There is several ways to create multiple CPA network accounts (For people located in the USA), but since I've been asked so many times how to do it, I'll lay out a general howto here. Find people that are willing to start a company and give you the profit that you make on the accounts. Don't use your next door neighbors, try to find people that are a decent distance away from your main/personal location. Offering a small % is usually enough to convince people. They will need to trust you with their SS# while applying to the state and be willing to take a trip to the bank to open a business checking account. Most banks offer free checking accounts and give you a ATM card and such too. You could go the Paypal route and lie about your business credentials, but your just asking to have your account locked. Most networks require you receive a check for the first payment as well. Find a mailboxes etc or some other mail box company that has a physical address. PO Boxes are not normally accepted when applying for your LLC/Corp either. Most of these places will forward all the mail to your own address for an extra fee. I have several myself and have only been there once to fill out the initial paperwork. Get a phone or disposable number online. I prefer getting a pre-paid phone from Walmart. It allows you to assign an area code that coincides with the company's location. I write the name of the business on the phone and keep it on the charger with a professional voice mail message at the ready. Establish an LLC/Corp. I'd strongly suggest looking at your state's website for an online application. This will save you a lot of money over places like LegalZ00m and give you a little insight on how the whole process works. Use the phone number that you bought and address for the mail box. After your state approves your LLC/Corp application, you can goto the IRS website and request your EIN #. Register a domain (ex. www.marketingvenicellc.com) using your company's info. Put up a standard business template and mention PPC advertising services etc. Hiring a content writer works. You want the network to see the site, look up the registration and see your company info. Don't use a proxy service to hide your details. Put your phone number on there, mail box address you bought and any other info that can help confirm your identity. Use the domain to create a email address to apply with (ex. [email protected]). Only read/send emails with your VPS, explained below. Your almost ready to apply, but you need one last thing. You don't ever want your accounts to get linked by logging in with the same IP. IMO, the easiest way to get around this is to rent a windows based VPS. Sure, you could buy proxies and such too, but you can always write off the VPS expense on your taxes. Now your ready to apply to a network, log in without fear and be completely legal.