Is it bad for affiliate industry ?

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  1. dea4cim

    dea4cim Banned

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    To Our Publishers,



    We regret to inform you that as of this morning, for financial circumstances beyond our control, Millionaire Network, LLC has closed its business. We are in the process of pausing all advertiser campaigns and hope to have them all paused by the end of the day today. The company will be winding up its affairs as quickly as it can and will liquidate its assets and distribute the proceeds to our creditors on a pro rata basis thereafter.



    We truly regret that these actions are necessary and we deeply appreciate your business. We wish you all continued success in your future endeavors.



    Sincerely,



    Parker, Wiz and Dean
     
  2. ProducerK

    ProducerK Guest

    I don't think its bad for the affiliate industry, per se.
    There are plenty of networks that have been around for 10+ years, and aren't going out of business anytime soon.
    I have my thoughts about what happened here...But that's not to be shared.
    All I hope is that all the affiliate who are owed money are paid out.
     
  3. nymailer

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    I highly doubt the rokso did them in, prob bad money management and too much risk with advertisers.
     
  4. lucrumnet

    lucrumnet New Member

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    seems more they 'splash' the faster they 'crash'
     
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    Always be suspicious of any network selling you a "lifestyle"
     

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