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NeverBlue Ads - They Want Proof!

Discussion in 'Other Affiliate Programs' started by agag2, Dec 2, 2010.

  1. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Hello guys
    Just signed up w neverblue got email today saying "youve made it to the next step... Now tgey want proof of my earnings that i make between 1k - 5k a month which of course i dont have what should i do? Also they want to call me & im not at home can i call them? (i gave them wrong phone number..)

    Thanx
     
  2. rannybo

    rannybo Junior Member

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    Sound like you're screweedd
     
  3. toyo

    toyo BANNED BANNED

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    neverblueads are kinda strict on approvals compared to the others.
     
  4. jdilla

    jdilla Newbie

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    Photoshop? I had a friend pull of some amazing albeit short term jobs as Junior VP of a few mortgage banks by photoshoping his W2.
    ...just a thought.
     
  5. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Yes thats what i was thinking think itll work? Besides i dont know photoshop i can give them real info but more like $500 not 1k-5k

    Also do they ask EVERYONE for proof?
     
  6. madarwalo

    madarwalo BANNED BANNED

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    I received the same email from them,no photoshop skills so i skip to the next network
     
  7. newtv9

    newtv9 Newbie

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    Its very difficult to enter intop never blue they have lots of rules
     
  8. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    Why did you give them the wrong phone number? Regardless, you should always take the initiative and call them.

    Screenshots might not be enough, the person reviewing your application is not stupid and they know that screenshots can easily be faked. Be prepared for them to ask to see your website in action or some sort of other proof of earnings (depending on how you claimed to make this 1-5k a month).

    Probably not the best network to try to bs, they are very thorough.
     
  9. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    So which network do u recommend?
     
  10. NeedMoreWeed

    NeedMoreWeed Newbie

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    if you are sure your gonna play by the rules than just fake the income by photoshop or whatever , if you whant to try blackhat stuff etc get ******* or leadbolt etc
     
  11. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Just got an email today that I'm application= denied anything I could do?
     
  12. zenky

    zenky Newbie

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    call them, and say the true, show a domain website your are working
     
  13. dieorcry2

    dieorcry2 Newbie

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    Yay!! I joined back in June 2010 and back then you did not have to show proof of income or even have a working domain! I got in real easy. Good luck with it now!
     
  14. speedy5044

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    Just use photoshop , when they ask for the website , just look with an established one with whois protected info.
     
  15. Genghis John

    Genghis John Registered Member

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    What do you do if they deny you but you still have an account with them?
    I mean how to you actually try again? This was months ago for me.
     
  16. alva1874

    alva1874 Newbie

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    ok,i will try
     
  17. fifi8

    fifi8 Regular Member

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    Neverblue is horrible,

    My friend and I worked with them until recently. They would have their compliance department force us to provide proof of ads, and earnings weekly. They also paid late and don't expect to get a hold of someone when you need to. Do yourself a favor and move on to another network.
     
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  18. AGSXPress

    AGSXPress Newbie

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    I got banned by NB a month ago and never got paid a cent. They are scum.
     
  19. destination-target

    destination-target Regular Member

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    make a voice chat with them. And speak everything frankly.
     
  20. strizriz

    strizriz Newbie

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    you're an idiot, be (somewhat)honest with these people and they will work with you. when you make it seem like you have a site that makes 5k per month they are very interested and want to try to make even more with you and they need proof before they put all of their resources into you. you should have said you make 50-200 per month with adsense but are looking to expand. OR they knew you were BS'ing from the get-go maybe based upon website rank, # of backlinks, etc. I'm sure they have algorithms to verify what a site would make on average based upon certain numbers.

    fail.