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Some Assistance Please - Getting Banned?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by lovenwar012, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. lovenwar012

    lovenwar012 Junior Member

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    I ran a CL ad last year that basically tricked people into submiting their email. I had used some tool that would box out everything but the email form and they input the email for a different reason and then it sent them to a Dish Network page.

    Now I used maxbounty and had about a hundred bucks that day from it and then I was banned.

    What did I do wrong, I wonder. Could someone point me in the direction of where I can find a way to do this idea without being banned? I think I used a DR too... so I don't know. I looked for info on this technique and can't find exactly what I am looking for.

    Any help would be great.
     
  2. Silencer

    Silencer Senior Member

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    The dish network offer on maxbounty is very picky, probably why they pay so much per submit. Were you iframing anything? Also dmr looks suspicious to the networks.
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  3. lovenwar012

    lovenwar012 Junior Member

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    Ya, I iframed it.
     
  4. lovenwar012

    lovenwar012 Junior Member

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    It looks like maybe faking the referrer would work? Can I combine faking the referrer and an iframe? I want people to think they are "unsubscribing" from a list that they aren't really subscribed to by submitting their email address to an iframed email submit CPA.
     
  5. MaxSteve

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    It doesn't really matter what you do. When the merchant sees that the leads you generate have zero quality, you will be caught and banned.

    My advice: instead of spending time trying to figure out how to hide your tracks on a method that will most likely get you banned, use that time to figure out how to drive traffic and leads to campaigns that actually have value for the merchant. Then you won't need to worry about getting banned.
     
  6. GreenGoblin

    GreenGoblin BANNED BANNED

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    Yea ok! I seen pure whitehat accounts Hammered because the lead quality was to good..1 network with this lame excuse is XY7
     
  7. lovenwar012

    lovenwar012 Junior Member

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    Strange... I thought I was on the BLACKHATworld forum?

    And yes it does matter what I do, because there are plenty of people out there making $100+ each day from blackhat CPA methods.
     
  8. Gupnup

    Gupnup Regular Member

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    You're a fucking idiot, Maxsteve is the owner of MB so obviously he's going to tell you to stop running blackhat on his offers.

    And blackhatworld is not fraud. What you are doing is fucking sad, you won't last AT ALL the advertiser will see shit leads and boot you from the offer AT BEST. Have fun with your $100 maybe.

    Jesus, blackhat traffic generation isn't necessarily so bad, but fucking iframing is retarded and other stupid shit is.

    And @greengoblin, xy7 is a shit company, I feel yah
     
  9. maclanes

    maclanes Newbie

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    Agreed. Without quality there will be no use. They not only see conversion rates, they also see profits. It raises eyebrows.