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How can I sign up thousands of emails/names to a CPA offer from different IP's?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by withatwist, Oct 11, 2013.

  1. withatwist

    withatwist Regular Member

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    Here's my dilemma and what I'm trying to accomplish.

    I have a CPA offer that's willing to pay out bucks per validated sign up. The service is a totally free service and the person signing up DOES NOT have to provide any details other than their name and their email address. They would then have to confirm that email address by clicking on a link in an email sent by them, for me to get paid.

    Well I have over 5,000 verified names and email addresses from some campaigns that I currently run on MailChimp. I've gathered these names and email addresses ethically but I'm now looking to unethically (I guess) load these names and email addresses to the offer that I had previously mentioned.

    The only problem I can see immediately is that I obviously don't want to sign up all of these accounts from teh same computer as I'm sure the CPA program has some tracking system in place to validate and check the IP addresses from where each sign up came from.

    I was just wondering if there was a work around for this, for me to literally go through my list and enter their details for the offer to work. I was thinking of doing maybe 50-100 emails a day and gauge the stats continuously to see if it's worth my time.

    Please, any advice on this would be greatly appreciated. Interested to hear from those who may have done something similar in the past.

    Thanks!
     
  2. laowai

    laowai Power Member

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    So you are basically asking how to scam CPA network, I doubt that you get too much constructive feedback. Its not unethical what you are asking, instead its a scam.

    Good luck, but I guess that you will only end-up banned by your network.
     
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  3. roach

    roach BANNED BANNED

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    If you did this, your leads would not convert for the advertisers and you would not only get banned you would not get paid. Learn how to send quality traffic. This forum is full of methods. This is BHW not Fraud World. .........
     
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  4. cryptons

    cryptons Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    just make a bot!
     
  5. roach

    roach BANNED BANNED

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    Of course you could make a bot to commit fraud. But you wont get paid for very long and you will get banned. Why not invest time in a good method and make long term money for yourself and your cpa company...
     
  6. withatwist

    withatwist Regular Member

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    Good point...but It's not a scam because they will still have to confirm their email address with them for me to get paid. And within the email confirmation that they send, it breaks down what they're signing up for.

    So the worst case scenario is that they just ignore confirmation email. Best case is that they like what they see and click to confirm email and thus it does become a legitimate lead.

    I don't want to give away the particulars with this offer on here but it's literally a program that anyone can use regardless of background and gender and the user actually benefits from using this program if they were to use it on a daily basis. It's totally free and I use the program on occasion myself to be honest.
     
  7. withatwist

    withatwist Regular Member

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    Lol...dully noted but read my previous response to laowai for my reasons why it isn't scam nor fraud. The users will still have to pt in for me to get paid. It's not like I just upload 5,000 emails and get paid 5,000 bucks for doing just that. I'm just hoping for a small percentage maybe 1 percent (500) of these emails to opt in for a well established and legitimate program where it's totally free and requires no credit card.
     
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    golk75 Regular Member

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    iprental for IP solution, but auto submitting email to a CPA offer its still consider fraud even if offer don't require end user to do anything else and you will never see a dime.
     
  9. loclhero

    loclhero Supreme Member

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    This is Black Hat tactics. Not allowed for discussion on BHW anymore. Get a time machine and go back to 2008 and then log in and ask again.
     
  10. withatwist

    withatwist Regular Member

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    I understand...and a thanks to those who answered. I'm going to just leave well enough alone. Had a couple of chats on Skype but those convos just made me realized how tedious this would even be for me to pull off (if I could) with no guarantee that the users will opt in to the program anyway.

    Thanks again. I was just curious.
     
  11. mastercpa

    mastercpa Newbie

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    That is absolutely possible. If your list is fresh and responsive, it will work. Do your math and get better picture YOURSELF, never listen those who never done it before.