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If same person signs up to 5 different offers on same CPA Company is that allowed?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by awaisuk, Feb 24, 2009.

  1. awaisuk

    awaisuk Registered Member

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    If same person signs up to 5 different offers on same CPA Company is that allowed?

    Like for example, i have 5 email submits from a CPA company, lets say CLICKBOOTH.

    Then theres one person that fills all those 5 email submits with his email.

    So lets say each one of those emails submits pay $1/email, so i make $5 off this one guy, on 5 different offers.

    I want to know is this allowed? Or can this get me banned?

    Thanks.
     
  2. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    IF he does them without any incentivized stuff yes why not , but you better have good explanation ready...
     
  3. bobbylove321

    bobbylove321 BANNED BANNED

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    If it happens a few times, then no. But if ALL your traffic that's "converting" has the same ip for many different offers, then you'd get a call from your affiliate manager expecting some explanation to what you are doing.
     
  4. SmellyThong

    SmellyThong Newbie

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    you will get banned faster than the time it takes the light from sun to reach the earth.Around 8 minutes after they find out.
     
  5. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    Get multiple CPA companies if you want to do stuff like that.
    Also better to reduce income drop risks.

    Just try to think like them, would you believe that a guy who signs up for 5 different offers is really interested in them ? *waving red flags*
     
  6. oscarslater

    oscarslater Regular Member

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    the only way to do it is to agree upfront with your aff manager that you can have people sign up from the same landing page

    They will need to be incent offers and the aff mgr will prob want to see the landing page.

    I have done this for a while but not made a great amount of money from it, but always been paid

    os....
     
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  7. enrikole

    enrikole BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    if offers are incentivisable then it is ok. I never had problems.
    But i would sign up with different networks. So like 5 networks that have same offer.
     
  8. cnwelf

    cnwelf Regular Member

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    easy to banned

    that is best way to banned
     
  9. bantoncookies

    bantoncookies Regular Member

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    I think it's okay to sign up 2 offers for each network. Spread it out in a few networks and u'll have a small chunk of money at the end of the month.
     
  10. mraxe

    mraxe BANNED BANNED

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    Changing the metrices can save you.

    1 person can have 5 email ids.

    1 person can have 5 proxies.

    Personally, I dont think any advertiser/network has the time
    to go through each email one by one. Mind you they receive miilions
    of submits a day.

    So changing the email id and the IPs will keep you away from the fire.
     
  11. rayanman10

    rayanman10 Junior Member

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    last year my AM asked me why I had two IPs (let alone 5) completing two different offers. dont remember tho what i answered but i got my payment (i think).

    i think it's best to avoid it, unless u have good explanations.
     
  12. lurnme

    lurnme Regular Member

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    Just use 5 different CPA companies and 1 offer from each. Same results less risk.
     
  13. 18turbo

    18turbo Junior Member

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    If the offers you are promoting are in incentivisable i don't see any problems.
    But if they are not spreading your leads on various offer is the way to go.
    But this is a short term method , if you need your cpa accounts don't do this .