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This ever happened to anyone?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Gupnup, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. Gupnup

    Gupnup Regular Member

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    Anyone who has ever used revtwt knows that you get thousands of bot clicks, you can easily get 1000-2000 clicks and only 4-5 email submits.

    Now, today I got an email from my AM that I just started sending traffic to. And apparently they want me to stop sending so many clicks cause it costs them a serving fee.

    I have never heard of anything like that, and the prior 2 networks I worked with have never commentted on my high amount of clicks.

    WTF?:confused:
     
  2. superspiderman

    superspiderman BANNED BANNED

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    Servicing fee! Wtf! First time I have ever heard anyone complain of getting to much free traffic.
     
  3. Gupnup

    Gupnup Regular Member

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    Ok thats 2 strikes

    1. They leech offers from hydra

    2. They have some servicing BS

    Im glad I spent like 20 cents on clicks and only have like 5 bucks with them. I think I need a new network.
     
  4. Gupnup

    Gupnup Regular Member

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    Does anyone else know if its normal for networks to do that?
     
  5. yeahright

    yeahright Registered Member

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    Sounds like they're on directtrack as they charge per click in some (if not all - can't quite remember) instances.

    If you're sending lots of hits and getting very few conversions then it will probably end up costing them more than it's worth, hence the email.