Affiliate Crooks, the good, the bad, the ugly...

SmallChange

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I'm new to this forum so If i'm putting this in the wrong section kindly let me know.

I'm very surprised not to see a lot more information on the internet about crooked gambling affiliate programs, I would think all the watchdog sites would have a special section for it like they do for the good and bad player casinos and poker room sites.

From my own experiene it seems that some very big poker and casino sites might be on the up and up with their playing customers and receive a good rating from the watch dog sites but at the same time be doing a real job on their affiliates that helped make them as big as the are.

I would love some feed back on this and should this message also be posted in the poker section?

Thanks
 

Vesuvio

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SmallChange said:
I'm very surprised not to see a lot more information on the internet about crooked gambling affiliate programs, I would think all the watchdog sites would have a special section for it like they do for the good and bad player casinos and poker room sites.
You'll find this site doesn't make a distinction between casinos that are rogue for players or affiliates - for instance have a look at: https://www.casinomeister.com/rogue-casinos/ They were rogued for what's essentially an affiliate issue, though I think there's probably enough to justify it from a player point of view too. Obviously you'd find more detail about casinos with bad affiliate programs at forums/watchdogs aimed squarely at affiliates.
SmallChange said:
From my own experiene it seems that some very big poker and casino sites might be on the up and up with their playing customers and receive a good rating from the watch dog sites but at the same time be doing a real job on their affiliates that helped make them as big as the are.
Speaking as a player my sympathy is very limited due to the fact that the more usual state of affairs is for casinos that cheat players to be fine, and often extremely profitable, for affiliates.
 

SmallChange

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(Speaking as a player my sympathy is very limited due to the fact that the more usual state of affairs is for casinos that cheat players to be fine, and often extremely profitable, for affiliates.)

As an affiliate it is very important to me that the casinos I send my customers to are on the up and up. I want my customers to be treated fairly, In the long run that's how I establish my credibility and build a successful business.

If anyone knows the watchdog groups that specialise in affiliate issues I'd appreciate them posting them or sending me a pm...

Thanks
 

BingoT

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Palm Bay Florida
Any affiliate that promotes any type of thing

Any affiliate that promotes any type of thing should back the player 100% if they run into any type of trouble. If they don't help the player at anytime I can't say the words I have on that type of person.
 
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