FOLSOM, CA – Apr 23, 2015 – MyECheck, Inc. (OTC PINK: MYEC), the leader in electronic check solutions for internet and mobile payments, announced today the release of plug-ins for the two leading e-commerce platforms, WooCommerce and Magento.

WooCommerce is the most popular open source ecommerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress. Launched on September 27, 2011, the plugin quickly became famous for its simplicity to install and customization and being free in nature, and has been adopted by 380,000 merchants. WooCommerce merchants can now add MyECheck as a payment option on their website with an easy to install plug-in.

Magento is an open-source content management system for ecommerce web sites. An eBay owned company, Magento’s market share among the 30 most popular ecommerce platforms is about 30%. Magento users can now add MyECheck as a payment option with an easy to install plug-in.

These two leading plug-ins combined account for more than 50% market share of ecommerce sites. 

About MyECheck:  Winner of the 2015 PYMNTS Award for Best Check Innovation, MyECheck Inc. is a leading electronic payment technology developer, licensor and payment services provider. MyECheck operates under license to US Patent 7,389,913, “Method and Apparatus for Online Check Processing” granted June 2008. This patented payment method is the fastest, most secure and most cost effective method of processing payments in the US. MyECheck provides comprehensive payment solutions for all payment applications including mobile payments and the industry’s most advanced security and fraud control technologies. MyECheck customers include corporations, retailers, governments, payment processors and financial institutions. For more information, contact

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