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CyberFuels, Inc Releases Dynamo(TM) Cetane Booster Trial Results

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 -- EncounterCare Solutions, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ECSL) CyberFuels Inc. is pleased to announce test results from JD Holmes Trucking, a customer and independent trucking company, for its Dynamo™ Cetane Booster additive. The Company has been running comparative mileage tests in 11 Semi Tractor Trailers, ranging from a 1998 C-15 Caterpillar Engine 625hp up to 2012 15x15 Cummings including Peterbuilts 389 EGR and 387 Cummings engines. These road tests have been ongoing since the beginning of April, 2014 and comprise of fuel and mileage data gathered from the Trucks on board computers. Initial combined fuel savings in this test indicted very positive results with an average mileage increase for the 11 Semi Rigs used in this test of over 26%.

"As soon as I received the first shipment I added it to all 11 trucks in my fleet to give it a test' said, John David, owner of JD Homes trucking* company based out of Georgia. 'The first thing we noticed was that there was no smoke coming out of the trucks'. The 11 trucks I tested ranged from 1998 to 2012 models and the increase in MPG averaged over 26% in 4 rounds of fill ups. "I can't afford not to use Dynamo and I expect to see even more savings over time due to reduced maintenance costs."

Ron Mills Sr. stated, "I am extremely happy with the results to date, increasing fuel mileage by 26% is very significant and complements the environmental benefits we believe exists with usage of our product. Of course, there can be no guarantee that every customer will have the same effects shown by JD Holmes but our clients seem to agree that the trucks run smoother with a notable increase in torque and decrease in exhaust emissions along with an increase in fuel mileage. We believe other trucking companies will obtain comparative results to JD Homes Trucking, the trickle down economics could be quite significant. With the above stated results I hope to see our Dynamo™ Cetane Booster in every diesel engine.

*JD Homes Trucking test results can be viewed

CyberFuels is in the process of gathering data on the Dynamo™ Octane Booster for gasoline engines. We have had excellent feedback from our customers and expect to have data available soon as our mobile app will be available next month.

About CyberFuels, Inc.:

CyberFuels Singular 96, EMG 96 products offer a seamless, high octane alternative to gasoline.

CyberFuels Singular 96, EMG 96 products can be transported, stored and pumped like regular gasoline and have obtained an "A" anticorrosion rating from multiple independent laboratory tests. Unlike other proposed fuel options, there is no need to retrofit your car's engine.

CyberFuels proprietary products are sold under the brand names Singular 96™, Imperial 96™, EMG 96™, and Noventa y Seis Mas™ and Eco Island Blend™, a hygroscopic (water absorbing) fuel.

The CyberFuels lines of products also include "Dynamo™" brands.

Dynamo™ Gasoline Octane Booster which we believe dramatically improves octane and increases the miles per gallon (mpg). We suggest Dynamo™ Gasoline Octane Booster allows consumers to purchase regular 87 octane gasoline and increase the power and performance of that fuel to equal that of superior high test 93 octane gasoline, by adding a bottle of our Dynamo™ Gasoline Octane Booster to their tank at fill up.

Dynamo™ Diesel Cetane Booster has been to shown to deliver an average Cetane rating over 52 when added to regular diesel fuel at fill up. We believe Dynamo™ Diesel Cetane Booster improves engine performance, power, and increases miles per gallon along with improving cold flow, increasing lubricity and cleaning fuel injectors.

Our opinion is that methanol based fuels are environmentally superior to gasoline, typically releasing 73% less co2 and 68% less heat into the atmosphere than regular gasoline. CyberFuels, "Enhanced Methanol Gasoline" contains 85% methanol, 14% gasoline and 1% CyberFuels patented additive.

Each gallon of the CyberFuels Enhanced Methanol Gasoline has the combination of thermal and "virtual energy" to equal or exceed the performance of all grades of gasoline. The source of the "virtual energy" in the fuel comes from previously wasted heat from combustion. That heat is now utilized to produce increased mechanical energy while the engine discharges less harmful heat to the environment.

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