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Printaura Affiliate Program Termination Notice

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by William702, Jan 12, 2018 at 8:23 PM.

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  1. William702

    William702 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    "Dear Affiliate,

    We have terminated our affiliate program as of 2018-01-12, and your affiliate links will no longer be credited for sales that come through them.

    Please send any questions to (email taken out)

    Thank You"

    LOL they're concise motherfuckers I'll give them that! Anyone else get one of these or am I only getting this as the account has been inactive for probably over a year?
     
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    Looks like online businesses are dying as everyone is after crypto.
     
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    Yeah they will probably be changing their name to Printcrypto. I honestly knew this one was not worth my time a year ago when I spoke to one of the guys in charge of the aff department. He then put me onto the CEO who wanted us to help it breakout to the Etsy market. Thing was it was really complex for the demographic of Etsy to use so no one was following through. Plenty of people signed up but hardly any made a shop and out of those hardly any took it further than a few weeks.

    The whole concept is flawed anyway. They would charge you up the ass for the products and then have the audacity to take 2 weeks to produce and ship the item. By then most customers were annoyed and would leave mediocre feedback at best and or ask for refunds on the shipping which is where you made the money. I guess with more and more people making shops on sites like Etsy they have enough mass now to stop the aff program. Not only that but the cash flow that it will now generate will be huge. Lets see how they evolve and hopefully they use some of that cash to decrease shipping times.