The company's aim is to improve traffic conversion, a continuing challenge in the industry.
"Credit card processing has always been the main method of billing for adult pay sites," said Rebecca DeForest, owner and CEO of Adult Revenue Service. "Most people in Europe don't have a credit card, and that makes it very difficult to have them as customers. We were leaving quite a bit of money on the table, and we're excited to be able to offer a more viable solution to converting European traffic."
Adult Revenue Service now can accept preferred methods of payment from each of the European markets. The company said the solution is not a dialer, and each sale made by an affiliate will draw the same commission as a credit card sign-up.
Adult Revenue Service has launched a new site every week since early November 2007 and plans to continue until all 52 of its latest sites have been launched.
Along with paying $50-75 per sale during the first week of each new site, Adult Revenue Service offers $35 per sign-up on $4.99 trials.
For more information, visit AdultRevenueService.com.