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October 14, 2005 at 1:42 pm #590604AnonymousInactive
I’m new to affiliate programs and highly interested in them.
I have read a couple of casino’s affiliate terms and conditions.
However, I still do not understand when I will be actually be paid. (the most important part!)
Suppose I refer my friend “A” to a casino that I am an affiliate of.
Then suppose “A” signs up with a real account at that casino.
– is there a minimum deposit required for “A” and
– is there a required number of plays “A” needs to make before the casino gives me the money?
If there are these requirements, what are the typical requirements?
And if “A” fulfilled all the requirements, how long after do I get paid?
Thanks!October 14, 2005 at 3:35 pm #674354AnonymousInactive
This varies from program to program, but you will be paid at some point during the month for the previous month.
Some pay on the first, some on the 10th, some even later….it varies.
If you choose a CPA program, there will be reqirements regarding the deposit in order for you to get paid. These vary from program to program also.
If you are rev share, there is no such requirement.October 14, 2005 at 5:39 pm #674363AnonymousInactiveDominique wrote:If you choose a CPA program, there will be reqirements regarding the deposit in order for you to get paid. These vary from program to program also.
Hi, thanks for the reply.
Can anybody tell me the requirements (if in a CPA program) of some casinos they are familiar with? (possibly if they are an affiliate of a casino and know the details of the requirement, can you tell me what they are? Just want to get a general idea of whether it’s a reasonable requirement or not)
I can’t find this info anywhere on the terms and conditions for an affiliate.October 14, 2005 at 6:37 pm #674366AnonymousInactive
I don’t do CPA. Just go to the affiliate sites wo have forums below and start reading …. Lots of new plans out there.
Be aware that if you do CPA and your player value doesn’t support the CPA you will be switched to rev share anyway. And if your players exeed the CPA value you really should be on rev share to make the most $.