Major Legal Services Company Starts to Accept Bitcoin Payments

Lawyer.com is a leading directory and Lawyer matching service headquartered in Basking Ridge, New Jersey and Easton, Pennsylvania.

Lawyer.com members now have a new way to pay. The online lawyer-match directory now accepts Bitcoin payments, allowing for faster, cheaper transactions. The new service is now offered with a 10% savings to Lawyer.com members and potential clients.

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As an industry leader, Lawyer.com hopes to transform the way consumers purchase online services. Lawyer.com CEO, Gerry Gorman, says the decentralized currency offers lower processing fees for consumers and Lawyer.com:

“Bitcoins will account for $20 billion in payments in 2015 and the number of user wallets has doubled to 10 million worldwide in the last year. Bitcoin transactions reduce our costs, improve transaction speed and provide full billing transparency. In return, we can offer our services at significant savings.”

The Company is now offering 10% off all services to anyone who pays with Bitcoin. With this, the company also enables Bitcoin transaction savings passed on to their customers. Company members using the Bitcoin payment option can now enjoy 10% savings on all services.

The entry Premium Membership fee of $99 per month is now $89 per month for Bitcoin users.

Lawyer.com signed partnerships with both Coinbase.com and Bitpay.com to be their processors when dealing with bitcoin. Premium Members now can easily sign up for a free and secure with the top processors in the industry.

The company does not offer self-legal help, free forms or legal news. It focuses on attracting visitors who need a lawyer immediately and quickly connecting them to a top qualified professional.

Now that Bitcoin rates are hovering close to $300, the digital currency is gaining worldwide popularity and big companies have been showing a sudden interest. The latest Lawyer.com announcement shows that the company doesn’t want to miss a slice from this new industry.

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