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Banned from CJ for following publisher instructions?

Discussion in 'Commission Junction' started by Kyle787, Apr 23, 2012.

  1. Kyle787

    Kyle787 Junior Member

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    So my account was terminated because I was forcing clicks supposedly. No prior warning, just one email saying that I failed to respond to a request to eliminate cookie forcing through the links on my site. I work mainly with HP, I take the weekly deals in their emails and copy/paste the code into HTML just like the affiliate department instructed me to do when I was first learning to set up the site.

    I emailed them back multiple times and they don't seem to give two craps about it. I had $150 in commissions there and I can live without the stupid account, but what's the deal? Has anyone else had a similar situation?
     
  2. uglies

    uglies BANNED BANNED

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    will you still get the money in the account sent to you?
     
  3. ProAffiliate01

    ProAffiliate01 Junior Member

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    Maybe you should report the vendor to CJ. That's the only advice I can think of right now.
     
  4. knall

    knall Regular Member

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    Hmm, that sounds weird. Did you do anything with blanking referrers?
     
  5. benzwm02

    benzwm02 Registered Member

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    that sucks man
     
  6. orion44

    orion44 Registered Member

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    If you read CJ's Publisher Agreement carefully you will see that you waive any legal rights to dispute their actions.
     
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