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Clickbank ban - CB or vendor choice?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by MyPasswordIs1234, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. MyPasswordIs1234

    MyPasswordIs1234 Registered Member

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    Does a complaint from the vendor lead to CB taking action or does CB do so on their own because of your numbers. And can the vendor say "it's OK we don't care let him send the traffic"

    Lots of sales, pretty high conversion, "unacceptable" refund rate though. It's a digital product.


    1. Red Tier - Out of compliance with quality standards. If actual rates were to reach these levels, further action could be taken on your account.

    How likely is the action? I'm way in the red (about 50%) but it's just from people canceling RB's mainly.
     
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  2. mancar487

    mancar487 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This will be from clickbank's side. At 50% refund rate, I'm surprised your account is not banned already.

    Clickbank would never allow a vendor to have such a high refund rate (typically you're in trouble as a vendor if your refund rates are above 20-25%), so I'd assume that your high refund rates are not because of a problem with the product, but because of the way you are promoting it, e.g. doing claims that the vendor does not do.

    P.S. cancelled rebills do not factor in refund rates - only refunds do.

    Mancar
     
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  3. MyPasswordIs1234

    MyPasswordIs1234 Registered Member

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    When you google "{product} scam" or "{product} review" 9/10 of the first page results are talking about how the product is BS and doesn't deliver what it eludes to offering. I don't feel that it is 100% my fault.


    If there is someone able to promote this and maintain less than a 25% refund I'd find this suspect. It's fairly difficult to find anyone offering a positive review on google.
     
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  4. Zso

    Zso BANNED BANNED

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    So... stop promoting garbage. There's no point in selling some shit just to hope someone won't ask for refund.
     
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    With 1 of my accounts my risk management was red so what did I do to improve it... I stopped promoting forex!
     
  6. MyPasswordIs1234

    MyPasswordIs1234 Registered Member

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    Well, my actual refund is like 15-20% I think, but it is saying predicted almost 50%?

    And yes I understand what everyone is saying promote something better but some times that is easier said than done.
     
  7. Shane1

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    The predicted rate will not necessarily track your recent rates. It can also be influenced by your all-time rates and the rates of others who promote the same (and possibly similar) products you promote. 50% is a cause for concern. They have some room for flexibility, but that would worry me.