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What if you get a bunch of spam e-mail addresses signing up for e-mail submit CPA offers?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by DPatel304, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. DPatel304

    DPatel304 Regular Member

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    The reason I ask, is because I was possibly considering trying this method:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/blackhat-lounge/73525-fake-forum-cash.html

    I had owned a forum before, and got tons of spammers signing up for accounts. I'm afraid that, if I try this method, those same spammers will try and sign up for accounts (which, in reality, would just be those spammers submitting their e-mail addresses to my CPA offer). So, my question is, is this extremely dangerous (I imagine it would be, but, as a new black hatter, I have found plenty of things on this site that I previously was sure was not possible).

    Also, I was wondering if this would even be an issue with this method. Because the method involves creating your own custom forum registration page, I'd imagine a lot of spam bots wouldn't be able to sign up for your forums, seeing as though the registration page would follow a different format that would, most likely, be unrecognizable to the bots.
     
  2. Kharis

    Kharis Regular Member

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    I think it's againt CPA rules to trick someone into signing up. They'll realize soon enough when they don't get any conversions and you'll probably get the hammer

    have fun trying though :)
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  3. DPatel304

    DPatel304 Regular Member

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    Isn't that what a lot of these blackhat methods do, though? I'm not doubting your statement, because I know it's true, I'm just saying it seems like a lot of people here are involved in methods that involve 'tricking' people into signing up, and it doesn't seem like they are seeing any repercussions.