Most CPA networks that has these offers don't even care, because they are not the ones promoting them. You are.
Not only are the good majority of the leads you get to submit their email are scrubbed (you don't get paid for), but promoting these offers will eventually get your account banned when advertising at most advertising sources.
I have a coupon niche website where I typically partner with companies directly to get my offers, but I decided I would place some of these free coupon, giftcard offers from some of the CPA networks I am part of on my site.
Then I started getting feedback from some of my visitors saying that these offers are scams and never actually give anyone what the offer said it would give. And also asking for personal and credit card info.
So I decided to test the offer myself. I put in my email address to supposedly "instantly download free coupons", it then popped up with several other offers after the submit, asked for shipping info and even fees. I closed out the window, never confirmed my email or anything...
About 2 weeks has passed since, I got 539 spam emails in my spam box. The email address I used is an account that's barely used. I typically receive 3-5 emails per week, max.
But now since that schemy email submit, this happens...
I am now getting 30+ spam emails per day from all kinds of malicious crap from that one email submit offer. No matter how many emails I unsubscribe from, I keep getting more.
So if you are promoting these stupid $1.40-$1.70 per email submit offers, this is what's going to happen to your visitors. And it will actually make you look bad because they found the offer from your ad or website, and it's literally impossible for them to get out of it.
And it's a shame that CPA networks allow these advertisers to do this. And that's aside from the other stuff like, pop-over email submits on the landing page (that you won't get paid for), exit pops, redirects etc.
I wasn't going to mention a specific CPA network, but I reported offer # 6909 and # 6906 to my AM at Peerfly. These offers were redirecting to something that's crazy and telling people that adobe needs to be updated (malicious software download attempt). And no the offers weren't paused.
From Peerfly's end, they weren't seeing this malicious redirect, but I was and the visitors on my website were. And my AM at Peerfly says I can't report these offers because it's working fine from their end.