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Official RingPartner

RingPartner is the pay per call exchange.

  1. ringpartner

    ringpartner Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    RingPartner is a Pay Per Call Performance Marketing Network based in Victoria, BC and Founded by Experienced Performance Marketers.
     

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  2. kjrocker

    kjrocker Get your fix Ninja! affiliate

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    Recently came to know Mike Williams from ring partners while searching for pay per call campaigns over all great people tins of informative stuff and tutorials/guides . Specially in pay per call campaigns they do have a wide variety of offers :)
     
  3. multimastery

    multimastery Affiliate affiliate

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    Very shady company! I lost a lot of money dealing with them. They will use any excuse not to pay you - No affiliate protection! They allow scam advertisers to weasel out of paying you. Don't waste your time & marketing budget on RingPartner they are nothing but a scam!
     
  4. ciybee

    ciybee Affiliate affiliate

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    I've been hearing to much negative feedback surrounding this company. I'm not foolin with it.
     
  5. ringpartner

    ringpartner Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    We payout all publishers that drive good quality, legitimate traffic and we certainly take care of our publishers. We are unable to payout for calls that are returned due to poor quality or disallowed promotion types.

    Any publisher that would like to learn more about the RingPartner Network for themselves can apply to be accepted as a publisher.
     
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  6. razrus5

    razrus5 Affiliate affiliate

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    RP is straight on with the pay per call offers. I have checked out alot of the offers. I am still testing with pay per call. RP is the one to watch for these types of offers.
     
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  7. flambeau

    flambeau Affiliate affiliate

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    I happened to be accepted into RingPartner affiliate network very recently. What I appreciated as soon as I joined was a follow-up phone call I received from my affiliate manager checking out on how I was doing. Now that was a real encouragement for me. Keep up the good work.
     
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  8. Shohrab Hossain

    Shohrab Hossain Affiliate affiliate

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    Scam network, don't try to work with ringpartner.
     
  9. hypefree

    hypefree Affiliate affiliate

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    Wow I read 3 people just last 2 days saying its' a scam network can't wait to read reply from Ring partner.

    PS: I have not done anything yet just shocked about reading that it's a scam network I hope it's not :(
     
  10. T J Tutor

    T J Tutor Administrator Administrator moderator affiliate

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    Hey @Shohrab Hossain , please post evidence when accusing any business on this site of scamming you. Otherwise, it makes you look spammy.

    Please post your evidence of being scammed. You can also have @ringpartner respond here since you have made this public.

    I'm saying, be fair when calling someone out like that.
     
  11. ringpartner

    ringpartner Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    When publishers violate our terms and conditions or promote campaigns in through unaccepted means, we cannot pay them for generating those calls.

    Promotion methods that are not accepted by the advertisers and do not follow our terms and conditions jeopardize our relationship with advertisers and our network.

    If a publisher would like discuss their situation they can always email us at distribution@ringpartner.com or call us at 1.888.656.3726.
     
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  12. Shohrab Hossain

    Shohrab Hossain Affiliate affiliate

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    Hey tjtutor, see this post Ringpartner is Scam
     
  13. T J Tutor

    T J Tutor Administrator Administrator moderator affiliate

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    Yes, I have seen all of your posts and you still have not posted evidence. You are not showing email exchanges, screen shots of fraud, and from what I have read you have not called and spoken to the compliance department. All I have seen is you making claims they have defrauded you and you have not presented any evidence.
     
  14. Shohrab Hossain

    Shohrab Hossain Affiliate affiliate

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    Hello , @tjtutor please same conversation with ringpartner.

    Image 1: Disable Message
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    Image 2: Contact with Ringpartner after disable.

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    Image 3: Compliance team suspend message without cause.

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    Image 4: Some conversation but not response.


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    Image 5: Second review

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    Ads approve from Ringpartner team,

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    But overall process i have no fault. Ringpartner is Scam. It's true.

    Thanks
     
  15. affiliate

    affiliate Affiliate affiliate

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  16. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    Is this resolved yet?
     
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  17. Shohrab Hossain

    Shohrab Hossain Affiliate affiliate

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    Not resolved. Actually maybe @ringpartner only scam network.
     
  18. T J Tutor

    T J Tutor Administrator Administrator moderator affiliate

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    Well, @Shohrab Hossain has shown that the compliance department is not willing to give specifics for some reason. All they say is "suspicious activity" and "multiple compliance concerns". There has to be something we are not seeing here.

    Networks are not very forgiving these days and I understand why (such a vast expanse of fraud out there), but a detailed explanation is always warranted when someone is not paid. Vague reasons for not paying someone is less than professional in my opinion, even if it is undeniable fraud, a detailed explanation is warranted.

    Something similar happened to me 4 years ago with a network based here in the states. A network made a similar claim with one of my accounts and they would not give me specifics. They owed me over $13k and wouldn't pay. They were within a 7 hour drive. I paid my attorney at my location $2500 to have a local attorney in the networks town get a local courts writ and to meet me at the networks location. We walked in with a writ commanding them to demonstrate the details for their failure to pay or make payment to avoid court proceedings, and the judge that issued the writ allowed us to add the travel expense and the attorney fees to the writ. I had a check within 2 hours. Sometimes they are scams, but I still maintain that 99.999% of the time the networks are operating with honest intent. The network still refused to do business with me and they never gave us the details for suspending the account. The network went out of business that same year.

    I have been in this business for around 15 years and that is the only time I had any account of any kind suspended or banned. I always play by the rules. Always! However, Newbies can make mistakes, and for that reason I think that the networks should be forgiving sometimes and give second chances (especially to Newbies). Something none of them do at the moment from what I have read.

    Keep in mind, most all of these networks operate with a "right to refuse and/or cancel" an account at anytime without cause, which gives them the right to give no reasons for account suspensions and bans. It does not give them the right to not pay based on vague explanations. None the less, I find it a misgiving and unprofessional stance to take when refusing to pay someone. Even when it is absolutely a case of fraud, details should be forth coming to the fraudster. This is actually a requirement of the U.S. Fair Trade Act. Refusal to pay earnings in the states must be accompanied with proof of lawful cause to do so. The federal statutes and the international statutes come into play here because we are doing business across state borders and country borders.

    I think maybe it's time to move on @Shohrab Hossain and focus on your business earning to cover your losses. Do this to prove to yourself, your fellow marketers, and the other networks in your business that you are a stand up guy.

    There is no clear winner here. All that I see is bad press for a network and a publisher that hasn't been paid. No clear evidence pointing in either direction.

    Bad things happen to good people, and vice versa. Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and get back in the game!
     
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  19. internalsoul

    internalsoul Moderator moderator affiliate

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    I was planning to join ringpartner but putting that thought on a hold for the moment. Will see how it goes.
     

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