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Do networks care if you log into their site under differnt ips?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Siek, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. Siek

    Siek Regular Member

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    Just a quick question...

    I'm apart of a JV - my partner and I has got into some networks and now we are taking apart the good offers from the bad ones...

    However, to speed up the process - we both want to do it - however, all of the networks were registered under a US IP and US address. I am from Canada and want to dive into some of these networks myself and find the good offers..

    Will the networks care if they see a different IP being logged into the account, not exactly a differnt IP but a CANADIAN IP? I've treid proxies (basic anonymous - elite with very little luck) They don't allow me to log in - and to be honest don't want to risk it.

    Anyone know if they would have a problem - these networks are also registered under a BUSINESS NAME as well so its more likely that more then one person would be entering the networks - just my take on it.. correct me if im wrong

    Thanks in advance,

    Siekk
     
  2. s0phia

    s0phia Regular Member

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    i never had a problem with using proxies from different countries when logging into an affiliate account. i guess they know alot of their affiliates are using proxies so they are just gonna assume ur using an canadian proxy?

    if u really dont wanna risk it, just go to the proxy section and find out how to look for good proxies or buy private proxies..

    hth
     
  3. unlimitedpostings

    unlimitedpostings BANNED BANNED

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    I had a problem with this one time on one network, but it was resolved easily. They said my account was suspended and when I emailed them to ask why they told me because they had someone logging into my accoutn from another country. I explained that I had a partner that was very good with CPA and was looking over some of my stuff and helping me out a bit. They said they understood and reinstated my account.
     
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  4. Siek

    Siek Regular Member

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    Awesome man - thanks for sharing this... I think i should be okay now lol
     
  5. WickednDivine

    WickednDivine Executive VIP Premium Member

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    yeah, I was going to suggest contacting them. I think if they know what's going on, they are fine with it.
     
  6. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I also login occasionaly on holidays abroad.

    Had a question once and just told them that I logged in from a hotel.
    No problem to them.
     
  7. Patrat

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    Yes as blackhit stated people login to their myspace, facebook all the time when on hoilday. Also travelling business people like affiliate marketers etc do all the time.

    My general rule of thumb is don't go to excessive. An account will defo be flagged if there have been many multiple logins from many different ip's such as uk, usa ips in the same day etc.

    Keep tabs on what ip's you are using. However from the sounds of what your be doing it should be fine.

    Use a centralised software to login to all your affiliate networks like the one below:

    Code:
    http://affmeter.com/