VANCOUVER, BC /ACCESSWIRE/June 7, 2022/ The Power Play by The Market Herald announced the publication of a new interview with Hank Payments Corp on their latest news.

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Hank Payments Corp (TSXV: HANK) Signs Five-Year Enterprise License Agreement

The Market Herald, Tuesday, June 7, 2022, Image from press release

Hank Payments Corp (HANK) has signed a five-year license agreement with a US consumer payment management company. The client will use the Hank Payments platform and industry-leading proprietary software to manage its consumer registration and service components. Michael Hilmer, Chairman and CEO of Hank, sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the deal.
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