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    The same reason why big corporations break the laws like any other individual, despite all the negatives. To gain power and money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rad4 View Post
    The same reason why big corporations break the laws like any other individual, despite all the negatives. To gain power and money.
    Again, the answer is to do it yourself. Be in control of your own marketing and sales and don't depend on someone else to do it for you, be fair, or be responsible for all of your sales. If you don't trust the situation, don't get yourself into it. It's really that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold Mansfield View Post
    Again, the answer is to do it yourself. Be in control of your own marketing and sales and don't depend on someone else to do it for you, be fair, or be responsible for all of your sales. If you don't trust the situation, don't get yourself into it. It's really that simple.
    Harold, I understand all that, but that is not my question. I'm not like everyone else who just moves on and doesn't pursue knowledge on things. I want to know how this stuff goes down, period. All the offshot stuff I can think of by myself. Hence why I asked this specific question instead.

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    I think we've answered it pretty clearly and given you a lot of variables and ways to protect yourself. Is there something that we're missing? Not sure who the "everyone else" is that you're speaking of. No one would ever suggest that you don't do your due diligence and know every thing about every penny when it comes to running your business.

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    The most egregious instances of fraud usually come from other people. Not the parent company. It's usually the affiliates that execute the most scams, fraudulent clicks and sales. And then there's 3rd party websites with click fraud scams from BHO's and infections.

    In my experience, Ebay and Amazon are the ones who get scammed. Not the ones who do the scamming. I've been an eBay and Amazon affiliate for years. Even though I don't use it much or drive a lot of sales through them anymore I still get the emails and they are pretty efficient about making sure you get real time and accurate reporting. It's not in their best interest to scam you, nor is it lucrative in any way and pretty much all of the scam affiliates are gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold Mansfield View Post
    The most egregious instances of fraud usually come from other people. Not the parent company. It's usually the affiliates that execute the most scams, fraudulent clicks and sales. And then there's 3rd party websites with click fraud scams from BHO's and infections.

    In my experience, Ebay and Amazon are the ones who get scammed. Not the ones who do the scamming. I've been an eBay and Amazon affiliate for years. Even though I don't use it much or drive a lot of sales through them anymore I still get the emails and they are pretty efficient about making sure you get real time and accurate reporting. It's not in their best interest to scam you, nor is it lucrative in any way.
    Freelancier answered everything perfectly for me. Once again thx u everyone.

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    That's one of the risks of having a middle man.

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    I agree with Harold Mansfield that if you are not comfortable with someone selling your product, get someone else. As a business person you do not have the luxury of trusting.
    Creating a website today is relatively easy. The hard part is getting your site promoted properly. The money you save cutting out the middle man you give to someone to promote your site.

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