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Am I allowed to do this/Will I get in trouble?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by turbopugsleylx, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. turbopugsleylx

    turbopugsleylx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey guys....

    I am thinking about promoting a product that has good gravity and good landing page the only issue I don't like about it is that they have a opt in box on the front page (and then a button to buy it at the bottom)

    Would I be able to/allowed to create and host an identical sales page as the one for this product only the opt in box goes to me and not them...and then at the bottom have the pay button forward onto the clickbank purchase page (where you enter your cc info) just like it normally would on the original sales page...

    I like their sales page and its proven but I want the opt in emails and keep them for myself....

    any ideas or thoughts on CB rules for this?
     
  2. tacopalypse

    tacopalypse Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i dont think cb would care as long as the vendor didn't complain

    you're not getting paid for the vendor's opt-ins so stealing them for yourself wouldn't be fraudulent in any way.
     
  3. savvypro

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    Stephen Pierce stated in a very old issue of a email newsletter, that whenever he found a quality product, that had a very poor sales letter. He would create his own sales letter, host it on his site and send all his traffic there.

    His sales letter would point directly to the clickbank check out page (using the checkout link as on the original sales letter) bypassing the seller.

    You may need to test it out to see if you still get credited for the sale.
     
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  4. turbopugsleylx

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    How hard would it be to copy a sales page and make a new one?
     
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    Ok guys...well I copied the entirelanding page for the product including all the folders their site contains and uploaded it to my hosting...question...since when a person clicks on the buy button it goes to the clickbank purchase page correctly (like it should) and everything checks out like it should....BUT as you can imagine when the sale comes thru wont CB see it came from a different landing page/site than the product is supposed to come from?

    Is this a bad thing...will this be an issue?
     
  6. bezopravin

    bezopravin BANNED BANNED

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    You copied the Landing Page and Folders from their Site?

    I think that you are Much Interested in that Product. Congrats!



    All you need is to Upload the Index File to Your Root Folder and Change Some Hyperlinks in it If Needed.

    Note: Double Confirm Before you Start Cloning Their Site. Cos It may lead to Violation.

    Good Luck!:rock:
     
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