PayStar Corporation, the nation’s leader in providing Prepaid Wireless Banking Services, content based Internet Kiosks and Cashless ATMs today joined Worldwide Communications Group, Inc., CoreComm Ltd., The New Internet Company, Oracle Corporation, Virtual Money Inc., and HP in launching multi-technology telecommunication services and computers to The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s underserved Section 8 and subsidy participants.
“PayStar is pleased to join the distinguished CTNP group of companies to bring digital technology and lifelong learning skills to low to moderate income residents living in subsidized housing,” stated William D. Yotty, Chairman and CEO, PayStar Corporation. “The addition of PayStar’s Prepaid ATM and MasterCard products to the CTNP project allows participants to make purchases of products and services online as well as other ATM card benefits by using the First1stResident Card. These individuals, who were previously denied this opportunity, can now enjoy the value and flexibility afforded others through standard credit cards.”
The CTNP project-based initiative was developed and is administered by Worldwide Communication Group, Inc. WCG through an innovative Alliance Partnership, which includes PayStar’s GLOBALCash, Inc. and its Super Master Distributor VieweX Corporation, will potentially help millions of Section 8 and subsidy residents bridge the digital divide and deliver cost savings that are associated with the online processes. The Tri-State Multi-Family launch of Indiana, Ohio and Michigan is the first step in this project, which is projected to expand quickly through the nation’s Section 8 Project-Based Multi-Family housing, as well as Public Housing authorities and is expected to increase PayStar’s GLOBALCash initiative in the public sector.
Worldwide Communication Group, Inc., founded in 1995 is a commercial telecommunication corporation. Worldwide Communication Group was appointed as the Implementation Director of the Telecommunication & Information Assistance Program to implement the Community Technology Network Project. Worldwide Communication Group, as a commercial telecommunication service bureau company providing digital technology communication services to individuals and families that would otherwise not have such services or would not be eligible to obtain such services due to lack of checking account or a major credit card.
PayStar Corporation, a premier distributor of communications and financial services, provides its customers with an array of enabling devices through PayStar’s Global Virtual Network. PayStar is comprised of three fully integrated divisions: PayStar GLOBALCash supplying prepaid ATM and MasterCard products and services, PayStar Financial Services providing the operation of Cashless Teller Machines (CTMs) and PayStar InfoStations providing Internet enabled kiosks. Internal sales efforts as well as mergers and acquisitions drive PayStar’s success. PayStar’s global strategy centers on expanding its Global Virtual Network (GVN) of thousands of locations that will utilize state-of-the-art enabling devices.