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#1 soren

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Posted 13 June 2018 - 06:21 AM

look it up on scamadviser.com, to see how they consider the webpage, not that it's any garanties, 

but you get some indications on the page.

​but new sites usually, always have a bad rating, just because they are new, but they tell you that, so it's not always bad, because of a bad rating, scamadviser just don't have enough data, on the site. 

Some people also comment on some of the sites, so if you have been scammed somewhere, would it be a good idea, to look it up there & tell about the company, in comment, to warn others.

 

Do also have a good antivirus program, that advise you not to enter a page, if they mean, that something is wrong, the one I use F-secure, does just that once a while, and I just don't enter anything, when they give me that message.

 

I also have adblocker from Adguard.com installed, that also, tell me not to enter some pages, but strangely enough, they don't  have restriction on the same sites, so that's probably not any garanties either, but anyway I like to have those warnings.

 

eg. a program that seems cool to me (easycash4ads), but when I enter it, my antivirusprogram blok me doing that, I can choose to enter anyway, but I don't, but I saw the video, when the program was new, so therefore I know it.

see how it looks, when I get blocked  in Attached Thumbnails, it's in another languages, but it blocked, because it's a harmful webpage, it says.

about it's right, I don't know, but I don't use it, even that it seems strange to me,

that there should be any problems, with this program

Scamadviser have a 79% rating on that site, which not bad, so I don't really know, what to believe.

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#2 rpsmith

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 04:18 AM

Before I join any new program, I ask a few questions: Is it too good to be true? Does it promise an unreasonable profit margin? Does the presentation play on your emotions or have a high pressure sales pitch?

 

I always stress the idea of doing due diligence. There are many of those scammers who are very polished in their presentation. I listen to my gut when I visit these sites.


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#3 weblord

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Posted 24 June 2019 - 12:52 PM

do a research first on scam directories if they are listed.

see if some top promoters are using them or not / or promoting them or not

read reviews about it, google is your friend.


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#4 captkirk

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Posted 24 June 2019 - 04:00 PM

I never check to see if a new site is a scam.

I do make it a point to communicate with the Owner/Support.

I have read bad reviews that wasn’t true about sites that I promoted.

A lot of sites that I promote now are from owners that have been around for years.

To most people my whole industry is considered a scam... Network Marketing, MLM, 1 Up and etc...
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#5 weblord

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Posted Yesterday, 03:12 AM

check out the reputation of the websites

see the comments/reviews

get in touch with the owner

 

that's all there is and the other are 95% work, 5% motivation..


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#6 captkirk

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Posted Yesterday, 08:46 AM

If the owner don’t reply to my emails I don’t promote the sites.

If they don’t reply to my questions and concerns they won’t reply if they owe me commissions.
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#7 weblord

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Posted Yesterday, 06:02 PM

yes that's right the true test is when they reply or have the time to reply to their emails and if they have a good trouble ticketing system in place.


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Posted Yesterday, 08:09 PM

I make it a point to contact the Owner/Support, if they don’t reply I won’t promote the site...
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Posted Yesterday, 08:22 PM

yes get in touch with the site owner, they know how to best market their site, though we have some new ideas for them, let them hear it.


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#10 captkirk

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Posted Yesterday, 08:27 PM

No, I know how to best promote new owners sites when they’re brand new themselves...
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