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CLICKBANK new account --- CBR

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by nappy-headed, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. nappy-headed

    nappy-headed Newbie

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    I have an issue with clickbank.

    My account, because of sales has been locked, money frozen because of the CBR/???

    I understand as read for new accounts 5 transactions (visa,paypal..etc) blah...blah.

    but no sales .... its all about traffic ....
    I also can not find the right product for conversion / promote (ie youtube/etc)

    and no website ....

    yes I am trying to make sales ...


    NOTICE clickbank CUT $$$$ $50.00
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    what can I do ? ... any smart suggest or help


    please no smart answers ... I am looking for help


    **** Please understand this is NOT about some high roller - or a wheeler and dealer... it taken me months to make my $$$$ on the internet ... the monies I was going to use - to LIVE LARGE on the town. but locked :24:


    it seems they will " SUCK IT DRY " soon




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  2. maxmymoney

    maxmymoney Newbie

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    Purchase some cheat ebooks using your own affiliate id using 5 different credit cards or make some sales buddy.
     
  3. 7878

    7878 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Your account is fine, you just haven't met the CDR yet. Keep making sales, you'll get there.


     
  4. Allegretto

    Allegretto Newbie

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    Also, when you don't make any sales for a long period of time, clickbank will gradually take $1.00 away from your account. If you still continue to not make sales the gradual debit increases, to I believe $5.00. I don't know how the $50.00 got there, was it a return? I doubt it was though due to its such an even number.