Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by schrute, Mar 8, 2011.
Is it safe to use my personal credit card to use Facebook ads to promote CPA offers?
Yes it is safe. Just put a limit on your budget. You can stop your ads at any time and you will not be charged more than what you have made.
I mean, I have a voucher too. I'm just concerned about my address, card number, etc. and Facebook having it on file if I'm doing CPA offers?
I have a few Facebook vouchers I'd like to use..
You can use only one voucher per account and you need a credit card to verify your details but your info is safe. In the TOS they say that they will not reveal your financial details to anyone. Facebook ppc is not different from any other ppc network. The worst thing that could happen is them to ban your account if you are promoting something against their TOS.
i dont think so . use VCC .
I would love to use a VCC except that VCCs aren't AVS (i.e. addressed verified). Don't VCCs not have addresses, so when I enter credit card info, there's no address to put? Also, aren't alot getting banned?
U can use fake address . use Canadian address if the VCC from Canada or use US address if the VCC from US . address is not a big deal .
for $50 voucher got for daily limit for $50 . the ad will run at least 2 day if approved . U can spent $100 with a VCC & a $50 voucher
see , 1 ad pakage (a $50 voucher will charge $5 or so & a VCC will charge $5 or so & a pva account will charge $1. total $11 .) it means 10 pakage will charge $110 . now calculate if fb will approved 5 out of 10 then U can spent around $500 ad credit . isnt it good . I think it makes sense
by the way sorry for my bad English .
Anyone else verify this? Where can I get a VCC from?
I knew a guy but may b he is deal . lol . there must b some sites & forums for it or U can google it. sorry cant help U on it but the way I described that will work for sure
How do you not get your account disabled?
I entered my credit card info and an hour later the account was disabled for 'suspicious payment'. Stupid.
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