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Jack Chang

Mr. Chang is SVP of Global Payout, Inc. He is an inventor, a businessman & an entrepreneur with business, marketing & technology experience.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Financial Services
  • Location San Diego, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded May 2009
  • Employees 10
  • Website

Company Summary

Global Payout, Inc. (OTC: PK - GOHE) is based in San Diego and was launched in July 2009. The company currently has 10 employees. The company's business is in prepaid debit cards and eWallets (Electronic Funds Transfer payment system gateways) services. After 4 years of planning and development effort, Global Payout is metamorphosing to a widely horizontally integrated payment system business geared for the global business space.


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    James Hancock

    Mr. Hancock is an entrepreneur that held CEO, COO, CFO positions in telecom, manufacturing, investment banking and payment industry companies in the past.

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    Gil Hooper

    Mr. Hooper, an international payments sales and marketing professional, brings with him an extensive resume including international banking, debit card issuing and processing, eWallet systems, cross border remittance and mobile payment applications.

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    William Rochfort
    EVP - Marketing & Sales

    Mr. Rochfort has Twenty-five years of executive sales & global sales, marketing and operational experience in new and established markets for direct, indirect (channel partners), and government divisions.
    He has extensive experience in developing and managing National Account prospects through strategic account management processes and new technology product development.

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    Joseph Sebo

    Past experience includes 14 years with New York Stock Exchange Member firms E.F. Hutton, as well as Prudential-Bache Securities. At E.F. Hutton, Joe Sebo was an assistant manager of a 30-person office and was also training supervisor, training registered representatives and Prudential insurance agents, and later with the Prudential-Bache Brokerage Alliance Program he established a satellite securities office at the Bank of La Costa.