Microjobs for Peerfly CPA offers

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Hey folks,

This morning I woke up to find my Peerfly account suspended!

Recently I started to experiment with Microjob sites like ClickChores - The web's trusted micro jobs site. and http://Microworkers.com

I was paying $0.41 per US lead to submit a valid email address for one of my CPA offers that paid $1.60 per conversion.

In theory I should have been able to scale this up bigger and bigger and "print money" as they say. The reality is while it did sort of work, I was only getting coversions 1 out of every 20 for some reason. The email addresses looked legitimate so I'm not exactly sure what's going on there.

Anyways, I asked my manager at PeerFly why my account was suspended, and he referred me to Corey. I'm waiting to hear back, but I'd love to ask more questions so I can continue to make money and avoid breaking any rules at the same time.

In my defense, there's no mention of this on their website so I hope it can be resolved quickly: Disallowed Traffic Methods

What do you guys think? Have any of you ever tried this??
#cpa #microjobs #offers #peerfly
  • Profile picture of the author RealCasher
    Dude you are cheating their system and you made this thread to say this, and to blame them for suspending your account?
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    • Profile picture of the author RafaelThaGreat
      Originally Posted by RealCasher View Post

      Dude you are cheating their system and you made this thread to say this, and to blame them for suspending your account?
      This is false.
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  • I'm amazed how little empathy people have. If you where paying peerFly $2.00 or whatever they are charging ($1.60 is what the affiliate gets) would like some freelancer putting a fake lead to you? NO YOU WOULD NOT, but you have no empathy so when you do it to the "sucker" it's ok. Just amazing this is the only reason we have wars no one cares about the other side as long as they get what they want. I'm sad I think it should e a win win and in this case it should be a win for the person who is paying the bill (PeerFly's client who is paying for the leads) but apparently you don't care about them DO YOU?
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    • Profile picture of the author RafaelThaGreat
      You lost me on this post, but I will say you are mistaken.

      The issue wasn't me sending fake leads or email addresses or "ripping off" anyone.

      I believe my traffic source is simply not allowed, which is hardly "ripping off" someone.
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  • Profile picture of the author Affiliatebuddy
    You are toooo much innocent to post it here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
    So you tried to scam them/commit sign up fraud - and you're mad at THEM for banning you?
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  • Profile picture of the author David Keith
    You were outright stealing from the people who pay to advertise via the peerfly network.

    How would you fell if the people you paid $.40 cents to do a job cheated you and only did the job 1/5 of the time but expected you to pay 100% of the time?

    That how peerfly advertisers feel when scammer like you deliver them bogus leads.
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  • Profile picture of the author greenowl123
    You need to ask yourself the following question :

    If it is so easy for you to pay $0.41 per US lead to submit a valid email address for one of my CPA offers that paid $1.60 per conversion and you can "print money" doing this... then WHY would the advertiser on Peerfly (who pays for the leads or conversions) not do this himself / herself and "print money" ???

    Think about it.
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    • Profile picture of the author RafaelThaGreat
      I understand your logic, but you are wrong. Internet Marketers are supposed to be good at delivering traffic, sales and leads.

      There are tens of thousands of ways to accomplish this. If I'm a business or website, all I care about is making a sale, not what the latest IM trends or websites are just to get an email address.
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  • Profile picture of the author LimitlessTraffic
    It is definitely unethical what you did. These advertisers that places offers on CPA networks are paying for their leads. Affiliates sending them leads get rewarded.

    It's not hard to tell that the leads you send their way are fake by checking IPs and how unresponsive they are.
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  • Profile picture of the author RafaelThaGreat
    Just to clarify, I'm not mad/upset with Peerfly whatsoever and I don't recall ever saying that.

    As I said, I read Peerfly's banned traffic methods on their website and it mentions nothing about microjobs. With that being said I decided to try it out with about 30 microjobs offering $0.40 cents per US resident.

    I did not intentionally try and "rip people off". If you're rewarding me $1.60 for every valid email I send to your offer page, and I'm an internet marketer, it's my job to deliver valid email addresses in a legitimate way.

    Ripping off Peerfly and their advertisers would be something along the lines of using proxy servers and scripts to deliver bogus emails.

    I delivered about 30 real email addresses from real people, all of which I personally checked to make sure they didn't use fake accounts.

    You guys are silly.
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    • Profile picture of the author LukePeerFly
      Originally Posted by RafaelThaGreat View Post

      Just to clarify, I'm not mad/upset with Peerfly whatsoever and I don't recall ever saying that.

      As I said, I read Peerfly's banned traffic methods on their website and it mentions nothing about microjobs. With that being said I decided to try it out with about 30 microjobs offering $0.40 cents per US resident.

      I did not intentionally try and "rip people off". If you're rewarding me $1.60 for every valid email I send to your offer page, and I'm an internet marketer, it's my job to deliver valid email addresses in a legitimate way.

      Ripping off Peerfly and their advertisers would be something along the lines of using proxy servers and scripts to deliver bogus emails.

      I delivered about 30 real email addresses from real people, all of which I personally checked to make sure they didn't use fake accounts.

      You guys are silly.
      Every single one of our offers that does not allow incent specifically says that incent is not allowed. Mircoworkers is incent traffic. You are incentivizing the user to complete the offer by paying them.

      Also, if you were approved for incent offers and this was an incent offer you were promoting, you would have gotten an email (every person approved for incent does) that specifically states:

      Please keep this in mind:
      We do not allow Microworker/Microjob traffic.
      We do not allow traffic from sites that are promoting/contain Pirated/Copyrighted content.
      We do not allow traffic from 'bux' type or GPT websites.
      Our incentive offers only accept incentive traffic. You CANNOT use PPC, PPV, Search, Email, etc.
      I'm sure Corey will reply to your email soon, but I wanted to make it clear what the problem was. In the future, please contact your AM if you have any question to whether or not what you are trying to do is going to be allowed or not.
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      • Profile picture of the author RafaelThaGreat
        Luke,

        Thank you so much for the reply.

        I will make sure to to check with my AM in the future to make sure I stay in good standing with you guys

        Sorry for the misunderstanding, and thank you again!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author World Leads
    In my opinion Microjob websites are also some sortof incentives - cash incentives. Almost none offers allow cash incentivization.

    You might want to try Incentive focused Networks like AdWorkMedia, Matomy Market for this type of promotion.
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  • Profile picture of the author hbeladiya
    I'm not sure but Might be they have not received traffic as per their expectation.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Thanks for chiming in Luke, many networks wouldn't have taken the time to discuss the issue and details around it
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  • Profile picture of the author illulife
    Bro, let me help you out since everybody here is flamming you. The tactic works for certain networks that do allow incentivezed traffic. You just need to find one that allows that
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  • Profile picture of the author AravGupta
    This is blatant fraud if you ask me because think of it like this, if the advertiser wanted leads for his offer then he would have straight away registered on those microjob sites and got those leads for him...why would he need publishers running traffic for their campaigns right?

    You could land into big trouble if you are paying someone to fill out leads for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author prasy1000
      Most of the users in Microworkers are individuals from third world countries like Bangladesh, Sri-lanka, Pakistan and India. Yes, if they continuously direct leads that are not valid in countries other than USA, the quality of traffic would be really bad and this is bound to happen ! Not surprised though.
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
        Originally Posted by prasy1000 View Post

        Most of the users in Microworkers are individuals from third world countries like Bangladesh, Sri-lanka, Pakistan and India. Yes, if they continuously direct leads that are not valid in countries other than USA, the quality of traffic would be really bad and this is bound to happen ! Not surprised though.
        Not to mention this would be fraud
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  • Profile picture of the author KenSampson11
    So you actually did a fraud and now you are being innocent that you didn't knew. It was incentive traffic and it's mentioned in every offer requirement!
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