Hello I do very well from a CPA offer from a major CPA company (neverblue) I am not sending them fake traffic / junk traffic or 'scamming' in any way.. However, I do not want them to ever find out my original site, as I do not think they'd approve. They possibly would, but I do not want to risk it. So basically I am sending traffic to site A, then using redirects to send them to the final CPA landing page (lets call this 'final page' or "c"). So when its traced back, they do not see A. I also use custom links and do not use their image pixels. But I am worried that this company might start investigating me. So what I want to do now is have my customers see my original site (site A), then click on the button which pushes a BUTTON on site B, which then routes them to the final CPA offer (c). So when the people who run the offer (C) look back, it will appear as if the traffic was coming from Site B. I am a newbie to this stuff -- as far as cloaking and stuff.. and I was wondering, can this be done? Here are the options I know of 1.) Simply tell the customers to visit B and have them push the button. (kind of ghetto) 2.) Have an iframe cake-slice thing that has A sliced where the button from B is apparent, so the button from B can be clicked from A. But will C be able to see A then? 3.) As mentioned in this post, I was wondering if the iframe could almost be made in such a way that the button would push the other button? I hope this isn't too confusing. Basically I Just want the final site (c) to NEVER know anything came thru A. Instead, I want to make it appear it was from B. I need to know exactly how to do this -- 100% perfectly -- with no risk. I'd be willing to pay someone if they are total experts at this.