HUMBL Responds to Recent Seeking Alpha Article
San Diego, California, Dec. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tesoro Enterprises, Inc. (OTCMKT: TSNP) shareholders have been requesting that the company respond to the recent attack on HUMBL that was disseminated by Seeking Alpha, a for-profit entity seeking to market its own services like stock picks and promotion. Tesoro/HUMBL management are fully supportive of anybody’s right to free speech and opinion. We are also supportive of anybody’s right to make their investing decisions based on the opinion of Seeking Alpha’s, “Gold Panda,” an anonymous Bulgarian cyber-blogger, who not only criticizes HUMBL, but blockchain technology in general. Therefore, we will not comment on the credibility of the Seeking Alpha article but invite accredited journalists and financial analysts to discuss our endeavors with us.
About HUMBL, Inc.
The mission of HUMBL, Inc. is to deliver more seamless digital pairing experiences for consumers and merchants in the global economy. The HUMBL platform includes the HUMBL® Mobile App, HUMBL Hubs™ Merchant Software and the HUMBL Marketplace.
The HUMBL® Mobile App delivers more seamless global transactions, by integrating multiple currencies, payment methods and financial services into one-click for the customer, beyond primarily US only mobile wallet providers such as Zelle® and Venmo®.
The HUMBL Hubs™ merchant software and point-of-sale (POS) pairs customers and merchants together to use contactless payment technologies, helping merchants in majority cash economies to do things like accept debit cards, credit cards and USD stablecoins from HUMBL® mobile wallet users.
The HUMBL Marketplace will connect customers and merchants online, in improved global commerce, deal discovery and HUMBL Pay merchant checkout programs.
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