Conotoxia, Inc. now authorized in 37 US states

Conotoxia , Inc. a subsidiary of the Cinkciarz corporate group has received state regulatory approval in Alaska, Illinois, North Carolina, Minnesota, Ohio, Texas and Virginia. The company is now authorized to transact business in 37 US States and is continuing the application process of securing all 50 States and the District of Columbia.

Conotoxia has acquired recent regulatory approval from seven additional states. Usually a lengthy process, having secured 37 states in under a year is unprecedented. The company continues to meet its objectives and time frames and looks forward to providing an alternate money transfer platform to consumers in America. This currently amounts to the company possessing approval in 81% in terms of land area, 62% of the population, and 74% of the 50 states.

The 37 states with regulatory clearance are: Texas, Illinois, Alaska, North Carolina, Minnesota, Virginia, Wyoming, Washington, Oregon, Kentucky, North Dakota, Nebraska, Utah, Michigan, Rhode Island, Ohio, Oklahoma, Connecticut, West Virginia, Tennessee, New Hampshire, Arkansas, Maine, Arizona, Delaware, Wisconsin, Iowa, Mississippi, Indiana, Kansas, Florida, New Mexico, South Dakota, Alabama, Missouri, Montana and South Carolina.

Conotoxia, Inc. will provide money transfer services to US citizens. A seamless and systemized global software process ensures a rapid execution speed and the safety of client funds. Conotoxia, Inc. is a subsidiary of the Cinkciarz corporate group.

Contact: 

Kalina Stawiarz

Marketing & PR Manager

k.stawiarz@cinkciarz.pl

+48 726 666 644

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Cinkciarz is a repeat winner of the global Bloomberg Rankings. The currency exchange company was named Player of the Year 2016 by Forbes magazine. The CEO of Cinkciarz, Marcin Pioro, was awarded Best Manager 2015 by Bloomberg Businessweek Poland. Reuters described the company as dominant in the Polish currency exchange market. The event that gathered the most attention from the media was the signing of the sponsorship contract with the NBA team, the Chicago Bulls.

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