A – Please sign up for a free account here. Once the sign-up process is complete, you will be awarded with a $20 joining bonus paid straight into your HighProfits account! Signing up takes less than 3 minutes, and is very simple.
A – There is no limit to what you can earn. The more sales you can make, the more money you will earn, it really is as simple as that. We have affiliates earning anywhere between a few hundred dollars a month to tens of thousands of dollars a month. It all depends on how much time and effort you put into it. If you want a guide on how to get the most out of High Profits, then try checking out the Affiliate workshop here!
A – High Profits has a very simple system that alerts you to any sales you make and any commissions earned as soon as you log into the members’ area. Then, if you want more detailed statistics, you can drill down into your stats to view the product sold, the time of the sale, country, referral source and lots more!
A – Payments are issued every two weeks, halfway through the month and at the end of the month. There are a wide variety of payment options available to you, some of which will credit your account within 3 days of payment being sent (wire transfer, Moneybookers etc) whilst others may take a week or more (Cheques in the post for example).
Please note that new affiliates will experience a 30 day delay in the first payment as their account is approved. This is to keep fraud to a minimum, and to ensure faster, smoother payments for everyone in the long term.
A – Any sales you make shouldn’t take longer than a few minutes to be reflected in your HighProfits account. If you believe that you have made a sale that’s not been credited, then we ask you to raise a ticket with support with as much information as possible so we can resolve it quickly.
A – Please send us a message through the support centre. We love to hear from potential new clients and believe that we can offer much, much more than other affiliate programs, and are always interested in looking at new partnerships.
A – A join hit is when someone you refer to a product clicks to go through to the order page. A join submit is when a user fills in the order page and submits it. This does not mean that the order will go through. It could still be declined, or the form could be filled out incorrectly. If it is successful, then the sale and commission will be shown in your account