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    Dear members,

    I need your advice, after several years working with Wagershare together with a partner, one day I logged in and my passwords where changed. I contacted Wagershare and their reply was simple:

    “I’m really sorry but as your name is not the account we cannot give out any details.”

    Of course the person that logged in or hacked the account simply changed the info. Is there any organization or entity that protects affiliates from theft identity? How do we know that the affiliate programs are not involved or associated on such cases? I was making 4 or 5 digits income every month and one day I wake up and I am out of business with them and no possible explanation. Is really frustrating and I feel I got robbed without not even someone trying to help or care

    I want others to know so it doesn’t happen to you. I do look the advice from more experienced affiliates….

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    I'd recocommend you give them a telephone call. It's common knowledge that I have huge issues with Wagershare right now (spam) but I cannot fault their affiliate support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eglobal View Post
    Dear members,

    I need your advice, after several years working with Wagershare together with a partner, one day I logged in and my passwords where changed. I contacted Wagershare and their reply was simple:

    “I’m really sorry but as your name is not the account we cannot give out any details.”

    Of course the person that logged in or hacked the account simply changed the info. Is there any organization or entity that protects affiliates from theft identity? How do we know that the affiliate programs are not involved or associated on such cases? I was making 4 or 5 digits income every month and one day I wake up and I am out of business with them and no possible explanation. Is really frustrating and I feel I got robbed without not even someone trying to help or care

    I want others to know so it doesn’t happen to you. I do look the advice from more experienced affiliates….
    Yes i agree call them. If you were the previous owner it will be very easy to recall the information. Then they would need to launch an investigation as to how this has happened.

    You say with a partner, was this business partner? Life partner that had access to your account. Was their name on the affiliate account also? If it was, unless you strongly know who you are working with i would never recommend having more than one name on an affiliate account. It just makes things messy when things go wrong.
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    Jamie,

    It was a business partner and for that reason we shared the password. So I assume he simply changed the password, then modified the information.

    In cases like this the affiliate program should do something about it, I mean have a policy better than "sorry your bad, not ours".

    I will follow your advise and call them up. I will keep you all posted about the actions taken, maybe it will protect some of you from similar issues...if we stay together we may avoid companies from taking advantage of affiliates.

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