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SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Schimatic Cash Transactions Network.com, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SCTN), D.B.A. IC One, Inc., a Florida corporation with offices in Los Angeles and Salt Lake City, Monday announced that the company's President and Chief Executive Officer Skip Bennett is being featured in an interview with the WallStreetReporter.com.

Log on to www.wallstreetreporter.com to access the August 9, 1999 interview.

This is part of IC One's continuing efforts to reinforce its product and market strategy, increase the company's exposure to the public and increase shareholder value. The interview covers all aspects of the company and is highlighted by a discussion focusing on the company's competitive advantages and its recent announcement about its worldwide partnerships.

IC One has a sweeping patent for using loyalty applications on chip-based integrated smart cards or any mobile device, and is developing a multi-language touch screen, Internet-enabled kiosk for cash transfer, ATM functions, e-mail, video conferencing and Internet shopping. IC One is building a complete open smart card architecture solution, supported by a robust back-end data management system, powered by an IBM (NYSE: IBM - news) DB/2 database.

Wall Street Reporter is the premier information source for professional investors seeking successful new investment ideas. Their in-depth interviews are geared towards sophisticated investors who demand an unbiased, unscripted, first-hand perspective that enables them to make informed investment decisions. In December 1996 Wall Street Reporter became the first Internet site to feature daily CEO interviews. Since that time they have conducted over 3000 interviews, including interviews with Microsoft, Corel, Sybase, and Prodigy, which have been heard by more than two million investors worldwide.

Further information can be accessed via two web sites: www.icone.com and www.sctn.com, by contacting IC One at (801) 355-0066, 205 West 700 South, 2nd Floor, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101-2736 or by writing IC One Vice-President of Marketing Doug Lloyd at dlloyd@icone.com.



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