RIVERSIDE, Calif., Aug. 14, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ingen Technologies Inc. (OTC:IGNT), (http://ingen-tech.com) a holding company of two subsidiaries announces today that it has come to a settlement agreement of the $2.4M Judgment with the court appointed liquidation firm, PwC Corporate Finance and Recovery (Cayman) Limited.
On August 13, 2013 a Term Sheet was filed with the Law Firm of REID | COLLINS | TSAI, LLP representing PwC Corporate Finance and Recovery (Cayman) Limited. Ingen has settled the $2.4M Judgment for $300,000. The third party investor will assume the debt.
The Company's medical division is showing promise with Government Purchases, and the new Telecom Division, ATMC Inc., has seen a spike in revenues generated through the recent contracts with global giants such as TATA Communications and China Unicom.
"The settlement with the $2.4M judgment comes at a very good time as the company is growing its sales and revenues with both subsidiaries. The judgment ends the saga of dilution with any of our shares, and removes a heavy burden off of our operations as we continue to experience positive growth. The company can now move forward and file the 10-KSB to go back to being fully reporting," stated Gary B. Tilden, Chairman.
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