Venice, FL - (NewMediaWire) - August 29, 2018 - Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. ("CyberloQ" or the "Company") (OTC: ACRT) is pleased to announce the following update on the Company's business and information objectives going forward.

H&S Bookkeeping, LLC in Minneapolis, MN, has recently taken the proactive steps to protect its clients and their PII (Personal Identifying Information) by integrating CyberloQ into its IT infrastructure. “The top 5 cyber-crimes relating to the tax preparation industry are tax-refund fraud, corporate account takeover, identity theft, theft of sensitive data, and theft of intellectual property. Creating a GEO-FENCE perimeter around our facility, taking advantage of CyberloQ’s 2-factor authentication system makes protecting our client’s sensitive data much easier, and reduces our insurance liability premiums. This allows us to focus on generating new business and protecting our corporate brand. Our Company takes cyber-security very seriously,” stated Holly Hollister-Smith, H&S founder.

The Company’s focus has been on upgrading our technology and is now ready to launch the CyberloQ Suite of products. Initially, CyberloQ will be implemented in preventing fraud for accounting firms and CPA’s as stated above.  The market and indications of interest have come from Pre-Paid Cards, Channel Distributors, Title Companies, Medical Facilities, and Insurance Companies. The CyberloQ Vault will also prevent unauthorized access to their websites as well. ( )  

The introduction of CyberloQ Vault will virtually eliminate the unauthorized access to highly sensitive documents. The conventional method of using email (phishing) to send critical documents can now be sent and received with the CyberloQ Vault system without concern of monetary and or contractual transactions being compromised.  We feel that we have one of the most robust cyber-security prevention platforms available to the cyber-security market today. Signing this contract and deriving revenue for the benefit of our shareholders is a huge milestone for the Company.

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Chris Jackson