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Got Denied? Don't Worry! READ THIS!

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Jared255, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. Jared255

    Jared255 Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you recently got denied, it doesn't even really matter, because you can easily get accepted again! Here's how.

    1) If you got denied within the first hour or two you did something drastically wrong. There is no way that they would review your application that fast. It might have been you said you lived in the US and used an Indian IP or you said www.Google.com was your website.

    If this happens, just re apply and don't fuck up so hard.

    2) If you are denied before the call, they didn't like your application.

    Common reasons -
    You had bad gremar.
    You didn't put a website and there was no option for "comments" at the end of it.
    You said something idiotic like you didn't comply with the CAN SPAM agreement.

    If you are denied without a phone call, they usually give you an email address you can reach out to if you feel you are "wrongfully denied".

    Email this person!

    All you say is...

    "Hi, my name is blah blah and I am confused on why I was denied. I recently applied to a few other CPA networks including network, network, and network and they all accepted me."

    They will email you back...

    "Hello name,

    Can you please explain more in depth on how you promote your offers?"

    And then you respond with

    "Hi again,

    I promote offers doing this and this. I find that OPTION 1 is more reliable than OPTION 2 because of THIS."

    Make sure that you have two things that you do. This way, they can't question you too much about your offers and you sound like you know what you are doing. If you give them the typical "I do PPC" they might ask you more questions then you can't handle.

    If you are denied after the phone call!

    You messed up on your phone call, obviously. Most commonly you say something different about how you promote offers then you mentioned on your application. Obviously if you can't confirm your mailing address you get denied. This has only happened to me once. If you are denied after this, go to the Contact Us tab on the network. Pop them an email. See what's up.

    Moral of the story...

    Email them back! Even if you suck, they love proactive affiliates.

    I personally just let them call me. I find that if I call them they are busy and get slightly mad at me.

    Also - on the phone call they don't really give a shit. If you mess up or can't think of an answer, just say hold on one second, muffle the phone, think about it, pick it up and answer. Or just ask them to repeat and you have a bad connection.

    Common excuses you can use -

    Voice Crack - Sorry, I have a bad cold/allergies.
    Sniffles - Allergies
    Stutter - Clear your throat

    Most of the time denial after a call is not because of your voice or anything, it's because of your answers didn't match your application. Either that or you say something that can't be done, such as direct linking to advertisers via Adwords.

    Have fun and don't get caught.

    Jared
     
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  2. leeprince

    leeprince Registered Member

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    very helpful.thanks
     
  3. multimedia

    multimedia Power Member

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    LOL i surely suck, so i am gonna try this :D
     
  4. LadRak

    LadRak Registered Member

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    I actually got turned down by MaxBounty, emailed the person who was responsible for the denial, got no mail back...

    At least I got accepted on all the other networks, right? :D
     
  5. ipodtouchhackerisher

    ipodtouchhackerisher Senior Member

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    Most of the time i have found this doesn't work and this idea was already posted on another thread.
     
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