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Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by eurusd, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. eurusd

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    Thank you for writing to the Amazon.com Associates Program with yourconcerns. I apologize you are having problems logging into your account. In researching this issue, it appears that your Associates account was closed for violating the Service and Agreement terms. Amazon.com takes appropriate measures to ensure that you are correctly credited for the traffic and transactions you send to Amazon.com through your Associate links. We do not tolerate methods that work to "intercept" your traffic and unfairly credit resultstransactions to another Associate ID or entity. Please know that we will rigorously investigate such situations and remedy them as quickly as possible. Although we can not always disclose the details of our investigations, they are fast, thorough, and fair, with the final goal being to ensure, to the best of our ability, that you receive credit for the legitimate transactions you send. If you know of any Associate who is using unfair practices to intercept other Associate traffic, please e-mail associates@amazon.com. I hope this information is helpful. Thank you for participating in the Associates Program. Please let us know if this e-mail resolved your question:


    makes you think about anti cs techniques
     
  2. eurusd

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    i really dont understand yet, how did they manage to find this out :(((
    i did not use direct link
    and used ip uniq tagging to cs....

    maybe some one reported

    anyone works with amazon ok?
     
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