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Too Bad P*ypal Doesn't Have An Affiliate Program!!

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by silentthunder, Jul 5, 2009.

  1. silentthunder

    silentthunder Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I can't believe P*ypal doesn't have an affiliate program!?? :rolleyes:
    Reason number 1,001 they are Gaypal! :D

    Anyone know a reputable merchant program with an affiliate program attached to it so that everytime a customer makes a purchase I get affiliate commisions?

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  2. antsaoo

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    well atleast they had in one point dunno about anymore? you get something like up to 1000€ what from the selling fees :p would be pretty nice if you got unlimited and got some big shots selling for millions every year haha
     
  3. qesire

    qesire Newbie

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    Hello,
    when Paypal first started they would give you $5.00 for every new customer you brought over to them.
     
  4. bizcredit

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    verotel.com has aff program
     
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    When I last checked they do, this was back in Decemeber when I did.. It's very low though and has a earning limit per referral
     
  6. legoego

    legoego Regular Member

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    don't know what it is, but it sounds painful
    Yea I remember when paypal use to give you $5.00 for new sign ups.. but at the time I think visa was like paying $50 per sign up...
     
  7. silentthunder

    silentthunder Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So they used to and got too big for their britches eh?
    Must look into Verotel. Why let the affiliate potential go to waste.
    Thanks!

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  8. ukescuba

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    paypals referral program is for signing up merchant/business accounts...

    Code:
    https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_web-referrals-mrb-outside
    you could possibly bank on this if your doing work for local smb's/startups and setting your clients up with shopping carts,etc - wish i knew about this earlier!

    you would need to sign up a lot of people though as you only make about $5 for every $1000 the referral generates....

    your better off getting a paypal debit card you get 1% on all your own card transactions ive got $540.10 back so far! lol i dont think paypal really expects that many people to get that sort of cash back! :p
     
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  9. Rhianni32

    Rhianni32 Junior Member

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    Ukescuba is correct. I was emailing them about 3 weeks ago on this for info. You get 1% if you sign up people who become merchants and then they sell things not through ebay.

    I got their paypal debit card. you get 1% back anytime you order something online or at a store that you have to sign things for.
    Grocery stores should require a signiture for > $50 and restaurants always requrie you to sign. Sure its not much but its one of those things you sign up for and never have to touch and its for stuff you are spending money on anyways
     
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    since i have one and already signed up i cant access the exact details from my account, but i believe you have to have an account with them for about 30 days or so and pass a credit check - other than that i think your good to go
     
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    I don't think its always about having affiliate. And the concept of paying $5 for every new sign up is not ethical. Cause they will take the money form the new guy who is signing up.
    Some marketing method you can't get over with.
     
  12. OldMadHatter

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    you might want to try the referral system from moneybookers
    Code:
    http://www.moneybookers.com/app/referral.pl
    don't expect to break the bank though...
     
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    actually as far as i know paypal does have a ref program. yea.. like if you get merchants to sign up for a merchant account or some shit like that you can get up to 1000 us dollars but i dont know anyone personally that has got that much. plus you get money from when they make transactions to so its not bad.
     
  14. silentthunder

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    They're still Gaypal! :smashfrea What they pay for merchants is peanuts. I for one don't come across that type everyday. They pay jack for customers and others such as Account Now and Paydotcom.com do. Getting affiliate money for every customer you transact with is bank to write home about and only fair as far as I'm concerned. I'll admit, Gaypal's ATM card is very useful though and is approaching mainstream recognition. I've used it for years. Still, I look forward to a more secure merchant account real soon.

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    I agree! However, sometimes these companies get too large for their own good and don't really care about the bottom feeders.
     
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    I think alertpay will give you pretty good money for referring active members.
     
  17. rishav.bhardwaj2

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    Neteller will be good. If u want to join by my referal link. You can PM me !!!
     
  18. DanTe_0101

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    what?
    you bumped a 3 year old thread old thread for a damn ref link for which no one give is gonna give you a fuck for it...