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Affiliates: Don't Promote Latif's Auto Mass Traffic-He' s A Certified Commission Thief

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by myapps43, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. myapps43

    myapps43 Regular Member

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    This is an email I sent to Latif although I doubt he will respond:

    "Latif: You are F*CKED UP. Here I am trying to promote your product Auto Mass Traffic through my affiliate link. Because a lot of Clickbank vendors are not trustworthy, I decided to sign up for your free report via my affiliate link. To my surprise, the order page I clicked on via the follow-up email you sent states rapidmasstraffic is affiliate and not me. What happened to my tracking cookie YOU THIEF. I am sending a copy of this email to clickbank support to lodge my complaint against you. Its because of LOW LIFE's like you that affiliates struggle to make commissions. I plan on posting this on a major forum about untrustworthy Clickbank vendors to stop promoting any of your products. I promise I will make you the poster child all across cyberspace as an untrustworthy Clickbank vendor."

    I copied Clickbank support on the above email but I highly doubt they will do anything. Latif somehow deleted my tracking cookie because usually if someone signs up for a free report or giveaway through your affiliate and the person subsequently buys, you get credit for it. I highly suggest anyone at BHW promoting CB products with email capture pages do what I did. Sign up for any free reports or giveaways through your affiliate link and wait for any subsequent email from them. Once you get the email, click link then click on order link. When the order page opens check the bottom to see who is the registered affiliate. If the vendor is trustworthy then your affiliate ID should show up. What's hilarious is that in his Auto Mass Traffic video, he wonders why his traffic and sales dropped so much? Its because affiliates got hip to this SCAMSTER and stopped promoting his products. Any other thoughts BHW?
     
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  2. cbnoob

    cbnoob Senior Member

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    may losing 75% of his work to another guys makes him feel crazy
     
  3. spamtastic

    spamtastic Newbie

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    ^^ thanks for the headsup. I was checking this out too but ima give it a wide berth :D
     
  4. realsavoy

    realsavoy Newbie

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    Oh my god i thought he was a respected author.. Spread this msg all over the web.. Let him bury himself in shame.:deal:
     
  5. Bross

    Bross Senior Member

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    Clickbank don't give a shit. That's why I don't promote the garbage in the digital marketplace.

    I complained once.. stole thousands of affiliates commissions.. it was 6 months ago. They replied me that they contacted the vendor.
     
  6. onlineventures

    onlineventures Junior Member

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    Thats a very sneaky trick. Thanks dude for warning as all.

    Also sometimes I wonder why clickbank does not do something to check this kind of commission steating by the vendors.
     
  7. OTrap

    OTrap Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    That's unfortunate. He actually used to be pretty legit.

    There are so many vendors, it would be a LOT of work.