We know how difficult it is to prevent online fraud, so we have decided to offer our valuable resellers guarantees that will help them avoid losing the benefits of their hard work.
NO TIME RESTRICTION GUARANTEES.
Full refund of your traffic credits on Paypal chargebacks.
Full refund of your traffic credits if your customer opens a Paypal dispute and you lose the case.
Additional bonus credits to your traffic campaign if your customers complain about the number of visitors not matching their counter (up to 20% bonus traffic per order).
Guarantees for All Resellers.
ADDITIONAL GUARANTEE WHICH APPLIES TO YOUR FIRST 10 (TEN) ORDERS
Your First 10 Orders Are Fully Refundable if Your Customers Are Not Satisfied With The Traffic
Terms and Conditions:
The guarantees above apply to up to 30 dispute cases per year (from January to January). Proof of refund or chargeback provided by your credit card processor is required when you request a refund (such as a screenshot, etc.).
These guarantees are valid for all traffic resellers. Abusive use of the reseller-friendly guarantees listed above, or if the orders you accept are for suspicious websites only, may result in the termination of your reseller membership. However, if fake or altered refund proofs are provided, or if the refunded URL belongs to a friend or family member, that order will NOT be refunded, and your reseller membership will be terminated.
The bonus traffic guarantee applies only to complaints received regarding the delivery of traffic. You are not authorized to give the 20% bonus traffic to your customers, either regularly or as a special offer.
HOW TO PREVENT FRAUD?
Basic Points to Know Before Accepting Orders Online.
Verify whether the billing address corresponds to the customer's IP address.
Check the validity of the phone number entered by the customer.
Check the WHOIS database to confirm if the domain name belongs to the credit card holder. If the customer is coming from an affiliate link, check if their name appears anywhere on the affiliate page.
Verify the amount of time the visitor has spent on your website and the number of pages they have visited. Customers who go directly to the order page without visiting any other pages or spending less than 5 minutes may be suspicious. You can check this in the "visit length" section of your counter provider. We recommend using Google Analytics, as it is free and provides enough information about visitors to verify orders as described previously.
SUSPICIOUS CASES (Must be verified by phone - Recommended):
You should double-check and verify the validity of the following cases:
Large order amounts and fast traffic requests.
IP addresses that don't match the billing address.
Invalid phone numbers.
Use of free email addresses, such as Yahoo or Gmail.
Customers who access your website via a proxy.
Orders from non-verified PayPal users.
Multiple popups or any other intrusive advertising methods used on the customer's website (95% fraudulent).
Viruses or Malicious content on the advertised website (95% fraudulent).