mid-level n00b introduction, done $18K -10weeks icontact

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  1. mikedoesbooks

    mikedoesbooks New Member

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    need offshore bulletproof servers if such things exist, have 1 mil records from CPA google cash offer $1 front end with a 79/mo forced continuity. data 1 yr old. sending clickbank bizop offers w icontact . I never send aol or yahoo addresses
     
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    DOH! This is the noob section and I can't go against the rules which were put in place to be... nice to these type of posts.

    <biting tongue, blood trickling down shit>

    "Mmmph! mmmmphhhhhhhh fummmmmmmmmm yommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm"

    P.S. Why does one need to include revenue produced when the simple question is "hey Peeps, I need hostin"
     
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    My 'ban hammer' finger is itchy with this one...but I'll go along with Roundy for the time being. Noob is one thing but straigt up idiot is another. I'd say this might be our first troll thread! :261: But having run an offer with this description as an AOR I'll share my opinion: #1. the front end charge is wrong, they were ALL $2.79 +- (free plus shipping) unless they were thrown to a reduction page at which point the cost was .99 and that turned into a rebill rate on those buyers of less than 20% because these fools had NO MONEY! #2. Forced upsell - this was a straight offer runnig on almost every network and no one needed to force it because it was converting like crazy, if it WAS forced it was from obviously off of another offer which also contributes to a horseshit 2nd cycle billing rate. I know of 1 or 2 networks that felt they needed to force it but I won't blast them here. And finally #3. this offer dies over 2 years ago so there's no way this data is only a year old.

    Hence the need/want of offshore bullet proof...because if he does have this data it's so horribly full of screamers, complainers, charge backs and dead addresses he'd be a fool to try it legit.


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    oops! n00B alert
     

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