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Two questions for you CPA Pro's

Discussion in 'CPA' started by orbit, May 5, 2009.

  1. orbit

    orbit Regular Member

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    Are you allowed to have the same person apply for multiple offers thru the same CPA co?

    What is a good script for setting up multiple offers to the same visitor?
     
  2. ximscreamingx

    ximscreamingx Power Member

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    You could always contact your AM and simply ask her what she thinks. If you have a good relationship with your Ams vs just black hatting their ass and getting banned, you can legally get away with so much more.

    I have one Am from a 1st tier network who lets me run PPV to all of their offers (where PPV is completely not allowed).

    Asking is not an inditement of action.

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  3. writt

    writt Junior Member

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    I think it depends on the advertisers. If an advertiser has three different offers running through a network, they may only pay you for one lead, even if your prospect does all three offers. But if the offers are from three different advertisers, I don't see you couldn't get paid on all the offers.
     
  4. oscarslater

    oscarslater Regular Member

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    the general/safe answer is no you wont get paid

    But you never know as xim says just ask

    oscar...
     
  5. Gogeta

    Gogeta Power Member

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    Heh man good to see you back.
     
  6. plunge

    plunge BANNED BANNED

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    if it's a whitehat-ish method that you'd be employing, show your AM ahead of time so it won't look fraud-like on their compliance reports. but be aware the same IP doing multiple conversions WILL show up on networks' compliance stuff, so this may get you unwanted attention even if it's "ok"
     
  7. shadowpwner

    shadowpwner Regular Member

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    STOP.

    When did AMs become girls? :D

    All kidding aside, hopefully one won't ask too obvious or too many questions about black hatting. It might get the :confused: suspicious.