James W. Fuller joins QPAGOS Board of Directors
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/30/17 --  QPAGOS Corp.
(OTCQB: QPAG), a U.S.-based provider of digital payment services for
cash-based and unbanked consumers in Mexico, today announced that
James W. Fuller, who under the Reagan administration served as member
of the Board of Directors of the Securities Investor Protection
Corporation (SIPC), has been appointed to the Qpagos board of
Mr. Fuller is a past Chairman of the Board of Pacific Research
Institute, a public Think Tank in San Francisco and a member of the
Board of The International Institute of Education. He is also a
member of the Pacific Council for International Policy and past
member of the Committee of Foreign Relations. Additionally, Mr.
Fuller was the Senior Vice President of the New York Stock Exchange
(NYSE) from 1976 to 1981, where he was responsible for corporate
development, marketing, corporate listing and regulation oversight,
research and public affairs and served for 12 years on the Board of
Trustees of the University of California - Santa Cruz.
"Jim brings a wealth of experience to Qpagos and we look forward to
his contribution to the governance of our company and helping us
extend our market leadership in consumer electronic payments in the
region," commented CEO Gaston Pereira. "Our strategic vision is to
expand into other markets as we continue to consolidate our Mexico
Added Mr. Fuller, "I have been following Qpagos since I first
discussed this opportunity with Gaston Pereira several months ago,
and I am very impressed with the progress Qpagos has made in its
brief time. I could not be more enthusiastic about collaborating with
Gaston and his team in this exciting and growing sector." 
U.S.-based QPAGOS delivers state-of-the-art digital payment services
to consumers and service providers in Mexico where 60% of the adult
population does not have a bank account and where 80% of personal
payments are made in cash. It operates a network of self service
kiosks and applications that provides more convenient payment
alternatives for consumers and more efficient billing for service
providers. www.qpagos.com
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contribution of Mr. Fuller and the growth of the electronic payment
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that could cause actual results to differ materially from current
expectation include, among others, our ability to extend our market
leadership in consumer electronic payments in the region, our ability
to continue to grow and execute our business plan, our ability to
generate revenue streams from user fees, service provider fees,
franchisee fees, rental/management fees and advertising fees and the
other risks outlined under "Risk Factors" in QPAGOS' Current Report
on Form 8-K dated May 13, 2016 and its other filings with the SEC,
including subsequent periodic reports on Forms 10-Q and 8-K. The
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