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August 12, 2007 at 11:37 pm #604368AnonymousInactive
2 Pages of discussion have went on, without any word from AP.. no attempt at resolution..
They can’t just change their contract and that’s that. These ever changing bad beat terms suck!August 14, 2007 at 11:04 pm #745578AnonymousInactive
I sent Absolute Poker’s affiliate program (I guess it’s Chipleader now?) an email the other day asking them to terminate my affiliate account.
Today I finally got a response, saying that the email address I sent it from didn’t match anything they had on file. I gave them the benefit of the doubt and checked my records to see what email address I used when I signed up, and it matched the email I sent my termination request from.
Then I logged on to my affiliate account to see what it had, and lo and behold, it had the exact same email I sent the request from – the one they said wasn’t in their system.
Bullshit. You lying assholes.
It’s okay though – I solved the problem the fun way.
:dafingersAugust 15, 2007 at 11:25 pm #745705AnonymousInactive
IMO Absolute has gone from a respectable medium sized room to a room that cannot be trusted on their word. They have fully taken advantage of players and affiliates and change their minds every week or two on what their policies are. They effectively have stolen from all affiliates and rakeback players that signed up before March 1st by radically changing the way they pay affiliates and charging deposit fees on U.S. players MGR regardless of whether they actually deposited or not and regardless of when the player signed up. Of all of their ridiculous new terms that one takes the cake.August 16, 2007 at 10:25 pm #745845AnonymousInactive
For those who still get paid by neteller, have you got the ultimatebet and blackjack commission for last month yet? I only have absolutes.