Why They Are Rogue
Aside from the unilateral terms change, implementing the quota system that caused existing affiliates to lose considerable amounts of commission on regular players, there have also been other warnings about Bingo Mania.
In June of 2011, industry watchdog GPWA issued a warning to it’s members that Bingo Mania had alerted certain affiliates that they would not be paying them, until further notice.
With two separate warnings about the program, it would be advisable to give them a wide berth.
The Bingo Mania online affiliate program is a site where marketers can sign up for and promote the Bingo Mania online gaming platform. The program has been around since 1998, and it is one of the better known bingo platforms out there.
Earnings for affiliates on the Bingo Mania system are based on player revenues, and range between 20 and 30% of the net revenues generated by your player losses. Players do remain yours for life, but the program does have a highly controversial quota system – if you do not keep sending players to the site, or send no new players to the site within 3 months, you will not earn commissions – even if your other players keep playing.
Affiliates of the Bingo Mania program have the option of being paid by Moneygram, Neteller or Moneybookers, depending on where they live, and there is an online platform where marketers can check their stats and create banners to promote special offers.