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Opes Media is a leading international, results-driven, affiliate network. Our focus is to aid marketers in developing brands, creating interest, generating leads, and establishing relationships. We are able to develop sales through Web Marketing, spanning high quality media properties. We are on the forefront of Affiliate Market Networks. We strive to deliver the best leads, and sales results for both our advertisers and affiliates. Opes Media has been around long enough to establish itself as a prime player in a competitive ever-changing industry. Our many satisfied clients know that Opes Media is the best choice, now it's time for you to experience it as well![More]
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- Opes Media
I really can't believe their website is still up and running.
Yes, Opes Media is a big scam. They owe me over $9K in commissions and have not paid. Do not do business here.
Stay far away from Kevin Dash and his team of scammers!
Like all of you, I was scammed by Opes Media too, but not on such big money like $3000. I really feel bad for all you guys who lost and im wondering is there anyway we can get our money back? :(
Opes Media is scam, worst network in the industry. They owe me $3000+, never paid, do not use them.
BIG SCAM NETWORK RUN BY KEVIN DASH! I LOST $15K! OPES MEDIA FRAUD! STAY AWAY!
I did some testing with an offer with this Opes Media and generated over $3000.00 in commission. Right when I asked for payment they terminated my account and stopped responding to emails/calls other than saying I was part of a fraud scheme. WTF! I have traffic stat proof since all my traffic is from ppc and they are just out to steal your money.
Be sure to stay away from small unknown networks and stick with networks that are more reputable. Bottom point stay away from these SCAMMERS!
Opes Media!!! It used to be the best network out here nowadays they gone bull shitting!!!
Opes Media going belly up???? True or False???http://www.wallofmonitors.com/2010/02/opes-media-going-belly-up/