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is true that pays $ 80 per free-signup or is scam???

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by moneyblog, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. moneyblog

    moneyblog Junior Member

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    "Welcome to ClickCash.com, home of everyday $80-per free-signup weekly payouts, and your cash pipeline to the internet's largest, most successful, most innovative, and most profitable internet services."


    is true that pays $ 80 per free-signup or is scam???
     
  2. kaidoristm

    kaidoristm Power Member

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    If its sounds to be good to be true.. it probably is
     
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  4. markinmexico

    markinmexico Newbie

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    Don´t forget to read Cliccash´s response....and the dude´s response to clickcash´s response.

    both priceless.

    Moral of the story for me is be sneakier (or more honest...lol)than that dude and you can probably get some decent money from them.

    You've read about ClickCash.com sites like iFriends in The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Forbes, Time, PC Magazine, Salon, Wired, Glamour, and more. You've seen us on CNN Headline News, MSNBC, Oprah, and television shows in England, Germany, Switzerland and elsewhere around the globe. You've heard us on nationwide radio shows like Howard Stern, ManCow, and Dr. Susan Block. ClickCash.com sites are everywhere!


    I mean can Oprah and Switzerland be wrong?? Come on, they are Oprah and Switzerland!
     
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  5. valetudo

    valetudo Newbie

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    clickcash is fine most of the time. they've been accused of shaving signups and i'm sure it's true but they deny it to no end. they give you $40 per signup to start and if you generate so many sales per period, you get pay increases, like most affiliates.

    they really need to update their sites, links, etc. it looks 1999 as all hell, but i'm sure they are still counting the money they made between 99 and 2002 with spam traffic.

    i can definitely vouch for them paying..i've used them off and on for 8 years or so now. i've had problems with them cancelling me, but i've been re-activated and still paid.
     
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  6. Aaron!

    Aaron! Newbie

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    Ok what about people who don't violate the TOS is there any negative experiences from people who were following the rules? Or at least didn't get caught breaking them (BH FTW)

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    "ClickCash carefully reviews all URL's through which affiliates deliver traffic. In reviewing Nathan's traffic, we observed that his traffic source violated the posted T&C, as he misrepresented the service to his target audience. Instead of marketing the ClickCash program in a manner that was compliant with the posted T&C, Nathan instead encouraged individuals to sign up for accounts through his ClickCash links and in return, he would provide them with 'runes' to use in the online game Diablo 2. Nathan further required that individuals who wished to receive the 'runes' should provide him with e-mail addresses of other people so that he could e-mail them (without the recipient's prior consent - in other words, so he could spam them) with an e-mail advertising the website. That is a major violation of our T&C terms."
     
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  7. valetudo

    valetudo Newbie

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    in that guy's case, i'm sure 100% of his traffic was totally useless after signups and it got him canned. they probably never looked at the site again after they got their diablo 2 items.

    clickcash has been around a long time. they have lots of honest webmasters and i've always been paid except in cases where i couldn't talk my way out where the traffic came from, which has only been once. i don't use them much anymore because their affiliate stuff is so old and outdated looking.
     
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