Newest ASACP Corporate Sponsor

Bob Johnson

LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) has announced as its newest corporate sponsor.

“Teaming up with the ASACP was a no brainer for us,” SendJoinsGetPaid’s affiliate and sales manager, Chase B. said. “We’ve always been big advocates of the work they’ve done and getting an opportunity to work with them to help keep the Internet safe is something we’re very excited about.”

ASACP said SendJoinsGetPaid operates several Internet properties, including amateur affiliate program Revenge Bucks. The company features a diverse portfolio of niche websites ranging from non-nude to 18 and over teen models, from mature to transsexual and gay sites.

Chase B. noted that the start of the New Year brought with it opportunities for new partnerships. He said, “Of course we are always welcoming new affiliates to our growing group of programs, but we are also always looking to expand our partnerships with other companies and organizations such as the ASACP. Anything that we can do to help the industry grow and become safer for everyone involved is something we are excited to take part in. We are looking forward to this partnership with ASACP and hope that this is just the beginning of a great working relationship.”

ASACP said it assists digital media companies in making better internal policy decisions based upon resources such as a formal Code of Ethics and market segment-specific Best Practices, along with tools including the Restricted To Adults (RTA) website label, which works with parental filtering controls on modern web browsers to prevent minors accessing adult oriented content.

“SendJoinsGetPaid is a great example of a forward-looking company seeking to do the right thing by taking a stance in the battle to protect children online,” ASACP executive director Tim Henning said. “It is through the generous, continued support of our sponsors, members and contributors that ASACP is able to carry on its mission of keeping children out of and away from age-inappropriate materials.”

For more information on ASACP contact Henning at