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Summer Player Fraud Spike?

Professor asked 1 year ago
Have your casinos seen a recent spike in fraudulent player activity?
6 Answers
Dominique answered 1 year ago
I started a thread on that yesterday.

Very definitely, it seems to be a wave. Maybe a syndicate?

RBJ answered 1 year ago
As there will be good times, there will surely be bad times too. I think it’s just a group that decided to target casinos during this month.

bingoadvantage answered 1 year ago
Is it more fraud or more fraud per capita?

axl answered 1 year ago
Dominique wrote:
Very definitely, it seems to be a wave. Maybe a syndicate?

I know its evil, but maybe since its the summer, and gaming is slow and profits are low, maybe some of these casinos are fudging around?

axl answered 1 year ago
Had numerous charge backs happen the last day of the month. I guess some programs needed some extra cash for Vegas!

forfreecasinos answered 1 year ago
I don’t know why, but my fraud stats are way down at Fortune Affiliates. Maybe they have begun a less strict fraud qualification. Promoting “Free” No Deposit Casinos is what I do and I think my fraud stats may be a bit higher than others, usually.

:withstupi Are there any affiliate program workers out there who knows what constitutes a fraud?

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