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Sharing CPA Accounts

Discussion in 'CPA' started by xpert90, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. xpert90

    xpert90 Regular Member

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    If i make 4-3 accounts on different cpa networks, and give those accounts to someone other to work with them. My real info will be in those accounts.

    Can he pull me into the trouble ? What can happen ? Can i got sued, or only my acc on that cpa network will be banned, if he does something against the rules.


    We are in different countries. I will recive all money and send to them percentage.

    Please tell me your opinion, would i make those accounts or no?

    Do you have experience with this ?
     
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  2. jacksonice

    jacksonice Newbie

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    I have never tried this thing. But, as you say that they are available only to the specific countries, so it is risky, because when they know about it, they can forfeit your commission and can ban your account.
    Thanks
     
  3. buddyboy

    buddyboy Junior Member

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    You have to be cautious because it is explicitly against TOS. If you work with some guy doing ip randomization and fake info I doubt you will even get paid. Want you want to do is JV with someone who gets real traffic, but maybe is not with your network or is capped at his or her own offer. Fake leads are watched like hawks. For instance I once sent 20 good debt leads to ML, and when I say good I mean keyword optimized organic traffic clean, and when all of them refused to be browbeat by scum debt consolidators I was blamed for bad traffic.
    So I don't promote debt anywhere anymore. You have yo know your traffic and match it to your offer.Or your JV's traffic.
     
  4. buddyboy

    buddyboy Junior Member

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    BTW you should not give away your age like that. Just saying.
     
  5. xpert90

    xpert90 Regular Member

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    Thanks for the asnwer.

    But what about my age, i didn't give away my age.
     
  6. islandman1010

    islandman1010 Elite Member

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    Look at it this way. If they commit fraud purchases on your account and you make a commission then send the percentage you made to that person and keep your part. Then maybe one or two months later the advertiser finds out that all stolen credit cards were used, you will get banned for fraud. However, what if the card company or the advertiser want to sue someone to get the money back. You are caught red handed committing fraud as thye have all your real info. Also when you start getting banned you will find it increasingliy harder to get into other networks. And i speak from experience, so Im not saying do it or dont do it, just be aware that its you that could get sued.
     
  7. davidmayerc

    davidmayerc Registered Member

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    Man dont share your account , some can do fraud on your cpa account , hope this help.
     
  8. saintbernardul

    saintbernardul Junior Member

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    Yes true ,fraud is not nice and you are banned but not on first step ,is need more then one fraud to banned one account and company wait first to have charge back and then can cut from your earnings the money what they louse and don't banned the account .
     
  9. xpert90

    xpert90 Regular Member

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    Ok, guys thanks for the answers. This is really helpful.
     
  10. MaxSteve

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    xpert90, while there may be the occasional person who has a ton of good quality and has been capped at a network and needs another place to send traffic, the overwhelming majority of people looking to use someone else's account are sending nothing but fraudulent traffic/leads. You are almost guaranteed to lose your accounts.

    Anyone with real traffic that isn't pure fraud has the ability to get their own accounts.
     
  11. Mynarky

    Mynarky Registered Member

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    blackhat shouldnt be associated with fraud, there is a difference between against the grain and illegal