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Maxbounty question

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by killer_mike3, Jul 18, 2013.

  1. killer_mike3

    killer_mike3 Newbie

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    Hello this is my second post on black hat forum. This is a question about maxbounty. I noticed a few ex affiliates of maxbounty here on blackhatforum describe a situation when they either received a call or an email from their affiliate manager from maxbounty, about how to increase leads for a particular campaign. And come pay day their account was terminated. Well i just received one of those calls. And im concerned If this means my account will to be promptly deactivated from maxbounty. I need to know should i go ahead and stop a few planned ppc campaigns im considering running, to save money? Or am i just paranoid and have nothing to wrry about? Thanks
     
  2. abhi007

    abhi007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    what PPC network you using?
     
  3. killer_mike3

    killer_mike3 Newbie

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    Bing ads
     
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    rettaibi Regular Member

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    If you don't do anything that is against their ToS, I think you have nothing to worry about.
     
  5. killer_mike3

    killer_mike3 Newbie

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    I havent, however is this typical, to receive a call from your affiliate manager about increasing leads? It was so similar to the situation discribed in another post about maxbounty. Milking leads from this particular poster on blackhatforum(i forget his name) and come payday maxbounty deactivated his account without paying him. I need to know before i run this PPC campaign.
     
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    no need to worry then..bing is quality traffic...
     
  7. cpa666

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    You have nothing to worry about Maxbounty has been around for a longtime and is legitimate
     
  8. MaxSteve

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    It is expected of affiliate managers at MaxBounty, and at any other network, to work with their affiliates to increase the amount of business that is being done. This is for the benefit of the affiliate, and us too (of course).

    If you are marketing legitimately and following our terms, you have nothing to worry about at all. While there are a lot of complaints about us here at BHW, please realize that this is a board where many people are discussing and utilitizing methods that are blatantly fraudulent. So it is really not surprising there would be complaints about terminations. If you want a more rounded picture of MaxBounty, or of any other network for that matter, have a look outside of BHW.

    If you are at all worried about anything related to your account, your methods, or MaxBounty in general, please feel free to reach out to me.