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Proxies + Gmail + CPA Offer = Awesomeness?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by falarious, Jul 20, 2009.

  1. falarious

    falarious Registered Member

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    What some people on Craiglist do is send the other person an iframed CPA offer.

    What if I were to just skip this step and fill out the CPA by myself?

    I would obviously use a different proxy and email address every time I completed the CPA. Isn't this technically the same thing?

    I would also send out junk traffic through some websites of mine.

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. 7878

    7878 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Fraud is awesomeness. :twitch:

    You may get away with that for a little while but there's no long term viability to your plan. You're much better off learning how to actualy promote a product (white or blackhat) rather than learning how to scam an advertiser. Just my $0.02 :D
     
  3. omgreally

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    Not good. You'll get caught, lose your commissions, get drop-kicked by the CPA network.

     
  4. low key

    low key Junior Member

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    nah. but thanks.
    Wow you certainly will make a lot of cash filling out those $1 offers that then convert at %0 and you get banned and lose your very hard worked for 25 dollars.

    So awesome!
     
  5. turnhardtoeasy

    turnhardtoeasy Junior Member

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    better try CL ...
    doing it ur way is just not worth the hassle
     
  6. 7878

    7878 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    There does seem to be a lot of this going around. :rolleyes:

    The important thing that the OP and so many other noobs need to realize is that there is ZERO long term income in shit like this. You think you're the first one to think of this?

    If you really want to make money in this business, it's best to spend some time and learn the game. Read up. Try things, test, fail, succeed - whatever it takes. You don't want to be the guy who spends his whole IM career bitching that he gets banned from every advertiser and can't break $20 a day because all he knows how to do is fill out his own offers.