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Above All Offers CPA Network Suddenly Closes Doors

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Pesach Lattin
Pesach Lattinhttp://pacevegas.com
Pesach "Pace" Lattin is one of the top experts in interactive advertising, affiliate marketing. Pace Lattin is known for his dedication to ethics in marketing, and focus on compliance and fraud in the industry, and has written numerous articles for publications from MediaPost, ClickZ, ADOTAS and his own blogs.

One of the last remaining super affiliate networks where an “expert” claimed to have the secrets of affiliate marketing, has come to an end. These networks, promising huge payouts with “famous affiliate marketers” running the show seemingly came and went, but Eli Aloisi’s network lasted a little longer than most, because his personality seemed to keep most affiliates on his side during public legal and ethical battles that often overwhelmed networks.

He told me in an interview that he “started when I was 15 (1995). I found a chatroom with a bunch of colocation and server providers who did internet marketing. I thought it was awesome and stuck around.” You can read the full interview here.

While they claim they will pay their affiliates, at the same time they also poised blame on bad advertisers, saying that “there are unfortunately always a small percentage of advertisers who ditch out on their affiliate bills leaving the affiliate networks high and dry” and that things have been really hard for almost a year and a half.

The company was very much free of legal troubles in an industry full of lawsuits — we however show that Eli Aloisi was sued in 2017 under laws commonly used against mafia defendants. USA Dietary Supplements, Inc brought a cause against him, claiming that he was conspiring to defraud them with other companies and created possibly illegal charges on credit cards to inflate sales.

Wishing them well in their future journeys.

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  1. AAO ran illegal traffic and killed many advertisers merchant accounts. Playing the victim is pathetic especially based on the fact that ELI and his top affiliates knew that their traffic was going to generate chargebacks. AAO was/is involved in multiple lawsuits. You only reference one lawsuit that AAO lost maybe Pace you should dig a little deeper. Also the fraudulent affiliates involved in ripping off consumers are now in the sights of some of our friends in Washington. Things in this sick business vertical are about to get very interesting. Pace you will have a lot to write about soon.

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