Taboola Fraud Review- How Taboola is Doing Fraud?
Today we will discuss Taboola fraud publishers but before that let’s find out what is Taboola? Let’s discuss how Taboola works and then how Taboola cheats its publishers and advertisers!
What is Taboola?
Taboola is a native advertising agency that distributes advertisements on websites, so they have the option of publishers who can register on their website to display advertisements on their website and a solution for advertisers that they want to see their website views. increase, change, and much more. ahead. Including website visitors from Taboola.
Taboola Company Statistics
Project Establishment: 2007
A number of employees: As of 9 September 2014, as of https://www.linkedin.com/company/taboola 51-200.
Profiles: Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, CrunchBase
Taboola Support and Contact Information
Address: 19 West 22nd St. Flo 5, New York NY 10010
Phone Number: 212-206-7663
Email support: email@example.com (it responds within 24 hours but never solves the problem because most of the time they will tell you they are sending your concern to person X or person Y)
Publisher Terms: None.
Minimum traffic: 1,000,000 monthly side views.
Publisher Language Required: None.
Publisher restricted content: adult, child gender, rape, etc. can be read on their website.
How Do Taboola Scamming Publishers?
Now you are back to the level of how taboo publishers cheat, so without wasting time go straight.
P.S. This is my personal experience and recently I had 5 friends working in Taboola who both ended up without Taboola account information and when they asked about it, they terminated their account with some XYZ factors that seem completely useless. Publisher’s opinion.
See screenshot to terminate account:
This email was sent by them after a few emails because we were not signed in to our account and 5 days before the payment date of September 15, 2021.
So let’s understand how Taboola scam their publisher and how they make profits.
Firstly an advertiser advertises content on their site so that they deposit a prohibition i.e. minimum of $100 to the advertiser so that when it is submitted the advertiser can start their advertising campaign to advertise their website/content. Assuming that 100 advertisers invest $100 per day per month, Taboola earns $10,000, and publishers are shown earning 70% of their value, so it would be $7000 per month.
How the scam started, advertisers are charged as soon as their Taboola ads are started, but publishers are paid within 45 days of the net, so their money is credited to their account, so the one from the screenshot above Take an example. We have been working since July 15th (since creating an account as in the screenshot) and at the end of July, we earned $700-800 for which fee is Sept 15th because they have NET45 paydays, so it’s $700 – 800 that is owed when we work in august on the same account. It is assumed that we earned $1400-1600 per month, so we totaled $2100-2400 since the account was approved. And from September 9th we made another $500-550, so the total amount we made was about $2500.
Now the 10th round ads are gone and when we emailed them several times they sent a reply to the screenshot above saying the account has been terminated. So 2500$ is 70% of the publisher’s income so the advertiser’s cost is around 3600$. So Taboola’s total earning is $3600. In such a situation, they cheat the publishers.
Why people do not see taboo fraud reports/news?
Because they have more than 1 million page view requirements, many publishers do not have access to their advertising and Taboola does not receive a report when their accounts are terminated before the fee leads to fraud/fraud. and Taboola pays for each network.
Long Story Short, Once you will apply they will approve your account, they will assign an account amanager, they will help you to genrate revenue. they will be keep asking for more and more traffic, at the end they will genrate invoice saying that they will pay on 14th of next month. and as soon 14 comes near by they will terminate your account without paying a single penny.
WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND NOT TO USE TABOOLA FOR ANY PURPOSE. THEY ARE SCAMMERS AND FRAUDSTERS WHO ARE MAKING PROFITS AND NOT EVEN SHARING IT WITH THE PUBLISHERS! EVEN FROM ADVERTISERS POINT OF VIEW READ SOME REVIEWS BEFORE INVESTING A SINGLE PENNY.
LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST THIS FINAL REVIEW FROM THE YEAR 2017 :