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As an affiliate yourself, you have the ability to sign up other affiliates under you. In this case you will earn:
We will cover the credit card processing fees and all operational expenses.
By becoming our partner you make sure all your referrals receive professional treatment and you, as an affiliate, get regular payments with any preferred payment method. There is more information about our affiliate program in the How it Works section. If you have any questions before you continue, please check our FAQ page or contact our professional Support Team for additional inquiries.
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