CPA networks only want experienced affiliates that have been successful with CPA in the past and they aren’t interested in beginners. This statement is not entirely accurate. While they need experienced affiliates, they also need to work with people who are starting out because there simply aren’t enough experienced affiliates to go around.
What CPA networks want to avoid is people who generate false leads, using less than honest methods. This practice hurts everyone, from the advertisers, to the networks and ultimately affiliates. The reason is that the more false leads an advertiser has to payout for the higher their cost
per sale will be and the higher their risk as well. This means that they will eventually pay lower commissions due to lost revenues and higher costs which will equate to both affiliates and networks losing money in the long run.