Hello everyone, I desided to write some comments about the affiliate link issues that I have experienced when using IE7.0 IE7.0 seems to ignore affiliate links and that issue seems to happen regularly. Earlier version IE6 had not that problem. I use Firefox and Seamonkey and other mozilla based browsers mainly,so I did not noticed that high severity issue before when using IE7.0 because I use it very rarely,I simply don't like it. Anyway I suppose US internet users use mainly IE7.0 so if we don't take a note of this,we will loose a lot of possible affiliate profits and referrals to program owners. I have now tested IE7.0 with my affiliate links and really it "kills" the ref codes so all sales and recruiting from IE7.0 users are going like smoke to the sky. This does not seem to be any spyware software's cookie killing issue, but solely the problem in IE7.0 itself. After some test I found that if using HTML refreshing redirection in my own domain as well as using PHP redirection will fix the problem. If doing so,affiliate links seems to work OK. The same system seems to work with clickbank hop-links too Otherwise not,if used directly the hop-links,in final phase it shows (affiliate=none) in clickbank payment form. I hope this resolve this issue, Please let me know your tests and opinions.. All the best Aatos Ps. Here are both of these code solutions that you can use, HTML: Your Programs name PHP: First make some folder in your website,second if you use upper code,save it as index.html and upload to that folder in your website. Another code in the bottom, do the same,make folder save code as index.php and upload to your website folder. I hope codes show correctly in this mail.