Poverty Dignified Inc. (OTCMKTS:PVDG) Announces Partnership, Trades Higher.

Shares of Poverty Dignified Inc. (OTCMKTS:PVDG) are trading higher in Wednesday’s morning session. As of 12:15 PVDG are up 26% at .025 adding .005 on the day. Potential pivot points to keep an eye on are .027 and .035 above and .017 and .016 below. Volume is already over its 30 day average of 47 million shares a day. PVDG has been on a slide since being a huge winner in February. The stock needs to get through this .027 area to keep going. It may be worth putting on your watchlist to see if it can head back to its highs.

Poverty Dignified, Inc. soon to be renamed as VirExit Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK:PVDG) has partnered with the Medical Wellness Association (MWA) and the Family Hygiene Institute to professionally review and endorse products used for safety and hygiene.

The release says:

As a diversified company that is launching their Safer Place Marketplace for both business and consumer safety and hygiene products, VirExit Technologies has partnered with MWA to ensure all products found on the Safer Place Marketplace have a full certificate of review.

“We understand the importance of hygiene and safety during this difficult time,” said James C. Katzaroff, President and CEO, Poverty Dignified, Inc. “Our team has researched and studied the real impact of removing harmful airborne weapons from our environments. In partnering with the Medical Wellness Association, we are ensuring that all products on our Safer Place Marketplace will carry their third party, an independent seal of approval. This is simply another way we can look out for our customers, our families, and our world.”

The Medical Wellness Association review will ensure that all products sourced by VirExit enhance safety, in all categories, for all users, whether at home, at work, traveling, or in a school environment. Having the MWA Certificate of Review is akin to a “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval” but in the medical, wellness, and safety spaces.

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