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Chicago, U.S.A. – No one ever said living with a roommate was going to be easy. It might help when it’s time to pay the rent online. But, is your roommate always late with their share of the rent, is their significant other eating all your food, or do you just really appreciate them?
Well, worry no more. WilliamPaid.com, a leading site where any tenant can pay rent online via credit card, debit card or bank account, has now made it possible for roommate relationships to go a bit more smoothly by providing eight original songs that you can share with your roommate(s) via e-mail, Facebook or Twitter. Select a title that just says it all such as “Your Boyfriend is a Freeloader” to “Clean it Up!” to something more positive such as “I Love You Man!”
“As WilliamPaid continues to offer tenants the most flexible and value added platform to pay rent online via credit card, debit card or a bank account, we are also empathetic to the trials and tribulations of roommate relationships,” said Evan Silverman, CEO at WilliamPaid.com. “We thought it would be fun and yes, helpful, to give roommates a unique tool like songs to get an important point across without being too confrontational.”
WilliamPaid.com tapped into the well-known talents of songwriter Geoff Smith to develop the songs. Smith is an independent artist based out of Nashville. His work includes music for Adam Curry’s Daily Source Code and No Agenda Podcasts, This Week in Tech with Leo Laporte, and iJustine’s Ask iJ, featured recently on the Rachael Ray Show.
His catchy pop jingles have been used on spots for Go Daddy, Honda, Mevio, Crayon Marketing, etc. Geoff was a featured guest on Music Business Radio in 2009 and his latest release, ‘That’s Gravity’ is a collection of nine catchy pop songs.