Change Affiliate Status

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NATS4 allows you to change affiliate statuses from Active to either "Disabled" or "Banned". This is useful for preventing affiliates from accessing your NATS system.

Affiliate Statuses

A "Banned" affiliate will not be able to login to your NATS system, and all of their traffic will be redirected to the /spam.html page on your linkdomain. Once an affiliate is banned, they are also automatically removed from the Payments Admin to prevent them from receiving payouts.

A disabled affiliate, on the other hand, will also be restricted from logging in and removed from the Payments Admin, but their traffic will still be tracked by NATS.

Changing an Affiliate's Status

To change an affiliate's status in NATS4, go to the affiliates admin, locate the affiliate you want to affect, and click the corresponding "Change Affiliate Status" action icon.

The next page will provide a breakdown of that affiliate's basic information, including Full Name, Address, Minimum Payout, URL, Company, E-Mail, Payment Method, and Current Status. This page also provides information regarding how long the affiliate has been registered under your NATS.

Below the available list of information, you will find three fields that can be configured to affect your affiliate's status. These fields are:

  • Status - Choose between Active, Disabled, and Banned.
  • Public Reason - Displays the text in this field to the affiliate as a reason for their status change.
  • Internal Reason - Displays the text in this fields to admins only as a reason for an affiliate's status change.

Changing an Affiliate's Status in NATS 4

Once you have filled in the available fields, click the "Set Affiliate Status" button to set your affiliate status change in effect.