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  • #588147
    Anonymous
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    I am on a CPA basis on Casino Blasters. They say that you earn $100 for each player who deposits at least $50. I have a player that made an initial deposit of $30 and now he made another deposit of $30. This player has not been credited for my $100 commission.

    Anyone with experience with them? Does it need to be the first deposit in order to receive your commissions. If yes, it does not make any sense since the player has made more than $50 deposits.

    #663107
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    have you given enough time for the stats to update? Most programmes with cpa do use cumulative deposits so you get the cpa once they have qualified…
    I’d be suprised if blasters places it all on the first deposit..
    TM

    #663108
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    let’s wait and see then

    #663109
    vladcizsol
    Member

    Sharp I am going to copy this down to the Casino Blasters area so they can check things out and respond.

    #663166
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi all,
    Criterias for CPA credit are the following: the player has to be unique to the database and the initial deposit has to be a minimum of $50.00.
    If a player’s first deposit is under $50.00, the affiliate does not get a CPA credit for that player. The deposit amounts are not cumulative, but based on the player’s FIRST deposit amount only.
    I hope that replies the CPA questions. Should you need further explanation, please feel free to contact us anytime at 1-866-225-6909.
    Kind regards.

    #663167
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Ok, that’s a perfect explanation. It means that I have to drop the CPA program right now. It does not make any sense to subscribe a CPA in this terms. I’ll change to revenue share, if it is possible.

    #663724
    Anonymous
    Inactive
    Casinoblasters wrote:
    Hi all,
    Criterias for CPA credit are the following: the player has to be unique to the database and the initial deposit has to be a minimum of $50.00.
    If a player’s first deposit is under $50.00, the affiliate does not get a CPA credit for that player. The deposit amounts are not cumulative, but based on the player’s FIRST deposit amount only.
    I hope that replies the CPA questions. Should you need further explanation, please feel free to contact us anytime at 1-866-225-6909.
    Kind regards.

    It sounds not good,if someone deposit $30 for the first time and $300 for the second,the affiliate get nothing :huh:

    In my opinion,it should be cumulative, if someone deposit more than $50 totally,he can be counted as a valid CPA player

    #663752
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    unfortunately the program doesn’t work that way sorry.

    #663780
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Wow, I cant believe I’m hearing this. If a player deposits $20 to test out the software and then deposits 20k afterwards the affiliate gets nothing? You really have to change this, even as you wrote that explanation it had to strike you as being unreasonable.

    #663782
    Anonymous
    Guest

    20k afterwards the affiliate gets nothing

    I imagine if I saw a player I’d sent for the cpa deal of .. what is it? $100? had deposited $20k and I’d settled for $100, I’d be almost as sick as if I got nothing lol.

    that would be brutal.

    I think that there is a lesson to be learned here that is bigger than whether the program will pay out on accumulative deposits; and I can’t imagine a finer example than Ant offered; which side of the fence do you want to be on when that happens for real? the CPA, or the %?

    #663783
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I agree that in the case I illustrated it would be better to be on a percentage. I think for any casino program the & of profits is far more lucrative, especially for a long term outlook. But this should not take away from the point that this policy that casino blasters has is unacceptable.

    So far they have treated me great as an affiliate and I’ve met some of the pr people in vegas a couple of times. I like everyone there. I just really think that they need to reanalyze this issue. It has the potential to alienate a lot of webmasters.

    What happens if someone deposits $30 and then 5 minutes later deposits $20? Based on this technicality of it not being $50 on the first deposit the affiliate would not get paid. That is not justified. If this had happened to me i would never have returned to the program.

    #663804
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I totally where you are coming from and we have the exact same discussion many times here but we have to protect ourselves from bonus abusers and a min initial deposit of $50 is the least we could do.

    In the long run if you send quality player and they want to take advantage of a great sign up offer of 200% the $50 is really not all that much.

    The other option is to go on a evenue share deal

    Hope this clarifies the issue.

    #663833
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I heard sufficient.

    I dropped the CPA and signed up for the revenue-share.

    #663865
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    in that case you have to send us an e-mail with your old user name (saying you want to close the account) and hte new one you want open

    Thank you

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