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Hostapa didn't pay commissions, rewards and blocked my account.What should I do?

Hostapa is a fraud host company, and the promotion host commission is not paid. I give them the account manager [email protected] Send an email as follows:Hello, my website is dedicated to introducing hosts. It has been 8 years since I became your affiliate partner. I have used your hosts, and I feel that they are relatively common. Neither price nor service have prominent advantages. So over the years, there are not many customers who have been promoted to buy your hosts. Last year, you made a profit on the price of the Heiwu promotion. As soon as the cost-effectiveness ratio was raised, I recommended it to netizens and colleagues, attracting their purchase. I have always believed in you. The stable hosts who also do the Black Five campaign have launched $5.4/year hosts, and more people buy stable hosts through my website. The recommended commission of Stalehost is much more generous than you. For the mainframe purchased on November 25, 2022, they actually paid me the commission in advance at the beginning of December. Can you imagine? How much I trust in stacehost! But speaking of you, even my email to you was delayed for several days without any reply, let alone you didn't want to pay the commission, ignored the bill that was due and determined to pay the commission, and set the recommended host order as rejected. But I think the result of our hard help recommendation was so easily denied by you. At present, I have suspended the publication of all hostapa articles. I hope you can give me a satisfactory response. Thank you

They replied:

Hey there,

Thank you for the follow-up question.

After further investigation, we have discovered potential fraudulent behavior in which case we have rejected the orders in question.

We are unable to pay out commissions in that case as it goes against our policies, terms & conditions.

If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out at any time.

Sincerely,

Nikola
Affiliate Executive

According to the previous promotion policy sent by them on November 11, the screenshot is as follows: I promoted 11 customers and bought the host within the specified time without refunding. I didn't violate the rules. After the commission payment bill came out, they began to cheat and didn't want to pay these commissions and additional $250.

Several communications failed. Now my Affiliate account has been closed. I have to expose their ugly behavior here. How can I recover the losses from such shameless host companies as hostapa?

Thanked by 1JasonM

Comments

  • from its name itself., hostapa = stafa

    Thanked by 2greentea Dazzle
  • thanks. avoid hostpapa. that's it.

  • Hostpapa is a scammer

  • bdlbdl Member

    Monopoly man strikes again

  • FatGrizzlyFatGrizzly Member, Host Rep

    man was so generous to not ruin hostpapa's seo by typo'ing them in the title

  • LeviLevi Member

    You should call hostmama and tell her on papa. No more bj's for him.

  • I don't know if it can be seen by the staff of hostapa. I can only remind you not to deal with such a shameless and dishonest company. Thank you for your comments.

  • I hope hostpapa droppen ze haut kaffe oont ze knackers

  • emghemgh Member

    All of my boys hate hostpapa

  • the only way = let it go

  • I cannot understand anything

  • @hyperblast said: I cannot understand anything

    My understanding is

    1. People buy hosting using OP's affiliate link, paying with credit card
    2. They contact the OP
    3. OP pays them some cut of his affiliate profit using non-refundable payment methods such as Alipay
    4. All of this happens in China with random "netizens"

    Yeah, this is rock solid. Zero potential of abuse here. Foreign devil is scamming poor Mr. LIU out of his hard-earned money.

  • LeviLevi Member

    @webhosted do you launder the money?

    Thanked by 2ehab webhosted
  • @LTniger said:
    @webhosted do you launder the money?

    You expect anything from a days ago registered account?

  • LeviLevi Member

    @ascicode said:

    @LTniger said:
    @webhosted do you launder the money?

    You expect anything from a days ago registered account?

    Silence is automatic confirmation.

  • @LTniger said:
    @webhosted do you launder the money?

    No, I just promote the purchase of mainframe by Chinese customers and earn a little money. That's all. I don't launder the money

  • @inland said:

    @hyperblast said: I cannot understand anything

    My understanding is

    1. People buy hosting using OP's affiliate link, paying with credit card
    2. They contact the OP
    3. OP pays them some cut of his affiliate profit using non-refundable payment methods such as Alipay
    4. All of this happens in China with random "netizens"

    Yeah, this is rock solid. Zero potential of abuse here. Foreign devil is scamming poor Mr. LIU out of his hard-earned money.

    First of all, thank you for your reply. I'm not good at English. As you can see, I actually use Google to translate. Please understand. I don't pay for the host for any customers. I'm just an affiliate link promoter, promoting more than one host.

  • @webhosted said:

    @inland said:

    @hyperblast said: I cannot understand anything

    My understanding is

    1. People buy hosting using OP's affiliate link, paying with credit card
    2. They contact the OP
    3. OP pays them some cut of his affiliate profit using non-refundable payment methods such as Alipay
    4. All of this happens in China with random "netizens"

    Yeah, this is rock solid. Zero potential of abuse here. Foreign devil is scamming poor Mr. LIU out of his hard-earned money.

    First of all, thank you for your reply. I'm not good at English. As you can see, I actually use Google to translate. Please understand. I don't pay for the host for any customers. I'm just an affiliate link promoter, promoting more than one host.

    You broke the terms by paying people to sign up with your link.

    Companies want genuine customers referred to them with affiliate marketing, not paid bribes.

    Thanked by 1inland
  • @SirFoxy said: promoting more than one host.

    You broke the terms by paying people to sign up with your link.

    Companies want genuine customers referred to them with affiliate marketing, not paid bribes.

    No, I promoted it through another website: webhostreviews4u.com, which has nothing to do with the Chinese website mentioned by a friend above. Obviously, the friend above knows me well and may also be a competitor. I just want to tell you, beware of the dishonest company like hostapa, and the next person you may encounter is you.

  • SirFoxySirFoxy Member
    edited March 2023

    @webhosted said:

    @SirFoxy said: promoting more than one host.

    You broke the terms by paying people to sign up with your link.

    Companies want genuine customers referred to them with affiliate marketing, not paid bribes.

    No, I promoted it through another website: webhostreviews4u.com, which has nothing to do with the Chinese website mentioned by a friend above. Obviously, the friend above knows me well and may also be a competitor. I just want to tell you, beware of the dishonest company like hostapa, and the next person you may encounter is you.

    Even so, your affiliate promotion is illegal in the United States.

    You have to make it clear you receive commissions, you would be shut down promoting that for any company once they noticed the method of promotion.

    P.S. Jesus Christ, that website is fucking ugly.

    Thanked by 1inland
  • ralfralf Member
    edited March 2023

    @SirFoxy said:

    @webhosted said:

    @SirFoxy said: promoting more than one host.

    You broke the terms by paying people to sign up with your link.

    Companies want genuine customers referred to them with affiliate marketing, not paid bribes.

    No, I promoted it through another website: webhostreviews4u.com, which has nothing to do with the Chinese website mentioned by a friend above. Obviously, the friend above knows me well and may also be a competitor. I just want to tell you, beware of the dishonest company like hostapa, and the next person you may encounter is you.

    Even so, your affiliate promotion is illegal in the United States.

    Really?

    You have to make it clear you receive commissions, you would be shut down promoting that for any company once they noticed the method of promotion.

    By way of comparison, in the UK we have two sites quidco and topcashback whose only reason for existing is that the give 100% of the affiliate money back to the purchaser, and they do that with full knowledge of all the companies on there.

    BTW, that's right - 100% of the affiliate money. They cover their costs from the adverts on the site, and topcashback actually gives you a slice of the advert revenue too, so you get more than 100%.

  • Topcashback is also a dishonest company. I recommended my family to register and purchase two VPN products that are not actually needed because the amount of cash returned has reached 105%. When the due amount has been withdrawn from the cash account, they said it was illegal and banned all my family's accounts. However, we bought two useless VPNs for this purpose, and spent more than 100 dollars. I swear I will never use this company's products again.

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