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Traffic Exchange [TE] surf account issues are a major support issue often resulting in membership dismissal.
How else can you get booted from membership for breaking the Traffic Exchange [TE] Terms of Service [TOS] by having multiple membership accounts in the same program?
The frustration of not being able to get into your account according to ‘invalid login’ messages can tempt the strongest mind to sign up again. “No way is that stupid thing going to beat me!” becomes too common a woe that can make the temptation to sign up again worse.
Several things can be at work in that case. Sometimes the back up of servers can cause a temporary login issue. Most times though, the problem is at your end. How?
History, cookies and cache need cleaning
Prefetch and temp in windows need cleaning
Running updated security can help
Running updated malware cleaner a must
If all else fails then reboot. If that does not work, then try a cold boot. That is, shut down your computer – [give the computer approx 3 minutes for a complete shut down as it
takes that time for your hard drive to slow down] make sure it is off then start it up. It should reconfigure your RAM [memory] and the fact you have cleaned out all the of the above list.
Another major reason owners of TEs are finding multiple accounts is our new members who speak or use English as a second [sometime speak three or more] language.
Sponsors can help here. Make sure your new members understand that ONLY ONE account is allowed no matter how many web page URLs they wish to promote.
Make sure you include that information [READ the TOS] and the translator in your welcome email.
There is a third point that is becoming obvious to support teams. Sometimes people join ONE member/friend/sponsor and follow their lead by joining a program all at the same time. The excitement can cause an oversight like signing up again. Thinking that way they are under the same sponsor and following as directed.
IF they are your sponsor in 10khits4unow, Clickaholics or in 21stCenturySurf, and they recommend you join a new program and post it then the issue is solved on both fronts. They will be your sponsor in the new signup as you will use their referral URL. Posting it in the Traffic Exchange you already belong to, means if they are your sponsor there, then you will be following them again.
If they are not your sponsor but you have chosen to work with them as a mentor, then that is too bad. You do not use that difference to sign up again. That can cost your membership period.
What you might do, is connect with your sponsor and ask them if they would allow you to change sponsorship to your new mentor. In fairness, that depends on how hard they have worked with you. If you have built both a strong downline and following because of their efforts, then it would not be fair to ask them to do this for you.
You are in business online, to create commissions, not give them away.
In summary, we are doing all we can to help integrate new non-English speaking members or to help them understand the TOS [Terms of Service] so they get the best they can from their membership.
Sponsors can and should support this effort in their following relationship building with new subscribers.
Reading our broadcasts, blog entries, emails from both the owners and your sponsors is a must. Attending conferences where you can learn how to deal with problems is part of your responsibility as members.
If you find your membership has been removed, then your recourse is a support mail to ask for reinstatement.
However, you better be well informed as to the information included in this entry and have taken every step to prevent breaking the Terms of Service [TOS.] as it applies to the reason your membership has been terminated.
Do NOT leave yourself in the position of appearing as a cheater of the system. Traffic Exchange [TE] surf account issues should not be a reason for you to lose your membership.
Your editor …
Fran Klasinski- warriorlady
mentoring you with common sense
Marketing with finess
Mike Jeter – Telephone: NEW (877) 581-5335 Ext.1 (EST)
Fran Klasinski – Telephone: 1-613-394-0868 (EST)
George Culp – Telephone: 1-806-385-9108(CST)
Sharon Ticknor – Telephone: 1-905-685-3013 (EST)