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TeleTrade int�l Reports Progress On Different Fronts

TeleTrade int�l (TTi) announced that trade exchanges within the platform have seen an increase of over $1.34 million. Volume stands at $15.2 million, reflecting an increase of over 10% in combined transactional processing over 2006�s activity.

The total on worldwide platform servicing also saw an increase of 10%, a new benchmark for the first quarter of 2007. First quarter totals now stand at $32.3 million. Total of all online activity, since 1999 when TTi went online with its technology, now exceeds $485.6 million.

The firm is taking steps to bring its proprietary swipe-card terminal technology to all U.S. based exchanges. The new program will combine the ability for merchants to process all credit, debit, discount, and barter programs from one terminal.

TTi has been able to secure a relationship with the country�s fourth largest, private-merchant service provider to offer participating businesses the �guaranteed lowest credit and debit processing rates� in the nation. Merchants will have to upgrade or replace their existing terminal hardware to become compliant with the Visa/MasterCard fraud and security requirements.

For further information, contact CEO Gary Lasater at (303) 840-7172 ext 1, or