(Ok the title was to get your attention, not to brag. ) I have a website that does very well and sells a lot of its product. The website, however, is quite controversial and I cannot reveal to you what it is, or what niche it's in. On the back end, I strongly suggest an offer from a major CPA network. I do not wish to mention the offer, but it is a free trial offer gives a double digit commission for each lead (that signs up for the free trial) and for each sale. The leads convert into a sale after 60 days. I have made over 150,000 from this company over the years, I am sure. Last month alone I made 14k. (They have however recently changed their structure to pay MORE per lead and per sale, in a shorter free trial period). I do not meant o say this to brag, but just to put things into perspective. The main company I am promoting (the Publisher is that what is called?) has thanked me and totally seems to love me. Here is my dilemma: The main company does not know where the leads come from. I had the site hidden behind redirects and they never asked. I am not cheating the company -- and I would like to tell them -- but I think that due to my sites controversial nature, they would not dig this, and would maybe fire me... so I do not take that risk Another thing -- I think the leads I give HAVE to be very bad leads. Here is why: their system pays out so much per lead and per conversion that they COUNT on people sticking onto their continuity program for a long time. But with my product, they (my customers) only need to use the service briefly, and then they likely cancel. So, to summarize this entire post: I am giving leads that I assume are not the greatest to a company that pays me a lot of money. How can they not know? Would the CPA company or the publisher know about the bad leads? Because, like I said, the publisher seems to like me a lot, and the CPA company seems to be curious about me, but they don't seem to be on the right track (see below). Lastly -- the CPA company recently froze 5 figures that were lingering in my account, and asked me how I am generating traffic. THey have had this long back and forth with me, and I have since blamed it on another site and I am now using the other site as a front via some sneaky PHP stuff I rigged up. Despite all of this, I actually think the cpa company is merely thinking I am generating traffic via a traffic source that is unauthorized.... due to me using some old domains that are titled around unauthorized traffic source as redirect sites. So I am totally NOT doing what they thought, and now I am pretty sure they are letting me free.