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Parked.com Update on Arbitrage

Discussion in 'Traffic Monetization' started by Donny Simonton, Feb 12, 2008.

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  1. Donny Simonton

    Donny Simonton DNF Regular Exclusive Member

    Feb 21, 2004
    The Internet
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    11:08 PM
    This was just sent to all of our Parked.com customers.

    Dear Parked.com customers,

    We were notified today by Yahoo that all Yahoo based parking companies, including Parked.com, must begin enforcing the no arbitrage/no paid traffic general provision. As a reminder, Section 2 Subsection g. in the Parked.com Terms of Service states:

    "All other types of traffic including bought traffic, traffic driven by PPC campaigns, traffic directed from hyperlinks are not permitted. If your traffic originates from any sources other than type-in and search engine traffic, you will not be entitled to payment as per this Agreement. Regular checks are carried out and we reserve the right to suspend any domain from our Service at any time, on our sole discretion, if we reasonably believe that you have violated this Agreement; for example, if we suspect that the traffic on your domain is bought, generated or redirected in any way that contravenes these terms and conditions."

    For more information please see http://www.parked.com/tos/.

    Accordingly, all arbitrage must stop effective 1pm PST on Thursday, February 14, 2008. Even though arbitrage will no longer be allowed, all accounts will still be paid.

    If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact your account manager.

    We thank you for your business and continued support.

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