One of my companies is growing greatly. There is one part of the job where due to privacy I can only do myself. If I have someone else do it they can easily just start their own competing company because they will know my secrets. Well the part I have to do is fill out lead information on a certain website that I do not own. I have grown my business enough to where I can't keep up with filling out the information myself and if I want to keep growing (which I do) I will have to hire people to fill out the lead information themselves and I don't want them knowing the website I am using. Anyway I had an idea. I know it isn't really used anymore, but I know some people used to make fake pages to get people to fill out CPA offers. For example, if you wanted someones information for an auto insurance CPA offer you would put something like "Win Greenday tickets" or something completely different to get their info, but I can't remember what it was called. I'm think iFrame is that right? Anyway I want to be able to use a totally different domain and different look to the site, but still have the people working technically filling out the information on the other website and submitting it being none the wiser. Does this make sense and would this work?