What do I need to know when I am switching from CCBill to GMBill?
If the merchant site you promote is changing from CCBill to GMBill, there is some key information to take note of to ensure a smooth transition, and that all due sales are credited to you during the changeover process.
This information is separate from the registration process; a process largely handled and driven by the merchant making the transition.
Familiar with CCBill terminology already? It’s mostly the same for us; we’ve listed the key differences below:
Most likely, even after you switch to GMBill, there will be a period of time where you’ll need to ensure your affiliate cookie for both GMBill and CCBill is set on the traffic you refer. To achieve this, you will need to merge your GMBill and CCBill affiliate links. Worry not! We have a special tool to help you do just that:
Enter your old CCBill and new GMBill affiliate links into the corresponding forms (be sure no spaces are copied in, and the links are 100% accurate), then click Create. Below, in the Combined URL form your new, combined CCBill and GMBill affiliate link will appear. Do not edit this link! even the slightest change could render it inoperable. GMBill provides this tool to be helpful, but strongly recommend you test the link thoroughly to ensure both affiliate cookies are being set; we do not guarantee the efficacy of this link combiner.