My sad story promoting Clicksure CPL offers.

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Be careful if you promote Clicksure these days. Heard so many horror stories about Clicksure voiding commissions, have had my fair share of voids as well but never thought it'd happen to my Confirmed paychecks. I've been a regular affiliate on Clicksure and have generated some tens of thousands in affiliate sales for their CPAs.

Only yesterday, on trying to login into my account, I discovered the account had been restricted. On contacting support, they said some vendors claimed my traffic was fraudulent. That's to say sending soload traffic to their offers is fraudulent. What a joke!

Surprisingly, all the CPLs I promoted got voided about a week ago so I assume these are the vendors claiming my traffic was fraudulent. For the benefit of doubt, I only promoted these CPLs using my lists and soloads. These same soloads convert excellently well on other CPA networks but never did so good on Clicksure. Yet, the little conversions that came on have been reported as fraudulent. What a joke from Clicksure!

I have over $2,000 commissions in my account as at the time this happened. All generated on other CPA offers, about 75% of that amount already Confirmed by Clicksure. No responses have been provided regarding what happens to my confirmed paychecks from these other CPAs on their network.

That's my sad story promoting Clicksure offers. They'e got lots of dishonest vendors over there.

Be careful when you work with Clicksure.

PS: I've switched most of my traffic to a much better network that truly cares about their affiliates, and getting much excellent conversion rates.
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  • Profile picture of the author Isaiah Jackson
    Originally Posted by Dann Vicker View Post


    Be careful when you work with Clicksure.

    PS: I've switched most of my traffic to a much better network that truly cares about their affiliates, and getting much excellent conversion rates.
    Care to share what network you use now, I've been looking for an alternative to Clicksure, would love to know what networks you have used.

    Talk soon,
    - Isaiah Jackson
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    • Profile picture of the author Dann Vicker
      Originally Posted by Isaiah Jackson View Post

      Care to share what network you use now, I've been looking for an alternative to Clicksure, would love to know what networks you have used.

      Talk soon,
      - Isaiah Jackson
      You may want to send me a PM about this
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  • Profile picture of the author trcktr
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    • Profile picture of the author Dann Vicker
      Originally Posted by trcktr View Post

      my some friends also faced this problem...really its there fraud activity....so be careful everyone..
      Exactly...lets see how this turns out. I've messaged Clicksure's Dee on here on the forum and still waiting on an update from them.
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  • Profile picture of the author John_3771
    Hey Dann, yeah you definitely aren't the first to post their terrible results with Clicksure and I'm sorry to hear about your problems. I wish you nothing but the best with your marketing efforts!
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  • Profile picture of the author mat3636
    I sent PM to you ! Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author heavysm
      I'm pretty sure this is just a scammy way for some marketers to get free leads from unsuspecting affiliates. They'll offer an enticing price per lead so that affiliates will use their offers, then once they see a lot of leads coming their way complain about the quality etc and get the affiliates account shut down.

      It's not a very nice practice, but because clicksure has had almost zero response to correct this I say to stay away from their network entirely.

      They say it's up to the sellers discretion what constitutes fraudulent traffic. Entirely up to the seller? Really, clicksure?
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