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How to have my identity private from the Affiliate?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by ShaolinPower, Nov 15, 2016.

  1. ShaolinPower

    ShaolinPower Newbie

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    Hello guys,

    Sorry because I wasn't sure about where to post this nor sure about what title to put.

    Very basically, I am looking to make a deal with a HUGE affiliate, selling him a list of potential clients for his business and work with him to make the best possible offers / emails to the potential clients.

    However, I want to make 100% sure that my identity is never discoverable from their side. With this objective, I have already created my business email with ''Tutanota'' which works great.

    - But what about the payments ? When I will eventually (and hopefully) start to receive my % of the revenues they are making, what internet bank service would you use ? Skrill ? Neteller ? Anything else ? What company offers your the best privacy in your opinion ?
    - Also, I would imagine the affiliate to want to sign a contract with me, including both sides signature. Are you fine with the idea of signing with a fake identity, since this is just a ''internet contract'' and I am never going to be asked for proofs or something. I mean: this is just making business.

    FYI, the affiliate is active in ''slightly grey'' Poker/Casino/Sportsbook worlds.

    Thanks in advance for your advices my friends !
     
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  2. alreef

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    I wouldnt go that far as signing with fake id as that is a crime and this will only make matters worse ;) If you want a method of anonymous pay use bitcoin. Why are u wanting to hide your id from him?
     
  3. ShaolinPower

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    Because we are working in the same business and we could be, at some point, even competitors, even though they are MUCH bigger than I am.

    I understand your point about fake identity though. I have to see if they will ask me that anyway.

    About the payment system, bitcoin is indeed an option even though I never used it. I would have preferred something like Skrill but I am not sure which one is more secure.
     
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    Both are secure the difference is bitcoin is more anonymous :)
     
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    When an affiliate signs up for your network, you can choose how to handle the account when they completed the signup form and any additional signup questions:

    • Auto Approve - When the user signs up for an account, they are automatically granted access to your network. They can start grabbing tracking links from offers and promoting.
    • Require Approval - When the affiliate completes the signup form, they are set to ‘Pending’ status in the network, where you or another affiliate manager can approve/deny them access. Until then, they cannot access offers.
    • Phone Verification - To cut down on potential fraud, you can have your affiliate verify their identity by having an automated message call can read them an audible PIN that they enter on step two of the signup process. This will verify that they have provided their own valid phone number. We partner with OnVerify.com to authenticate the user, and their service fees apply separately. When you create an account with OnVerify, you can obtain the User ID and API Password that can be put into the Affiliate Phone Verification settings: