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    ABW Ambassador ToughTurkey's Avatar
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    Bizarre Terms
    When half my sales for an in-house program were cancelled, I got the following explantion from the AM straight from their t&c ...

    A-1-S-u-p-p-l-e-m-e-n-t-s.com operates two separate and distinct affiliate programs:
    the in-house program managed using P-o-st-A-f-f-i-l-i-a-t-e P-r-o and a third-party
    affiliate program run by a Shareasale.com. The commission structures are
    different and you're welcome to join either program. However, please
    note duplicate or overlapping commissions will not be paid on the same
    order numbers. In the event tracking cookies from both programs register
    a sale for the same order, Shareasale.com orders will take priority.
    Again, be informed that we will not pay duplicate commissions.
    So it's not a matter of last cookie in, it's a matter of who made the cookie.


    BTW In-house pays 12%, SAS pays 7%.

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    Wow, if half of the in-house commissions get cancelled, I guess 7% at SAS is better than half of 12%.

    If they pay 12% in-house, I bet it would be a pretty easy sell to get them to pay 10% at SAS. With the 20% network fee, it ends up costing them the same (12%) as the in-house program, plus they have the advantage of being able to fund SAS with a credit card and not have to handle cutting individual checks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelColey
    Wow, if half of the in-house commissions get cancelled, I guess 7% at SAS is better than half of 12%.
    Exactly, and I swapped my links out the minute I got the email (and got auto-approved at SAS).

    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelColey
    If they pay 12% in-house, I bet it would be a pretty easy sell to get them to pay 10% at SAS. With the 20% network fee, it ends up costing them the same (12%) as the in-house program, plus they have the advantage of being able to fund SAS with a credit card and not have to handle cutting individual checks.
    hmmmm, .. in my incredulity (thanks for the applause**) I didn't see that.

    **for using a big word.

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