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GainClients, Inc. Files Technology Patent Application

TUCSON, Ariz., Jan. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GainClients, Inc. (OTC: GCLT), announced that on July 3, 2013 it filed a U.S. Patent Application for its Lead Generation and Marketing Network. The patent application specifically relates to the business flow of its real estate lead generation marketing network under the product name SikkU.

The company filed a U.S. Provisional Patent Application on July 30, 2012 and has since modified the application to include additional network layers relating to customer usage levels. The software service allows professional users to invite consumers and other real estate professionals to be a part of their network, share leads, and provide consumers with real estate, lending, and title services and information creating professional teams and professional connections with consumers.

"SikkU's technology platform uses a lead generation and marketing network approach that is unique and provides an exclusive business flow for our clients. Our IP set opens the door to an expanding market niche that differentiates us from the current industry leaders in the real estate search space," stated Ray Desmond, CEO/President of GainClients.

The company also filed a Copyright Registration in June of 2012 with the U.S. Copyright Office for the SikkU software code.

About GainClients, Inc.
GainClients, Inc. is currently trading on the OTC Market Pink Sheets under the symbol GCLT.PK. Its primary product, SikkU, is the first lead generation and marketing services of its kind that is integrated with local REALTOR® association data and that is based on a networking platform. The service is available via the web, text and android and iOS applications. Learn more at www.sikku.com.

SOURCE GainClients, Inc.

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