02/09/2006 - ClickPay Solutions Retains Investment Banking Firm CB Capital Partners, Inc.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (February 9, 2006) – ClickPay Solutions, Inc. (OTC: CKPY - News), a premier check cashing service provider, announced today that it has retained CB Capital Partners Inc., a west-coast based investment banking firm, to act as its exclusive financial advisor.
A.J. McCann, President and CEO of ClickPay Solutions, said, "As a leader in comprehensive financial advisory services for growth companies, CB Capital Partners will be an important partner as we move forward with our strategic business plan."
CB Capital Partners has been retained as a financial advisor to ClickPay Solutions and will assist the Company in executing its strategic plan.
"We are impressed with ClickPay Solutions' management team and business strategy and see the Company as an emerging leader in the rapidly growing payment services market," said Chris Baclawski, CEO of CB Capital Partners, Inc. "We are pleased to be assisting them with their capital formation and mergers and acquisitions needs."
About CB Capital Partners, Inc.
CB Capital Partners Inc. is a full-service investment-banking and financial advisory firm headquartered in Newport Beach, California. CB Capital Partners specializes in customized financial advisory assignments including capital raising, debt placements, strategic and financial partnerships, and mergers and acquisitions transactions. Visit http://www.cbcapital.com for more information.
About ClickPay Solutions, Inc.
ClickPay Solutions, Inc. is a premier sales and marketing organization that provides 'Cashless-Check-Cashing' services to retail locations nationwide. The Company's unique service enables consumers to cash paychecks and have the funds loaded onto a stored value card (ATM). Funds from the paycheck are guaranteed to the merchant and the consumer is immediately able to utilize the value card wherever PIN-based MasterCards are accepted. Visit http://www.clickpaysolutions.com for more information.
Contact: ClickPay Solutions, Inc. 775-882-5214; Peter Clark, OTC Financial Network, 781-444-6100 or email@example.com.
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Source: ClickPay Solutions, Inc.