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    2005 Linkshare Golden Link Award Winner  ecomcity's Avatar
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    Got this from affiliateprogramsthatsuck.com

    Oh boy, I see it but I can't believe it...

    This is something that you have to let everyone know about...

    Seems as if the creeps over at iBoost, Sponsorships.net have come up with a NEW way to screw affiloate people out of money.
    http://www.nextiva.com/aboutus.html

    Can you believe it? If they owe you money, this is where you can go to collect. Fat chance of thta! Not only should we let everyone know about this but we should try to contact their advertisers as well.

    If we let them get by with this, it will never end...

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    This is too much to resist:

    Launched in September of 2001, Nextiva is a "Total Online Advertising Solution" serving the needs and solving the problems of interactive marketers and online media buyers worldwide by screwing our publishers out of all monies. Our mission is to guide, power, and innovate Internet advertising in the 21st century with 16th century torture devices and 17th century marketing styles.

    As exclusive representatives of iBoost u-boost, we-all-boost Online properties-which is currently ranked in the Top 500 Web properties by Nielsen/Net Ratings for reasons beyond anyones control. This shows the utter meaninglessness of Nielsen/Net Ratings, or the total idiocy of the net community, one or the other. Nextiva has cultivated their talents and skills of getting publishers to bend over even without vaseline which served to position these properties in that position in less than one ; and now provides the Internet community with the most effective and diverse marketing solutions even if we can not manage to write proper English, or even American in the full view of the whole (hole?) internet community.

    We offer our clients a wide selection of online media management services, premium in-house B2B and B2C channels, results-based campaigns, along with a vast assortment of newsletters and permission-based emails. We can reach anyone,anywhere,anytime. In other words, we still own all the email addresses of all the former publishers we've screwed out of money, all the purchasers who ever waltzed through their websites, and we don't hesitate to use them (without vaseline, of course).

    Developing and implementing a successful Internet advertising campaign requires the right combination of research on rats, strategy to manipulate with or without vaseline, management of pain, technology for instant ability to close down an operation, and understanding of the art of bending over. Nextiva serves media buyers by helping them to hit the bull's-eye of their online target (errrr...have these guys been hanging out at cj and are they trying to implicate certain member sites in their games??). Our long-term successful clients include Adobe, American Online, American Express, Business.com, DotTV.com, Microsoft bcentral, Sprint PCS, and Wells Fargo.We will successfully screw them and anyone who markets them at the same time.




    [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] only the bolded remarks were added by me

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    2005 Linkshare Golden Link Award Winner  ecomcity's Avatar
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    Guess that pretty muchs summs up the new improved launch of the old advertising scam site nextiva. Funding this was a no brainer since they never plan on payout out commissions. Next step is to get in bed with the www.scumware.com group and open up a few more spamm farm offshore servers for mass "targeted" e-mailings.

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    "(errrr...have these guys been hanging out at cj and are they trying to implicate certain member sites in their games??)~Webmistress"

    Hmm, maybe it's time for me to do a Fred-style lawsuit against them! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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