Dark web review site Deep Dot Web used referrals links to earn millions


Referral tie-ups just got a whole lot edgier.

The dark web review site Deep Dot Web was taken down by law enforcement Tuesday, knocking offline a centralized repository of insight detailing how and where to orchestrate illegal drugs and goods online. It turns out, the Department of Justice revealed, that the operators of the site allegedly applied referral links to earn committees on all future sales obligated on linked websites.

For example, if you went to Deep Dot Web and concluded a link to the now-shuttered dark web market Wallstreet Market, formed an history, and then fixed acquires with that history, Deep Dot Web would supposedly pay a commission on that sale. All future purchases were restrained back to that original referral associate. Read more …

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