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Offers:4.21Payout:4.29Tracking:4.43Support:4.36

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Phone: 724-446-0669Email: support@campaigncreatives.com

Number of Offers400+

Commission TypeCPA , CPL

Minimum PaymentNo Minimum

Payment FrequencyNet-30

Payment MethodCheck / PayPal

Referral Commission2% for life

Tracking SoftwarePerforma Network

Tracking LinkN/A

TwitterN/A

FacebookCampaignCreatives Fan Page

Affiliate Manager Linda Juliano Email: support@campaigncreatives.com AIM: CreativesLinda Phone: 724-446-0669 Skype: N/A 1 Roxanne Email: N/A AIM: CreativesRoxanne Phone: N/A Skype: N/A

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Review from


Linda Juliano
Overall 55555
07/25/2014
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I’m sorry to have to say that Campaign Creatives is closing at the end of this week. Here is the text of the email I sent to all affiliates earlier today.

To All Affiliates:

I never thought it would come to this because I planned on having this network for many, many more years to come. There are quite a few reasons, though, as to why I’m shutting it down, at least for now. Some have to do with mistakes I made along the way and one of the biggest ones was to switch platforms to Performa Network. It’s very difficult to compete when the owner of the script (Performa Network), also owns an affiliate network (CPAWAY), which is a competitor and who has people working for him, answering trouble tickets, who are also direct competitors with the networks that they own. They have access to all of my network information including my list of affiliates, the advertisers/networks I use, how much I’m getting for offers, etc. That’s the case for anybody who ones a Performa network or ShiftCode GPT site. Competitors are looking at everybody’s data. Besides being able to see all of this information, they’re also known to run their mouths and have done just that! since the GPT world came into existence more than 8 years ago. Their reputations for doing whatever necessary to stamp out their competition are widely known. So with access to every ShiftCode and Performa site, that can be easily accomplished. That’s a conflict of interest if there ever was one. It’s like WalMart having somebody from Target oversee their operations then going out and telling everybody what WalMart is doing. Another part of this was the fact that if you disagree with the owner of the platform (Tom Dietzel), and/or he gets mad at you, he’ll shut you down and won’t allow you to renew your license. He’s done it to others and threatened to do that with me and I, literally, had to beg him not to close down my site because it was my livelihood. That’s not a professional way to conduct business.

Then there are the support issues of which there are many and which never got addressed or fixed. Trouble tickets aren’t answered on a timely basis and when you do get a reply it comes from somebody who has absolutely no coding or script knowledge as to how the platform works. They know a whole lot less than you do about what’s going on.

In my personal opinion, I think that when Tom Dietzel took over ShiftCode and what was known as Gain Corp., subsequently changed to Performa Network, he had no intention of continuing with them. I’ve been in this for quite a while now and, as history has shown, Tom is known for taking over something then making it go away. He did it with SwatCash, the most awesome GPT site ever, and he did it with the forum, GPT Boycott. Those are the only ones I know about. There could be more. Currently, he’s not accepting any new sites in ShiftCode or Performa, and he hasn’t for over 2 months now. You never stop bringing in new clients/customers if you intend to continue operations. And there have been no enhancement updates to either script since he took them over almost 3 years ago. To me, that doesn’t sound like somebody who wants to keep on maintaining either one or make them better. Because Performa networks are so closely tied with ShiftCode GPT sites, how are the networks supposed! to make any money with no new GPT sites coming on board? I don’t know this for sure, but my guess is that anybody who runs their affiliate network using Performa has seen a significant drop in income over the last couple of years. As I wrote, this is all just my opinion and observation.

I wish to thank all of the many affiliates who have supported us and used offers from Campaign Creatives these past 4-1/2 years. It’s been a true pleasure working with you. As I embark on some different ventures, I wish you the best of luck in those that you pursue. If you have any questions or just want to say, “Hey”, I’ll still be able to be reached at support(at)campaigncreatives.com.

Linda
Campaign Creatives

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Neil Reply:

Lol that Tom guy, back like 3 years, we ran a campaign with cpaway, the advertiser paid for those leads already, but this Tom said we logged with differrent ip, which was suspicious, given with no explanation, they closed our account and claimed all payment would be returned to advertiser, everybody knows its lame excuse.

Well played, Tom!

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Linda Juliano Reply:

This is a Facebook message I received from Mr. Dietzel last night:

“In case your email is not working….. CEASE AND DESIST: Linda, Please let this email serve as your final warning in your recent unprovoked slanderous campaign against myself as an Individual as well as against the various corporation in which I represent. I have already at this time forwarded your email blast which contained slanderous material over to my attorney to verify that you have crossed the line and if so instructed him to file suit. I am hoping I don’t have to spend the money to do so. As if I do, it will just waste my time, but at same time we must protect our brands. Being that it appears you own a home, it will be worth my time as I will be able to hold you accountable as an individual for your statements and at the very least put a judgement against your home in the event I prevail in court.”

Slander? I think not. Slander is when somebody tells a lie or a falsehood about somebody. Everything I stated is either factual or is my own opinion. Last I knew I still have freedom of speech. I wonder how much support he’ll be able to garner for his cause when people find out he’s trying to bully a 63 year old lady on Social Security by threatening to take her house. Not much, I would imagine.

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Review from


Lorie Scali
Overall 11111
10/23/2013
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Linda owes me over $1,000 going back to May/June. I basically ran one offer from her from a network that I know 100% pays.

She has given me many excuses and promises to pay while she continues to pay other publishers weekly payments. She hasn’t paid me because ‘she doesn’t have the money.’ I ask, Linda, where did the money go.

I intend to reach out to the network the offer came from and alert them to the fact I was never paid for those leads.

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Lorie Scali Reply:

EDITED TO ADD: This is not a case of Linda being shortchanged by a network. Linda was paid by the source for the leads I sent to her network.

Rather Linda made several irresponsible business decisions by offering publishers weekly payments when she did not have the cashflow to do so. Instead of admitting her mistake to ALL publishers she **selected** my account to withhold payment because my payment was rather large and she couldn’t afford to pay it. My payment for the months of May and June, and part of July have NOT been paid. However, she continues to pay other publishers on a weekly basis has if nothing is wrong. I would say this is unfair competition, no?

If Linda would admit her poor decision, revert everyone to her previous payment terms and then pay each publisher a certain percentage of what is owed there would be more understanding on my part. However she has refused to do so and instead decides she wants a loan from me and she’s willing to pay 3% — what a joke! Try going to the bank and get a perpetual UNSECURE loan with a flat rate 3% interest. (Not going to happen!) These are the facts, proceed with caution when dealing with this woman.

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Linda Juliano - Campaign Creatives Reply:

I thought I had enough backup money to go to weekly payments. Obviously, I did not and got behind. As you can see from the figures below, there were a few weeks that I wasn’t able to pay her. I’ve been in constant contact with her about this and have been totally up front with her. She did receive payments in June, July, August, September, and October. Should I have paid off Lorie’s older invoices before paying the newer ones? Probably. If I had done that then the first week of back earnings I owed would be for week ending 7/7, not earlier than that. But I had told Lorie that I would be able to pay current invoices going forward then start to work on paying the back amounts owed, including interest. I made a bad decision in not paying the older invoices first.

Here are the earnings periods along with the payments made to Lorie, payment dates, and amounts owed.

WEEK ENDING

6/2/13 – $51.52 – paid 6/15/13
6/9/13 – $215.97 – paid 6/22/13
6/16/13 – $296.5 – paid 6/29/13
6/23/13 – $160.00 – paid 7/6/13
6/30/13 – $254.00 – paid $70.00 on 7/13/13, still owe $184.00
7/7/13 – $239.10 – still owed
7/14/13 – $239.70 – still owed
Month of May – not owed until 7/15/13 – $193.60 – still owed
7/21/13 – $233.60 – paid 8/5/13
7/28/13 – $152.80 – still owed
8/4/13 – $168.10 – paid 8/18/13
8/11/13 – $26.00 – paid 8/26/13
9/1/13 – $1.30 – paid 9/17/13
9/8/13 – $115.70 – paid 9/26/13
9/15/13 – $18.10 – paid 10/9/13

My top priority is to pay Lorie. I made a mistake and got into a bind. She will get paid as soon as it can possibly be done.

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Lorie Scali Reply:

Whether or not you paid older invoices first is irrelevant. You continue to dance around the fact that you **ARE** paying other publishers WEEKLY to keep their business. You continue to advertise your network as a weekly payment network.

The ethical thing to do is fix ‘your mistake’ and stop weekly payments until you are caught up with payments for leads dating back to May.

Linda Juliano - Campaign Creatives Reply:

All of Lorie’s outstanding invoices have been paid in full.

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Review from


Center of Prizes LLC
Overall 55555
08/29/2013
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We would like AffPaying to remove our previous review of Campaign Creatives. We have been working with Linda for a few months now and this network is very solid and the support is great. The only downside is that we would like to see more offers added in daily, but besides that, this is a very great and solid network.

Linda has not held a grudge against us for our previous review but has instead worked with us on many issues we had as well as adding in new offers we wanted to see. From the staff here at Center of Prizes LLC, we are sure we will continue to see growth and expansion working with Linda at Campaign Creatives.

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Linda Juliano - Campaign Creatives Reply:

Thank you for retracting your previous review. In the business world, as in every facet of life, there are bound to be disagreements or conflicts with people from time to time. That’s just human nature. The goal should always be to resolve the situation then move past it. It doesn’t do anybody any good, and can cost money to all parties, if they don’t put it behind them and move forward.

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Review from


SparkLeads
Overall 11111
11/29/2012
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Over 10 months since a review about Campaign Creatives has been posted, and the last one was from me LOL. Anyway, my review this time is one simple piece of advice … DO NOT USE CAMPAIGN CREATIVES. I ran an offer from them early-to-mid October and assumed all was fine. It’s now November 29th and just received this from them, “I just wanted to let you know that we’re not being paid for any of these leads. I’ve been in touch with the network who gave us this offer and have been trying to get an explanation all month. Here’s what they said weeks ago: We are trying to get a response from them – they claim all data was false data. There have been other communications since then with no reports being provided by the advertiser. This is what I was told today: They are not responding – they pulled the offer and are not working with us anymore and we did NOT get paid. So because they didn’t get paid, they’re not paying us. Therefore, we can’t pay for leads for which we’re not being paid. I have to reverse all leads for this offer. I apologize for the length of time it took but, as I wrote, I’ve been in contact with them all month and I was hoping we’d ultimately get paid. I just found out that’s not going to happen so I’m writing to you now with that information.”

Other networks usually at least split the loss, but with Campaign Creatives it wasn’t even an option to them. I told them a heads up weeks ago would have been nice. She said “I apologized in the email I sent. I fought to get paid for them and I thought it would happen. I apologize again.” I said an apology doesn’t help and she said Okay.

There you have it. DO NOT USE CAMPAIGN CREATIVES.

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Linda Juliano - Campaign Creatives Reply:

The network that provided the offer didn’t split the loss with me. Why should I split the loss with you? That network didn’t do it. It’s the same thing. The advertiser didn’t pay a penny. How am I supposed to pay you for leads for which I’m not being paid? And I have no control as to when advertisers decide to get reports and information to me. As soon as I know exactly what’s going on, I always immediately communicate it to my affiliates as I did in this situation. I really don’t know what your problem is with Campaign Creatives, Drew, but you’ve had one with us since the day we opened the network. You have been paid every month and there have been times when you and other affiliates have been paid for leads that were revered on me because I didn’t reverse them on you. And I’ve bent over backwards to accommodate you in many instances, and have even tried to get permission for you to run offers from networks and advertisers that have said you weren’t allowed to have their offers. If you had clean, legitimate traffic all the time, you MIGHT have a reason to complain. But that’s certainly not the case.

FYI – I don’t beg or bribe affiliates to make posts here as some others do.

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SparkLeads Reply:

Woah, and now I tried to login:

“Sorry, your account is currently marked as “Deleted.” Please contact us to resolve this issue.”

Nice.

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Linda Juliano - Campaign Creatives Reply:

You obviously are not happy with our network. You never have anything positive to say about us even though, as I pointed out in the above post, we have gone out of our way for you. You haven’t used any of our offers in a couple of months now so, the only possible reason that you’d want to keep an account with us is to try and do further harm to us and to be nosy. We do not need those types of affiliates.

SparkLeads Reply:

So I’m unhappy, harmful, and nosy?

Brian Reply:

Because you picked the advertiser, If a affiliate is using fraud then I agree 100% not to pay a affiliate, However just cause you made a poor choice with your advertiser selections does not mean the affiliate should be punished because you made a bad decision that is why.

You’re excuse about the network didn’t split the loss with you why should I split the lose with him is a poor choice, because he did his job, he sent traffic and leads, So unless he did something he was not suppose to do rightfully you owe him his payment. If every network used the excuse the advertiser didn’t pay us so we can’t pay you there would be about 85% less networks. The answer to your question is simple, If he did not send fraud then you made a big mistake working with this advertiser, This is not a excuse to not pay. You picked the advertiser not Sparkleads.

Find out why they are not paying, If they refuse to respond then out them for it. any respectful company that wishes to do business long term will do everything they can to clean up once something goes public.

There is a reason they say if you can’t front xx,xxx$ then you shouldn’t start a network. Reason for that is you will always find the occasional advertiser that want’s his cake and eat it too, good networks cover for their poor choices with advertisers, and others close down doors because they punish the affiliate for the networks poor choice.

So basically if his traffic wasn’t fraud and the advertiser was just a dead beat how was this his fault? why shouldn’t he get paid? Now if his traffic was fraud then you have a reasonable reason to not pay.

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Linda Juliano - Campaign Creatives Reply:

In our terms of service, and in every network’s terms of service, it states that if the advertisers don’t pay us for leads, we do not have to pay our affiliates for the leads. Plain and simple.

Lorie Scali Reply:

Yes, Brian, that is what a legitimate network would do. But we are not dealing with that here.

Linda cannot even afford to pay for leads she **was** paid for. Read my story above.

Review from


SparkLeads
Overall 44444
01/09/2012
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Has anyone received payment from NOVEMBER commissions yet? I’ve received the previous 5 months or so worth on time but this is the first time it’s been late, and it just happened to be the month where I earned a lot more than the other months.

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Linda Juliano Reply:

Drew,

We’ve been communicating about this and I explained to you that I’m not getting thousands of dollars I was expecting because 77% of the leads for an offer were scrubbed. Even though we aren’t a no-scrub network, I told you that I wasn’t going to reverse any of the leads. You had run that offer from us, along with other affiliates. If I had received the money for those leads, you would have been paid before now. I understand your concern since there are networks that are backed up months and months in making their payments. However, Campaign Creatives has always been good at communicating when there has been an issue, and there’s never been a problem with payments until this time when I didn’t get money I should have. I’ve apologized numerous times for the delay. Our terms are Net 30-35 and I apologize again for being 5 days late as of today. A little bit ago I wrote to you to tell you that tomorrow I’ll be able to pay you more than half of what I owe you. I’ll pay you the rest as soon as I possibly can.

Linda

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SparkLeads Reply:

Yeah, no problem, was just curious if others had been paid for November yet or not either since I didn’t know.

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Linda Juliano Reply:

Drew has been paid in full for his November earnings.

SparkleadsOweMeMoney Reply:

Maybe now Andrew can pay me the money he’s owed me and others, and stop closing accounts just so he don’t have to pay anyone.

Review from


Joe
Overall 55555
01/01/2012
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Great Website..Here is another payment

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Review from


Joe
Overall 55555
12/29/2011
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Great Website..check out the payment Proof!

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Review from


Tasha Smith
Overall 55555
07/28/2011
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Received yet another early payment. You guys are Great! Thanks a bunch.

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Linda Juliano Reply:

You’re very welcome, Tasha! Thanks for posting and for being an affiliate of Campaign Creatives! 🙂

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Review from


Anthony
Overall 55555
06/29/2011
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Linda has been great to work with, they have tons of exclusives and fast payments.

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Linda Juliano Reply:

Thanks, Anthony! Here at Campaign Creatives we’re focused on providing great customer service along with our high-paying offers!

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Review from


Tim
Overall 55555
06/25/2011
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fast and early payment!

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Linda Juliano Reply:

Thank you for posting your payment proof, Tim! We really appreciate it!

Linda – Campaign Creatives

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Review from


Gptfreeoffers.com
Overall 55555
05/28/2011
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My account has just been approved.
They support very fast.
I like this network.

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Review from


Tasha Smith
Overall 55555
05/27/2011
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Great Pleasure to work with. Very reliable and Very fast with communication. I definately recommend using this network.

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Review from


Caroline
Overall 55555
04/04/2011
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Campaign Creatives is one of the good affiliate networks out there. They have great customer service. They will email you as soon as new offers are available, when other offers are expired, and when there are great increase/decreases. They are also always looking to help you increase your profit. They always pay on time or even earlier the past few months now. Great network. Thanks Ladies.

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Review from


Jennifer Carver
Overall 55555
03/29/2011
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Campaign Creatives is a great affiliate network offering a wide variety of great crediting offers with competitive payouts. Payments are always on time or early. What sets Campaign Creatives apart from other affiliate networks is their incredible customer service. They keep publishers well-informed of hot new offers to try, changes in rates, and even expired offers. I appreciate the time they take to send me personalized emails with suggestions on how we can increase our revenue with them.

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