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    More of this in my spam/inbox.

    I don't know how to share the information to figure out where its coming from- if someone wants to help me with that, I'll be happy to provide what details I can!

    I'm not even sure if I should PM the Rep again or not.

    Clearly, it did no good the first time. :/

    Edit: Wait. Wrong group- Fortune Lounge group. Sorry D:
    Last edited by Surasanji; 19th March 2012 at 04:17 PM. Reason: I made a mistake. :(

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    It's been brought to my attention that members are still getting spammed by affiliates of Spin Palace.

    Could you please start posting the affiliate links of these spam emails in this thread (disabling the link please) so that we can take further action? Thank you.
    “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.”

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    I personally have no idea how to find the affiliate links. All the mails I receive don't have any aff links in them, they have a link to a website which redirects to another website and then the download is Spin Palace. Maybe the affiliate tag is built into the download button code? Maybe KK will know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chayton View Post
    I personally have no idea how to find the affiliate links. All the mails I receive don't have any aff links in them, they have a link to a website which redirects to another website and then the download is Spin Palace. Maybe the affiliate tag is built into the download button code? Maybe KK will know.
    The domain name of the referred to link is good enough.
    “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.”

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    here's one www(dot)7spgoldenwin(dot)net

    another: lspclubbonus(dot)net

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    I received a spam email from Spin Palace a few days ago only. It was from them or so they say..
    I'm sure it's not one of theirs because it's not set out like a typical or usual Spin Palace email material. Second thing is that it's inviting me to take advantage of the first depositors bonus of 200% . Triple my deposit. Valid only for 24 hours.
    Only I already have an account there and have had for 2 years now. I play there every month or so and as recently as this week and last week. There is no reason they should send me this invitation. It didn't look genuine by any means . The logo was there and the sender was spinpalace@spinpalace.com. There is 2 click here links and 2 visit casino links.

    Another thing is that Spin Palace is also getting into the facebook casino play. I clicked on a facebook casino game and it took me to a site where it said Galaxy Grp is a part of Spin Palace and then took you to the download stage of Spin Palace.. I did not accept the application and closed it. I have been inundated with more spam from many different casinos since that two weeks ago.
    The email in question was sent to me on 12th May. And signed by Casino Manager Anna Curtis.
    Last edited by azzagirt; 16th May 2012 at 01:49 PM. Reason: sorry didn't know how to diable link.

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    I used to get loads from one called spcasino but they have now stopped coming to me.
    Instead i get them from one called bet2day, which goes to a website called bet2day, but when you click on install it goes on to install betway.

    bet2dacz.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by JdRocks View Post
    I used to get loads from one called spcasino but they have now stopped coming to me.
    Instead i get them from one called bet2day, which goes to a website called bet2day, but when you click on install it goes on to install betway.

    bet2dacz.net
    Betway is also part of the Palace Group now, aren't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chayton View Post
    Betway is also part of the Palace Group now, aren't they?
    Yes, they are.

    BTW, I checked out the 2 URLs in your earlier post, and they both displayed the exact same website.
    Whoever is behind this has been very clever to disguise who they are, as the source code can not be viewed and I couldn't locate any affy links.
    This adds more fuel to the suspicion that the Palace Group themselves are behind this spam...

    KK

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    Quote Originally Posted by KasinoKing View Post
    Yes, they are.

    BTW, I checked out the 2 URLs in your earlier post, and they both displayed the exact same website.
    Whoever is behind this has been very clever to disguise who they are, as the source code can not be viewed and I couldn't locate any affy links.
    This adds more fuel to the suspicion that the Palace Group themselves are behind this spam...

    KK
    Those were the only two websites from the 40 or so mails in my junk folder that were still active, the spammer has had multiple previous domains (that were probably shut down for spam) but when this loads it's loading from another domain spwinsclub(dot)com

    I'm actually able to view the source code with firebug so I'm seeing if there's anything interesting - maybe I should copy it all and paste it here...?

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