Anyone Running Traffic Exchanges Credits Based Site/s?

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Hello,

anyone here running traffic exchanges credits based site/s?

I see some who have successfully added paypal to their site/s to accept payments, but others claim that paypal refused their site/s.

How come some sites are refused while others accepted, when they are using the same biz model, and what suggestions do you have with regards to accepting payment to such sites?

I don't wanna add paypal button only to get my account frozen, for adding it to such site.

Thanks...
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Henshaw
    You could try posting to the NetMarketing Forum. Although no where near as good as it used to be, it still caters mainly to TE owners and users:-

    Net Marketing Forum

    Just my thoughts,
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    • Profile picture of the author Lee Glynn
      Wow. I had no idea these traffic exchanges were still running. Surely they cannot work anymore.They were only effective for getting tyre kickers 'interested' in the past. Whats the verdict on how they are performing now, would be really interested to hear.
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      • Profile picture of the author Mystery777
        Originally Posted by Lee Glynn View Post

        Wow. I had no idea these traffic exchanges were still running. Surely they cannot work anymore.They were only effective for getting tyre kickers 'interested' in the past. Whats the verdict on how they are performing now, would be really interested to hear.
        I also thought so, until I found out my friend owns one which is making him very good income. However, he didn't face any prob adding paypal and 2checkout to it. His was approved while mine was denied by 2checkout (want to double check with paypal though).

        The market is still there. It is just us who moved on to better things, usually tend to think old things are dead. To newbies, traffic exchanges and safelists are still the only way to get traffic to their sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Shane Roe
    Mystery,

    I for one have fairly decent results from traffic exchanges.

    There was actually a HUGE debat regarding them awhile back located in this thread:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...nges-work.html
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  • Profile picture of the author anthony2
    Originally Posted by Mystery777 View Post

    Hello,

    anyone here running traffic exchanges credits based site/s?

    I see some who have successfully added paypal to their site/s to accept payments, but others claim that paypal refused their site/s.

    How come some sites are refused while others accepted, when they are using the same biz model, and what suggestions do you have with regards to accepting payment to such sites?

    I don't wanna add paypal button only to get my account frozen, for adding it to such site.

    Thanks...
    you can checkout alertpay, linkpoint, safepay.
    one of those should work with your service.
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  • Profile picture of the author AndrewStark
    Most of the safelists I use accept paypal, with the main alternative being alertpay.

    Best option is to contact the owners of the big sites and ask them directly.
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