Europrime casino - white label?

vinylweatherman

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Just got yet another spam for this Europrime outfit.

Here is the landing page, and it actually works, "promotions" really DOES display the ongoing promotions:eek: (not the usual direct download).


Looks like a Prime Gaming white label to me though, the terms are the same as those for Prime earlier in the year, namely the 80x WR.

A $300 SUB is also on offer, which Prime are only offering as a Casinomeister exclusive.

Perhaps not so "exclusive" eh?

This is the problem with white labels, control is diluted, and it is harder to crack down on spammers when it is white label casinos involved rather than the parent operator. Tracing the parent operator is usually hard, but in this case the unique 80x WR is a dead giveaway, and so is the name, Europrime.

All that remains now is to get hold of the affiliate tracking tag,

I'll just be a moment:D
 

vinylweatherman

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Moment is up

The landing page is hosted on httpxxxx//www.highnewgambling.net

The downloaded module is a genuine MG installer (AVG gives it a clean bill of health).

It is casinoEN.exe and is served from httpxxx//gamezdownloadz.net


It simply installs the parent Prime Casino, so is not really a white label as such, but goes beyond the usual spammy practice as they have stolen the Prime installer and hosted it on their own server, rather than simply linking to the download on the parent casino site.

The tracking cookie is "68544", and would be the only means this module could return an affiliate code to the Prime servers, so therefore has to identify the spammer.

Spamming is not his only offence though, he has actually breached copyright of both Prime Casino (direct cut & paste of material to fake webpage), and Microgaming, (copying and misuse of the MG installer module by copying it and hosting it on his own site without permission).

This affiliate needs more than a "talking to", as he clearly knows EXACTLY what he is doing, and what he has done requires some skill, and is not an "accident" from an inexperienced newbie affiliate.

His sites are not "free" ones, these are two bought .net domains, probably at least $100 worth.
 

vinylweatherman

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Back Again I see.

They are back again:mad:

Not satisfied with one, they sent me this THREE TIMES IN ONE HOUR:mad:

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Why playing at Euro Prime Casino? Here are our players' testimonials:



"I recommend playing at Euro Prime Casino, out of the numerous games out there, it's the only one that let me play with comfort and security. Support if 100% available!" (Albert V., France)



"I'm playing slots every now and then but never imagined I would make so much money out of it in Euro Prime Casino, after placing a 2 Euros bet, I made 13,445 Euros back. I couldn't believe to what I saw." (Michael F., Germany )



httpxxxxxxx://www.europrimeslots.net



Play and claim your 300 Euros now!
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Different fake landing page, but is it the same affiliate who had the "good talking to" in the Summer?

Are the casinos REALLY taking this seriously, or are they just paying "lip service" to players' concerns?
 

vinylweatherman

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Out of around 30 new emails this morning, SIX were for "Europrime" casino, which is actually Prime Casino. One was for "Dream Casino", but contained the same message, it was still Europrime.

This is at a time when the total amount of spam I receive has dropped dramatically. I read that a big botnet was shut down recently, which may explain it.

Now, when these botnets get shut down, the extent of CASINO spam that comes from spammy affiliates REALLY GETS NOTICED

It seems that Prime casino are still only paying "lip service" to complaints about the problem. These affiliates HAVE NOT BEEN SHUT DOWN:mad:

The lack of action with respect to this problem, and the long time this "Europrime" affiliate has been allowed to continue makes me think that the upper management have NO INTENTION WHATSOEVER to shut down this affiliate if they ignore complaints.

This problem serves only to tarnish the reputation of an otherwise great casino (among existing players). Where newbie players are advised by us oldies to consider ANY casino that uses spam as "rogue", we are by inferrence, advising said newbies NOT to play at "Europrime", or whatever casino the links ACTUALLY install, because it is "rogue".

The spam may increase business, but this is at the expense of reputation, which can end up DECREASING business from players who have done a little homework before signing up.

Maybe when offers for penis pills and such return to normal levels (a new botnet is sure to take up the slack), I may not notice so much when I ONLY get 6 "Europrime" ones per day:rolleyes:
 

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I just got the first spam email that I can ever remember receiving from this bunch of damn idiots...check out the email message...:rolleyes:

Luck is on your side, prove it!


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Link Removed ( Old/Invalid)


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It also points to download casinoen.exe from the landing page of xxxx://campossilva.sytes.net/lndex.html or the landing page called firstcasino.com and on to "Europrime" casino :mad:
 

vinylweatherman

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I just got the first spam email that I can ever remember receiving from this bunch of damn idiots...check out the email message...:rolleyes:



It also points to download casinoen.exe from the landing page of xxxx://campossilva.sytes.net/lndex.html or the landing page called firstcasino.com and on to "Europrime" casino :mad:

My email is overweight with all these "Europrime" spams, however the Meister drew my attention (unrelated issue) that Prime chose to remove themselves from the CM accredited list in August. They gave no reason, however following last August there has been a resurgence of "Europrime" spam. Originally, the "Europrime" spam was dealt with by the then Prime rep, who managed to get the flood down to a trickle. It seems that Prime are no longer so keen on controlling the spammers, and levels have now exceeded the worst they were before. The CLAIMS being made in the spam are becoming ever more exotic, even to the extent of using phrases like "winnings guaranteed", in a manner that tries to portray that there are only winners at the casino, and no losers.

Maybe they have decided to economise on standards to save money in the downturn:rolleyes:
 
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