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Networks Calling Your Other Network AMs?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Ms. Jukey, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. Ms. Jukey

    Ms. Jukey Newbie

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    So I've been out of CPA for a while and I'm trying to get it going again. So recently I've been applying to more networks and a few of them have come back to me asking for the contact info of my AMs on my other networks. :confused:
    When did they start doing this?
    WHY are they doing this?
    WTH? Are networks working together now??
    What could they want to discuss with them?
    Are they doing things they shouldn't be doing with your other AMs?

    LOL and also if anyone has any idea if Aqu*as*is is still active and/or where to sign up, please let me know. Thanks guys! :)
     
  2. ohaider

    ohaider Senior Member

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    1) Many networks have done this for a long time.
    2) Protect themselves from liars, thieves, etc & to inform other networks when you fraudulently acquire funds.
    3) Yes, and they have been.
    4) Refer to #2
    5) Oh definitely, they are securing your SS# and opening up 1000 credit cards for their next shopping spree.
     
  3. Ms. Jukey

    Ms. Jukey Newbie

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    LOL thanks for the sarcasm I appreciate it :p I do understand why they would possibly want to do this, but I've never ran into this before so I was just wondering. Maybe I came off more alarmed with my questions than I am. I gave them the info when they asked for it.

    I was very detailed and made it easy for them to verify my info, so I was wondering if they're going to go through these extra motions, why don't they just make you put your AMs numbers in the application?
    If they're dealing with a fraudster, this would deter them right away instead of after the fact when personnel has already wasted their resources dealing with the application. Just my thoughts...