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May 11th, 2005, 11:38 AM #1New Agreement Is Wrong
I have a corporation. I have 3+ websites. I get paid to the corporation and use my Fed tax id. I have tried over 20 times to sign up for linkshare using my legal info - registed with the state I am incorporated with and at my bank. Yet - Linkshare (my bank, my state of corporation, all other affiliate networks are able to pay via my corporation) says they will no longer pay my legal corporation since I am not verified. I am a member of the merchandiser program and i sell - but now i cannot get paid. Come on guys. Is this legal or what? Recently i was contacted by Dunn & Bradstreet and they put my corporation into their directory - yet Linkshare says i am not legal. What a bunch of crap.
May 11th, 2005, 01:48 PM #2
May 11th, 2005, 01:53 PM #3
Linkshare (my bank, my state of corporation, all other affiliate networks are able to pay via my corporation) says they will no longer pay my legal corporation since I am not verified
- Join Date
- January 18th, 2005
May 12th, 2005, 12:28 PM #4No payments will be made unless they can verify my company
"1. All Affiliates Must Register:
All affiliates must register for a master account. Existing affiliates will be able to continue to log-in and manage their LinkShare accounts. However, beginning in May, all affiliates must register in order to get paid through the new consolidated payment system. To register your account now, login to your affiliate account and go to the "Legal Entity Registration" link in the "Your Account Tab." If you do not see the "Legal Entity Registration" link in your account you have already registered the account through the new process and no action is necessary."
Chairman and CEO, LinkShare Corporation
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