity to expand our growing business while our competitors try to catch up with us."

About W Technologies, Inc.

W Technologies, Inc. and its subsidiaries, SoMo Technologies, Inc. and AdMedia Group, Inc., offer their clients a comprehensive development strategy of integrated technology-based, cross-sectional marketing to potentially increase their exposure and revenue. Headed by a professional management team with worldwide experience, the Company provides unique effective and economic turnkey solutions for client media and marketing solutions to drive revenue to our business clients' bottom line profit.

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