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Old 10-24-2017, 10:02 AM   #1
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How to protect your site from affialite spamming?

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So we have several great affiliates but how can we protect our sites from e.g a affiliate send email spam and we get spam complaints from host? How do you guys protect your self? I mean sure spam is not allowed bla bla in our terms etc but when its done its done so any good tips how to make sure this wont happened?
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Old 10-24-2017, 01:16 PM   #2
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first -So we have several great affiliates - is that to be taken literally or are you an affiliate with a few great SPONSORS (actual end seller of goods)
if so read on that is what I thought you meant to say.

How could you?
Most domains have whois privacy in adult affiliate world -- so who was the sender? domain privacy @ ?

As someone that has been on the sponsor side of things also; I am very skeptical of a spammed affiliate's link and do not assume it is that affiliate necessarily.

I suppose the easiest thing to do is just close and reopen that affiliate's account with a new code -- downside is that you, the affiliate, would have to update your authorized code to the new one.

This is why making all of your links redirect out in a dynamic way is always a good idea
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Old 10-24-2017, 02:21 PM   #3
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Thanks for replay.
So I/we run our own affiliate offers and as we grow we are sure we will get i some affiliates that maybe use ways to drive traffic that we not approve like email spam etc. So before we will find out the damage can be done and spam reports arrive and host get pissed and our ip blacklisted, so what I looking for tips and some ways to protect our self so this wont happened or minimize the risks.
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  1. Make Spam or unsolicited email a breach of the Affiliate contract; and,
  2. grounds for unilateral termination of the contract;
  3. including damages of the Affiliate's forfeiture of any unpaid earnings; and,
  4. the Affiliate may be found liable for any additional damages awarded by the contract's jurisdiction.

Spam and not get paid as well as the contract terminated.
Scare potential spammers off in the first place.
This is the common practice in sponsor/affiliate contracts (Affiliate Programs).
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Old 10-25-2017, 10:59 AM   #5
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Yeah thats the way to go to scare off as you say ,no point spam if I not going to pay hehe. Thanks for you taking the time to replay,appreciated
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Old 11-03-2017, 06:59 AM   #6
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Hi Guys
So we have several great affiliates but how can we protect our sites from e.g a affiliate send email spam and we get spam complaints from host? How do you guys protect your self? I mean sure spam is not allowed bla bla in our terms etc but when its done its done so any good tips how to make sure this wont happened?
I block all e-mails on my sites / servers - is no worth a time most companies don't allow e-mail marketing!
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