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August 20, 2008 at 4:53 am #610545
Hi Everybody this is very weird to me and I’m quite ill about it, I saw an ad on another forum for rome casino, and said humm looks good to me, I signed up as an affiliate and low and behold its a big fat scam!!
I beleive you, myself, an gawd knows how many have been duped by this so called rome casino, I believe it to be a scam site to gain your personal information. I have tried the banner and googled the site and its no casino its an information site now I have to change all my personal details, I’m so friggin pissed. I just wanted to give you a heads up if anyone else had signed up to this so called site. if you gave any account info change your passwordsAugust 20, 2008 at 5:34 am #776157
Hi, just a quick update I was able to find to log into my affiliate account, but the banners still take you hereAugust 20, 2008 at 6:42 am #776160AnonymousInactive
I’m having the same troubles with it redirecting to information.xxx, however I don’t think these guys are a scam.
I’ve heard that some webhosts will redirect pages to that site if the page 404’s or has other issues. So, this may be a combination of their website having issues and the hosting causing the redirect.
If anyone knows what’s going on it would be nice to know.
Kevin 11August 20, 2008 at 7:29 am #776170AnonymousInactive
I received an email invitation from Gabriel (the former affiliate manager of Rushmore) to promote Rome Casino.August 20, 2008 at 7:31 am #776172AnonymousInactive
Top Game platform is a new software, so who knows how it works and is it bugs free. As always, time will verify everything.August 20, 2008 at 8:02 am #776177AnonymousInactive
I don’t think it’s a scam for two reasons: firstly they had a big marketing presence at the last conference and secondly they are CAP certified.August 20, 2008 at 9:22 am #776186AnonymousInactive
Did you get this Email
Subject:Rome Partners Affiliate Program (US ALLOWED)
Date:Sunday, August 17, 2008 12:04:25 PM
I have just been contacted by my technical team which has been making updates to the affiliate program and they have told me that I should recommend that you to create new tracking codes and replace them for the old ones that were before.
I apologize in advance for any inconvenience
Affiliate Account ManagerAugust 20, 2008 at 9:49 am #776190guljoMember
To whom it may concern,
Early last week, we began the transfer of our domains from GoDaddy to Moniker. We did this for obvious reasons as we’re a US Facing operation. This includes both RomeCasino.com and RomePartners.com. RomePartners has not moved over yet so it is still functional however all requests going to romecasino.com is going to information.com.
I can promise you that this isn’t a “scam” and we certainly do not own “information.com“. We are currently in the process of trying to track down what has gone wrong with the transfer but Moniker will not be in the office until 9am EST (About 3 hours from now). Much to our dismay, Moniker has no emergency line or email address that responds to issues 24/7.
Having said that, we’re doing everything we can to get in touch with them so they can get our domain back online. We ask for your patience and understanding during this short but very difficult time.
Gabriel.August 20, 2008 at 10:16 am #776195AnonymousInactive
I’m sure this isn’t a scam either. You really shouldn’t be so quick to make such “scam” statements.
I just found out that there’s someone at Rome Casino that I’ve known for a long time now, from other online casino programs and whom I trust. I’m actually going to go sign-up right now for their program because of this person.
I think the domain transfer situation is starting to sort itself out, because I’m reaching the casino when I type romecasino.com or http://www.romecasino.comAugust 20, 2008 at 10:36 am #776197guljoMember
This morning has been an understandably trying experience for us. We have done our best to track down Moniker and we have finally resolved the issue. While Moniker successfully accepted our transfer, they ignored our request to confirm that the records were setup properly, and proceeded to update the MX records while pointing the A Records to their own server. We would have caught this earlier but as we’re located in Israel, this all occurred in the middle of the night and we became aware of it just this morning. There should be no further issues with our domain from this point forward as it has now been successfully moved.
We are truly sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused,August 20, 2008 at 1:05 pm #776213AnonymousInactive
Rome isn’t a scam casino, they are converting pretty well for us. Like most new casinos and software when they are launched they have a few bugs, I am glad to see another place come out and be US friendly for my players. I will give them the time and the chance to get all the bugs fixed.
You really should do research before you make such statements.August 20, 2008 at 1:53 pm #776229AnonymousInactive
Rome Casino is new, but it’s run by a team of experienced people, some of whom I’ve known for years. It is certainly NOT a scam operation.
Perhaps a moderator can change the title of this thread?August 20, 2008 at 2:03 pm #776232vladcizsolMember
Guys its definitely not a scam. Rome Casino is a new start up and as Gabriel stated they were transfering the domain and this was a temporary glitch. I personally know the princples of the company and along with Gabriel they are stand up guys.
Rome Casino is well capitalized and I have heard great feedback about their conversions BECAUSE they use a new software platform that isnt saturated in the market. They are also CAP certified, so if anyone does need assistance we will be right here to lend a hand.August 20, 2008 at 2:12 pm #776237AnonymousInactive
Prof – can this thread be located in a different forum? Seems wrong to have it in the ‘Content Thieves, Scrapers, Black Hatters, and Spammers’ forum when they are obviously not any of the above.
I understand the thread started off with that as the premise, but does that mean it should stay here?August 25, 2008 at 4:59 am #776667
Hi, Everyone I am so very sorry about this issue, I now realize I jumped the gun on Rome Casino. I had signed up for rome partners everything looked good I put out there promotions on my site, and I did do some history on this casino and found nothing bad about them..please cut me some slack here, I am a fairly new affiliate and I meant no harm. I just didnt know what to think when I clicked on there banners and was taken to some information site and even there affiliate site took me there also…
I apologize for this, and I see everything worked out fine, and I have them posted back on my site. Thanks everybody for you feedback :3eyes: