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    OOOPS just realized was an old POST, LOL GethsemeneRose's Avatar
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    How do I? (Warning another stupid Newbie Question)
    how do I stop filling up my emal with all the answers to the posts I make? Or do I have to go to user CP and unsubscribe after every one I come here and read using the new post feature then I have to go to my email account and clear out all the things I just read it is very annoying (not to mention the emails are hard to read)

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    If I understand you right:

    User CP > Edit Options > look for "Messaging & Notification" > Default Thread Subscription Mode
    Choose "Do not subscribe" from the drop down menu.
    Save changes.

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    OOOPS just realized was an old POST, LOL GethsemeneRose's Avatar
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    Ok cool. Actually I like being subscribed then I can see what threads I was talking in but I see a choice of No Email Notification I have changed to that I think that should work. Thanx for the patience for a newbie lost in this big new world of Affiliate / Merchant marketing

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    Quote Originally Posted by GethsemeneRose
    Ok cool. Actually I like being subscribed then I can see what threads I was talking in but I see a choice of No Email Notification I have changed to that I think that should work.
    Yes, it should work.

    Quote Originally Posted by GethsemeneRose
    Thanx for the patience for a newbie lost in this big new world of Affiliate / Merchant marketing

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    OOOPS just realized was an old POST, LOL GethsemeneRose's Avatar
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    Rather than start a new thread I have another Stupid Newbie Question... What is Charge Back?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GethsemeneRose
    Rather than start a new thread I have another Stupid Newbie Question... What is Charge Back?
    You know, Google is your best friend:

    http://www.strategicwebventures.com/...ry/Chargeback/
    http://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/chargeback.asp
    http://financial-dictionary.thefreed...com/Chargeback

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    OOOPS just realized was an old POST, LOL GethsemeneRose's Avatar
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    Ok I understand WHAT it means. What I was asking was what is considered a high charge back and what is a low one. How do I determine a good one if I am looking at potential merchant to affiliate to. sorry. I think I goofed because I should have just posted in the thread were I first read about it then the question would have made sense. but I didn't want to hijack Another thread for my stupid questions so I put it here LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by GethsemeneRose
    Ok I understand WHAT it means. What I was asking was what is considered a high charge back and what is a low one. How do I determine a good one if I am looking at potential merchant to affiliate to. sorry. I think I goofed because I should have just posted in the thread were I first read about it then the question would have made sense. but I didn't want to hijack Another thread for my stupid questions so I put it here LOL
    A charge back is (most likely) a cancelled or returned sale that then charges back the commission paid out to the affiliate. So, the affiliate will "owe" that commission back to the merchant.
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    Great and simple explanation Rexanne! Thanks!

    To determine the reversal rate for each merchant isn't so easy without
    information from the same merchant, GethsemeneRose.
    And the % of reversals is different for each industry. Usually some
    networks/merchants provide affiliates with this info (or at least they do it
    by request).

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