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CPALead Conversion point on E-mail submission. Lie ?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by TAHA95, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. TAHA95

    TAHA95 Registered Member

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    Hi guys, I'm pretty much a newbie in IM and I'm just starting with CPA. I've had my cpalead account verified and I was looking at their offers and many of them stated that the conversion point is E-mail submission. So this implies that when someone enters their e-mail address to the offer through my ref link then my account should be credited with the payout of that specific offer. Which is not happening here. I've got around 25 clicks. Now I know that most of you would say that this is a very small amount and that I should have atleast 200 clicks before i even talk about leads. But these were extremely targetted clicks and these people confirmed to me that they submitted their e-mail addresses. Yet no leads, no balance. I thought CPALead were a good CPA network, but are they shaving people ? Or is it that users need to complete more offers before it can be considered a lead? In which case the conversion point on E-Mail submission thing would be a lie. Or maybe is there something that I'm doing totally wrong ?
     
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  2. cookiemonste

    cookiemonste Regular Member

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    Until you can generate 1000's of high quality clicks and can contact the advertisers directly this is something you just have to deal with. Your best option would be to try different offers and see which ones convert best for your traffic.
     
  3. mschum

    mschum Junior Member

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    Try contacting your AM and see what he has to say
     
  4. PxxVxxA

    PxxVxxA BANNED BANNED

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    That's what is called a scrub rate done by advertisers. It happens quite often with email submits and zip submits or short form lead offers.