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  1. #1
    Join Date
    January 17th, 2005
    Thank you for your application to

    Unfortunately, at this time, we are unable to accept your site for membership.

    Generally, our membership team looks for the following qualities in a site:

    Quality Site Design
    Top-Level-Domain (i.e., (not required but recommended)
    Website Language (We only accept sites in English)
    Prospective ability of your site to drive traffic to our Merchants
    Any illegal, porn, hate, etc... on your site, or on sites that you link to
    Other misc. factors
    Your site also must be up and operational (viewable) in order for us to approve you

    (You can re-apply at any time if you choose to)

    You must have a valid web site or email address/list to participate in this program.
    If you do not have a website, you can visit for low cost web hosting and registration. Support

  2. #2
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    Join Date
    January 18th, 2005
    Because they said so....

    (sorry, I'm a mom and that was the first thing that popped into my head)
    Deborah Carney

  3. #3
    Join Date
    January 18th, 2005
    At first I was outraged by the denial until I viewed it was a China affiliate.

    You may be one of the few honest people in china but the chronic fraud has created skeptics of all merchants.

    FRAUD is rampant and it all comes down to risk factors.

    China is one of those countries that have a phenomenal risk factor. I am sick to death of loosing money to fraud, and if I have to exclude an entire nation to prevent money from my family being STOLEN than so be it. I prefer not to risk my lively hood on a person I do not know.

    Fraud is the equivalent of someone coming into my house and taking the food off my table. It’s THEFT and no matter how you slice the story, until people understand that Big or SMALL stores it does not matter WE ALL feel it.

    The thought that it’s a corporation so they will write it off has got to stop. Its not a corporation – when hundreds of thousands of dollars are lost to shop-lifters or internet fraud, that money has to come from some where, YOUR JOB, YOUR MOMS job. Someone is not going to eat tonight because of theft or Internet fraud.

    Like most things in life – until the THIEF is stolen from – Then and only then will that person understand?

    Its sad you have to suffer for these horrible people, but China is known for Communism and theft and your paying the price!

  4. #4
    Full Member
    Join Date
    January 17th, 2005
    Last year, LS had an online frum, one of the affliates was almost sreaming that one of their merchants owed him $8,000, and that he spent a lot of money, promting the products, the reply from the ceo was "It was a Japanese company, and they went bankrrupt, the affiliate was advised to get a lawyer, This was a dumb answer, how could the affiliate get a lawyer to sue in Japan, when they charge so much here.It's better to be safe than sorry.

  5. #5
    Full Member
    Join Date
    January 17th, 2005
    huolong - without looking at your site it's hard to say why. It's like asking a doctor "whats wrong with me? over the phone. Re-read SAS's explanation. Is your site in English? Is it viewable? Do you promote porn? If it's not in English or viewable then the porn question is un-answerable. (if thats a word). It may be a good idea to post your url, so we can all give you a solid answer. I do however, have to agree with Sandra. Fraud use to be funny. People ordering items and expecting a real stupid merchant who would ship to Indonisia, overnight, charged by a Florida credit card. We would always email these fraudsters "your order has been shipped. Please wait at your door as you will have to sign for it. It should be there any minute." Now fraud is a costly pain in the **S! One idea I had for these fraudsters is to send them old smelly rotted food in a box!

  6. #6
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    Join Date
    January 17th, 2005
    Winterpeg, the Mosquito Capital of Canada
    And have you done the most obvious thing

    LIKE ASKED SAS WHY????????

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