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Will I be banned for this

Discussion in 'CPA' started by blackknyt, Jul 1, 2008.

  1. blackknyt

    blackknyt Newbie

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    Well okay a few days ago I had a killer idea which I call epimping. Gonna try it out first before I spread it around.

    Basically part of the process is to get a user to fill out a cpa form in order to start a program up. Now in order to have it 100% automated I have to know they filled out the form pretty much instantly. I was wondering if the companies would raise an eyebrow if I wrote some javascript that checked if the form was submitted. from a programmers point of view

    Load Offer in Iframe
    OnSubmit of form, redirect the window to the script.

    what you guys think?
     
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  2. Belexandor

    Belexandor Junior Member

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    I think you might want to contact Smitty first to make sure that he doesn't own the term "epimping".

    He might not sue you but then again.......
     
  3. blackknyt

    blackknyt Newbie

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    :) cool but I got bags on epimping2.0
     
  4. Whisker

    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    I think this would probably work, you should try it out. Similar to other types of "unlocking" by cpa offers such as the password torrent method, email verification, facebook apps, etc.

    What programs would you use this on?
     
  5. blackknyt

    blackknyt Newbie

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    well basically a chat program where the bot does dirty things to them lol, Naturally number 1 seo rule lotsa targeted traffic!

    Hey do you think the networks will consider the javascript too intrusive or does anyone else have ideas to make sure that the offer was definitely filled, possibly enter a password, curl my subids will take too long.
     
  6. gkgk11

    gkgk11 BANNED BANNED

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    The quality of your leads would be crap and that would lead to you getting kicked off the offer or the network itself.
     
  7. cparainmaker

    cparainmaker BANNED BANNED

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    yeah def. a good idea
     
  8. igetmoney

    igetmoney Newbie

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    i think it would work, obviously, if you have all the logistics figured out then it can definitely work.


    with them shaving its gonna be kinda hard to track it perfectly. but for the most part, sure.

    there are alot of "scripts" and programs that check your stats on the cpa networks already, so they prolly wouldn't get suspicious of that.
     
  9. MaxSteve

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    blackknyt, what you are describing is incentivizing a campaign. Just about all networks support some sort of callback function. This callback function will call some sort of PHP/ASP/whatever script on your server everytime someone completes a lead. You'd want to make sure you only use this incentivization on campaigns that allow it, or you could get banned by the network.
     
  10. igetmoney

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    yeah your right, its just incentivized leads.