New MCR policy

Live forum:

Getstuff4free Kyle

14-06-2007 20:27:38

I regret to announce that effective immediately, GS4F can no longer accept manual credit requests. This is NOT a GS4F decision, but a decision made by the affiliates that we deal with. I would like to point out that (to answer any future questions) switching to another affiliate is not an option. The affiliates that we deal with are the only ones that are consistently friendly to freebie sites and switching affiliates will only cause much greater problems than already exist. I would also like to point out that this is going to be an across the board moratorium on almost all freebie sites, so if site X hasn't announced this policy, they probably will soon. I would also like to point out that I stand by the affiliates in their decisions. Please do not direct your anger towards them. Direct it towards the frauders, scammers and maybe even yourselflili that made it possible.

liliDo not read into the word "yourself" anymore than was intended. I am not at all accusing everyone who is signed up to one of my sites of being a troublemaker, but I know by simple logic that some of you reading this are.

And for further reading....

An urgent announcement regarding missing credit reports (also known as no credit reports).

Due to a recent rise in fraud, Free4Me.Net will no longer be accepting missing credits on any offers completed. Recently we have lost many advertisers due to fraudulent completions of offers. As you may notice, approximately 20+ offers went down today alone. [b130d126297]This is NOT just on Free4Me but this affects all "freebie" sites and networks. [/b130d126297]

After long consideration and discussion with our publishers it has been determined that a large amount of the fraud is being lead by fraudulent missing credit reports. Either faked reports, reports submitted on multiple sites, etc, just to name a couple.

Users are to complete offers they are geninuely interested in - otherwise, this is considered fraud. If the only reason users are completing offers is to gain credit - the advertisers see this as fraudulent. Therefore, as part of our stance to provide our advertisers with good, quality leads we are doing our part to assist in fraud prevention.

Please feel free to message me if you'd like to discuss this further. You may also send in a support ticket via Free4Me and reach me.

Free4Me Alesha


17-06-2007 10:59:07

Hi Kyle!

We all pretty much know about the manual credits but what is your payout schedule going to be like now?



Getstuff4free Kyle

17-06-2007 12:13:25

[quotec54bba6656="lekrtk00"]Hi Kyle!

We all pretty much know about the manual credits but what is your payout schedule going to be like now?



See post about policy changes.