Lying when registering for CPA

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Kontroller, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. Kontroller

    Kontroller Newbie

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    I live in the UK, and a lot of offers are US only, so I was wondering if it was sensible to lie when applying to CPA companies. I'd obviously also get US traffic, and use a proxy (although even if my real IP came up as from the UK, who's to say that I wasn't using a UK proxy). I'd also obviously hide my whois info as I've heard about applicants being denied after the application details don't match the whois details.

    This isn't something I completely intend to do, I was just wondering what your views were on it.

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  2. Autumn

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    They don't care if you're from the UK. "US only" means that the offer only accepts US traffic, not that they reject webmasters from non-US countries. Traffic from non-US countries will be redirected to another offer.

    Build a nice clean site and submit your real info, there's no reason you shouldn't get accepted by any given network. Only shitty third world African / Asian / Eastern European countries get rejected based on country, and that's because of the high level of fraud emanating from those countries.
     
  3. Kontroller

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    Haha yeah I realized that after I posted, thanks for clarifying :)