Hi-Tech Crime Solutions Ends the New Year With Over 100,000 New Customers
ATLANTA, Dec. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — In 2011 Hi-Tech Crime Solutions (OTC: SPFM) gained over 100,000 new customers between its products such as SPOOFEM.COM, LocatePC and AmIHackerProof.com; its books like How To Become The Worlds No. 1 Hacker; and websites and services like NationalCyberSecurity.com, National Cyber Security Radio, Nerds N Style, Stolen Computer Alert and iSpy uSpy.
With the purchase of LIGATT Security International, products combined with the SPOOFEM.com product line, making HTCS a powerhouse source when it comes to true Hi-Tech Crime Solutions.
“There is no feeling like inventing a product and service from just an idea to development to customers’ hands around the world,” says former FBI Agent and now Chairman of the Board of Hi-Tech Crime Solutions, Gregory Scott.
According to Hi-Tech Crime Solutions stats, Google Android App Market Place stats and Apple Apps Store stats, HTCS has customers in over 200 countries on every continent in the world. Our National Cyber Security Apple App alone has thousands of readers from over 20 different countries.
“Our goal in 2012 will be to have over half a million new customers,” says Scott.
Hi-Tech Crime Solutions is currently developing a product that can help combat cyber bullying not just for kids but for adults as well. Scott says this is a unique product. “We will live up to our new name Hi-Tech Crimes Solutions”.
***This press release was done in-house by a Hi-Tech Crime Solutions staff member.***
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