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First Timers: How to get ACCEPTED at COPEAC with a Voicemail!

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Slasher, Apr 28, 2009.

  1. Slasher

    Slasher Junior Member

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    I hate calling networks knowing I am lying to them, it just bugs me. I couldn't believe I got away with this method:


    Get accepted with a BASIC PHONE CALL by leaving A VOICEMAIL and get ACCEPTED.

    I love doing nothing and getting away with it, which is just what I did. Note: this is for first timers that are frightened at the thought of having to speak with a network representative.

    1.

    Go to
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    http://copeac.com
    and apply! Fill out all the correct info accordingly. Enter all the correct info, especially phone number and email!

    2.

    I got called the next day, so you will most likely also. BUT DON'T ANSWER THE CALL (unless you want to, but this is to go against this guide) After realizing the applier cannot pick up the phone (that would be you), your assigned Campaign Coordinator will contact you via via your preferred choice of contact (EMAIL)

    Everyone should have their own representative*** from COPEAC, so an email most likely won't email this exact message:

    ***Extra Info*** = LISTEN UP! If you don't get an email from a representative after the first 24 hours of signing up, contact them immediately
    Code:
    info@copeac.com
    and tell them that you were extremely busy and could not pick up a phone call that was placed to you shortly after applying. Tell them that you need to be assigned a Campaign Coordinator so you can effectively complete your application process. Be professional.
    *********


    3.
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    Now to analyze the email and do some social engineering. My rep gave me the questions he/she would ask me before hand.
    [B]
    [SIZE=4]If your email doesn't look like the above example, please skip to STEP 6, SOCIAL ENGINEERING.[/SIZE][/B]

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    Answers:

    1. I heard about it through (whatever you want. Tell them something they would like to hear) one of my friends that is signed up with COPEAC and got particularly interested in this network.

    2. I plan on using PPC campaigns such as Google Adwords and Overture to drive traffic to the offers I undertake. My website will also bring a lot of traffic to the verticals. (By understanding the term verticals, the rep will be impressed, and you AREN'T A NEWBIE.)

    *Oh yeah, for those of you who don't know what VERTICALS means, it's another term for offers.

    *If this answer is not adequate enough for you, please refer to the other threads that are stickied that suggest similar tactics.

    3. Yes, I have worked with (name one, I said Clickbank) for 2 years and 4 months but deleted my account due to personal issues I had at the time. I am very aware of CPA campaigns and offers.

    *Go ahead and leave your actual affiliated networks if you have any, otherwise this is for first timers.

    4. My mailing address I used in my application was [INSERT HERE].


    4.



    After sending the email, wait until their hours of office close.
    Their office is in NEW YORK, USA. This is an eastern state, so bear this in mind when it comes to timezones. So if you live in the Western USA, New York is 3 hours ahead.

    Their hours I do not personally know, but most likely close around 6:00 PM.

    Just to be safe, wait until like 7-8pm eastern time (their time).

    This is the worst part about this whole process because it involves you calling and leaving a voicemail (talking to no one but the machine) and explaining all of this. Be calm and assertive. Practice before hand. Think that you fucking have the world by its' nuts and go.

    When your rep emailed you, they should have left a phone number with an extension. Example:

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     [COLOR=White][B][COLOR=#1f497d]Phone[/COLOR][/B][COLOR=#1f497d]: (631) 719-1250 ext. 4444[/COLOR][/COLOR]
      
    This is the number you will call EXCEPT the extension! When you call the number, it will prompt you for the extension number, if not just dial it in.

    This was my voicemail:

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    [COLOR=Yellow][SIZE=5]5.

    [SIZE=2][COLOR=White][B]Get approved.[/B] Your rep should email you and confirm everything. If your rep is a bitch and wants you to call at your most convenient time so you can talk personally, tell them that you are always busy dealing with your grandmothers funeral arrangements, and please allow your voice verification to be good enough.

    [B]If it doesn't come to this, and all else fails, just grow balls and call the rep.[/B]


    ******Extra Info******

    [SIZE=5][COLOR=Yellow]6.

    [COLOR=White][SIZE=2]Ok so you are here because you didn't get an email like the example. Well, make them send an email like the example.

    Tell your rep that you are always busy with your grandmother's funeral arrangements and entrepreneurial ventures. And, You do NOT have time to make this phone call, because you can't afford to miss a phone call about the funeral arrangements.

    This is social engineering. Convince your target that you need an alternative to what he/she is asking.

    Ask your rep to send you some questions that he/she might ask you so that you can fill them out. Also, say you will get back to them with these answers because you cannot afford to miss a call when being asked the questions live.

    [B]If the rep refuses, just use the above 4 questions that MY REP gave me, and go ahead and leave the rep a voice verification voicemail (STEP 4) with the answers.


    [/B][COLOR=Orange]Well, this is everything. I hope this guide brings great fortune to newcomers and everyone gets accepted!

    Let everyone know that IF this guide is effectively a big FAIL!, then I will have a mod or admin remove it, because I don't want anyone being mislead.

    Cheers,
    Slasher.
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  2. leeprince

    leeprince Registered Member

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    wow,that's fantastic. thanks!
     
  3. goins

    goins Regular Member

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    great post man thanks for this guide
     
  4. Slasher

    Slasher Junior Member

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    Thanks guys, glad I could help!
     
  5. TheBHCat

    TheBHCat Junior Member

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    Good guide. I suppose that I got lucky in signing up with COPEAC, as I never even had to leave a voicemail - I wrote an email very similar to yours and got accept. I just have an easy-going AM though :). Again, this is a great surefire way to get accepted
     
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  6. writt

    writt Junior Member

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    The answers the OP gave in his email are golden and even if you just set up a blogger blog and post some PLR articles to it, that can be your website. Also, when they ask what kind of offers you want to promote, tell them you like to look at all the offers, and if there is anything you think you can bring traffic to, you'll try it.
     
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  7. zFila

    zFila Newbie

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    They require a phone call now? I remember I got accepted without it.. Actually I would say it is one of the most easiest networks to get into.
     
  8. biffo

    biffo Regular Member

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    Hi!

    Great post... being as must of the AM's you try to call nowadays Voicemail is probably the only time you'll hear there voice.

    biffo