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August 3, 2005 at 8:25 pm #589505AnonymousInactive
ChoiceGambling.com has BLACKLISTED all Vegas Partner casinos.
The complete list of blacklisted casinos can be found here.
Your casinos will remain on the list until you rescind the “retroactive” aspect of your recently modified terms and conditions.August 3, 2005 at 8:54 pm #670021AnonymousInactive
I will be following suit asap with my blacklisted casino page which is #1 in 3 engines, as well as with my well ranking casino webmaster site. I will review the programs there and tell the truth.
I am particularly unhappy with Vegas Partners because you guys have been absolutely unresponsive.August 4, 2005 at 1:04 am #670051AnonymousGuest
thanks E. I was going to ask if anybody had a handy list of all the casinos i could copy.
that’s pretty well written. any objection to if I just copy the whole thing (with the exception of the RB casinos; they are at least staying in communication and I still hold out hope for that one) ?August 4, 2005 at 1:13 am #670052AnonymousInactive
Sure, use the lists, but if you wouldn’t mind rewording the paragraphs, that would save us both from being penalized for duplicate content. You could change the order of the paragraphs around, change some of the phrasing, etc. So long as it isn’t a carbon copy, we should be okay.
Also I would be more than happy to link to your blacklist once it’s posted – PM me if you’re interested.August 4, 2005 at 1:46 am #670054AnonymousInactive
Me too, mine is here:August 4, 2005 at 1:52 am #670056AnonymousInactive
Mine’s up too, here: http://www.list-o-bonus.com/blacklisted-casinos.htmAugust 4, 2005 at 9:00 am #670072AnonymousGuest
silly me. I wasn’t thinking about the SEs. of course E. and thank you.August 6, 2005 at 4:54 am #670323AnonymousInactiveAwwww man, how did fortune & Vegas Partner
get blacklisted guys? :nervous:August 6, 2005 at 5:36 am #670326AnonymousInactive
Seriously? Where have you been? :3eyes:
I will explain….
Referback, Vegas Partner, Fortune Affiliates, and Partner Logic are all guilty of breaking their promises to affiliates. They changed their terms and conditions retroactively.
A general example —
You sign up with a program that promises to pay you 30% commission on all the players you refer, for life. This means forever — until the players quit playing there.
You like this deal, so you sign up and send them lots and lots of players. Under the agreement you have, you should earn a 30% commission from all of these players, forever. That is how it was stated in the terms and conditions when you signed up.
But then, the scandalous program decides to break this deal. They tell you that you will not earn 30% on the players you sent in the past. Instead, your commission will be lowered to 20%. :Ohno:
So if you made $30,000 per month from the players you sent, now you will only make $20,000. The casino is stealing $10,000 from you every month.
Do you like that? Do you think that is fair? Is that why you signed up? NO! :madat:
This is why we are blacklisting these programs, Scandle. They cannot be trusted anymore. These programs do not keep their promises. The example I gave above is just a general example, but the idea is the same — these programs changed their terms and conditions and applied the changes retroactively. This is a very, very bad thing they have done.
So Scandle, now you know the story. Do you still trust these guys to keep their promises with your players, knowing that they lied to you already? I sure don’t. These programs deserve to be “X”ed.August 6, 2005 at 5:49 am #670328AnonymousInactiveI thought it was only happenning at Referback but now I understand. Well, really, the only places I was making anything was from this groups but like I said before, I am with you guys 110%. I will be closing my board for awhile untill this situation is resolve but I really did like this groups.
The affiliate managers from both of Fortune Affiliate & Vegas Partner were very kind but business is business so I can not market them unless something is settled or turn back to normal for all the affiliates.
Cheers guys and I will keep my eyes open till I can start
Marketing Fortune Affiliate & Vegas Partner. :drunk2:August 6, 2005 at 6:27 am #670334AnonymousInactive
Scandle, rather than closing your board, pick from some of the other honest groups to promote – that way you will be doing double damage to them. Closing your board will only cause you to lose your customers.August 6, 2005 at 6:44 am #670336AnonymousInactiveI was thinking of that but this 2 groups (Fortune Affiliate for –
whom I have as one of my Sponsors and Vegas Partner, for
whom I just started getting along were everywhere in my
board. It will be very hard for me to get rid of all there
banners for I have them out everywhere you can imagine.)
I rather take 4 days off and think about some things & work
on my new websites. I really do hope Fortune Affiliates and
Vegas Partner work something out and fix this madness for
I really do like them a lot. well, till then guys. Take care
and I’ll be around.
Cheers :drunk2:August 6, 2005 at 7:24 am #670341AnonymousInactive
Hi Scandle, it’s quite a sacrifice to take down these groups, I know this as some of my top performers were among them, so I know how you are feeling. But in the long run you won’t be making any money with them anyway with those new terms in place. I would do as Spear has said and look around for honest affiliate programs to work with. At the moment I am giving more exposure to:
as far as microgaming, I’d give it a shot if you can. Don’t throw in the towel it may be just what they want….August 6, 2005 at 1:54 pm #670347AnonymousInactiveEngineer wrote:But then, the scandalous program decides to break this deal.
Nicely put, Dave!August 6, 2005 at 2:47 pm #670349AnonymousInactive
I have also ‘Not Recommended’ all casinos which make up the portfolios of the casino affiliate programs that are in breach of contract. Details can be found in my rogue casino section – http://www.onlinecasinoreviewer.com/roguecasinos.htm