CreditRiskMonitor 2013 Operating Results

VALLEY COTTAGE, NY—March 7, 2014—CreditRiskMonitor (OTCQX: CRMZ) reported that for the year
ended December 31, 2013 revenues increased 7% to $11.84 million compared to fiscal 2012, while income from operations was $0.62 million versus $0.97 million in the prior year. Cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities at the end of 2013 decreased to $8.05 million from the 2012 year-end balance of $8.15 million.

Jerry Flum, CEO, said, “We’re continuing to follow our long-term business strategy of investing in infrastructure and new data content to make our product more attractive, realizing that while this strategy reduces our profitability in the short-term it will enhance our long-term prospects. Additionally, we continue to be debt-free and our strong balance sheet provides us with financial flexibility to manage our company to achieve our long-term goals.”

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Financial statement from CreditRiskMonitor
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Financial statement from CreditRiskMonitor

Overview
CreditRiskMonitor (http://www.crmz.com) is a web-based publisher of financial information that helps busy corporate credit and procurement professionals stay ahead of and manage risk quickly, productively and accurately. The service offers comprehensive commercial credit reports and analysis covering public companies worldwide in competition with Dun & Bradstreet. Additionally, the Company collects from subscribers more than $100 billion of trade receivable data on both public and a select group of private companies every month. Over 35% of the Fortune 1,000 depend on CreditRiskMonitor's timely news alerts and reports featuring detailed analyses of financial statements, ratio analysis and trend reports, peer analyses, bond agency ratings, as well as the company's proprietary FRISK® scores, which have been proven 95% predictive in anticipating corporate financial stress, including bankruptcy.

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