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Author Topic: CPALead - Annoying "website monetization" tool, and how to get rid of it.  (Read 4648 times)

scancode

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CPALead is a web service that allows you to pester your users, forcing them to complete surveys before they can use your premium content.

They also block you out of a site if you use ad-blocking software or have JS disabled.
cpalead-demo3.JPGCPALead - Annoying "website monetization" tool, and how to get rid of it.

This is how their overlay looks.
cpalead-demo.JPGCPALead - Annoying "website monetization" tool, and how to get rid of it.

To get rid of it, you can type javascript:closeeverything();void 0; into your address bar, or add it as a bookmarklet.
cpalead-demo2.JPGCPALead - Annoying "website monetization" tool, and how to get rid of it.

Intrusive website monetization FTL.

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Re: CPALead - Annoying "website monetization" tool, and how to get rid of it.
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2009, 08:47:28 PM »
hey, thanks for this.  I went another route and just use [url=SPAM://surveyblock.com]Survey Block[/url] to do it for me since the method you posted rips ALL javascript, and really I only need the surveys disabled :)

Dear Spammer:

What the hell? Can you please explain why typing javascript:closeeverything();void 0; rips ALL Javascript? That's impossible.
Thanks for wasting our time.

Love,
scannie