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- December 15, 2007 at 1:01 am #606438AnonymousInactive
It has been discussed in another forum UB has gone from deducting 25% to 100% of bonuses. Is this true and if so how long has it been going on?December 19, 2007 at 8:28 am #756925AnonymousInactive
5 days later and no answer?December 21, 2007 at 1:56 am #757161casinoiMember
I am interested in this as well.December 22, 2007 at 4:57 am #757265AnonymousInactive
I don’t know the answer, but I would like to hear it.
I am guessing no news is BAD news?December 22, 2007 at 9:44 pm #757294AnonymousInactive
Is 9 days not enough time to answer this question?
Here’s the deal. If UB is now deducting 100% of the bonus on players signed up then it is more bait and switch on the part of this company on top of all of their other crimes. The fact the question has been completely ignored speaks for itself.
Rakeback players and affiliates were never notified either, it was discovered on reports. Of course the info could be wrong but I can only make assumptions since 9 days is not enough time to answer a question.December 22, 2007 at 10:21 pm #757295vladcizsolMember
Lets ask Marcela. I will send her an email and PM tomorrow.
Since its Christmas Eve tomorrow and then Christams it may be a few more days tioll we get a difinitive response.December 22, 2007 at 10:33 pm #757296AnonymousInactive
Hehe, it’s only the 22nd today.
You must be in a hurry to open your gifts!December 22, 2007 at 10:59 pm #757297vladcizsolMember
Tomorrow is Sunday so shes probably off. Monday is the 24th and most offices are closed. I know ours is until the 27th and even then most of our staff are on Holiday until after New Years.
You see much of me until the 27th either with any luck :santa2:December 23, 2007 at 7:52 pm #757314AnonymousInactive
I seem to have the full answer. I would still appreciate if Chipleader could comment on this too as it was a change on their pay on existing players.
25% of a bonus was deducted from MGR. This meant if you were a non rb affiliate you would have about 9% of the player bonus deducted off of your affiliate pay. If a player cleared a $100 bonus it would cost you $9 out of your pay.
Now UB deducts 25% of the bonus directly off of your pay. If a player clears a $100 bonus it takes $25 out of your pay.
Is this true? If it is:
1. Why were affiliates not directly notified?
2. Rakeback players not notified?
3. Why is it OK to yet again change the way to pay affiliates and rakeback players on their existing accounts, especially without even notifying them?
If I am wrong I apologize. It seems many affiliates have figured it out on their own and without any response I just assumed they must be correct.
Thanks everyone for their time.December 28, 2007 at 5:13 pm #757554fronkeeMember
I’m sorry about the delay.
The deduction of the 25% of the bonus dollars is working as it has been working during the last 2 years.
The system will deduct 25% to rakeback and non-rakeback affiliates.
Have a great day!
MarcelaDecember 29, 2007 at 11:01 pm #757621AnonymousInactive
Thank you for the reply.
Many of your affiliates believe otherwise so it might be worth mentioning in the next CL newsletter.December 31, 2007 at 7:45 pm #757704AnonymousInactive
From what I have seen UB does in fact deduct 100% of a cleared bonus from MGR. The math does not show 25%. Does a bonus deduct dollar for dollar?
Example, a player generates $300 in rake while clearing $100 in bonus. What is his MGR?
Thank youJanuary 7, 2008 at 9:29 pm #758107AnonymousInactive
Can you please answer my above question. It has been a week and there is a lot of evidence your previous post was not correct. It appears either UB has not been telling the truth for years or they changed how bonuses were deducted.
Thank you in advance for yor answer.January 8, 2008 at 9:26 pm #758204fronkeeMember
In that case the math would be $300 – $25= $275
The affiliate will get paid $275*0.25= $68.75-processing deductions