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Not from USA but I have a US address to send stuff. Should I say I'm from USA?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by gorgonite, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. gorgonite

    gorgonite BANNED BANNED

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    does anyone know if CPA sites check ip or whatever?

    Since I do have a US physical address (not p.o. box) but I live abroad.

    Does saying that you are from a country other than the US affect you in any way?
     
  2. unknownn

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    just use an usa proxy at registration and all will be fine
     
  3. papadre

    papadre Regular Member

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    reading other threads. yes. just use your us addy and us proxy
     
  4. gorgonite

    gorgonite BANNED BANNED

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    just for registration or every time I log in to view stats, etc?
     
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    ^ Most of the time applying from another country won't affect you at all except on CJ.

    The only problem with saying you are from the US, is they may require your SSN for tax info before they can pay you. My advise would be that if you want to use your US address to have checks sent to, just tell them that you are living abroad but your friend or what not will transfer the mail over to you in order to cut down in shipping times. (May require you to call them).
     
  6. Arthas

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    forget all that crap. if you have US forwarding address then you're straight. just make up a SSN if you have to. The networks dont look that shit up. you will get your checks.
     
  7. gorgonite

    gorgonite BANNED BANNED

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    This is from their ToS:

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]We do not accept webmasters from, credit you or pay any commissions or bonuses from traffic generated from sites that originate from, or where the IP address or webmaster location is traced to, locations from certain countries outside of the United States, including, but not limited to, the following countries.[/FONT]

    I guess I'm screwed with this one.. unless I get a good elite US proxy. But still, if they wanted to, they could find out that it's a proxy..

    or am I being to paranoid? hehe
     
  8. mraxe

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    Sign up with the aff company.

    Shoot them a call that you are on holiday.

    But you live in USA. And they can send cheques in the USA address.

    While signing up it does not really matter.

    IMHO.
     
  9. cnwelf

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    why not aks your freind to join in under his name

    proxy or vpn is not good