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October 3, 2006, 3:29 pm
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AdQuick is due to launch on October 9th and we are looking for website
owners and bloggers to use AdQuick to sell text ads on their sites.
What is AdQuick? - We are a text ad marketplace similar to sites like
Adbrite.com and text-link-ads.com. We allow you to sell text ads on
We pay website owners every 14 days by either cheque or paypal. We have
a standard pay rate of 80%.
If you register with us now, we will give you an amazing pay rate of
90% for the whole time you use AdQuick.
If you are interested in using AdQuick, please visit
http://www.adquick.co.uk/interested and enter your details. To get the
special rate of 90%, please make sure you mention where you saw this
offer or we won't be able to offer you it. We will contact you a couple
of days before we launch and get your account fully setup.
Re: AdQuick is launching - We are looking for website owners and bloggers to register
Marketeers should take their heads outta their arses just long enough to=
breath a little fresh air before being allowed out in public.
as if you could stop me in the first place?
Not enough - I am accustomed to receiving 100% of my rate.
astonishing is a better word - see above.
simply hand 10% of income to a bunch of scammers? WTF are you anyway? t=
inland f*cking revenue [service] or the local protection racket? Not th=
there's a great deal of difference.
prove you're not just another wannabe ....
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