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Question about Legal Terms with CPA and Content Lockers

Discussion in 'CPA' started by marcelomusza, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. marcelomusza

    marcelomusza Junior Member

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    Hi guys,

    I was trying to find out an answer to this but couldn't find anything yet, so I hope you can clarify this for me.

    I am running some campaigns with Content Lockers using AWM. My niche are cracks and keygens that I provide to the users that fill the offers. I am not deceiving and actually giving them what I promise. So there is no "Scam" over there.

    But... I am providing cracks and keygens, so it is breaking the rules of the software owners, and that is actually illegal.

    My question is, am I breaking the rules of the CPA network getting leads from this kind of stuff? I am trying to create a smart passive income and I don't want to get banned from the network, so I would like to do this the most legit I can.

    What can you say to me about this? Is it safe to play content lockers with these kind of downloads? Do I have chance to get banned?
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. marcelomusza

    marcelomusza Junior Member

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    someone?
     
  3. parepare

    parepare Newbie

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    Your best bet is to ask your AM.But I think Adwork Media doesn't allow copyrighted stuff.There are some networks that allow it, like mgcash or adgate...
     
  4. ChEcKeD

    ChEcKeD Senior Member

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    Different networks, different conditions. Some networks just don't care as long as they make profit. Others may ban you straight away for violation of TOS
     
  5. bryanon

    bryanon Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Like someone said above, your best bet is to talk to your AM and be open with them. Only this way you can be 100% sure what is and isn't allowed and you will also be able to refer to your AM giving you a green light afterwards should the network give you any headache about your content.

    With that said, I'm sure you will find many networks who will be happy with your content as keygens are often considered a grey area, meaning that even some networks that say no to sharing copyright stuff may be OK with your site.

    But even then you should always diversify your revenue sources and use at least 2 (preferably 3-4) different networks, just in case one change their mind about your content being OK and decide not to pay you.
     
  6. marcelomusza

    marcelomusza Junior Member

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    Thanks for your responses guys,
    I will contact my AM to check this stuff, I was a bit hesitant of this because I am already working on this and earning money, and I am a bit afraid of losing my account when I tell him what I am doing.
    But as you said bryanon, it is better to have more sources of income and I will work on that right now.