Framing For LinkBucks.Com

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I just noticed an odd referrer for one of my sites.

At that URL, somebody is calling my site in a frame.  And, in a
sort of header frame at the top of the screen, is a link to It also contains what looks like an
affiliate ID.  The title in the browser window says,
" - Get Your Share!"

I am guessing that, LinkBucks is paying for some kind of exit
console type of display?  So, this person is hoping to get search
engine traffic by calling my site, and then get a commission when
people leave?

The person doing it is using a nonsense subdomain of and
that domain forwards to LinkBucks.

A WhoIs leads to Haignet Media.  And a Google on them suggest
longevity but less-then-favourable attitude.

Anybody else have this going on?

This isn't the first time I've been framed for somebody's
attempt at profit, and I have this JS on another site:

<!-- Break out of other sites frames START -->
<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
function framebreakout()
  // Comment would go here
  if (top.location != location) {
    top.location.href = document.location.href ;
<!-- Break out of other sites frames END -->

... In my <head> section.  However, I just added it to the site
in question, and it doesn't seem to be working(?)

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Re: Framing For LinkBucks.Com

Coffee's For Closers wrote:

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What happens if you trim down your <head> JavaScript to just this:

<script type="text/javascript">
if (top.location != location)
// Sorry, not in YOUR frame
   top.location.href = document.location.href ;

Seems to me that your 'function' would need to be called from somewhere
in order to execute.  (You don't need the 'language' attribute.)

I didn't investigate linkbucks...

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