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Will a network notify you if your account is suspended?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Nosence, May 2, 2012.

  1. Nosence

    Nosence Senior Member

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    I'm considering running traffic to a specific network, they have an offer I need but they only offer net 30.

    If I run this offer and the advertiser doesn't like the traffic, will they suspend my account and notify me or just let me continue running traffic to their offer and then refuse to pay me?

    The traffic is coming from Adwords, so I am laying money out and I don't want to somehow get screwed.
     
  2. hameem

    hameem Elite Member

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    They are most likely to not pay you. If your traffic is legit then you can ask your AM after a few conversions. Halt the traffic till you get a response.
     
  3. petefader

    petefader Junior Member

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    I wonder that too, the CPA network has the habit of banning right before payout. But they could block you from that offers too without banning.
     
  4. Nosence

    Nosence Senior Member

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    So they will just let you run offers and ban at payout?

    Traffic is all Adwords, in my experience traffic quality all depends on the offer with Adwords. And some quality is great and others suck
     
  5. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    CPA networks don't ban you without reason you are their income.
    If you are sending fraud traffic the advertiser will contact the network to
    block you from the offers and the network will not get paid for your conversions
    so they are at a loss too.
    If you send fraud traffic it is highly likely you will be banned without notice and not even
    wasted an email with ever again.
    If it is just quality of traffic the network should contact you and review your traffic source.
    Not all advertisers like or will accept blanked referrer.
    Talk it through with your AM they are there to help you make money not rob you.
    You have to remember the network sees every ip, referral url and traffic source if too many a deemed to be proxies
    or duplicate IP's they will be considered bad traffic as well.
     
  6. cashnone

    cashnone BANNED BANNED

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    IF traffic is from adwords, ensure that it is targeted properly and quality will be fine. After 100 leads, just ask via email (so there is a record) if it is backing out for the advertiser.
     
  7. petefader

    petefader Junior Member

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    Hi Oxonbeef,

    What if the traffic source is good, not kind of fraud traffic that are coming from proxies, however the lead doesn't convert well for the advertiser. What would the network do? Would they ban affiliate for it?
     
  8. petefader

    petefader Junior Member

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    Any network can answer me this? :)
     
  9. marusia

    marusia Senior Member

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    if the traffic isn't good but it's not fraud, then they would either pull you from the offer or give you a quality scrub. That's what I've seen in my experiences. Banning doesn't happen from bad traffic (usually), it happens from fraud.
     
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