NEW YORK, Apr. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Breathe eCig Corp. (OTCQB: BVAP) ("Breathe" or "the Company"), the electronic cigarette industry innovator and pioneer, has today announced that the Company has fully repaid and retired the convertible note ("the note") held by JMJ Financial ("JMJ") for the principal amount of $25,000 USD. On February 05, 2015, Breathe borrowed $25,000 USD from JMJ when the Company had accumulated bills relating to the process of completing the acquisition (most notably costs associated with auditing the financials). Including accrued interest and contractual buyout premiums, the note was officially retired for a one time cash payment of $27,500 USD. Therefore, there will be absolutely no share conversions owed to JMJ in conjunction with this note and the corresponding debt has been removed from the Company's balance sheet.
Breathe CEO Mr. Josh Kimmel stated, "The Company is fully committed to repaying the modest amount of convertible debt that it assumed while launching its exciting business. While these convertible notes can be quite dilutive if allowed to convert, the Company is mindful of such potential consequences and will always act with the best interests of shareholders at heart. The Company is pleased with its progress in building its fundamentals and looks forward to capitalizing on a large market opportunity."
About BREATHE ECIG CORP. (OTCQB: BVAP):
Breathe was founded in 2012 as a research and development company in Knoxville, Tennessee with the mission to develop a better e-cigarette than was available on the market. Now holding multiple patents (pending) for its groundbreaking product, BVAP, Breathe is not your typical e-cig manufacturer. With a commitment to remaining socially responsible through innovative product development, consumer outreach and education, Breathe challenges the e-cig industry establishment. To find out more, visit www.breathecig.com.
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