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CCBill Becomes FSC Member

Diane Duke

Free Speech Coalition (FSC) is proud to announce that payment processing company CCBill has joined as its newest member.

“CCBill has been a leader in industry payment processing for many years, and FSC is very happy to announce their membership,” said FSC Executive Director Diane Duke. “Particularly, at this time, when there are many challenges that affect revenue for the entire industry, we are thrilled to have the support of CCBill. Clearly, as a company, CCBill supports the industry by providing reliable payment processing options – and now, they are supporting FSC’s efforts to meet the challenges facing adult industry businesses.”

CCBill is a leader in global online payment processing, providing solutions for more than 30,000 websites since 1998.

“We have always been and remain committed to helping businesses in this industry be successful. Our merchants know first-hand how committed we are to protecting their operations and the support FSC provides to the greater online community is right in line with this philosophy. We are proud to be one of the coalition’s members and look forward to continuing the relationship,” said Jake Powers, VP of e-commerce for CCBill.

The company also co-hosts the online trade show The Phoenix Forum, which has been a long-time favorite event for many online adult professionals and companies.

At this year’s Phoenix Forum, held from March 29 to April 1, FSC’s Duke participated in two panel discussions and successfully networked with many FSC members and representatives from online industry businesses.

“FSC could not continue ‘to fight the good fight’ on behalf of the adult industry without the support of our members,” Duke said. “We appreciate our members’ support, and we welcome CCBill.”

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