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CPAmatica is a big SCAM

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Raxxer, Aug 3, 2017.

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  1. Raxxer

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    Okey at the first place I check cpamatica rating and it was good. Then I Joined their network because the rate was good and their feedback that they are good payer. After that I tried to test if that if is true, tried doing atleast 5 leads. Then I waited for payout, this manager of mine named ROMA. I chatted him because why I didnt recieve any payout and he told me that the minimum of the payout is $500 what I saw on their rating page
    $50

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    Okey then try doing another 3 sales again just make it 520


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    Then this manage ROMA. Told me that my 3 Leads are fraud. How can it be fraud. They are all clean leads. What a bullshit. Im doing 30-40 leads on the other network without a problem.. What a scam,

    All leads are clean and come from clients
    CPAMATICA is a scam


    A Big SCAM
     
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  2. umerjutt00

    umerjutt00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You tried to complete leads by yourself... right?

    If yes, then they are right to say these leads are fraud. You are supposed to send targeted traffic to offers to get leads.. not complete them by yourself.
     
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    Nope I didnt complete it by my self. I didnt do any fruads. And Im not a carder also.


    This sale was 4 days interval. with my clients....
     
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    Im using using chat traffic to make a conversion with my clients with the offer.
     
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    How can it be frauds if all leads are clean. And come from clients.
     
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    if you sending shitty traffic or when you lie people to buy the offer and the people found out and does chargeback... it considered fraud.

    your meaning of fraud is different from what other sees.
     
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    ok to help you solve issue better... what your traffic source? you say chat traffic... so i assumes you use whatsapp or some app with fake profile then add people asking them to opt for offer?
     
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    Starting from july 13 to aug 1. Why do they need to wait for this long to tell me that my leads are fraud. If you are on my situation that you think you didnt do anything. What would be your reaction. Tell me !
     
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    And besides that. Why dont you try to make a leads to their networks and tell if they are good payer
     
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    There are a ton of networks that do not accept chat traffic. You might want to check with your network.
     
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    You should make better research next time. What network you join is like what bank will you use. Do you give your money and business to everyone with a portfolio?

    I don't care if they are scam or not, they probably are and you probably aren't involved in any fraud leads otherwise you wouldn't post it here.

    I can feel your anger but it is your fault - if you offer 500$ to a scammer... for free, he will take them and it won't be his fault :)

    Anyway you are doing good job for posting this warning here.

    I have a website that ranks number 1 for few CPA terms if you want you can give me a nice guest post in which you can include your review.
     
  12. ClickbankGal

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    you see my thread in click bank section about shaving... you screenshot message me for help then scold me with your earnings and tell me no boasting. wtf ... :(

    nvm... all i can say is... good luck and i hope you get your payout fast. best of luck.
     
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  13. HoNeYBiRD

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    Why? Because networks don't monitor your traffic in real time, unless you do volume, they won't bother checking it until payday. It appears, you used a non-allowed promotion method, they figured it out, so you got the boot

    That's why it's always a good idea to tell your AM broadly what methods are that you're using to drive traffic, so he/she can tell you beforehand, if you can use those methods or no or which offers allow which methods. If there are no offers which would allow chat traffic within a certain network, you can always find other, more blackhat friendly networks, but fraud is not tolerated anywhere.
     
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    Okey thanks
     
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    I want to make out the details about that issue with publisher.
    First of all, we always pay to our partners, but never for fraud.
    Our minimum payout for make payment are different for each system:
    webmoney - 50 USD, PayPal - 500,
    Our FAQ: https://prnt.sc/g3unuq
    Raxxer didn't read the FAQ and didn’t ask his manager about it (He want to get payment via Paypal)
    Yesterday we received the feedback from advertiser with research about his traffic (chargebacks) and we
    checked his traffic in detail (our fraud system marked 3 leads as a proxy http://prntscr.com/g3xrui)
    We’ve asked him about these leads,
    he didn't clarify it and blocked our manager: https://prnt.sc/g3w785
    each his conversion costs 65 USD, we won't pay him only for 3.

    Forums always been the great way to press on the company that really take care about their reputation, and as an experience show this often use dishonest people.
     
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    Most networks don't allow chat traffic and also this depends on which offer, vertical you are sending too. I may think that even if in your case the sales are real and not fake, the network will mark this as fraud simply because the source of traffic that you use don't match the allowed promotion methods for the offers so for that is always better ask your affiliate manager before send any traffic so you are sure about the minimum payment of the network and the allowed promotion methods of each offer that may interest you.
     
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    For a network that's apparently based in the UK and has 20 employees, your grammatical skills are absolutely terrible. That sentence sounded like something Google Translate would give when you translate from Mongolian to English
     
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    I thought by law any company operating within the UK has to post their address and contact details on their website...

    Not only does cpamatica.com provide absolutely nothing address wise, their domain was only registered this year (even though they say they were founded in 2015).

    The WHOIS for cpamatica.com also shows some offshore location in the Virgin Islands.

    I have a feeling they're not quite the people who they're trying to portray themselves as
     
  19. mickyfu

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    Looks to me like you are trying to scam a quick buck, and are getting angry that they are on to you.
     
  20. ClickbankGal

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    ohh... so were his other leads by proxy too? or just 3?
     
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