Liberty Reserve Referral Programby Shakes Youth Web Master
Referred Member: $0.05 for being refered. Referrer: $0.25 for every member you refer. Recommended Features
- You must have $10 in your account to be a referrer.
- You must post your referrer link on any online page (web site, blog, forum, email account, etc.) Direct referral links entered in a browser will not work.
- Referrers that generate a lot of fake accounts will be frozen. Warn your friends and clients not to open fake accounts.
- You must not pay people for signing up under you.
Review on Liberty Reserve Referral ProgramWe invite everyone to take advantage of a special referral opportunity. Whether you are a business or an individual - everyone can participate in this referral program.
When you learn about the great features inside Liberty Reserve, you will want to tell your friends. So why not get paid for it? Earn $0.25 cents on every referral without any limits. Each member that signs up using your referral link gets $0.05 in their account. All referrals are paid automatically upon successful account activation. It is a win - win situation.
When you tell your friends or your web site visitors about Liberty Reserve, please give them the following link:
http://www.libertyreserve.com/?ref=[your account number]
You may also put this link within a Liberty Reserve banner on your web site. You can view our banners on the bottom of this page.
Once the user clicks on this link and subsequently opens a Liberty Reserve account, you become his referrer. User cannot change who his referrer is once he creates his or her account. You can be a referrer to as many members as you wish. You will see the number of people you referred inside your account.
You, as a referrer, will receive 10% of any fee that is generated from that user for his or her internal spend transactions. These payments will be automatically made to your account as long as that user is active.
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