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Can one affiliate manager have enough power to ban all your CPA accounts?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by digitalpower, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. digitalpower

    digitalpower BANNED BANNED

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    This past week I was banned from a CPA for no good reason. I was told by one of the affiliate managers that all of my CPA accounts would be found and terminated. Do affiliate managers really have that much power to ban you across multiple networks?
     
  2. S M W

    S M W Junior Member

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    no, unless you were totally scamming them and they are gonna tell all their AM friends about you & things could snowball. i say they're bluffing though...

    plus, saying that you are a fraud to everyone else without solid proof could open them up to being sued by u.
     
  3. madinaz

    madinaz BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Not really however they may pass on your info to other networks they are in partnership with. However 99% of the time they still wait til they catch you doing something wrong so you may have more eyes on your account
     
  4. steveinsg

    steveinsg Newbie

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    On the Direct Track network, once your account is banned, then its "visible" to all other networks using Direct Track if I am not mistaken.

    I don't think that necessarily means that your gonna get "auto-banned" from the rest, ... but if you try to sign up to a new network (using the same SSN#), then I guess they would deny you based on the red flag now in the system.
     
  5. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    Are you sure they meant on all networks? The could just think you have more accts on their network.. idk