Nearly 50% of Online Users in the US Will Buy a Digital Coupon This Year. Will You Make Any Money Off Them? PayMeOn Makes it Easy to Earn “Social Income”

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HLM PayMeOn, Inc., the Company that allows its members to create social income™ by referring deals, today announced the creation of its “PayMeOn anchor payment system”.

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“we expect that members will be anxious to invite as many of their contacts as possible so that they may be anchored to them before they become anchored to other members.” - Blake R. Ruderman

HLM PayMeOn, Inc., a subsidiary of MMAX Media, Inc. (otcbb and otcqb: MMAX) and the Company that allows its members to create social income™ by referring deals, today announced the creation of its “PayMeOn anchor payment system”. Members can now invite their friends, family and associates to join PayMeOn using the Company’s new invitation system. Once a person joins PayMeOn from a member invitation, they are permanently “anchored” to the member that invited them. From then on, anytime the invited member makes a purchase of any deal, the member to whom they’re anchored earns a percentage of the payout assigned to the deal.

According to Blake R. Ruderman, co-founder and VP of Marketing, “our members are very happy to earn the payout amounts associated with deals every time somebody they share a deal with purchases. However, they also want to be paid when that person makes a purchase directly from PayMeOn in the future. We agree with that philosophy, so we created the anchor payment system.

Becoming “anchored” is simple. Members simply visit http://www.paymeon.com, login and then follow the "invite friends" tab and use the invitation system to invite new members. The invitation system allows members to invite people “one at a time” or “all at once” by inviting their entire “contacts database”.

Ruderman continued, “we expect that members will be anxious to invite as many of their contacts as possible so that they may be anchored to them before they become anchored to other members.”

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