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AffiliaXe.com Totally Scam

Discussion in 'Disputes and Resolutions' started by tech12psk, May 12, 2015.

  1. tech12psk

    tech12psk Affiliate affiliate

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    Hi ive been promoting offers from AffiliaXe.com, my affiliate manager Oran Furman. with his approval of all my landing pages and traffic source i promoted the offers after making some money and generating a invoice they blocked my account,

    my affiliate id : 53604

    when i contacted my affiliate manager this is what he said

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    and now i think that they are not going to pay me !
    what should i do now ? any suggestions
     
    Last edited: Oct 16, 2016
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  3. rubelkhan

    rubelkhan Affiliate affiliate

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    my account is also blocked. I hate affilaiteaxe.com cpa market.
     
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  4. gilwolf

    gilwolf Affiliate affiliate

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    I would try to find a direct number and get them on the phone, ask them what the reason is, try to get things squared or atleast your payment out. Goodluck mate
     
  5. nutnights

    nutnights Affiliate affiliate

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    Guys just list them on Ripoffreport and other complaint boards Just F**k their reputation.
     
  6. ppcnewbie

    ppcnewbie Affiliate affiliate

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    They're F***ed already... Seems like others have problems with them as well

    Very Terrible Experience with AffiliaXe.com. Anyone Else?

    They seem to ban accounts randomly :))
     
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  7. RobinWillson

    RobinWillson Affiliate affiliate

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    Damn,, I also get blocked by AffiliaXe at Aug min.
    I'm new and my first series campaign is to promoting offer from AffiliaXe.
    They said my ads are fraud, I really believed that.
    I think I did something wrong and I will be block by other network if using the same process.
    I paid a lot time to find out what's wrong and read lots of article.
    Then after 45 days, I saw this post.......
     
  8. ljads_jerrold

    ljads_jerrold Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    This is the second post I've seen you saying you've been banned or not paid from a network.

    If you describe what you're doing perhaps I can let you know what you are doing wrong , if you truely do not understand what is happening.

    Give me the following information

    Offer Name (helpful but not needed if the restrictions are straight forward), Offer Restictions (ie. No Adult traffic, Email only, No Incent...etc)
    And then a short description of how you are pushing the offer.
     
  9. RobinWillson

    RobinWillson Affiliate affiliate

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    Nop, I post this once. Maybe you mistook someone else.
    And, Thanks for your willing to help.
    Actually I don't think Affiliaxe so bad except this block things.
    The system is stable(click no loose, update fast), AM is willing to reply email, and many offers with nice price.
    [I said this compared to Peerfly, BidderPrice, and some local networks]

    Now, here is the story.
    I promoted WeCal calendar, targeting at PH.
    Traffic source is Decisive. Just banner display and direct link.
    In first campaign, I tried to test different copies.
    You can see my creative via link.
    At the second campaign, I took "time saving tool" as angle with different designs.
    I run this campaign for just 1.5 day, then the offer paused.
    And next day I get a email the same as others get, telling that I was fraud.

    I asked for some people, there are some reasons they said:
    1. My copy has really no convince. (yes, my copy skill need to improve, but is that as bad as fraud?)
    2. The conversion rate is too low.
    (Does a network will ban an AFF because of low CR? I don't know.)
    (Maybe I should not use direct link. Maybe I have to optimize faster, block something faster..)
    3. The advertiser didn't willing to pay.
    (I personally think it's the most possible reason so far. The WeCal offer disappeared from many networks at that day.
    And this app seems can monetize itself by only display ads.)

    Wish for experienced commend. Sincerely and Thanks.
     
    Last edited: Sep 29, 2015
  10. ljads_jerrold

    ljads_jerrold Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    @RobinWillson from what you've put here doesn't seem like you've committed any fraud at all, unless you used some unauthorized ad copy or restricted traffic source or violated some other restriction on the offer. I couldn't give you a direct answer since I don't know your ad copy or the restrictions the offer had on it at the time.

    If I were you I would ask for a detailed fraud report along with the exact reason it was rejected. Low conversion rates don't always mean a ban, depends on the everything as a whole. Direct Link definitely does not mean a ban. Optimization is something that comes with time. You tweak ad copy, landing pages (if you're not direct linking), traffic sources, bid keywords..etc.

    And as far as the Advertiser not willing to pay, once again... you need to demand that proof be sent to you about your fraudulent activities. And if they refused or didn't pay the network at all on any traffic that's not your issue that's their issue to resolve. Even if it means working out some deal with you if you're willing to do so.
     
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  11. TrafficBroker

    TrafficBroker Traffic Manager Traffic Manager affiliate

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    Don't use them,
    Its bunch of some guys from EWA network which was closed because of non payment and fraud issue.
    These guys never explain what happen, never deliver or show advertisers report,
    But close account near the payment date,
    By the way, If your amount is small like 100 or 150 dollars you can hope a payment but over 300 very hard to get paid from them

    Stop using them
     
  12. AffiliatePartner

    AffiliatePartner Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    They have to give you some reasoning behind blocking your account or at least just subtract the fraudulent leads from your commissions.
    Bad Business. thanks for the heads up
     
  13. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    Bunch of guys behind EWA? Who exactly?
     
  14. andree

    andree Affiliate affiliate

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    Tell us more about it
     
  15. dyang

    dyang Affiliate affiliate

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    I just registered a affiliatefix account, just because of
    AffiliaXe.com is really a big scammer.

    Do not use them if you want promote any offers
     
  16. T J Tutor

    T J Tutor Administrator Administrator moderator affiliate

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    What was your personal experience. It is important to tell us why when you make a post like this. Tell us your story.
     
  17. dyang

    dyang Affiliate affiliate

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    my account have beem blocked for some reason that I don't know and they don't know, I never and ever get so bad experience from other one,No more words for this scam network, bye scam affiaxe.
     
  18. skyfallsdown

    skyfallsdown Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    I know some guys running good volumes with them ,they are strict on some offers but banning accounts randomly I don't think so .

    Anybody else got a bad experience with them ?
     
  19. trackingdesk

    trackingdesk Service Manager Service Manager affiliate

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    Since I'm no longer on either side or the fence, I will try to provide some insights of what's going on in an affiliate network so perhaps it will give some light on this issue.
    First of all, i'm not associated or have ever worked with affiliaxe. I dont know how good, performing, friendly, strict or honest they are, so what i'm writing here is a general opinion that can be applied to any other company.

    It's an interesting paradox to discover that a company will somehow cut some of its future revenues, risk to damage its reputation for the sake of not paying some affiliates for traffic that was allegedly sent via some fraudulent manners.

    Why would someone (a few people actually in the food chain - affiliate manager, team leader, affiliate director and compliance manager) in its right mind take that route?

    1. The affiliate did actually fraud the system?
    2. The affiliate didn't follow the campaign rules?
    3. The affiliate network is in a bad financial situation and is trying to cut expenses?
    4. The affiliate network is totally dishonest?
    5. The advertiser scammed the affiliate network?


    Blocking/banning an affiliate is an extreme measure taken by an affiliate network because it simply goes against all its business strategy and good business practices. Since an affiliate network's foundation is primarily based on its good business practices and reputation, by blocking an affiliate, they simply shoot in their own leg. Does that make any sense to you?

    So obviously we don't know in details what went down with this particular case beside the outcome, and we need to take @tech12psk testimony for its face value, but common sense tells me that there is a story and there is an other side of the story and before crucifying an affiliate network for applying its terms and conditions, there is a need to know a bit more.

    I'm sorry if my contribution isn't very popular. I have been in both positions in the past and I know how it feels to get commissions blocked and I also know how it feels to fight on a message board over a decision made to ban an affiliate and forfeit commissions due to fraud.

    My advice would be to invite the aff network to present its story so we can understand (or not) their decision.

    I hope that helps.
     
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