Red Hot Revenue
Why They Are Rogue
Red Hot Revenue has been branded a rogue by industry watch dog, Affiliate Guard Dog, for non payment of affiliates, and for lack of communication with affiliate. The rogue status was placed on them in 2009, but it may still be worth exercising a little caution with this program, or avoiding it altogether.
The Red Hot Revenue affiliate program gives affiliates access to four different online casinos that they can promote: Royal Dice Casino, Giant Vegas Casino, Sierra Star Casino, Nutspoker Poker Room. Affiliates can promote one or more of these when they sign up.
The commission based revenue option for Red Hot Revenue is based on the volumes of real money players you send to the system, and is structured in six tiers, ranging from 25% for up to 10 players, to 50% of the net revenues generated by player losses for 501 players or more.
There’s a CPA program that offers between $75 and $500 per player, based on the minimum ‘real player’ deposit criteria required by the site. There’s also a sub affiliate program, that allows you to earn 2% of the revenues generated by affiliates you refer to the site.
Payments are made monthly, providing you have more than $50 in your account. You can choose to be paid by Neteller, Moneybookers, or by wire transfer. There’s also a no negative carry over policy.