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Casinomeister

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Account suspended for 30 days. What's up with the spam? :what:
 

Casinomeister

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Virtually all of his posts are in the closed spam section.
Good observation. I'm pruning that section at the moment. When the post/threads are recalculated, we'll probably notice a difference in his post count. :rolleyes:
 

Casinomeister

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See what I mean? Posts: 29
 

vinylweatherman

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This looks like the same "casinovincente" that runs a bonus whoring site. I found his board before I found Casinomeister. He was promoting purely on bonuses, not quality of casino. Indeed, Crystal Palace and the likes of Vegas Red were in the top 5. This is where I found Winward, but they at least paid in those days.
It looks like his board has vanished (can no longer reach it from URL in his public profile), and this might explain the increasing need to spam here.

In the current climate, bonus whoring is a high risk activity.
 

lojo

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He moved to yahoo finance and doesn't keep his ducks in a row.
 

vinylweatherman

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He moved to yahoo finance and doesn't keep his ducks in a row.
That screenshot shows a casino has done the right thing, clearly informing potential players that the offer advertised no longer exists. This certainy avoids players finding out AFTER they have registered, and then blaming the casino for "cheating them".

I have noticed that many affiliate schemes have changed to banners that are actively updated, so that affiliates advertising is never deceptive even if they do not notice any changes in the offers. Those who run banner farms are most likely to have out of date banners. Affiliates who are players are probably more reliable, assuming they have morals.

If he has moved the board, it would be best to update his profile, and when he has enough credibility here could add a link in his signature. Any offers should be placed in the "strictly commercial" section.
 

lojo

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I have noticed that many affiliate schemes have changed to banners that are actively updated, so that affiliates advertising is never deceptive even if they do not notice any changes in the offers. Those who run banner farms are most likely to have out of date banners. Affiliates who are players are probably more reliable, assuming they have morals.
It would be nice if affiliates couldn't actually 'say' anything about an offer without being personally liable, only link a banner or text block directly from the casino or group. I've found even vigilant active player/affiliates sometimes have misinfo - even in emailed 'newsletters'. It sucks to get excited about a 3 or 400% offer only to find out it ain't there no more. Do you know how many affiliate sites still post about and link to the so-called riverbelle wheel? It doesn't exist anymore as far as I know. geez... lazy lazy lazy:rolleyes:
 

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