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Adult Ad Networks, Adult CPA Networks, Paypal.... Who's Bull$hitting?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BIGBIGBIGMamas, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. BIGBIGBIGMamas

    BIGBIGBIGMamas Power Member

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    So I've often wondered over the years, how is it that ad networks like Juicy, Exoclick,Plugrush (and MANY others) have been able to make payouts to affiliates and Publishers for years, whereas other networks claim they can't due to Paypal's policies?

    Somebody's full of $hit. There is NO way a company like Juicy could 'slide under the radar' with such huge transaction volume for years and never get noticed by Paypal if this truly were the case. Hell they even recently just lowered the payout threshold.

    I'm not not buying it.
     
  2. black101

    black101 Supreme Member

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    when you get paid from a adult network, for example you get paid from plugrush, you get paid from JMT Nordic SA with website jmtnordic.no

    so they just open a media company and make payments with it
     
  3. BIGBIGBIGMamas

    BIGBIGBIGMamas Power Member

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    So why don't all these other networks Like CrakRev (and countless others) just simply do the same if it's that simple?

    They need to quit being cheap and making excuses for why they can't. It's the very reason why I stopped pushing traffic to many of them.

    Paxum, Payoneer and all of these other substandard processing companies suck and have the audacity to charge for debit cards that aren't even excepted everywhere like Paypal's business debit card.

    Paypal is still better than all of them combined.

     
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  4. black101

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    paxum card cost $50 per year, its the same price for any other credit cards, paypal card is not available for all country, and payoneer the card is free
     
  5. BIGBIGBIGMamas

    BIGBIGBIGMamas Power Member

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    Since when is paying $50 annually a 'deal'?
    I have (2) Paypal business debit cards that I KNOW will work anywhere +cost me $0. How do the others compare?

    Paxum f'n SUCKS HUGE BALLS! I have that card and to have pay $50 annually for a card that charges $1 for every transaction (as well as .50 cent for every unsuccessful transaction is crazy) That's 50 domains I could buy.

    On top of all of that, it DOES NOT work at every location where Mastercard is accepted (unlike both of my Paypal cards)

    I have a Payoneer account as well, however I do not have their card. May look into it (if it's free)
    What I hate about Payoneer though as a service is all the waiting. Contrary to Paypal payout is much faster. No 2-3 day crap.

    As far Paypal not being accepted every place else in the world, I am aware. It's accepted in mine (USA) and that's all that concerns me.

    At the end of the day all of the networks I am associated with, Paypal is accepted in their respectful countries. So there are no real excuses there.

    Paypal IS the standard and they just need to get a Paypal payout option along with Paxum, Payoneer and all the other crappy services they use...



    [​IMG] Originally Posted by black101 [​IMG]
    paxum card cost $50 per year, its the same price for any other credit cards, paypal card is not available for all country, and payoneer the card is free




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  6. BIGBIGBIGMamas

    BIGBIGBIGMamas Power Member

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    ***duplicate***....................................
     
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