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February 9, 2007 at 11:03 am #726668AnonymousInactive
I see in my account the stats for 1-2 Feb. only :unhappy:
what’s wrong? I use new links.February 9, 2007 at 1:12 pm #726682AnonymousInactive
One thing i do like is the new links that direct the user to the relevant version of their casino of their choice. Neat touch :thumbsup:February 9, 2007 at 3:08 pm #726691AnonymousInactive
According to the new stats, it seems like the casino earnings are being bundled.
Is this the case now or is the system not taking the different properties into account?February 9, 2007 at 5:29 pm #726711AnonymousInactiveperalis wrote:According to the new stats, it seems like the casino earnings are being bundled.
Is this the case now or is the system not taking the different properties into account?This is a good question.
I can’t answer it for Henry, but I will say this — If you look at the “old” stats, specifically the Earnings Report, it always showed a “bundled” commission amount. If you look at the “Quick Summary” report (in the old stats), you can see the total commission broken down by casino.
If you look back at how much you were paid in the past, it always equals the sum of the positive numbers in the Quick Summary report. The negative (red) numbers were not taken into account, which is as it should be in a program that doesn’t bundle the casinos. The daily revenue report (in both the old and new stats) is useful, but slightly misleading because you could actually be earning more than what the daily report indicates.
My point is, the new stats show you the same data as the old stats. From the daily income page (in the new stats), click on the blue “Detailed Statistics” link at the bottom. That will show you a breakdown by casino. This page is equivalent to the old “Quick Summary” report.
I assume that Vegas Affiliates has NOT changed from unbundled to bundled, as that would be a retroactive change in their terms and conditions. Revenue from players I referred in the past should continue to be ring fenced. That’s why I promoted VA in the first place — because each revenue stream was separate. A huge negative at one casino wouldn’t hurt me at the other casinos.
Henry will clarify this I’m sure, but I would be very surprised if I am wrong about this. After the retroactive changes attempted by Referback, Fortune Affiliates, and Vegas Partner two years ago, I’d be shocked if anyone else tried to do something like that.February 9, 2007 at 7:07 pm #726720AnonymousInactive
I did not think that they would do something like that – just wanted to make sure. Then again, it is me – a bit lazy – and never did look deeper into the stats on the old system – I only ever saw the quick summary report :smoker:
Your answer does make sense though – thanks.