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I do not normally post a question unless it is something really bothering me. Our website is based solely on B2B and over the past few months the level of rejects we have been getting has increased to the point that the weekly report received today had 37 applications submitted for 36 different publications and 36 out of 37 were rejected? I have read the past posts about rejects and quite frankly I do not feel they address the current issue of increasing numbers of rejects. How does revresponse know that a publisher does not simply reject an applicant but still add them to their contact database? Sorry for the skepticism but 36 out of 37 from a B2B audience rejected??
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I have a question in similar line, I tried to subscribe few ebooks/magazine using my partner url...I recieved with acknowlegement those documents but I found them as a reject lead in my account...

So first am I allowed to subscribe for myself(I think I read in some forum earlier that I can do that)?
Will my subscription be rejected as lead(ie I cannot earn if I subscribe from my own partner site)?

Also based on the question raised by GlobalTrader, once I found that one of my friend subscribed something and he recieved that document through email but it showed at rejected lead...so the remains the same question How does revresponse know that a publisher does not simply reject an applicant but still add them to their contact database? as asked above by GlobalTrader

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Hello Shoumikk,

Your rejection likely related to offer filters and not necessarily us recognizing you as an existing partner. You most certainly are allowed to request offers that contextually address your profession.

I must caution you, however, that you must sign up for offers that you legitimately are qualified for. Please do not attempt to boost your earnings by signing up for offers. We have filters in place to check for fraudulent subscriptions and we will terminate partnership with anyone who tries to "trick" the system to boost their subscriptions.

As I just responded to GlobalTrader, a user who gets rejected for download-able content will still receive the offer for the sake of managing our your users' experience. In order to provide a positive user experience for your audience, we do not want to have them sign up for offers with you only to receive a rejection notice. We provide the content to them to protect your reputation and relationship with your audience.

Please let us know if you'd like to further review or have any additional questions.

Thanks,

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Hi GlobalTrader,

It's a fair question and one that has been addressed a few times in prior posts. Below is a link detailing our response in greater detail.

http://www.revresponse.com/node/584

I want to reinforce what you will learn via the above link: If a user doesn't meet the qualifying criteria, their information is not provided to the publisher, we are not paid for that user and therefore we cannot pay you. All qualification criteria is set-up in our system prior to a campaign ever going live. This thereby eliminates your concern.

We still provide the content to that user for the sake of managing our your users' experience. In order to provide a positive user experience for your audience, we do not want to have them sign up for offers with you only to receive a rejection notice. We provide the content to them to protect your reputation and relationship with your audience.

I hope this helps.

Thanks,