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  • 23 January 2019

VAUGHAN, ONTARIO, Jan. 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- Comepay, Inc. (OTCPINK: CMPY) (“the Company”) is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary Chek-Online LLC, a leading manufacturer of fiscal cash registers in Russia, and developer of the family of Cassatka smart terminals, has now added Asus as its newest customer in order to bring their online store compliant with Russian Federal Law 54, requiring businesses and individuals to use federally compliant cash registers, including a fiscal chip for processing sales transactions.

ASUS, a Taiwan-based, multinational computer hardware and consumer electronics company was established in 1989 and is dedicated to creating products for a smart life. According to their corporate website, ASUS is the world’s No. 1 motherboard and gaming brand as well as a top-three consumer notebook vendor.

ASUS is the next major corporation in Russia to have joined the list of companies connected to the Chek-online cloud payment-terminal service. Asus has completed an online payment-terminal lease agreement with Chek-online, and the hardware features have ready integration with the necessary external systems used by the ASUS online store.

Chek-online’s data center can handle a large number of transactions simultaneously as well as generate online receipts in real time.

Using the Chek-online interface account enables ASUS to monitor the status of its payment terminals, issue refunds and corrections to receipts, track balances, and receive settlement documents, as well as various other backend features which allow for complete and timely analysis of sales data.

Mr. Dmitry Tsatskhin, Comepay CEO, added, “We could not be more pleased to add yet another industry leading corporation to our list of clients. As we continue to add new features to our platform we plan for ongoing expansion in the Russian marketplace.”