Buyer Group International, Inc. (BYRG.PK) Executes $13.5 Million Commitment to Purchase Interest Backed By Worldwide Receipts of Film Library Including New Feature Motion Picture "Blood Will Tell"

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Upon execution of a Term Sheet Buyer Group International, Inc. receives commitment to purchase interest in projects.

Buyer Group International, Inc., (“BYRG.PK”) September 28, 2011 announces execution of documents with private parties committing to purchase $13.5 Million in share interest backed by worldwide receipts and ancillary rights of 12 existing Films and a new theatrical film “Blood Will Tell”, a major motion picture for worldwide theatrical release, with the first $500k expected in four to six weeks.

Secondary to selling interest in its projects, BYRG.PK has initiated a share exchange and buyback program for both active and street shareholders already recovering a total of 30.5 Billion shares with an approximate 2.8 Billion left to re-purchase or exchange. It is expected BYRG will be able to buyback most of its outstanding shares with an additional 2 Billion in exchanges pending, leaving less than a Billion outstanding.

In addition to the share exchanges, BYRG.PK plans to offer a 20% or a 6:5 exchange of preferred shares for common shares backed by worldwide receipts of Blood Will Tell and its library of films. Shareholders of the date of record, expected to be November 5 and subject to change, will receive the exchange and a 20% boost in dollar value of their shares, pending regulatory approval.

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