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January 21, 2010 at 6:48 pm #620326cybersportsMember
Please join us in welcoming Nick from Jackpots Heaven for being a CAP Listed Program!
JHeaven Affiliates Program offers a unique commission option, a scheme that allows the affiliate to earn a varying commission between 30% and 50%. Plus you receive 10% of the commissions of the affiliates you refer to our casino. The commission scheme starts with 30% revenue share for less than 10 players and climbs to 40% with your fiftieth player, and even over 50% once you reach hundreds of players. JHeaven Affiliates program guarantees 50% for your first 2 months (4 for CAP Affiliates) regardless of the number of players. A nice feature at JHeaven Affiliates is its simplicity; affiliates can list all their websites, in case they have more than one website, in one application, reviewed within about 24 hours. Jackpots Heaven Casino is the place where players from all around the World can enjoy various games provided by our unique casino software. The particularity of JackpotsHeaven is its custom made casino software which you can’t find elsewhere. Jackpots Heaven does serve an international audience, whether you are in America, Europe or Asia. Jackpots Heaven Casino accepts and welcomes all players without exception.
We are currently investigating a few issues raised about this new group – please do not join this program until these matters have been clarified and this post has been updated!January 23, 2010 at 7:27 pm #807733AnonymousInactive
Just wondering if anyone here actually does ANY due diligence on the casinos that these affiliate programs represent?
Among other things, Jackpots Heaven is 100% guilty of using software that has BLATANTLY stolen copyrighted material from Microgaming and RTG in their slots. I mean EXACT copies, even down to naming some of the games the same.
How do you list a company here, and not know this? Has anyone from here played there? Did you not notice the MG and RTG copies of games? Doesn’t matter, as I expect once MG’s and RTG’s lawyers are done with them, there won’t be a casino and there certainly won’t be an affiliate program.
If anyone cares:January 23, 2010 at 9:24 pm #807736AnonymousInactive
Saw that and pointed Warren there – you guys rock! Super detective work!
Maybe it would be a great idea for CAP to get some players checking out the places that want to be listed with new software.January 23, 2010 at 9:53 pm #807737AnonymousInactive
Thanks to CM and Pinababy69 for bringing this to our attention. We have removed their listing but will keep this forum open (for now) to allow the management at Jackpots Heaven to address the issues raised. We do our best to ensure there are no outstanding player or affiliate complaints before a program is listed on CAP, but it seems like a good idea to involve players in testing before we accept new softwares.
Pinababy69, do you think it would work if we funded five players every time we receive an application to get listed on CAP from an operator with new software? It would be really useful for us to have player perceptions.
It has also been suggested to me (re: new software) that we also check if the owners have a criminal history, the casino has a valid license, and is certified by the TST. I think this is doable, but are we missing anything else?February 17, 2010 at 11:19 pm #808486AnonymousInactive
We are now closing this forum as Jackpots Heaven will be removed from CAP permanently.