Pay Linx Financial Corporation announces potential convertible debenture subscription and negotiations with Royal Bank of Canada regarding Pay Linx Financial Corporation as the selected outsourcer for Royal Bank of Canada



    TSX Venture Exchange Symbol: PIN

    EDMONTON, Sept. 12 /CNW/ - Pay Linx Financial Corporation ("Pay Linx" -
TSXV: PIN) announced today that it anticipates entering into a convertible,
unsecured debenture financing in the principal amount of $1.5 million. The
principal amount of the debenture will be convertible into common shares of
Pay Linx.
    Furthermore, Pay Linx is in negotiations with and working toward an
agreement with Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC") which, if completed, will result
in Pay Linx being the selected outsourcer for RBC's Stored Value Electronic
Benefit Card System.

    About Pay Linx

    Pay Linx delivers affordable, accessible and contemporary payment
processing services that integrate seamlessly into North America's existing
financial systems for financial institutions and their/our corporate and
government clients. Pay Linx is 25% owned by Royal Bank of Canada. Pay Linx
cornerstone Application Service Provider product is a Prepaid Debit Card
solution. Pay Linx is in the business of processing and managing stored value
cards (SVC), and Mobile Banking solutions throughout Canada and United States.
Pay Linx partners with the best in the industry, securing relationships with
established, reliable partners with broad market reach and utilizing
contemporary ATM, Point of Sale (POS) and online technology. As a result, we
set the industry standard for security, affordability and user responsiveness.

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    or accuracy of this release.

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For further information:

For further information: Ian McNeill, President and CEO, Pay Linx
Financial Corporation, Tel: (780) 702-4710, Email: Ian.Mcneill@PayLinx.ca,
www.paylinx.ca

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