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How the hell does clickbank calculate the risk tier rate?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by stallion45d, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. stallion45d

    stallion45d Regular Member

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    Hello BHW members! I promote products on different niches. I separate my traffic on different accounts. The ones where drive IM traffic are under risk (red color). So I´m making some test to mix those accounts with new products to take the refund rate down.

    A week ago I opened a new account and sent some traffic. This New account is showing now the red tier risk, but check this screenshot:
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    13,79 % total refund rate. And "unacceptable"????

    How can this be possible???

    I also have another doubt. It´s about these "get cash for filling surveys" things. Which is the average refund rate on those products?

    thanks!
     
  2. BlackSeng

    BlackSeng Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Neither do I know. How they calculate is real fucking weird.

    I have 2 accounts. First account went into "Below Average" recently but I manage to get back to "Good" status.
    How I do it? Well, get a few more sales without any refunds for the next few days.

    My 2nd account risk rate was about 14%... then it dropped to 12 then to 11 then to 10.6.
    I was hoping it will drop below 10 to get "Excellent" rating. Instead, I received 2 refunds recently (with still a steady constant sales) and my risk rate suddenly jumped to 12.5%!
     
  3. fallenlight

    fallenlight Registered Member

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    i think it based on refunds rate
     
  4. wirefly

    wirefly Newbie

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    It is calculated on a 60-70 day moving average. They do not calculate it on your current daily sales. For example your chargeback/refund rate is reflected 60-70 days in the past..not present. On the page you displayed look at the top where your dates are..the dates will be 60-70 days apart. If you want to calculated what your rate will be for each week, just add 7 days on each of the 2 dates(btw..your screenshot does not display the 2 dates)..then calculate..it will give you a future glance to what your up against.