To whom it may concern,
Recently we were contacted by affiliates reporting that some scammers from India were spreading a new way of cheating affiliates and networks. Basically they claimed that they are affiliate managers of CPAFlash and can approve CPAFlash accounts for anyone if they get paid. It is ridiculous since they have never worked with CPAFlash before, and we have no idea who they are. They also tried to cheat affiliate networks by claiming that they can transfer good affiliates from CPAFlash (see the figure below). This is also apparently nonsense. Another way to cheat affiliate networks is that someone claiming to be the director of a large governmental CPA organization applies an affiliate manager in your network, and if approved with high level of authority, this unknown person could actually see all the affiliate information. We were always alert about this type of scam. One Indian guy tried this trick on CPAFlash, we authorized a 5-day trial affiliate manager position with the lowest level of authority, and asked him to manage the Indian affiliates. With this authority he could only see the information of those Indian affiliates that he approved. It seems that we were right for being so conservative now.