TFCash is an adult affiliate program specializing in teen content. The TF stands for Teen Flood, their flagship teen site – though they have since introduced a slew of featured girl sites and a non-nude teen girls kissing site. Although the program currently advertises the addition of their latest site 18Eva, there is no mention of when the site was added – which seems par for the course as nowhere will you find a news section or any other indication of how often new content is added. While most of the content revolves around teen girls stripping, posing, and getting themselves off, there are a few hardcore scenes as well.
About the TFCash Program
Payment Structure: 60% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Weekly
Payment Methods: CCBill/Zombaio
Payment Minimum: $25 (CCBill)
Sites: 15 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and Videos – WMV
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: NO
Content and Hosting: Content YES, hosting NO.
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Cross Sales: 1, unchecked.
While we would not call TFCash a bad adult affiliate program, there are a couple of troubling issues affiliates would be advised to note. The first, as already mentioned, is the confusion concerning updates. As mentioned, there is no news section or otherwise advertised update schedule, nor are there any RSS feeds that might give an indication of the frequency of updates. However, the most troubling aspect of this program is the utter lack of any scene description text. While lack of unique text inside of galleries is something to which affiliates have become accustomed – especially with CCBill programs, usually there is a short general description that can be obtained from the FHG list/dump. Not so, with the TFCash program – while several good thumbs are shown with the model’s name and the gallery URL, the galleries are apparently ordered by when they were added and cannot be sorted, such as by site. It should also be noted that while photo and video content is provided for those who wish to build their own galleries, affiliates will only find pre-made photo galleries. Additionally, although the sign-up process is through CCBill, two of the sites will need affiliates to sign-up through Zombaio as well if they wish to promote those sites.
Again, TFCash is not a bad program, but their lack of tools and any good text are worth considering. Affiliates who are well accustomed to writing their own copy and are looking for a good teen program that is not already over-promoted may want to give TFCash some consideration.