Financial Announcement: Auto Parts 4 Less (FLES) Substantial Debt Standstill Agreements

Today the tech e-commerce automotive parts seller, Auto Parts 4 Less Group, Inc. (FLES) announced substantial debt standstill agreements that will secure the lock up of almost all convertible debt of about $15M into preferred share structures common stock with a two-year lock-up, or standstill agreements. These agreements are effective through the end of 2024 and include its major note holders.

Christopher Davenport, Auto Parts 4 Less CEO stated, “We are committed to leveraging these milestones to drive value for our shareholders and our customers.”

About Auto Parts 4 Less Group Inc.:

Auto Parts 4 Less Group Inc. (OTC: FLES) is a leading online marketplace for automotive parts, operating AutoParts4Less.com and LiftKits4Less.com. The Company is dedicated to providing a diverse range of high-quality automotive parts and accessories to customers in the jeep, truck, and off-road enthusiast market. With a focus on growth and innovation, Auto Parts 4 Less Group Inc. aims to be a top destination for automotive parts and accessories.

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Financial Announcement: Auto Parts 4 Less (FLES) Substantial Debt Standstill Agreements

Ashlee Vogenthaler

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