Putting up Nulled or "Leaked" templates on business or sold websites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by crsk8andsno56, May 3, 2011.

  1. crsk8andsno56

    crsk8andsno56 Senior Member

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    Hey BHW,

    Will I run into problems if I put up a nulled, leaked/stolen template on a website that will be getting a good amount of traffic? What if it is selling a product?

    Also what if it's not my website? Think there will be problems if I was doing SEO/revamping of a business's website and put up a template like this? Some people won't pay for the quality.

    Let me know,
    CR
     
  2. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    As soon as I start making money or a client pays for it I buy the template.
    It's good karma and covers my arse.
     
  3. Santini

    Santini Junior Member

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    If you are putting it up for a client pay for it, but factor it in to your charges, if it's for yourself then up to you if you take your own chances.
    That's exactly the way I play it.
     
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    hateandbreak BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah. Try and get someone to null it completely and you won't have no problems. Otherwise, Pay for it once you can ;)
     
  5. crsk8andsno56

    crsk8andsno56 Senior Member

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    What does "nulling completely" entail? Just get rid of the call back function? Take out all the links in the footers/headers?
    Something different?

    Thanks guys!