The companies said new affiliates can now be paid by purchasing the Payoneer Card for a flat fee of $29.95 with no loading and no monthly fees.
Existing Cupid affiliates with a Payoneer account that reach the $200 threshold each month from July 1 to Sept. 30 will also have all monthly load fees waived.
Cupid noted that its affiliate programs also promotes mainstream websites including Cupid.com and GirlsDateForFree.com as well as “casua” sites like BeNaughty.com and Flirt.com.
The company said it buys traffic coming from the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, Ireland, France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, New Zealand and India.
Cupid's programs offer pay-per-lead (up to $7), pay-per-sale (up to $157), or revenue share (90 percent of sale plus bonus for high conversions up to $4.10 per lead. The rates are not fixed which means that higher volume or higher converting traffic can be negotiated.
A new affiliate referral program is also offered that pays five percent of revenues.
Cupid affiliates are paid monthly unless commissions exceed $2,000 per week, which are then paid weekly.