Unibet Affiliates – Terms Marked Predatory

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  • #606838
    Anonymous
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    Well, we certainly hate to do this, but….. Unibet’s terms and conditions have been marked predatory due to their use of the ‘Minimum Player Rule’ which can be used to eliminate affiliate earnings.

    Minimum Player Rule wrote:
    Unibet has the right to set limits for a minimum level of activity on affiliate accounts. Such minimum activity will be continuously reviewed and Unibet reserves the right to terminate any agreement not reaching the limit. Such limit shall reflect the intention of avoiding accounts where the revenue does not cover Unibet’s internal costs for maintaining the account and the payout procedure. In such an eventuality, the provision of Clause 12(d) shall apply mutatis mutandis.

    Not only is this a minimum player rule, but it is a VERY PREDATORY term due to the vague meaning of ‘activity’. ‘Minimum Activity’ can be 10 players in a month if they so deam it.

    Unibet Affiliates Marked Predatory

    We had initial contact with Sebastian at Unibet, but after mentioning this term they went silent.

    #758362
    Anonymous
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    This is the main reason why I haven’t yet started promoting them, I wanted to add Unibet to my site several months ago, I even signed up there but after reading their terms and conditions I stoped thinking about them.

    #758363
    Anonymous
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    @aksana 150410 wrote:

    This is the main reason why I haven’t yet started promoting them, I wanted to add Unibet to my site several months ago, I even signed up there but after reading their terms and conditions I stoped thinking about them.

    This is the EXACT mentality we need if we are to ensure fair treatment by affiliate programs. We should NOT be promoting affiliate programs that:

    1. Do not pay on time frequently
    2. Have casinos that treat players unfairly, take way too long to pay players, have poor player support.
    3. Have predatory terms and conditions.

    If we follow our guts and use those rules, we should (in theory) be able to help rid the industry of weeds.

    #758395
    victory365
    Member

    Yes, I agree. I have noticed these “strange” T&C and stopped promoting them….let’s see what happens next..

    #758476
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Arrogant programs with rules like this really irritate me, like Bodog and their cockamamie “must have PageRank 3 or higher” and “must have X visitors per day” rules.

    I realize it’s just “business”, but if you aren’t interested in me when I’m the little guy, don’t expect a piece of the action later when I’m the big guy.

    #758485
    Lucretia
    Member

    Bodog is an irritating affiliate program I just wanted to sign up and find out myself if they are so great – but they do not think so – a PR3+ site and minimum # of visitors/day is required to join this program.

    Sorry but this is cave thinking.

    I do not mind to get some useful tips to improve revenues from them but telling me what to do ………..GL!……. (sorry I am a bit angry thinking avbout what they told me to do).

    Have it their way they know better in every respect.

    Everyone who has been approved , lucky you !?

    Rick

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