NetworkNewsBreaks – Global Payout, Inc. (GOHE) Subsidiary to Launch Operations in New Retail Merchant Location

Global Payout, Inc. (OTC: GOHE) this morning announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, MTRAC Tech Corp. (“MTRAC”), is launching operations at The Jet Room, a licensed and compliant medicinal dispensary in Adelanto, CA. The MTrac team will be implementing its payment platform system as it is taken live in its new retail merchant location on Friday, July 13. “My team and I are very excited for the opportunity to launch with The Jet Room, our second retail merchant, in Adelanto, which is striving to be a cannabis safe community. The ability to eliminate or reduce the amount of cash in cannabis businesses makes our communities safer,” MTrac CEO Vanessa Luna stated in the news release. “The value of having a safe and compliant commerce platform provides such a huge benefit for businesses and consumers alike. Bringing on this new merchant also represents another milestone in our ongoing growth and expansion, which is being spearheaded by our talented and dynamic sales and marketing team.”

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About Global Payout, Inc.

From 2014 to 2017 Global focused on identifying new state of the art technologies in a variety of industry sectors and successfully helped launch MoneyTrac Technology Inc. and other companies within the FinTech space. Global’s current focus is continuing to identify new business opportunities while it reorganizes its future business endeavors. For more information, visit www.GlobalPayout.com.

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