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October 13, 2005 at 3:50 pm #590590AnonymousInactive
In the stats, what is the difference between Casino First Deposits and Real First Deposits?
ThanksOctober 13, 2005 at 9:04 pm #674319AnonymousInactive
Real first deposit is when a player first deposits in any of the five casinos (Golden Palace, Flamingo, Grand Online, etc). However, sometimes they might switch to another casino. However since they already deposited in one of the casinos, the second casino they deposit into is not a Real First Deposit, but instead a casino first deposit.October 13, 2005 at 9:12 pm #674320AnonymousInactive
Thanks, Smarttxti, that explains it perfectly.October 20, 2005 at 3:39 am #674656AnonymousInactive
What if a player has deposited by themselves OR through another affiliate then months or years later comes through your site and links to another one of the blaster casinos?
Are they not considered real first depositor since they are doing it for the first time through your links? That could be a point of contention.October 20, 2005 at 3:48 pm #674690AnonymousInactive
I would assume the player belongs to the first affiliate who signed him/her.October 20, 2005 at 5:08 pm #674704AnonymousInactive
Once a player has downloaded the software he/she will ALWAYS belong to the original affiliate that they downloaded through. Whether they play regularly, or stop and then come back months & months later – they will always track back to the original affiliate.
If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us anytime at 1-866-225-6909.October 21, 2005 at 3:21 am #674741AnonymousInactive
I will contact you via phone, but what I actually meant by this was for this instance:
say player “x” signs up through portal “A” today at Flamingo Club and plays there.
THEN 2 months later Player “x” comes to MY site and links to Golden Palace and plays there… did I just do the work to get the 1st affiliate paid or is player “x” mine for golden palace and portal “A” s for Flamingo Club???
My point is that it would hardly seem fair to work and recruit a player to a casino that they have not yet played in only to never get credit for them because 2 years ago they signed up at a DIFFERENT casino in your group through a different affiliate… This work that I would have put in to get them into Golden palace would go straight to the pockets of an older affiliate then?
If this is the case then the terms are terrible. I totally understand not giving the same affiliate credit over and over again for the same player who may jump from casino to casino in the group, but why give them my profits? I understand that this may not even be the case, but wanted to inform of what exactly I was asking about.October 21, 2005 at 2:49 pm #674773AnonymousInactive
This works for you too. Your players are yours for life. It helps you build up a player base as you grow. Once you have done that, you can become a full time affiliate.
I personally will not sign with a program that does not promise the player for life.
Also, in programs with several casinos you have the problem of cross promotions. You send a player to casino X and the program promotes casinos Y and Z to this player.
Shouldn’t you get paid for what your player brings to the other casinos? You are the one who sent the player!
Yes, we all send some players back to casino groups or even specific casinos after they were alread signed by another affiliate. It has to be regulated one way or another, and popular vote decided again and again we want life long players. Last time this vote was cast recently in the Referback vote.