ClickBank Notice to Paretologic Affiliates

by waken 4 replies
Hey, I'm not sure if this is real but I got it from this email id: communications@comm.clickbank.com

Anybody getting this too? Basically it says..

Dear Paretologic Affiliate,

Effective tomorrow, September 24, 2008, the following accounts will no longer be listed in the ClickBank Marketplace:

  • Paretopc
  • Regcure
  • Xoftspy
  • Xoftspyse
ClickBank will continue to sell these products and you may continue to promote them and earn commissions. To be clear, we are NOT stopping the sale of these products through ClickBank. We are only removing these products from the Marketplace due to Paretologic violating ClickBank?s terms and conditions.

However, if you would prefer to start promoting similar products from other publishers, we encourage you to considering promoting one or more of the following products:
I'm not sure if it's real. But when I did a search at Clickbank, it seems to be true. The link within the mail that display this
© 2008 ClickBank | Privacy Policy | ClickBank Home
links to http://links.mkt778.com/ctt?kn=10&m=...jkS1&mt=1&rt=0

And because I'm promoting this product, I was wondering if it's real.

I tried to check if the page will still load my affiliate id on it but because there's no buy button there but just a download, I'm unable to check unless I download it. Is there a way to check such a clickbank product with no buy button but a trial download button to see if the affiliate id get cookied?

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
    This is what I don't get. The product violates Clickbank's TOS but they're
    still going to allow it to be sold.

    To me, this is simply a case of Clickbank not wanting to lose its gravy train.

    This product must be making them a lot of money WITHOUT affiliates
    promoting it and thus, they can't ditch it altogether.

    Makes no sense to me, but heck, what do I know? I'm just a cab driver.
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    • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
      See my reply in this thread:


      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...rketplace.html

      Nothing to worry about....

      Peace

      Jay
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      • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
        Originally Posted by JayXtreme View Post

        See my reply in this thread:


        http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...rketplace.html

        Nothing to worry about....

        Peace

        Jay
        Jay, I understand but if the product is in violation of their TOS, how can
        they still allow it to be sold at all?

        Isn't TOS violation grounds for getting your butt kicked out period?
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        • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
          Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

          Jay, I understand but if the product is in violation of their TOS, how can
          they still allow it to be sold at all?

          Isn't TOS violation grounds for getting your butt kicked out period?
          LOL.. yeah sorry Steve.. that was for the OP so he didn't worry about his hops etc...

          I agree but they were only de-listed as a warning for the activites that were the problem..

          Peace

          Jay
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          • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
            Originally Posted by JayXtreme View Post

            LOL.. yeah sorry Steve.. that was for the OP so he didn't worry about his hops etc...

            I agree but they were only de-listed as a warning for the activites that were the problem..

            Peace

            Jay
            So in other words, if they correct the violation (the product owner) they'll be
            allowed back in?

            Seems to me that they really have no incentive to do that based on
            what the problem is.

            So the product owner gets the best of both worlds. They get to sell the
            product through Clickbank and can still pull their little shenanigans at the
            same time.

            Gotta love this business.
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    • Profile picture of the author waken
      Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

      This is what I don't get. The product violates Clickbank's TOS but they're
      still going to allow it to be sold.
      That's what puzzle me too Steven.
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris Lockwood
        Originally Posted by waken View Post

        That's what puzzle me too Steven.
        Me, three.

        Delisting it won't even prevent new affiliates from selling it, would it? As long as they can figure out what link to use.

        What is the subject matter of these products?

        Anyone know what terms they violated?
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