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October 23rd, 2009, 09:22 AM #1PPC Payments and Fraud Filters
My Capital One rewards card turns off about once a week due to fraud detection filters. My Wells Fargo rewards card did the same thing, which is the reason I moved to Capital One.
Does anyone charge more than 1K a day on their card and not have fraud detection problems?
I really don't want to go to invoicing of PPC because the rewards programs are incredibly awesome, but rewards cards may not be sustainable after a certain level of PPC spend?
JamesMerchants, any data you provide to Google Shopping should also be in your affiliate network datafeed. More data means more sales!
October 23rd, 2009, 10:01 AM #2
I don't spend quite that much, but close.
Do you have a backup card listed at AdWords? That will help when/if your main card gets denied from the fraud detection.
You might try an Amex. I highly recommend the Starwood Amex or Hilton Amex (or the new Hilton Surpass Amex). The hotel awards can be a very good value. You'll earn status at the hotels from your CC spend, which gives upgrades and other perks. You can transfer Starpoints to airline miles with a 5k bonus for every 20k transferred, which essentially means you earn 1.25 miles per dollar spent.
October 23rd, 2009, 10:10 AM #3Originally Posted by MichaelColey
If Amex doesn't work, I might try allocating a different card per service.Merchants, any data you provide to Google Shopping should also be in your affiliate network datafeed. More data means more sales!
October 23rd, 2009, 10:32 AM #4
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I would recommend BofA. I've run into a few issues before and they have great customer service. I'm sure if you spoke to them and explained your situation they would provide the support you need.
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