AlertPay Joins on as ASACP Title Sponsor

LOS ANGELES — The ASACP has announced that AlertPay.com has become its newest title sponsor.

“Ensuring that our adult accounts are compliant is a top priority at AlertPay.com,” said Elsworth Weekes, director of operations at AlertPay.com.

“Therefore, financially supporting the ASACP goes without saying.”

The financial support provided by AlertPay.com includes additional funding, which will allow ASACP's vice president of technology and forensic research Tim Henning to attend the upcoming Internext Expo in Las Vegas.

AlertPay.com is an all-in-one Internet-based payment platform specializing in business-to-consumer, business-to-employee, consumer-to-consumer and business-to-business payments.

AlertPay.com has a presence in more than 190 countries, supports 23 currencies and offers a variety of e-wallet funding and withdrawal options.

“Having an association as dedicated as the ASACP is fundamental in making sure our children continue to be protected and our websites stay regulated,” Weekes said.

“We are pleased to welcome AlertPay.com as our newest title sponsor,” ASACP CEO Joan Irvine said.

“We are grateful to the company for its commitment to online child protection and its support of ASACP. During these challenging economic times, it’s more important than ever for companies such as AlertPay.com to step forward and lend their financial support to the vital cause of protecting the children from age-inappropriate material on the Internet."

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