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OTCPicks Featured Company: Etelcharge.com (ETLC.OB) Updates Corporate Web Page

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

A developmental stage company that provides credit card processing services for merchants in the United States, eTelcharge.com, Inc. (OTCBB: ETLC) announced that they are updating their corporate Web page. This comes after the company’s recent announcement regarding digital gift cards, social networking and a relationship with Cinema Now. The webpage will contain new advertisement space for premier merchants of the company’s new version 3.0 community store.

“We are pleased to offer advertisement space for our premier online retailers,” stated Toby Wilson,” stated eTelcharge.com, Inc. Chief Technology Officer, Toby Wilson. “We will continue to enhance our corporate website to make it as friendly and inviting to our merchant community as we have done for our members in the version 3.0 payment system interface. We are setting the stage for significant growth for merchants and advertisers.”

The company’s corporate website will be undergoing an overhaul concerning the look and feel of it, which will provide future and current members a preview of what they may expect from the new version 3.0 community and payment gateway.

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Stock Guru Featured Client: Etelcharge.com, Inc. (ETLC.OB)

Thursday, May 1st, 2008

Etelcharge.com (ETLC.OB) is primarily a provider of credit card processing services for merchants located in the U.S. Etelcharge offers the first web 2.0 online payment system that provides online purchasing power over the internet with billing to customers’ phone bills. The company’s 3.0 social networking and payment gateway website will be launched in mid-May 2008.

The Etelcharge.com’s product is provided to merchants with online products for sale. Merchants are able to accept purchases by customers who do not possess a credit card or a banking relationship. The technology is able to connect to any carrier or online merchant payment system. Geographic location is not an issue either.

Etelcharge.com is secure and simple. After registration with Etelcharge.com, customers can purchase products from merchants that offer the Etelcharge pay option. The purchases are then billed to the customer’s phone bill. The company claims that by using the online payment system, exposure to credit card fraud and identify theft can be minimized. Etelcharge is PCI certified by Qualys, Inc., a leading provider of on demand security risk and compliance management solutions.

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eTelcharge.com, Inc. (ETLC.OB) Signs Letter of Intent With enStage

Friday, October 19th, 2007

Etelcharge.com (ETLC.OB) announced that the company has signed a Letter of Intent with enStage, of Cupertino, CA, earlier today. This Letter of Intent states that both companies are prepared to jointly launch a program where any Etelcharge member can be provided with a “digital prepaid card”. This prepaid card can be used to purchase goods from any online merchant that accepts Visa or MasterCard.

Furthermore, this Letter of Intent shows how Etelcharge’s is prepared to enter an industry sector that is valued at $8 billion and growing at an exponential rate.

Rob Howe, Chairman and CEO of Etelcharge , commented, “Providing this digital service could quickly result in millions in revenue for both companies. Etelcharge members will gain immediate access to every online merchant in the Visa and Master Card network when they join this highly advanced digital service. Upon the launch of this service, our members will possess the ability to shop at merchants like Amazon, Buy.com, NetFlix, Kodak, immediately. This is a huge and exciting breakthrough with enormous potential.”

Govind Setlur, CEO of enStage, also stated “enStage enables companies to reach large consumer segments that were served in the past by cash, checks, vouchers, or some other ‘pay before’ mechanism. We see Etelcharge as the perfect partner to develop this service with us.”

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