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3 leads, 20 downloads

Discussion in 'CPA' started by kretonac, Mar 21, 2014.

  1. kretonac

    kretonac Newbie

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    Got file hosted on Mediafire, and locked with survey, in my stats there are only few leads, and in Mediafire stats file is downloaded over 20 times.
    Is there any logical explanation for this, or way to bypass survey to get the download link?
     
  2. black101

    black101 Supreme Member

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    how did you lock it?
     
  3. kretonac

    kretonac Newbie

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    What do you mean, made File locker (network is CPALead)
     
  4. bihguy

    bihguy Power Member

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    You CPALead ling and Media Fire link are 2 different links. If someone bypasses the survey (which is your CPALead link) and shares it with some people he will share the Media Fire link.
     
  5. black101

    black101 Supreme Member

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    so you uploaded a file to mediafire, locked the link via cpalead?

    like what said bihguy, someone went through the survey, copied the mediafire link and then he shared it.
     
  6. Sandr0G

    Sandr0G Junior Member

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    Your leads could have shared the mediafire link with other people.
     
  7. kretonac

    kretonac Newbie

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    Y, probably that is most likely scenario that happened, any way to prevent this, thank you for your answers.
     
  8. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    Password protect the content and change the password often.

    Give the current password and the download URL after the survey.

    Wont stop the download, but it will stop most of the sharing.
     
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  9. watsonovedades

    watsonovedades Senior Member

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    better create a file named PASSWORD.txt and add a second lock to it?
    it could work