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Hi,

My client operates in a niche which is complimentary to your traffic. I am looking to find new sources of traffic for our pop-under campaigns.

Here is a sample landing page which is used on another clients site.

http://www.xn--onlinecasno-wcb.com/

Would you be willing to place a popunder on your site? We have found the exit-pop (a popup is triggered once a user leaves your site) to be the least intrusive.

We pay on a CPM basis with transparrent tracking in our backoffice and pay on a CPM basis ($X per 1000 triggered popunders delivered to unique users over a 24 hour period)

If you are inerested just let us know the $cpm you expect in return.

Many thanks

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