Is it really easier to get accepted by CPA networks with Affilicert?

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Hi Everyone,

A week or so ago I got an e-mail from Offervault that there is a new service out there called Affilicert, which helps you to get accepted by bigger CPA networks.

I am curious if anyone tried them...Are they any good? Do they really help?

Are they worth $14.99?

Best Wishes,
Allanon
#accepted #affilicert #cpa #easier #networks
  • Profile picture of the author Kenster
    It is not difficult at all to get accepted to any CPA network if you read the information in the many threads that cover this.

    I literally got accepted to all the big ones except one without knowing the slightest thing about building a web site and without any CPA experience at all. I just read a few threads on this forum and followed exactly what they said. Called the networks with confidence and that's it.

    If you have tried with no luck, then go ahead and give it a try if you have money to spend. Really depends on your budget but I would think you can get into the big networks without any paid service.
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    • Profile picture of the author Keith A.
      I agree with Kenster, I just applied to 3 top networks last week and got accepted to all of them. One of them denied me at first, then I called them and they accepted me.

      Save your 14.95 and read the posts here on how to get accepted. It's actually not that difficult.

      Keith
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  • Profile picture of the author jayesser
    I myself have never paid for any service to get into networks. All i have applied for I have been accepted. if u know your stuff they will accept you but of course if you are struggling then Offervault is worth a try.
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  • Profile picture of the author vtesta
    In A word... NO!

    I am new to CPA marketing and read all of the info that says how difficult it is to get approved by the networks. However I have applied to 4 different networks so far last week and have been accepted to all of them.

    I also received the Afflilicert offer by email and figured it would be well worth 14.95 if they could do what they say. Keyword... if.

    I applied and paid them. The next day I got a call from someone that could barely speak English and I could hardly understand him. He asked a few questions that appeared to be totally irrelevant to the process, then we hung up.

    Next day I got a "Congratulations, you have been Affilicert Certified!" email. That was easy... or was it?

    I logged in and immediately applied to a network that I was considering.

    Today I have gotten six emails so far that all say "We are sorry to inform you that your Affilicert Application has been declined. Thank you for for participating in our program."

    I tried to log back in and I can't? No explanation?

    I sent an email asking for an explanation and will be happy to let you know the outcome of it.

    But at first glance, I was much better off on my own. If this weren't backed by Mark Roth and Offervault, who appear to be reputable (no harm intended, I'm new at this), I would think it is just a scam. However, I remain optimistic that they are just having some early logistical problems and growing pains.

    I'll let you know how it turns out.

    Vince Testa
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  • Profile picture of the author Kwin
    In the last week, after finishing Kensters WSO CPA - Rags to Riches Guide I applied and got into Neverblue, Max Bounty, Peerfly, and I personally never even called them, they called me. Getting in is easy man just do some reading if your not sure what to say to them. Save your money for traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author bestbuddy1986
    Yup...its not soo hard...just call them up..explain how you promote cpa offers..
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    • Profile picture of the author TT8
      Correct me if, I'm wrong but aren't you required to give out your SSN#? I would be careful giving away your SSN#(social security number) or other really private information. I do trust Offervault.com but giving away your SSN# in any instance is something that you really thoroughly check the recipients background and history.
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  • Profile picture of the author SilverSunrise
    the most important part is the call...they just want to know wether you are a real person or not
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  • Profile picture of the author vtesta
    Here is an update....

    I made several attempts over the last 3 days to contact Affilicert support as well as Mark Roth.(the same Mark Roth that responded in less than 9 minutes when I asked him how to pay him) I finally received this response from support this morning...

    "If Applicant is denied certification, Applicant may re-apply for certification no earlier than 180 days after Applicant was previously denied certification. Such re-application shall be subject to the application process and fees applicable at the time of re-application."

    Thank you,
    Affilicert Team"

    One of the reasons they cited was that I didn't give them trade references during my application, which I can't possibly have because I am new to this? This service is touted as helping people who have trouble getting approved to get approved. Yet the only way they may be able to help you is if you don't need their help? If you are well established and have trade references, you don't need them?

    I have yet to be denied acceptance by any network that I have applied. My first denial was from Affilicert. Worst part is there is no way to contact anyone there to speak to?

    Oh well, money down the drain. In my opionion, this is a total scam. Very peculiar for a company that's purpose is to screen fraud?

    I would stay away. It is not necessary to be certified by Affilicert to get accepted into the networks, and from my experience with them, it is actually detrimental to make an application with them.

    Vince
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    • Profile picture of the author TE2
      Originally Posted by vtesta View Post

      Oh well, money down the drain.
      Vince,

      Send them a message with the following:

      Subject Line -

      Action Required - Chargeback Warning - Final Attempt

      Email text -

      Please refund my money immediately.

      Prior repeated attempts to resolve this matter satisfactorily have failed.

      You leave me no choice other than to file a chargeback to resolve the issue.

      I will file the chargeback if a complete refund has not been issued within 24 hours from the time stamp on this message.

      Regards,

      your-name-here



      It will cost them somewhere between $35-$50 in chargeback fees if they don't refund your fee.

      Of course, the above assumes you paid with a credit card.

      Regards,

      John
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  • Profile picture of the author pitocus
    When I first heard about this some days ago first thing I did was to verify which networks were included.
    I was not impressed.
    At all.

    This is the list:

    Rextopia
    XY7
    Market Leverage
    Unanimis
    Float Interactive
    Motive Interactive
    Lead Expose, Inc.
    Hybryd Ads
    Offeratti
    AdCommunial
    adCanadian
    Uniqueleads
    affiliatewise.com
    Global Ad Revolution
    CPA underground
    Swish Marketing
    Affiliate Venture Group
    Unite Network
    CPA Flash (Revenue Vision)
    Peerfly
    Triad Media
    RevenueStreet
    Partner Data (LFMNetwork)
    AsSeenOnPC
    Partner Weekly
    elite clicks media
    AdJump.com
    Media Trust
    Commision Monster
    Guppy Media
    Affiliateer
    Revenueads
    EWA
    AdMax
    B-Line Revenue
    Neverblue
    Affiliate Traction
    NDustry Clix
    CPAWAY
    Globalizer network
    Adscend Media
    AffiliateNetwork.com
    Ndemand
    CPADNA
    Video Performance Network
    MundoMedia
    SmartEoffers
    Get Ads
    Axon Media
    adjuice
    AdMedia
    Affiliate Cash Pile
    Clickspeed
    Commision River
    eComLeads
    Health Converters
    Highprofits
    Hybryd Ads
    Morning Falls
    Offer Fusion
    Snapvertise
    Uniblue
    Wix
    YeahCPA

    Notice you can't even find Maxbounty or Azoogleads in there.
    It's a nice try indeed, but personally, I wouldn't bother in trying them.
    As most other posts explained, the getting accepted part is not that difficult, and the receiving the money part shouldn't be either. And I guess that pretty much covers their unique selling points, so...
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    • Profile picture of the author mikepac
      Originally Posted by pitocus View Post

      When I first heard about this some days ago first thing I did was to verify which networks were included.
      I was not impressed.
      At all.

      This is the list:

      Rextopia
      XY7
      Market Leverage
      Unanimis
      Float Interactive
      Motive Interactive
      Lead Expose, Inc.
      Hybryd Ads
      Offeratti
      AdCommunial
      adCanadian
      Uniqueleads
      affiliatewise.com
      Global Ad Revolution
      CPA underground
      Swish Marketing
      Affiliate Venture Group
      Unite Network
      CPA Flash (Revenue Vision)
      Peerfly
      Triad Media
      RevenueStreet
      Partner Data (LFMNetwork)
      AsSeenOnPC
      Partner Weekly
      elite clicks media
      AdJump.com
      Media Trust
      Commision Monster
      Guppy Media
      Affiliateer
      Revenueads
      EWA
      AdMax
      B-Line Revenue
      Neverblue
      Affiliate Traction
      NDustry Clix
      CPAWAY
      Globalizer network
      Adscend Media
      AffiliateNetwork.com
      Ndemand
      CPADNA
      Video Performance Network
      MundoMedia
      SmartEoffers
      Get Ads
      Axon Media
      adjuice
      AdMedia
      Affiliate Cash Pile
      Clickspeed
      Commision River
      eComLeads
      Health Converters
      Highprofits
      Hybryd Ads
      Morning Falls
      Offer Fusion
      Snapvertise
      Uniblue
      Wix
      YeahCPA

      Notice you can't even find Maxbounty or Azoogleads in there.
      It's a nice try indeed, but personally, I wouldn't bother in trying them.
      As most other posts explained, the getting accepted part is not that difficult, and the receiving the money part shouldn't be either. And I guess that pretty much covers their unique selling points, so...
      Ndemand Affiliates is a great network we pay net 15 and pay weekly for quality pubs and im almost always reachable if pubs have issues, thats more than alot of other networks offer
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  • Profile picture of the author ILUVCA$H
    This is a new program and I think it will become more and more popular as we move forward and it becomes harder to get accepted. I hope to see more affiliates using this tool in the future.
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    Luke Smith | Affiliate Manager
    (858) 848-LUKE
    www.motiveinteractive.com
    IM: LukeMotive
    SKYPE : lukejSmith1

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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by Allanon24 View Post

    Hi Everyone,

    A week or so ago I got an e-mail from Offervault that there is a new service out there called Affilicert, which helps you to get accepted by bigger CPA networks.

    I am curious if anyone tried them...Are they any good? Do they really help?

    Are they worth $14.99?

    Best Wishes,
    Allanon
    NO!!! Don't waste the money.
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  • Profile picture of the author badboy_Nick
    Originally Posted by Allanon24 View Post

    Hi Everyone,

    A week or so ago I got an e-mail from Offervault that there is a new service out there called Affilicert, which helps you to get accepted by bigger CPA networks.

    I am curious if anyone tried them...Are they any good? Do they really help?

    Are they worth $14.99?

    Best Wishes,
    Allanon
    Affilicert will not make it easier for you to get approved by an affiliate network. They arent an official partner of these network so it wont make a difference whether you are a member or not. Plus, you have to disclose all your details to an extent where it compromises your privacy.

    Hope that helps

    Nick
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    Read my incredible story: www.affiliatechamp.co.uk
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    • Profile picture of the author JDE
      As of this May 5th, Affilicert has been shut down by the owners. I think it was a great idea, because it is SO time consuming filling out individual applications for each networki Affilicert allowed you to apply to most of the networks with the click of a button, without having to fillout multiple applications.

      Agents for Affilicert (probably from India) would call and go online to verify much of the information requested in each application. Since the majority of CPA apps are declined due to potential fraud, the verification process allowed the networks to know that the applicants were real human beings, and they did actually call all of my references.

      Here is the letter I received from them on May 5th, announcing that it was closed:

      Dear Affilicert member,

      After an initial trial period, we have decided, based on many factors,
      to place the Affilicert program on hold indefinitely. We appreciate
      your business, however, you will not be able to apply to the various
      networks through Affilicert.

      Of course we are offering you a full refund if that is what you would
      like, however, we are offering another option which you may find
      provides you with far more value than the cost of your membership. We
      have already added to the members area a new tab titled COURSES. Under
      this tab you will find 2 courses, one called "CPA Cash Machine" (Sells
      for $47.00) and the other called "Private Videos from $3K workshop"
      (not for sale but attendees paid $3,000). This is a tremendous amount
      of valuable content on CPA marketing, traffic techniques, social
      media, niche research and much much more. In all there are over 20
      videos and PDFs on different aspects of internet marketing.

      These courses are LIVE in your members area right now. Feel free to
      go check them out. If you would like to keep your access to this
      material, you do not need to do anything. If you prefer to receive a
      refund instead, simply email us at support@affilicert.com and we
      will process it for you.

      Thanks again for your business and we hope that you are satisfied with
      our resolution of this matter.

      Regards,

      Mark Roth & the Affilicert Team
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  • Profile picture of the author vtesta
    I knew this was a total rip-off! I'm glad they shut down. They are the fraudsters and as far as Mark Roth... he is obviously not as reputable as he would has us believe. They basically stole my money as far as I am concerned!
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