Wellness Center USA Inc. Concludes Relationship with JMJ Financial
SCHAUMBURG, IL – April 20, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Wellness Center USA, Inc. (OTCQB: WCUI), today reports that it has completed its second and final payment to JMJ Financial (JMJ) under the Note Termination Agreement previously announced on March 19, 2015. Accordingly, the Company’s relationship with JMJ has ended and JMJ will no longer have any conversion rights into WCUI shares.
Pursuant to the Note Termination Agreement, JMJ had agreed to permit full repayment of the Note in the sum of $200,000 payable in two installments of $100,000 each on March 20, 2015, and on April 24, 2015, respectively. On March 19, 2015 the Company completed the first payment to JMJ in the amount of $100,000 and on April 17, 2015 the Company satisfied the second and final payment in the amount of $100,000, ahead of the April 24, 2015 due date.
“Now that Note conversions are behind us, we can continue building shareholder value without battling ongoing infusions of deeply discounted shares into our stock trading market,” stated Andrew J Kandalepas, CEO and Chairman of WCUI. “With this accomplishment we will immediately eliminate any and all stock dilution related to Note conversions, drastically decrease potential cost of future capital, and will positively impact our financial picture with the removal of the loan obligation as well as restoring share value impairment caused by the derivative treatment of the Note,” Kandalepas added.
About Wellness Center USA, Inc.
Wellness Center USA, Inc. (www.wellnesscenterusa.com) is a hybrid healthcare company that combines best in class technologies, software, devices, providers, protocols, goods, and services. It was created to address important healthcare and wellness needs via breakthrough solutions, all centered around the “well-being of the body and mind”. Wellness Center USA, Inc. is the parent company of three businesses reporting consolidated: Stealth Mark, National Pain Centers, and Psoria-Shield.
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