Commission River Review

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Commission River Affiliate Network is a company whose strategic focus is on enabling internet-based publishers with the best products and comparison pricing technology on the market. Although we do not consider ourselves exclusive to any one market vertical, we deal primarily in services related to telecommunications: namely high speed internet service and telephone services of all flavors. With so many different choices to choose from in today’s marketplace, comparison shopping technology is the true value that we offer to our publishers which they leverage to increase conversion, and hence, sales.

Commission River is the “triple-play” of companies. We specialize in telecommunications and credit cards so that we can be the best at what we do. If you are an internet entreprenuer, or would like to become one, Commission River gives you the best chance at success – all without charging any fees or imposing any sales quotas to gain access to our tools. You can’t lose!

Affiliate Network Details
Featured Campaigns: N/A
Commission Type: CPA(Cost Per Action), CPS(Cost Per Sale)
Numbers of Offers: 50+
Minimum Payment: $50
Payment Frequency: Monthly
Payment Method: Cheque
Referral Commission: N/A
Telephone: N/A
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Commission River Reviews (2)

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James Posted On July 15, 2012

Used to be good back in the days when it was Cognigen. Since becoming Commission River has gone down the pan. I tried to contact them over 30 times using a variety of means (email, website, Twitter) and they never responded to me once. Best to stay clear or else, like me, you will lose valuable time and money.

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Jenny Wilson Posted On July 28, 2012

I have tried to contact Robert and Glenda Probst at CommissionRiver over five times each, using a variety of means, and they never respond.

You can see all the posts about worried Commission River agents and customers on this Facebook page, none of which have had any response. With everything in decline (no replies to anything, closure of the BBS in the interface, no newsletters anymore, staff having left etc. etc.) like most of these type of set-ups, Commission River is sadly dead in the water.

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