This is a quote from scubaslick, which he posted on this thread: Code: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/affiliate-programs/30869-cpaempire-scam.html I don't often publicly knock a company but a spade is a spade. I'm not saying hexatrack set this up but those boys appear to be in over their heads. A group of us joined hexatrack a couple months ago and since then it appears to be going to hell in a hand basket. the software was eratic, and the hexatrack forum which boast over 8,000 members never had more than 3-5 posts a day, with one post always consisting of "why can't I log in". Their other "private forum" - affiliate uprising - (Which is apparently closed now) never had more than two posts a day and that was from the same guy asking the same thing over and over. We started complaining because Larry and Amish were no where to be found. Seems they got the money for hexatrack and launched google googles which appears to be as unreliable as their hexatrack software. For over a month their moderator would try to hold the peace by promising everything under the sun when they got around to it... they never got around to it. The point of this post is - I believe hexatrack is trying to drum up publicity by exposing cpaempire. These guys took a lot of people's money and then dropped us like hot potatoes. I am not saying scubaslick believes hexatrack is at fault, I am saying he is looking at a bigger picture and may see something odd. I am not speaking for him. If true I am glad Amish exposed those guys, but unfortunately coming from hexatrack I believe the only thing they were looking to do was help themselves, Beware of hexatrack.