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Anyone doing ringtones?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by namso, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. namso

    namso Registered Member

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    I was thinking of getting into ringtones, cakeslice a page and whatnot. With these offers its usually enter your number, then recieve a pin number in a text and enter it on the next page. In the text thats sent to them with the pin it tells them that they will be charged. Is there anyway to hide the fact that they will be getting charged? Id love to hear from people with experience in this field.
     
  2. mlaaaaaa

    mlaaaaaa Newbie

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    you can apply for premium rate numbers, but people who send sms to than numbers can reconise that these are premium numbers. You can appy for international ones, and these can't be recognised so easy, but payout is lower.
     
  3. namso

    namso Registered Member

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    bump?
     
  4. CSalt2

    CSalt2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    well ya if you frame it it wont show the tos or price if you frame it right but its still going to show the price when they get the txt message
     
  5. markyr17

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    Just a heads up, if you're hiding the price, it is outright fraud, and illegal. I wouldn't recommend doing it.
     
  6. CSalt2

    CSalt2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    please show me the laws and past lawsuits you're using to come to this conclusion

    not that i dont think its possible but those are some pretty hefty claims
     
  7. namso

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    what if you put the terms and conditions on your iframed page but not very prominantly. would there still be a way to getting around the price in the text?
     
  8. overl00rd

    overl00rd Junior Member

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    Not in your wettest dream...
    I'd go with that. Just make sure that the fonts are tiny-weeny til you can only see it with a nuclear microscope.... OK, not that far, but you get the idea :D
     
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    Dude theres no way of hiding the charges that they see in text message. The message they get comes straight from the company that they are subscribing to...and it's law for these companies to ensure that the person knows exactly what they will be charged, when they will be charged and how to stop the subscription.
     
  10. CSalt2

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    ya so it shouldnt matter if you hide the TOS or price because itll still show up in the text...? thats what i always thought