I find a lot of scammy stuff out there masquerading as "real" visitors.
I came across domaintraffic.xyz on this forum, so I thought I'd test it.
The short story is, it cost me $20. Maybe that $20 will save some of you from losing your money and other possible issues.
I sent traffic to a landing page containing links for a CPA offer. DT.xyz lifted the CPA link off my page and started sending "traffic" directly to it.
I asked them to stop and start sending traffic to the right link and they refused. They said they were sending traffic to the right link and stuck with that story all the way to a Paypal dispute.
According to them, "We are not responsible for your mistakes." And refused to stop sending traffic to my CPA offer.
I had to change the links on the page to protect my CPA account. I redirected it to domaintraffic.xyz
You decide for yourself based on the images below if they were sending traffic to the right link. And why would they refuse to change it after multiple requests?
Lifting My Link
Prettylink stats for my CPA link
Where the "traffic" is really going
Link they are actually sending traffic to
So there you have it.
Why would they refuse to send traffic to the right link?
Because they didn't know how closely I track everything. A less experienced marketer would just see all those clicks on their CPA links and never question how they got there.
Hopefully, this will save someone a few dollars and some disappointment.
Be careful out there!