PPI Networks
2014-07-20, 05:12 AM,
#1
Does anyone know of any ppi networks that pay weekly? cause i use perinstallbucks now and i think they are doing some serious Have offer problems?, my bitly says 300 clicks but i only got 3 installs, doesn't add up to me.

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2014-07-21, 08:45 PM,
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Most likely they aren't Have offer problems?.
They use the Amonetize installer, so if you feel they are Have offer problems?, just move to Amonetize.
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2014-07-21, 08:47 PM,
#3
Bit.ly links can be very unaccurate. And every PPI has a big rate of detection since most of them are hidden bitcoin miners. So it is probably that users clicked your link but their antivirus detected the software and didn't install it.
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2014-07-21, 09:12 PM,
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(2014-07-21, 08:47 PM)Migos Wrote: Bit.ly links can be very unaccurate. And every PPI has a big rate of detection since most of them are hidden bitcoin miners. So it is probably that users clicked your link but their antivirus detected the software and didn't install it.

Lol, where do you get your info that all of them are hidden bitcoin miners? I thought they were all just adserving units for specific programs like chrome, firefox, specific games..etc..
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2014-07-21, 09:17 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-07-21, 09:18 PM by 1MMigos.)
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(2014-07-21, 09:12 PM)Valerie Wrote:
(2014-07-21, 08:47 PM)Migos Wrote: Bit.ly links can be very unaccurate. And every PPI has a big rate of detection since most of them are hidden bitcoin miners. So it is probably that users clicked your link but their antivirus detected the software and didn't install it.

Lol, where do you get your info that all of them are hidden bitcoin miners? I thought they were all just adserving units for specific programs like chrome, firefox, specific games..etc..

My sister searched for a movie online and got a PPI install and for 3 days I had 100% CPU usage and my fans were running like crazy...when I did a virus scan I had 2 bitcoin miners :) and it was from that PPI install which I uninstalled when i saw it.
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2014-07-22, 12:37 AM,
#6
(2014-07-21, 09:17 PM)Migos Wrote:
(2014-07-21, 09:12 PM)Valerie Wrote:
(2014-07-21, 08:47 PM)Migos Wrote: Bit.ly links can be very unaccurate. And every PPI has a big rate of detection since most of them are hidden bitcoin miners. So it is probably that users clicked your link but their antivirus detected the software and didn't install it.

Lol, where do you get your info that all of them are hidden bitcoin miners? I thought they were all just adserving units for specific programs like chrome, firefox, specific games..etc..

My sister searched for a movie online and got a PPI install and for 3 days I had 100% CPU usage and my fans were running like crazy...when I did a virus scan I had 2 bitcoin miners :) and it was from that PPI install which I uninstalled when i saw it.
Holy crap, thanks for the information, i'll definitely factor that in when choosing which PPI network to promote.
Can I know which virus scanner you used to remove the viruses pls?
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2014-07-22, 01:03 AM,
#7
(2014-07-22, 12:37 AM)Valerie Wrote:
(2014-07-21, 09:17 PM)Migos Wrote:
(2014-07-21, 09:12 PM)Valerie Wrote:
(2014-07-21, 08:47 PM)Migos Wrote: Bit.ly links can be very unaccurate. And every PPI has a big rate of detection since most of them are hidden bitcoin miners. So it is probably that users clicked your link but their antivirus detected the software and didn't install it.

Lol, where do you get your info that all of them are hidden bitcoin miners? I thought they were all just adserving units for specific programs like chrome, firefox, specific games..etc..

My sister searched for a movie online and got a PPI install and for 3 days I had 100% CPU usage and my fans were running like crazy...when I did a virus scan I had 2 bitcoin miners :) and it was from that PPI install which I uninstalled when i saw it.
Holy crap, thanks for the information, i'll definitely factor that in when choosing which PPI network to promote.
Can I know which virus scanner you used to remove the viruses pls?

Malwarebytes
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2014-07-22, 01:49 AM,
#8
For PPI netwerks who pay weekly, can be easily found on google.

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2014-07-22, 02:04 AM,
#9
And even if you find a PPI network that pays daily they will require from you to earn many $$ daily.
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