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Some questions about CPA networks

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Skava, Feb 14, 2015.

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  1. Skava

    Skava Newbie

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    I recently applied to PeerFly, and I was wondering
    do they allow things like hacks?Not things that kinda break copyrights like keygens and cracks, but fake hacks that are supposed to give you ingame currency, basically scamming people. I did it alot with sharecash and had no problems with them, although they directly landed onto a download link for sharecash, they had no referrer. And is that also alowed on PeerFly/Other CPAs?

    Also one more question, is PeerFly as strict as it was before? I don't wanna start with them if I'm gonna get banhammered to oblivion 2 weeks after I start earning some decent bucks.

    Thanks in advance

    EDIT: To make it more clear:

    Users see's a interesting video on youtube/some social network >>>
    clicks on link in description >>>
    see's a download link surrounded with text about that hack >>>
    clicks on it and downloads a passworded .rar >>>
    goes to another link to complete a survey and get that password.
     
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  2. emailmoneyback

    emailmoneyback Registered Member

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    i think they do
     
  3. Shadexpwn

    Shadexpwn Elite Member

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    MGCASH allows hacks to be used with their content locking technologies, but Peerfly will ban you and put you in a list that the top networks share to alleviate people who violate similar terms so they can prevent you from working with another established network.

    The top networks don't allow bad traffic anymore, if it was 2010 they wouldn't know, but today their algorithms are so developed they will ban you momentarily.