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  • #667028
    Anonymous
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    Jarvi wrote:
    Jackie, charity is not an act where you expect something in return other than feeling good about yourself. If you want to help people then just give them the money, don’t do it for branding and marketing.

    I have to agree whole-heartedly.

    And if GP wanted to gain some publicity (by helping needy people, for right or wrong reasons), they could make donations to food banks, schools, underprivledged families, a scholarship program, or open a golden-palace youth shelter.

    My $.02

    #667054
    Anonymous
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    whether real or not; as someone mentioned, you are helping create a market for these outrageous auctions.

    its incredibly bad taste.

    On the upside, I was looking for something to write about on my sites and this will feed the bear quite nicely.

    I will include my code in the link and who knows? maybe some sick bas**** out there will think its funny and decide to sign up.

    But its hard to believe that the experts (or so one would think; if you can afford to spend money on such outrageous stunts, surely you’ve hired the best) you have working for you; have decided to take such the “low road” and have GP associated with such tasteless acts.

    potato chips shaped like Elvis or the Virgin Mary is one thing; that’s outrageous but it doesn’t hurt anyone. And it doesn’t create ambition for others to also consider exploiting the innocent or those unable to defend themselves.

    Here’s an idea. If you want to create some publicity, how about running a campaign stating you will not ever again make a bid on an auction which exploits the innocent?

    #667069
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Interesting that as of today few if any webmasters have deleted or redirected their links for GP.
    That says a whole lot more than windy posts of indignation. It says:

    WEAK and GUTLESS.

    There is no excuse for exploitation and if you make a buck from GP then you are partially responsible!

    #667073
    Anonymous
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    deaning wrote:
    Interesting that as of today few if any webmasters have deleted or redirected their links for GP.
    That says a whole lot more than windy posts of indignation. It says:

    WEAK and GUTLESS.

    There is no excuse for exploitation and if you make a buck from GP then you are partially responsible!I agree.

    In addition to the asinine baby naming stunts, there are a few more reasons why I’m not promoting GP:

    1. They have been blacklisted by the Wizard of Odds.
    2. They are listed on Casinomeister’s list of Rogue Casinos.
    3. If someone wanted to gamble at GP, why would they bother going through an affiliate link? Wouldn’t most people simply type “goldenpalace.com” in the address bar? The brand is a household name at this point.
    #667097
    Anonymous
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    deaning wrote:
    Interesting that as of today few if any webmasters have deleted or redirected their links for GP.
    That says a whole lot more than windy posts of indignation. It says:

    WEAK and GUTLESS.

    There is no excuse for exploitation and if you make a buck from GP then you are partially responsible!

    Dean I’m one of those and what you didn’t consider is our different priorities. It takes a couple of minutes to make a post and a heck of a lot longer to remove links. My sites have been on autopilot for at least 3 weeks because of other commitments and I’ve just been checking in here each day or so. We’re not all weak and gutless and thinking of money before anything else, we just have other things we are trying to juggle. I admire your passion with this cause and we all support causes in different ways. Mine was to try and point out to the GP people that they are misguided in what they are doing.

    Anyway, no hard feelings, just wanted to defend myself a bit.

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