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- May 12, 2005 at 8:19 pm #588673AnonymousInactive
Has anyone used these guys for PPC. Only see one affiliate on their site when searching for “gambling”.May 12, 2005 at 8:48 pm #665473AnonymousInactive
They look brandnew….May 13, 2005 at 7:32 pm #665520AnonymousInactive
they are offering 20 bucks for free to try them out, so guess there’s nothing to loose…not expecting much, but will let you know how it goes…May 13, 2005 at 7:43 pm #665521AnonymousInactive
I haven’t used linkpassport, but here are a few I have that give you money to start that are a waste of time.
I have just about given up on the ones that give you free $. I think they give the $ because they have no traffic and pray that someone will deposit.May 17, 2005 at 3:26 am #665650AnonymousInactive
Went ahead and tried Link Passport out with their free 20 bucks. The account was set up today, I chose several common keywords, since they don’t have many bidders…and set all bids to .01. And, you guessed it, not even 12 hours later, there have been over 1200 clicks.
Our database records every click through to a casino from our site, and by comparing the IP addresses reported from Link Passport to the IP addresses in our database, not 1 single click through was registered.
So, don’t bother wasting the time, even for the free 20 bucks, it appears all of their traffic is fraudulent. Makes you wonder how a company like this can even stay in business.May 17, 2005 at 3:46 am #665653AnonymousInactive
They prey on people who don’t track clicks and don’t know any better than to be impressed that so many clicks can be generated and deposit real money.