Wingows Poker? Spam

AmCan asked 8 months ago
does anyone know who is Wingows poker? is it part of an affiliate program i may belong to?

http://www.wingowspoker.com/promotions-intro.php?ref=32665

I just received a player solitation using my affilliate email. Thanks to whomever sold my address to a spammer.

29 Answers
Dominique answered 8 months ago
ok, that many pages mean they either hired blackatters knowingly to spamdex for them, or they support spamdexers as affs.

That’s it, I won’t take them on.

webber286 answered 8 months ago
I went through the whole rogue section on Casinomeister and didn’t see any DGN properties listed. Can you provide a link?

Pokeraddict answered 8 months ago
@dgoin 135243 wrote:

I want to make a correction about something I typed. IT was not Wingows that was the problem with there cash outs. The problem was the network they were on. And I know quite a few people that still support them.

In Wingows defense this could very well be true. DGN is either owned by Futurebet or FB has their tentacles in so deep they might as well be. The network has a ton of sites rogued by Casinomeister on it and one skin owes out over $1,000,000 to players and has since these skins were on Ongame. There are tons of skins that have either disappeared owing money or are still taking deposits even though they are not paying.

Wingows was already a part of Dobrosoft when it became DGN and AFAIK has no ties to Futurebet other then sharing this network that is almost entirely full of rogues.

dgoin answered 8 months ago
I want to make a correction about something I typed. IT was not Wingows that was the problem with there cash outs. The problem was the network they were on. And I know quite a few people that still support them.

james answered 8 months ago
Wingows doesnt have lots of cash players, thus the players you refer to this room might find it difficult sometimes to find a table, in particular for higher stakes tables

webber286 answered 8 months ago
Does anyone know more about the DGS network overall. They have several small poker sites JunglePoker seems to be their big one. I’m seeing conflicting reports here on Wingows, but wondering if anyone knows about DGS in general.

dgoin answered 8 months ago
Wingows was having a problem with payments on there old network. But the have switched to the same network as Jungle and have not had much of a problem as a player and just started working with them as an affiliate.

Pokeraddict answered 8 months ago
@Waz 134596 wrote:

Can the answer be Money?

There are a ton of poker rooms on that site with their own page and there are several with bad or below average reps too.

Waz answered 8 months ago
@Nandakishore 129653 wrote:

Thanks Dominique for this piece of news. I never thought that many pages may have such a background. However, I wonder why POKER NEWS, which I think is quite reliable, allocates Wingows one whole page (http://www.pokernews.com/wingows-poker/)?

Can the answer be Money?

Pokeraddict answered 8 months ago
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1. Wingows Poker is a Poker room on the DGS network and their payouts to players are actually really fast, sometimes even less then 24 hours.

This is BS. Wingows has been having serious payout issues. Many players report waiting many weeks to get paid to ePassporte. Wingows has claimed it was a technical problem (is that what having an empty processing account is called?). Of course the technical problems did not affect deposits.