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Thread: Why Linkbucks blocked filehost sites links?

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    Question Why Linkbucks blocked filehost sites links?


    I have mobile related application forum when i upload mobile app on any filehost site(mediafire,rapidshare etc)
    shrink download link and share on my forum when user click on this link after linkbucks advertisement no file found.linkbucks blocked file and no download what can i do? please solve this problem.

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    I've heard that is a small bug of linkbucks, in other shrink services mediafire, rapidshare works well, but I think that linkbucks is the better shrink service

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    actually those filehost servers are the one who blocked all paying short system and some blogs also coz they wanted to reduce traffic what adfly did is they made there links anonymous so that those filehosts don't detect that the user is coming from them am sure LB will do the same soon

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