January 28, 2015 11:27 AM ET

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Company Overview of eCatalystOne

Company Overview

As of March 30, 2004, eCatalystOne was acquired by Debisys Inc. ECatalystOne provides global online payment services to international Internet subscriber providers such as portals, Internet Service Providers, banks, and telecommunications companies. The company’s products include ePAID™, a transaction engine that establishes prepaid accounts, which are used for transaction purposes. It serves merchants and customers within the local country and expatriate customers residing in the United States. The company is based in Newport Beach, California.

1300 Quail Street

Suite 102

Newport Beach, CA 92660

United States





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