Rego Payment Architectures Inc.  (VPIG)
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 Market Capitalization (Millions $) -
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 124
 Employees 11
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 0
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -8
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -2
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Rego Payment Architectures Inc.

Rego Payment Architectures, Inc. was incorporated in Delaware on February 11, 2008 under the name Chimera International Group, Inc. On April 4, 2008, we amended our certificate of incorporation and changed our name to Moggle, Inc. On August 22, 2011, we filed a Certificate of Ownership with the Secretary of State of Delaware, pursuant to which the Company’s newly-formed wholly-owned subsidiary, Virtual Piggy Incorporated was merged into and with the Company (the “Merger”). In connection with the Merger and in accordance with Section 253 of the Delaware General Corporation Law, the name of the Company was changed from “Moggle, Inc.” to “Virtual Piggy, Inc.” On February 28, 2017, we amended our certificate of incorporation and changed our name to Rego Payment Architectures, Inc. Our principal offices are located at 18327 Gridley Road, Suite K Cerritos, CA 90703 and our telephone number is (561) 220-0408.

We are a technology company that will deliver an online and mobile payment platform solution for the family. Our system allows parents and their children to manage, allocate funds and track their expenditures, savings and charitable giving on both a mobile device and online through our web portal. Our system is designed to allow a minor to transact both online and in traditional brick and mortar retail outlets using the telephone handset as a payment device. The new payment platform automatically monitors regulatory compliance in real-time for all transactions; including protection of vendors from unintended regulatory infractions. In addition utilizing the same architecture we allow individual parents to create a contract with each child that sets the rules and parameters of how the child may use the mobile payment system with as much or as little parental oversight as the parent determines is necessary. In addition, we are including specialized technology that increases and improves the security of the system and protects the user’s identity while in use.

COPPA applies not only to websites and mobile apps. It can apply to a growing list of connected devices that is included in the Internet of Things. Some of these include toys and products that could collect personal information, such as voice recordings or geolocation information.

Management believes that building on its COPPA advantage that the future of Rego Payment Architectures, Inc. will be based on the foundational architecture of the system that will allow its use across multiple financial markets where secure controlled payments are needed. For the under seventeen years of age market, the company will use its OINK. Com brand. The Company will license in each alternative field of use the ability for its partners, distributors and/ or value added resellers to private label each of the alternative markets. These partners will deploy, customize and support each implementation under their own label, but with acknowledgement of the Company’s proprietary intellectual assets as the base technology. Management believes this approach will enable the Company to reduce expenses while broadening its reach.

Revenues generated from this system will come from multiple sources depending on the level of service and facilities requested by the parent. There will be levels of subscription revenue paid monthly, service fees, transaction fees and in some cases revenue sharing with banking and distribution partners.

In addition, the team is analyzing specific components of our technology for individual monetization as well as exploring opportunities in the Business to Business (“B2B”) realm. The new architecture lends itself to provide closed network capability that allow B2B transactions outside of the traditional payment processing interchange services. This reduces the cost of transacting between businesses. Businesses that join the B2B will be able to perform instant settlements of transactions at lower fees than traditional services.

Currently, our partner profile includes established brands with large family-focused account bases — including banks, telecommunication companies, faith-based organizations, media distributors, mobile device Original Equipment Manufacturers (“OEMs”), and merchants.

OINK partners will leverage our platform to:

Buy vs. Build: Partners can license for their specific market or field of use a safe, compliant system, instead of building one on their own.

Safety & Security: Partners can safely engage a younger consumer segment and their families with a new family friendly peer to peer payments approach. Vendors will be explicitly protected from non-compliant transactions and the underlying technology protects the privacy of the user.

Youth Financial Literacy: Partners can expand their brand story around empowerment and education of youth financial literacy while engaging their ‘future customers’ with Gen Z, a digital native population of post-millennial youth.

The OINK mobile payment platform and associated digital wallet technology is designed to enable our partners to engage families with Gen Z through the leading money management, transactional and financial literacy platform that enables young people to make smart decisions about the things they value in life — including their money, their time, their ideas and their connections. The new platform will enable a new way for individual users to own and monetize their purchasing behavior that is currently unavailable to them.

In addition, we are analyzing specific components of our technology for individual monetization as well as exploring opportunities in the Business to Business (“B2B”) realm.

Other markets for potential licensed applications are:

Government social services payments where control over how benefits allowances are used is required. This is particularly necessary in some European countries where social benefits are not being used as intended by the government or where benefits are subject to fraud.

Closed network consumer to business (C2B) and business to business (B2B). An example is school lunch programs where the consumer can make direct mobile payments to the provider’s point of sale terminal (POS) without the need to traverse the traditional merchant payment system. This reduces the cost per transaction for the vendor and provides instant non-repudiated settlement. Many school lunch programs are now provided by large catering companies. This is particularly valuable as credit card fees, transaction fees and service fees can exceed 3% in overhead costs per transaction dependent on the negotiated rate. Removing this overhead can have significant positive financial impact on profitably. It also allows the closed network to own its own behavioral use data thus obviating the need to pay a third party for the same data.

Our ability to generate and grow revenue is affected by consumer spending patterns, merchant and consumer adoption of digital payment methods. We are relying on the the growth of mobile devices and the applications that will be used by merchants and consumers on those devices, and the transition from cash and checks to digital forms of payment, including cryptocurrencies. Our strategy to drive revenue in our business includes the following:

Utilize our COPPA compliant platform to capitalize on mobile device applications

License our technology for use with compatible technologies focusing on digital forms of payment

Utilize the blockchain component of the platform in conjunction with cryptocurrencies

As of the date of this report, we have not generated significant revenue. Our previous revenues were generated by taking a small percentage of every transaction from an online merchant. Until now this was our only revenue source. As we proceed through 2018, we expect to generate additional revenue streams by generating licensing fees from our co-branding partners.

We will seek to derive revenues from:

Private labeling licenses for: particular phones, telecommunication vendors, distributors, and value added resellers (VAR).

User Subscription fees based on premium services.

Transaction and processing fees for both closed and open network transactions.

Special services fees for ad hoc special requests.

Data analytics sales – using algorithms to analyze use data for sale to data brokers (meta data).

Advertising revenue – for context based push messaging to subscribers

Shared transaction revenue or rebates from banking partners

   Company Address: 325 Sentry Parkway Blue Bell 19422 PA
   Company Phone Number: 465-7530   Stock Exchange / Ticker: VPIG
   VPIG is expected to report next financial results on November 14, 2022.


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