the Fatwa Department Research Committee - chaired by Sheikh `Abd al-Wahhâb al-Turayrî
Registering these people’s names when they neither visited the websites nor have any desire on their own to join those sites is a gross misrepresentation of what is going on.
The commission is being paid to you for your referring the websites to those people. What is effectively being said upon registration is that the person is registering for his own purposes and was merely referred to the service by you.
Your using their names to register and making it seem as if you referred those people to the site is a lie, a fraud, and a deception. If they give you permission to do so, they are merely giving you permission to use their names in a fraudulent way.
The honest way to go about this is to have them register, themselves, for the services that they want and mention you as the one who referred them. This fulfills the requirements of honesty in that these people will be exposed to the services that the company is paying you for promoting.
If it turns out that these people cannot do so because they have no Internet access, then this makes it more severely fraudulent for you to use their names, in that they cannot possibly benefit from the services that you are allegedly “referring” them to.
And Allah knows best.
Source: Islam Today