Affiliate T & C

ArrivedDarkness

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Hi There,

I am thinking of becoming an affiliate, but I see on many casino websites the following statement: all negative balances will be returned to zero at the end of each month.

Does this mean that if your affiliate account is in the negative that you pay the casino a percentage of the players winnings that he is up on the casino with.

Any feedback received, is greatly appreciated.

Thanks
 

Casinomeister

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ArrivedDarkness said:
Hi There,

I am thinking of becoming an affiliate, but I see on many casino websites the following statement: all negative balances will be returned to zero at the end of each month.

Does this mean that if your affiliate account is in the negative that you pay the casino a percentage of the players winnings that he is up on the casino with.

Any feedback received, is greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Good evening ArrivedDarkness :D,

In the old days of affiliate marketing, affiliates would put up their links and anticipate making some money. Players would come in - win some, lose some. The affiliate would make a percentage of the casino profit from those players for the month.

Now sometimes players would come in and win - a lot. This would put the webmaster's affiliate account into the negative. And it would stay like that forever until players would come back to the casino and start playing their winnings back. Many webmasters would drop these accounts since they weren't making any money off of them. So most programs began to zero the negative accounts at the beginning of the month to keep their webmasters happy.

So it simply means if your account goes to -$1500 in September, on 1 Oct it will be $0. You're not responsible to pay the casino anything.
 
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