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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 12:24 pm 
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Why not set up an affiliate with a company called warehouse express? they are cheaper than some sources and offer terrific service.

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Hi - I don't think they offer an affiliate scheme...


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Hi Gordon, I think they do.
Please this website, though I could be 99% wrong.

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Am I being daft? I can't see anywhere on that page which talks about affiliate schemes! Please post a link with details!

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It appears that the ephotozine website has a store which is basically Warehouse Express with a different logo in the banner.

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Phil Lee wrote:
It appears that the ephotozine website has a store which is basically Warehouse Express with a different logo in the banner.


Thats what I meant, Sorry Gordon my post was clear as mud.

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Yep, but do either have an affiliate scheme? I couldn't find one...


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