Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. Will Launch First Pre-Paid Platform With CyberloQ and TurnScor Software Applications

Venice, FL, Jan. 31, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. (“CyberloQ” or the “Company”) (OTCQB: ACRT) is pleased to announce the following update on the Company’s business and information objectives going forward.

Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. has begun the integration process with Program Manager, Zoompass (ZPAS) and related Banking partners to launch the Company’s first Pre-Paid Card platform, the Kingdom Card. The Kingdom Card separates itself from most existing Pre-Paid platforms by combining “FRAUD” mitigation through the CyberloQ™ protocol, and “FINANCIAL LITERACY” through the TurnScor credit restoration platform. These value propositions give the Kingdom Card the capacity to help millions of individuals with financial problems through TurnScor, while protecting their monies with CyberloQ™ fraud protection. The Company will create a robust web presence along with leveraging existing networks in order to grow the “revenue deriving” cardmember base; the Company has received multiple letters of intent for active participation in the Kingdom Card platform.

The Company has revised its websites to better reflect the B2B opportunities within both technology platforms and will have further updates as events and information occur. The Company plans to initially target Health Care, Fintech, and Fortune 1000 Businesses.

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