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As a general rule, does predatory aff program = bad player experience?

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by Consultant, Aug 21, 2009.

    Aug 21, 2009
  1. Consultant

    Consultant Dormant account

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    Hi,

    Assuming lack of ethics don't stop at one side of the supply chain, I always took it for a fact that casino groups that have predatory terms for their affiliates also screw their players.

    Now, a bit of research quickly yields examples of player abuse from some of these rogue casinos, but I was wondering, does anyone know of casinos where they play it a bit more subtle, namely being nice and cosy towards the players while ignoring the affiliates?

    The reason I ask is that I will have player centric reviews on my (work in progress) site, but I'd like to know for which affiliate-rogue casinos I might find it more difficult to label them player-rogue.

    Edit: Maybe a better thread title would have been "Does predatory aff program ALWAYS equal bad player experience?"
     

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