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will this be dangerous?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by j3rki, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. j3rki

    j3rki Regular Member

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    hi guys :)

    i want to iframe some cpa offers with ghostcpa. but when i did it the last time, the freezed my account and said i have to send them a copy of my id.. what do you think? should i send it to them? im doing 400? per day with it...

    cpa redirector used!!!
     
  2. altrnt

    altrnt Registered Member

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    Perhaps you could first ask them why they want a copy of your ID and why they freezed your earnings. After that you could send them a copy if everything is legit.
     
  3. teeniegenie

    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    Why would sending your id make a difference? That will only tell them more about who you are the next time they freeze your account and take your money...
     
  4. lambie

    lambie Registered Member

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    Don't worry about ur ID, just like US based networks require SSN for all US affiliates, it's part of business. Networks like Copeac, Peerfly also require an ID.

    In your situation, they might be suspicious about your traffic and leads...
     
  5. deeznutzca

    deeznutzca Newbie

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    Can you send me a PM with your e-mail on it? I have something that may be worth discussing. I don't have enough posts to PM yet.

    Thanks.
     
  6. raybes

    raybes Junior Member

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    What is your EPC? Some networks ask for ID, but you must have set off some red flags if they asked for it after you were accepted, which is not surprising if you are iFraming offers. It takes a lot of work to fly under the radar with that...