A Little Question


Sep 3, 2010
So basically I use a CPA Network (that allows fake content) to promote files that do not exist. I don't want to get into any legal trouble so I added something telling the visitor that they are agreeing to the terms and conditions before they download. The terms and conditions basically say that the file isn't real and it is for fantasy purposes. I was wondering if it would still be 'fraud' when it clearly states that the file isn't real.
It's not really possible in this situation, but would adding the terms and conditions help?
I think it's a crappy method and you would be better finding one that added something positive to society. I wouldn't offer any help in this situation... sorry.
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