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WATCH RLYC LIKE A HAWK
THIS ONE SHOWS STRONG POTENTIAL
FRIDAY CLOSE: 0.015
PINK SHEETS SYMBOL: RLYC
COMPANY NAME: Relay Capital Corp.
MAJOR NEWS RELEASED
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 15, 2006--Bux Cash Card, Inc., a Canadian marketer and issuer of debit cards, has been acquired by U.S.-based Relay Capital Corp. (Pink Sheets: RLYC). Bux owns and operates "First Cash Card," an online issuer of PIN-based debit cards. The First Cash Card debit card can be used at over 5 million ATM machines and over 1 million Point of Sale (POS) terminals worldwide. Its principle growth has been in the check cashing industry where employees can obtain a First Cash Card at no charge. First Cash Cards allows i2,500 in ATM daily withdrawals and z2,500 in POS transactions.
ABOUT RELAY CAPITAL CORPORATION: Relay Capital Corporation is a developer and marketer of a wide range of prepaid financial services, which has rapidly grown into a multi-billion dollar industry with no slow-down in continued growth. Relay's services include pre-paid stored value cards, reward cards, employee payroll cards, gift, retail and affinity group cards, travel cards and fund transfer cards. Relay Capital Corporation encompasses both the marketing and distribution of pre-paid and pay-transfer cards in concert with the development of loading centers. Loading centers are retail locations, such as convenience stores, check cashing facilities or other types of retail facilities serving to dispense or receive cash facilitating transactions for the stored-value card consumer.
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