Account Verification Improved

April 20th, 2011

We are constantly working to try to improve our affiliate network.  Our custom built network is something that really separates us from our competition because it allows us to implement features that other networks do not have.  Our Cash Flow system was one of the first in the industry and has been a huge success.  We are working to improve each feature within our network and this month we have been focusing on our verification process.

It is important that we focus on our account verification process because it helps prevent fraudulent publishers from being approved into PeerFly, which brings down the quality of our network traffic and ultimately loses us offers.  By providing quality traffic to our advertisers not only are they happy to let our publishers keep running their offers, but they often give us pay bumps to increase the volume.  With that in mind, we have made the following changes to our account verification process.

ID Upload

For over a year now we have required that all of our publishers from the United States and Canada upload a copy of their ID.  This allows us to verify that they are who they say they are and that the information they are providing on their application is accurate.  This has proven to be very useful in helping prevent fraud.  We know it is somewhat of a hassle, but it is becoming common practice among companies for a reason, it works.

So, from now on all PeerFly publisher applicants will be required to upload a copy of their ID.  We have tried to make the process as painless as possible by giving you two options.

  1. Upload a picture from your computer.
  2. Use your webcam to take an instant picture.

The first option is what has been in place for all US and Canada publishers.  You can simply scan your ID or take a picture of it with your mobile phone and upload a copy for our approvals manager to take a look at when reviewing your application.

The second option is new.  We have implemented a feature that will allow you to quickly take a picture of your ID with your webcam.  It’s very easy.

peerfly id upload

You can attempt to get a good picture as many times as necessary.  If the first one is blurry click Reset Camera and try again.  Once you have gotten a picture that looks good and is legible click Upload This! and it will be added to your application for review.

The other two verification processes remain the same.  You will need to verify your e-mail and phone.

Again, these steps have been put in place to ensure that we are only approving publishers who can provide quality traffic and keep our advertisers happy, which in turn keeps our publishers happy as well.  If you have any questions about the application or verification process please do not hesitate to contact us!


I am the Director of Marketing at PeerFly and have over 15 years of experience with affiliate marketing. I am also a blogger and web developer. I enjoy creating applications to help my PeerFly publishers make more money!

15 thoughts on “Account Verification Improved

  1. driverfor

    IM from Indonesia and I have been denied in peerfly, I dont know why ?….
    So I just want to know what are the conditions to be met so that I could be accepted ?. does have a website / blog is a must ?

  2. Ebun Makinde

    I applied to peerfly 26th of August, and I am yet to receive email regarding this. From what I read on the website, it take 1 business day to get account reviewed. When will mine be approved. Thanks, Hope to hear from you soon.

    1. LukePeerFly Post Author

      Applications are now taking about 3-4 days, which is says when you complete your application. You will get an email letting you know if you have been approved or not once your application is reviewed.

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  4. Tenzho

    Oh no, I was too rush and then upload my picture without my ID.

    Is there any way to resubmit my ID picture?

  5. Salma

    Hi, I have been rejected from peerfly. It was upsetting since I waited for a week but CPA networks do have strict screening protocols.
    I think my registration was denied for either some or all these reasons:
    1. Under 18
    2. No website/online marketing technique
    3. The advertising technique I mentioned may not be approved though it’s not unethical.

    all information provided on the application I submitted was 100% truthful, so maybe I seem unprofessional?

    Should I go to the approval manager? Or is it a lost cause because of the things mentioned above?


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