Craigslist is getting harder and harder to spam, and on top of it, they are educating more and more of their users about affiliate marketing. I don't normally post in the job category. I just saw this today trying to post in the job section: FUN FACT: If you are able to determine a scammer's "affiliate ID" and report it to their affiliate marketing program, this will often result in termination of the scammer, and confiscation of the scammer's ill-gotten gains by the affiliate program. Now my question, everyone knows that most clickbank products shows the affiliate ID in the URL. If some users from CG contact clickbank and give them your ID, does clickbank ban you and forfeit ur commissions? I have read loads of topics on clickbank not tracking properly, but so rarely about banning accounts. Do they usually close accounts if there are complaints with the CG posting as proof?