Ok so here is the idea I had to stop networks asking questions. It might work, it might not. It may already be a used method. But thought I'd get some advice/tips on it before I try it. The brief idea is to register a domain. Something like 'cbrtacking.com' and make it look like all your traffic is coming from 'cbrtracking.com/trackingid/32532532532523523' So when the network looks at the referrer they see it as a tracking ID. When they go to 'cbrtracking.com' you set up a "Currently in BETA mode. To apply contact us here ... etc". So it looks like a BETA version of a new tracking system. Now, lets say I am promoting an offer on CJ and the URL is workfromhome.com/?s=34324&a=34324 ... I want to cloak it. I'd set up a database with all my links and each would have unique hash (maybe an MD5 from the timestamp). On my BH site I put the cbrtracking.com/trackingid/32bitmd5hash links. When the user clicks it performs a cURL request to the affiliate link. Sort of like the way a URL shortner works, but you're in full control if it and the referrer is not preserved. Does it sound like something worth doing?