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Tamino Minerals, Inc. Provides Update on Arbitration Case

Toronto, Canada – “Tamino” or the “Company” -OTC Markets: TINO-October 12, 2021, is pleased to announce that Mr. Dale Barlage has been properly served in the State of Arizona. As mentioned in the September 10, 2021 press release the Company is seeking relief in order to proceed and drill the Las Amalias Project located in Northern Mexico. Our audience has played an important role on informing us regarding important aspects that have taken place recently regarding this case. In the past Mr. Barlage was a Registered Broker at Morgan Stanley, a Manhattan based Investment Banking Company with extensive Market Experience.

Currently Mexican mining authorities are operating at a very slow pace due to the pandemic, but we have been assured that operations will soon be restored to its normal status.

The fact that Minerales Tamino SA de CV filed a complaint with the Fiscalia General de la Republica in a very opportune fashion, denotes that the Mexican government must abide to mining law and assist us in properly completing our exploration program.

Mexico has a mining history in excess of 500 years and has welcomed foreign investment for several decades. We will continue to provide additional information on the Status of this Arbitration Case. Our Exploration activities on the other 2 projects will proceed as planned.

Here to Serve Holding Corp. was compensated a total of 40 million common shares of TINO, and it has been instrumental in assisting us in the completion of this pivotal aspects in order to successfully develop our projects.


TAMINO MINERALS INC. is exploring for gold deposits within a prolific gold producing geologic state, Sonora.

On behalf of the Board,

Pedro Villagran-Garcia, President & CEO

Tamino Minerals, Inc.


For further information, please contact the Company at 1-307-212-4657 or by email at


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