Extend and Save Up to 25%

Author: John Honovich, Published on Feb 25, 2015

IPVM has added a new feature that allows members to save up to 25% by extending their membership for up to 5 years.

One of the most common problems we hear is the time / complexity of processing paperwork for membership, regardless of the dollar amount. This is especially the case for end users and large companies that cannot do anything without invoices, vendor forms, financial information, etc. This happens again and again, even for annual renewals.

It is a hassle for them as well as us.

Our solution is "extend and save." The savings break down as follows:

Normally, 2 years of a personal membership is $398 ($199 x 2). With the new extend option, you save $39.80.

This works with group membership as well.

Plus it automatically pro-rates your existing payment allowing you to extend anytime.

Whether you want to reduce paperwork or save money, extend and save delivers.

Let us know if you have any questions or feedback.

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