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Pioneers in the Development, Marketing and Implementation of Stored Value Solutions market specialist dedicated to the production of a superior, MONOLITHIC brand of Stored Value products and associated ancillary goods and services. Item 5 - Interest in securities of the issuer (a)- (b) According to, the Issuer's transfer agent, 50,050,000 shares of the Common Stock were issued and outstanding as of January 17, 2007. Belmont Partners, LLC is the owner of 33,552,772 shares of the Common Stock, or 67% of the issued and outstanding shares of the Common Stock. Authorized Shares: 50,000,000 ? Source: 10QSB ( 03/31/2004 ) Outstanding Shares: 50,050,000 Source: SC 13D ( 01/17/2007 ) 224 Turfview Drive Solana Beach, CA 92075 United States Founded in 2001 Phone: 800-631-8127 Fax: 760-859-3157 ************************************* Link to Company Website: ************************************* Link to Yahoo Finance: ************************************* Link to Pinksheets.Com: ************************************* Transfer Agent Info: PacWest Transfer, LLC 337 Gay Street, P.O. Box 518 Washington, VA 22747 Tel: (540) 675-3129 Toll Free: (877) 675-3129 Fax: (540) 675-3281 ************************************* Investor Relations Info: YES INTERNATIONAL, INC. Rich Kaiser 800-631-8127 ************************************* Company Overview: Global Pay Solutions is an independent sales organization composed of Stored Value Industry insiders and market specialist dedicated to the production of a superior, MONOLITHIC brand of Stored Value products and associated ancillary goods and services. Since 2001 GPSI founders have been conducting research, compiling primary and secondary consumer data and producing Stored Value products that meet the very specific needs of a select group of targeted markets. Stored value cards are a hybrid financial instrument, most similar to a bank checking account debit card. However, there is no bank account, only a cardholder account. These cards can be used for payroll purposes, as an alternative to traditional bank debit and credit cards, as fundraising tools, and as a way for un-banked and under-banked individuals to reduce risk and access products and services. Global Pay Solutions will become the leading global provider of stored value cards and their associated financial services for the rapidly growing population of under-banked and under-served immigrants living within the United States and their friends and family abroad. Stored Value Cards and related services represent one of the fastest growing market segments in consumer finance, and to date this market segment has been grossly under-served. The Company is specifically not technology driven. GPSI is primarily composed of sales, marketing and advertising professionals whose goals are to leverage their collective distribution channel experience to maximize sales and revenue. The Company’s approach to managing a variable-cost business model utilizing outsourcing on a "grow as needed" basis allows the company to maintain a strict cost containment directive and manage a low capital requirement for company overhead. Increases in expenses are directly proportional to sales and account acquisition. The Company’s unique product approach provides for the integration of both domestic and international bank card issuance through a common transaction processor - allowing GPSI to process international transactions in real-time, as well as creating a single interface between commercial (Payroll) and retail SVC products. About Stored Value Cards: Stored value cards are one of the most dynamic and fastest growing products in the financial industry. Anyone who makes purchases with a merchant gift card, places phone calls with a prepaid telephone card, or buys goods or services with a prepaid debit card is using a stored value card. Certain types of these cards are being heavily marketed to lower-income consumers, especially the unbanked or underbanked. These cards may provide consumers with a more effective means of accessing funds and making financial transactions than cash. The stored value card market is growing and evolving rapidly. According to industry estimates, more than 2,000 stored value programs are available, with roughly 7 million Visa- or MasterCard-branded stored value cards in the marketplace. There are approximately 20 million users and that figure is expected to more than double to 49 million users by 2008. In 2003, stored value cards were used to make $42 billion in transactions. By 2006 over $72 billion in stored value transactions are expected. Experts put this industry in the introductory or early growth stage of the product life cycle, suggesting that there is substantial growth potential in the years ahead1. These industry figures include all stored value cards, such as multipurpose general spending cards, payroll cards, government benefit cards, child support payment cards, merchant gift cards, and telephone cards. The TRIO Card: Integrates Cell Phone Top-Off, Prepaid Long Distance and Complete Signature and PIN based transactions into one reloadable, reusable instrument. Through the MasterCard/Maestro/Cirrus and STAR Networks the TRIO card can be used throughout the World at over 900,000 ATM’s and over 1,200,000 retail locations. Through licensing agreements, NON US banks can produce the TRIO card for distribution as payroll products in literally every country. Future arrangements will allow for retail distribution of the TRIO card. August 28, 2007: Global Pay Solutions Incorporated Announces Board Change... June 22, 2007: Global Pay Solutions Reaches Agreement to Provide 70,000 Card Payroll Program... June 20, 2007: Global Pay Solutions (GPSI) Expands to China... May 24, 2007: GPSI TRIO(TM) Cards to Leverage VIA ONE's International Merchant Network of 15,000 Retail Locations... May 14, 2007: Global Pay Solutions Expands to Latin America... May 8, 2007: Global Payment Solutions (GPSI) Brings Experience, New Thinking Into Underserved Banking Market... Moderator's Disclaimer - This board is for (GPSI) discussion purposes only and is in no way a recommendation to buy or sell. Any investment decisions should be based on your own due diligence and decision. You are solely responsible for your choices to buy or sell. This is a disclaimer and in no way holds the moderators and/or assistants, legally liable for your investments.
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#204   CNLC FINRA deleted symbol: Renee 04/27/17 05:42:11 PM
#203   CNLC SEC Suspension: Renee 04/10/17 09:37:47 AM
#202   Does anybody have any idea what may be uzualsuzpect 02/25/08 03:25:25 PM
#201   wonderful... uzualsuzpect 02/20/08 03:06:16 PM
#200   GPSI 1-2000 RS J U ICE 02/20/08 01:15:14 PM
#199   After I made the posting - the webpage uzualsuzpect 02/18/08 08:21:59 PM
#198   what phone number? lifegear 02/17/08 09:49:22 PM
#197   Just an FYI uzualsuzpect 02/11/08 02:52:32 PM
#196   website is still under construction lifegear 02/05/08 02:33:55 AM
#195   Just figured that I'd keep the thread alive. uzualsuzpect 02/04/08 01:32:20 PM
#194   Indeed! Winneragainstallodds 01/18/08 10:10:38 AM
#193   for sure. it was dropped to .006 and monda2frida 01/18/08 09:53:57 AM
#192   Interesting buying pressure! Indeed! Winneragainstallodds 01/18/08 09:48:20 AM
#191   Interesting! Winneragainstallodds 01/17/08 03:02:34 PM
#190   the ask dropped to .006 and someone snatched monda2frida 01/17/08 02:17:06 PM
#189   What does everyone think? Tanking? uzualsuzpect 01/14/08 05:04:46 PM
#188   that's what i was thinking. the shorts had monda2frida 01/12/08 03:09:07 PM
#187   time to let it go and run? lifegear 01/12/08 01:13:46 AM
#186   looks like GPSI is off the list now. monda2frida 01/11/08 09:26:52 PM
#185   accumulating... JJdivini 01/09/08 02:32:04 PM
#184   ask lowered to .0065 monda2frida 01/09/08 02:00:03 PM
#183   yea, keeping a close on this one... JJdivini 01/08/08 08:05:36 PM
#182   unusual activity on this today. maybe setting up monda2frida 01/07/08 02:40:18 PM
#181   it means there have been failures to deliver lifegear 01/04/08 11:41:21 AM
#180   please excuse my ignorance... But what does uzualsuzpect 01/04/08 11:00:55 AM
#179   GPSI is now SHO listed lifegear 01/03/08 03:14:58 PM
#178   Greetings, Wishing ALL good Health, success and lots of Le_Penny 01/02/08 10:19:32 AM
#177   Well it showed how strong this stock is wireliner 12/20/07 08:28:24 PM
#176   115000 someone got a christmas gift wireliner 12/20/07 01:45:14 PM
#175   how many were sold at .003? desperate bidwhacker lifegear 12/20/07 01:21:02 PM
#174   I added some cheapies too good time to wireliner 12/20/07 10:29:43 AM
#173   And you'd think I've seen them all! Everyday Winneragainstallodds 12/20/07 09:56:33 AM
#172   add a few !cheapies Carlito 12/20/07 09:54:47 AM
#171   lol----well It should be some good news eventually dijeetyet 12/19/07 04:12:42 PM
#170   we have a guardian angel on this one lifegear 12/19/07 04:09:12 PM
#169   good question --- doesn't appear to be I-hubbers dijeetyet 12/19/07 04:08:40 PM
#168   who's whacking the ask? lifegear 12/19/07 01:32:30 PM
#167   still quietly trading away at this level. dijeetyet 12/19/07 01:25:25 PM
#166   bid is rising...give it time lifegear 12/14/07 03:12:36 PM
#165   Say never ,never , whit some vol ,we Carlito 12/14/07 11:18:32 AM
#163   It figures... .008 This stock will never uzualsuzpect 12/14/07 10:08:26 AM
#162   that would be nice ---- dijeetyet 12/13/07 07:48:19 PM
#161   we need to see .10 eventually =) lifegear 12/13/07 07:30:40 PM
#160   no bid whackers either wireliner 12/13/07 04:30:54 PM
#159   looking more like a launchpad now lifegear 12/13/07 04:26:22 PM
#158   Nice steady climber wireliner 12/13/07 11:06:04 AM
#157   .012 ;-) Carlito 12/13/07 10:30:40 AM
#156   doesn't look like I-hubbers ---but for that one. dijeetyet 12/12/07 09:21:29 PM
#155   .011 close ,nice:-) Carlito 12/12/07 04:20:23 PM
#154   uptick day and no post here lifegear 12/12/07 04:16:58 PM