Do we have to fill in details for invoices?

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  • #606842
    Anonymous
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    Hey,

    Just wondering if we have to fill in any details for invoices or if its all done automatically?

    Wasnt sure if we need to do anything before amounts are approved and sent because I think it changed last month.

    #760236
    Anonymous
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    I see there are new methods in the invoice form like Moneybookers, which I don’t see in the account. I filled in my new details with Moneybookers method, (I had Wire Transfer in the account details and would like to change it to MB)
    But during the submitting the form I received a message that I needed to enter my affiliate ID number, I entered my username in this field because I don’t know another affiliate ID and received this message, so I had to enter “1111” in the affiliate ID number, and my real username in the comments field.

    #760282
    Anonymous
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    OK as I am a nice guy I will answer this one for them!

    Yes you must complete all the fields but there are also 2 forms that look the same, one for sportsbook and one for gaming. Aksana, the one you have completed is the sportsbook one as the usernames for that are all 4 digit numbers whereas the gaming ones are specified by the affiliate and can be pretty much anything.

    So the short of it is you have filled in a sportsbook one, for their accounting purposes you will have to fill out the correct one to avoid possible issues with the taxing etc as the offices are based in Gib for gaming and the UK for sportsbook.

    Rubbish system if you ask me! :wink-wink

    P.S. Please check out my new company, http://WWW.CASINO.COM and sign up at [URL=”http://AFFILIATES.CASINO.COM”%5DHTTP://AFFILIATES.CASINO.COM%5B/URL%5D

    For the help I am allowed a plug!

    #760286
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    @Martyn 152823 wrote:

    http://WWW.CASINO.COM

    Not a bad domain name Martyn. I’ll give you $100 for it, as long as you pay escrow fees. PM me :D

    #760287
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Mmmmmmmmmm…tempting….I’ll buy your beer for 1 year too!

    :eh:

    PM sent!

    #760363
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    @Martyn 152823 wrote:

    OK as I am a nice guy I will answer this one for them!

    Yes you must complete all the fields but there are also 2 forms that look the same, one for sportsbook and one for gaming. Aksana, the one you have completed is the sportsbook one as the usernames for that are all 4 digit numbers whereas the gaming ones are specified by the affiliate and can be pretty much anything.

    So the short of it is you have filled in a sportsbook one, for their accounting purposes you will have to fill out the correct one to avoid possible issues with the taxing etc as the offices are based in Gib for gaming and the UK for sportsbook.

    Rubbish system if you ask me! :wink-wink

    P.S. Please check out my new company, http://WWW.CASINO.COM and sign up at [URL=”http://AFFILIATES.CASINO.COM”%5DHTTP://AFFILIATES.CASINO.COM%5B/URL%5D

    For the help I am allowed a plug!

    Thanks Martyn, I’ll look at your program, it seems good. What software does your casino use? and Do you accept US players? And where is your casino licensed? :colgate:so many questions…

    #760369
    Anonymous
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    @aksana 152926 wrote:

    Thanks Martyn, I’ll look at your program, it seems good. What software does your casino use? and Do you accept US players? And where is your casino licensed? :colgate:so many questions…

    Hi,

    As I am not part of a CAP certified program I cannot unfortunately tell you…on the forums anyways. However, as part of my master plan I can still use PM, right?

    I’ll PM you the details now! :hattip:

    Regards,

    #760378
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Cheers for the help Martyn, always there to help out ;)

    Send me an email if your around, I’m off MSN for a while to catch up on work, still looking to get you up.

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