Neverblue Application denied

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I just got a stock rejection email from Neverblue. I will be trying lots of others, but would like to try and turn this one around, as I'm legitimate and, despite being newish to CPA, am experienced in IM and am ready to go with a couple of campaigns.

Thing is, last few times I called their offices in Canada (I'm in Australia), I get a message saying they've got a backlog of applications, and unless you have the name and number of your AM, they can't talk to you.

Anyone know how or who I can get on to about this?
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  • Profile picture of the author williamrs
    Visit The Affiliate AIM List - Instant Messaging List for the Affiliate Marketing Community. You will find the AIM of some of their affiliate managers there. Try to contact one of them and give as much information as you can about your IM experiences.


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

    I just got a stock rejection email from Neverblue. I will be trying lots of others, but would like to try and turn this one around, as I'm legitimate and, despite being newish to CPA, am experienced in IM and am ready to go with a couple of campaigns.

    Thing is, last few times I called their offices in Canada (I'm in Australia), I get a message saying they've got a backlog of applications, and unless you have the name and number of your AM, they can't talk to you.

    Anyone know how or who I can get on to about this?

    Give them a call and ask if they can reconsider. Often the phone call will make them change their mind. They aren't trying to keep legit affiliates out, just scammers/fraudsters!
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  • Profile picture of the author DrewClement
    The problem seems to be that so many affiliates are flocking to the same networks, that not only is it backlogged in terms of applications, but there is also so much in house competition that everyone is having to deal with.

    I guess that brings up another issue though, as internet marketers are heading to new networks that are unproven and end up getting scammed in the end.

    Kind of why I think for IM'ers need to consider going with smaller networks that offer personal support and attention, yet have a history of success as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Freeman77
      Originally Posted by DrewClement View Post

      Kind of why I think for IM'ers need to consider going with smaller networks that offer personal support and attention, yet have a history of success as well.
      Personally, I really like Neverblue's site, and they're a top-notch operation, but I stick with a couple of smaller (but well-trusted) guys. I have received a couple of checks from Neverblue back in the day, and if memory serves it took quite a while to receive my payout.
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    • Profile picture of the author cpabrainstormer
      Hey JustMint,

      I'm in Neverblue right now and I was talking to my AM a few days ago and he said that there has been a RIDICULOUS number of applications being sent in right now. He was telling me how they are significantly cutting down the number of acceptances they are granting. So my advice is, join a network (like Maxbounty, Affiliate.com, etc.) and get some experience.

      Once you have that experience, you will be able to go back to Neverblue and should have no problem being accepted. Problem is, there are sooooo many threads out there for "How to Get Accepted Into any CPA network" that these networks are getting amazingly good at spotting the people who are basically reading a script. It's funny too, because what people don't understand is that representatives from these networks come here and read those threads too. So they know how to spot the fakers and the ones who actually have experience with CPA marketing. The ones who post the "get into any cpa network" threads think they are helping people by posting this stuff, but it is actually really hurting a lot of CPA beginners.

      So like I said, join another network, prove you can make some money, and then head over to Neverblue. Hope that helps!

      Best of Luck,

      CPABrainstormer
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      • Profile picture of the author Freeman77
        When I was applying to Neverblue, I had VERY little experience with CPA. I had gotten into Maxbounty, but that was it. I didn't lie, but I certainly didn't stress how inexperienced I was

        The guy asked me what kind of verticals I like to run, and I was like, "Uh...verticals?" I didn't know what he meant. Somehow, I got in regardless.

        Now that I have experience under my belt and I pull some respectable numbers, I feel like the shoe is on the other foot, and they are the ones who want me.

        Once you get a little experience with lesser-known companies, you can apply again and wow them with your knowledge.
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