NetworkNewsBreaks – Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions (REFG) Expands its Reach Within the Legalized Cannabis Sector

Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions (OTC: REFG), through its Green FinCEN-compliant processing system, is providing the legalized marijuana industry an alternative to traditional banking A recent article discussing the company reads: “Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions (OTC: REFG) has expanded its presence in the legalized cannabis space from its core Green FinCEN-compliant processing system, which creates a digital and cashless way for dispensaries and other legalized merchants to do business outside of the traditional banking system. Online signup has generated more applications for Green, according to REFG (http://nnw.fm/KElm1).”

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About Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions

Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions engages in providing end-to-end management, across multiple management systems, for medicinal marijuana operations. Many medicinal marijuana companies have experienced such rapid growth that they are finding it difficult to manage all aspects of their operation. In order to become a successful and compliant medicinal marijuana operation, effective management must depend on many different systems. REFG solves the fragmentation problem by identifying tools that are important to dispensaries, and customizing those tools specifically catered to the industry. The company strives to create awareness within the medicinal marijuana industry and to develop an environmentally friendly, economically sustainable business while increasing shareholder value. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Take.green

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