Internet Marketing
US Address Options For Nigerian Clickbank Affiliate Marketers
August 11, 2010
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The sooner Clickbank realizes that most of their income come from legitimate and hardworking Nigerians, the better for all of us. That said, if you’re struggling with Graphcard’s US address system and their lousy customer support, then I’d recommend you try these other USA address options. But you must be earning first with your affiliate programs to avoid unnecessary waste of money.

1. Myus
This company offers a good mail forwarding service, they accept Nigerians and ship to Nigeria. They give you a real US address that’s solely yours. There are 3 subscription plans you can choose from, browse through and select one that’s most convenient for you. I’d recommend the premium + mail plan.

2. Bongous
They give you a personal US address that you can use for your Clickbank registration. All your checks go directly to your personal US address which will be forwarded to you in Nigeria. They have two plans, pay per use and monthly subscription plan. Sign up fee for the pay per use is $5 and their monthly subscription plan goes for $15 per month and comes with discount on shipping rates. The pay per use will fit perfectly for what we want to use it for, checks.

3. Shipito
This is a great and cheap mail forwarding service. They accept Nigerian customers and there are no setup fees, plus you also get a US address.

Besides receiving your affiliate checks, these services can be of tremendous help when you need to buy stuffs online and have them shipped to your Nigerian address. And also for those who may be needing a US address for international credit card application.

Go through the list above, choose one that appeals to you the most, and don’t forget to check their terms of service, fees, and shipping rates before deciding to use them.

If you have any questions, forward it to their help and support department. That not withstanding I would still love to hear your comments and questions here.

Please note, am neither an affiliate nor a representative of any of the companies mentioned in the post. So I’m not getting paid or anything, though a little cheque from them wouldn’t be a bad idea.

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There are 36 comments

  • Gabriel Emiri-Ogu says:

    I am reading your at your site for the first time and I am impresed with what I have seen and will want to be an affiliate soon through your mentoring .

  • bennie says:

    i really want to have a USA address but i have problem paying the company for the address do u know company dat accept liberty reserve i need ur help bro

  • David Osajie says:

    Gabriel – I’m glad you find my blog interesting, and thanks for reading and leaving your thoughts. There would be a free blog series on affiliate marketing pretty soon.

    Bennie – You’ll need to use your credit card to pay those companies. I doubt if any of them accepts liberty reserve. Here’s how to get a credit card from Nigerian banks.

  • bennie says:

    hi dave how abt de forum trying to acess it but cant

  • Emeka says:

    this is yet another important post Dave. this will go a long way in helping nigerians who are looking for cheap U.S address. I have checked http://www.shipito.com and its cool. i am not in any way promoting this site.

  • Dan Oloruntoba says:

    Hey man, don’t mean to be a judge or something… noticed the spelling of “options” in the title of this post is mis-spelt.
    do correct it as soon as you can.

    Great blog, great information being passed here… Keep it up!
    Ps:I cherish my privacy and so I’ve used a faux email address here.
    thanx a lot man.

    • David Osajie says:

      Thanks for pointing that out, just edited it now. I guess I was in hurry so I hit the “publish” button too quickly.

      Your privacy is totally safe here, we don’t spam our readers, neither do we sell your details to a third party.

  • Joseph says:

    Guys, please kindly go to google, type in “shipito fraud” without the closeup marks and see what some guys are saying about shipito. I mean US Guys. So, im a little sceptic and one thing….
    …. Dave you’re so funny. You’ve not tried shipito but you recommend it that much. Whats the catch? Hm?

    • David Osajie says:

      Of course they are legit, I did a little bit of research before recommending them.
      And there is no catch, I don’t work for them, and I’m not an affiliate.

      I’ve seen so many cases where competitors and even disgruntled ex-employees try to rubbish a company’s reputation as may be in the case above.

  • Graphcard’s customer services ain’t lousy @ all. It’s NON-EXISTENT. :-(. Have you by any chance tried these sites ?

    • David Osajie says:

      Thanks, that’s a much better word for it.

      About the sites, I haven’t tried any of them yet. But I’m looking to giving one of them a shot.

    • Graphcard’s customer service is IN EXISTENCE. If you mail them and receive no reply, you can try calling them on the phone.

      I called and spoke with their customer service today and i was cleared on certain issues.
      Though it took them almost two days before they pick my call.

      So, if you have any issue you would like to clear with them, call them on the phone.
      Here is their number :+13014839500 ( i got it from their website)

  • Chukwuka Odoemenam says:

    Using any US based address attracts a request for a Tax ID by Clickbank, for earnings more than $600/yr. How do one clear this issue? or would i still receive my earnings if i do not supply any Tax ID?

    Thanks in advance for a good response.

    • David Osajie says:

      If I was given N1 everytime I was asked this, I would have lots of coins flowing underneath my bed.

      The tax issue is simple, search google or clickbank for w8ben form, let them know you’re from Nigeria and that you’re using a US based address for your affiliate marketing business. Fill correctly and honestly, and then fax this back to them, and let them work on it. Hopefully you’ll get a positive response when they are done.

  • Emmanuel says:

    Pls guild me on how to verify paypal from nigeria and on d issue of applying 4 us virtual bank a/c 4rm payoneer .Is it immediately as u’re signing up 4 d card or after u’ve been approved or after u’ve received d card.Pls assist me.

  • Chike says:

    Thanks for your concern for the newbies.. Using a company like Shipito and getting my cheques here in Nigeria which must not necessarily be from Clickbank, how do i go about cashing such cheques here in Nigeria? What is expected of me to have, like current account? Dom account? Passport? Drivers license? And what bank do you recommend? Thanks

    • David Osajie says:

      You’d need a current account plus a dom account. Drivers license, passport, anything that ID’s you. Go with GTBank.

      • Chike says:

        Thanks for your answer.. I really appreciate.. I ran into a problem when I tried to sign up with shipito.. It says credit cards are not allowed from users in Nigeria.. I don’t have a Paypal account and there are no third parties that handle the Nigerian end of signing up with shipito.. What do you suggest I do? thanks

  • Chike says:

    between shipping my cheque to be cashed in Nigeria and opening a virtual address with Graphcard to cash my cheque, which do you seriously favor or advice a newbie to use? please this is very important to me

  • Hello David. I enjoyed your post and I want to personally encourage you to continue. By the way, I have a problem with graphcard.

    I’m pretty new to them as this is my first time to send my clickbank affiliate checks to them. The payee name i used as instructed is LFR COMMUNICATIONS INC because clickbank does not accept Nigerians.

    My check was mailed on the 2/2/2011 according to clickbank and up till this moment, I have not received my funds on my graphcard account. My virtual address is new and a PMB no. was assigned to me.

    Have you ever received your funds from gc and are they really reliable because I have bigger checks coming in this month.

    Please reply. I’m confused and fed up, maybe your tip can help me get out of this mess. The amount I’m expecting is $160.69

    Thank you.

  • Tp says:

    Hi, you have to update the information you have on your blog. Almost all of these companies to ship clickbank checks. i just chatted with a representative from Bongous and was told point blank that they don’t ship clickbank checks. And a few others that i have chatted with also said the same.

  • Peter says:

    Hi everybody, I am with Amazon as affiliate and want to know if I can receive my affiliate check here in Nigeria with my Nigeria address without using US address.

  • Yetunde says:

    Hi Dav,

    I love your blog, very informative, keep up d good work. Considering the many bottlenecks with a US address what are the advantages of a UK/London address over a US address. please compare.
    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best regards.

  • Olushola Matthew says:

    Isn’t there any company that will get their money when the packages arrive here in Nigeria?.

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