This year, thousands of advertising accounts around the world were banned due to “Risk Payment”.
Big Tech giants like Google, Meta, and ByteDance took on affiliate marketers seriously. Now all payment cards used for advertising at Google Ads, Facebook Ads, and TikTok Ads are checked even more carefully. In addition, Facebook has introduced reauthorization.
PST.NET Lets The Spend Flow
The work of affiliate marketers is impossible without reliable ways of paying for ad spending, therefore, PST.NET has developed an advanced technological solution to solve the problem of affiliates, web admins, and other traffic specialists — virtual payment cards that are resistant to bans.
Experts have a question, why do most of the cards get banned, whereas the cards issued by PST.NET works perfectly? We will cover this in more detail.
In Trusted BINs, We Trust
Each affiliate marketer knows about the necessity of such tools as private proxies, warmed accounts, cloaking, and anti-detect browsers, in order to circumvent the anti-fraud system.
There is also another essential thing that even experienced affiliate marketers forget. Each payment card includes a BIN (Bank Identification Number) which reveals much about the account. Most importantly, the clients can find out the usage statistics of the BINs.
The basic metrics are as follows:
- The percent of the bills that were paid by cards with a particular BIN.
- The proportion of first billing transactions associated with these BINs.
- The number of other violations connected with a specific BIN.
The worse the situation is on any of the metrics, the less trust from the anti-fraud system. If the BIN is not trusted, then the card is unlikely to pass a check. As a result, the client will either immediately get a “Risk Payment” warning or restrictions will be imposed on the account.
How To Avoid Risk Payment Bans
It is possible to circumvent a notice of risk payment. Clients can use the following options:
- Work with payment cards of the large banks, considering the risk of getting confused among the array of other clients’ transactions.
- Use unique payment cards that have fewer users, therefore, cards are not blacklisted.
In the first case, clients work in the premium segment. Nearly 5-10% of affiliate marketers use such BINs. Therefore, the cards last much longer.
In the second case, the anti-fraud system has no stats on these BINs. Since there are no stats, then payment cards don’t get banned.
All the PST.NET cards pass anti-fraud tests, and the accounts work without restrictions. There are also cards with 3-D Secure, which can be used to work with any online service.
The payment card issuance proceeds within a few seconds, while the number of issued cards is unlimited. All the account top-ups are performed with Bitcoin and Tether, the fee starts from 2.9%. Withdrawal is available in USDT-TRC20.
Payment card service from PST offers a user-friendly interface that supports 13 languages as well as Telegram bot for service notifications and special features for spend management control and affiliate teamwork.
Generous Referral Program
Participants’ reward is $5 for the first card issued by referrals, 30% of the cost for the issuance of their second and subsequent cards, and 10% of the value from their paid transactions. Even one referral can generate impressive income due to traditionally high turnover in the affiliate marketing business.
Cards issued by the PST.NET platform easily pass all anti-fraud checks and prevent traffic arbitrage specialists from inconveniences of blocked, disabled, suspended, and banned accounts. This is achieved through the regular expansion of the BINs’ pool and constant quality control. PST.NET helps affiliate marketers to focus on performance rather than looking for valid cards.
Our readers can get the fifth payment card from the service for free. Just type GEEKFLARE passcode in the support chat on the PST website.
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