Fulltilt is holding a special referal friends

warstories

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Fulltilt Poker in Honor of there 5 years in business with the online poker community will be holding a special referal promotion.

For every 5 new player's that you refer you will make $250. But you can refer up to 50 new players making $850.

The players have 60 days to make at least a 10 dollar deposit and as soon as they earn 5 FTP the money will be credited right into your account to play with or cash-out with what ever you want.

Now the site i went threw and used there referal code JAL222

has already threw $10 dollars in my account just by using there code.

They also are running promotions for anyone to use there referal code will get money credit into there account on monthly basis the amount depending on how much you play and deposit.

They promise to hold a private free-roll tournament with a guantee of at least 500 dollars.

And also throw money into your account on accations.

So far they have done so for me so i beleive that they are real


I hope that it is OK for me to promote there site but there are so many fake affiliates out there and finding one that is this awesome and is true to there word is worth posting and giving them a shout out
 

warstories

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originally cross-posted to the thread on how to make a blog

Fulltilt Poker in Honor of there 5 years in business with the online poker community will be holding a special referal promotion.

For every 5 new player's that you refer you will make $250. But you can refer up to 50 new players making $850.

The players have 60 days to make at least a 10 dollar deposit and as soon as they earn 5 FTP the money will be credited right into your account to play with or cash-out with what ever you want.

Now the site i went threw and used there referal code JAL222

has already threw $10 dollars in my account just by using there code.

They also are running promotions for anyone to use there referal code will get money credit into there account on monthly basis the amount depending on how much you play and deposit.

They promise to hold a private free-roll tournament with a guantee of at least 500 dollars.

And also throw money into your account on accations.

So far they have done so for me so i beleive that they are real


I hope that it is OK for me to promote there site but there are so many fake affiliates out there and finding one that is this awesome and is true to there word is worth posting and giving them a shout out:thumbsup:
 
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vinylweatherman

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Fulltilt poker also celebrated 5 years in business by being specially referred to the Rogue Pit (https://www.casinomeister.com/rogue-casinos/) around a month ago:p

It is not "cool" to use the forum to encourage players to play & refer even more victims... sorry, friends:D.... to an operator already in the Rogue pit.

If anyone refers their friends here, they risk ending up as "billy no-mates":rolleyes:
 

maxd

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I can't tell if this guy is just a spammer pretending to be an idiot or if he really is clueless enough to cross-post his shilly stuff re: Fulltilt onto other totally unrelated threads. Either way a little time-out seems in order.

To the OP:

- do not cross-post (that means posting the same stuff in a number of forums at the same time).

- do not hijack other threads to post your stuff (hijack = posting your crap in someone else's thread, _especially_ a general information thread like How to create a blog).

- do not post shilly crap like this in the first place.

By doing these things, simultaneously no less, you make a piggy mess of the forums, waste moderator's time because they have to clean up your mess, make yourself very unpopular with your fellow members (see your dramatic drop in reputation) and ... well, you're just asking to be banned, which you have been albeit temporarily.

When your ban comes off you'd be wise to cool it with this kind of forum behaviour. If you repeat the performance I can pretty much guarantee you that the next ban will be permanent.
 

pokeraddict

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In addition to what Max says anybody that sends friends to Full Tilt through a refer a friend program and not a rakeback program isn't a friend. Players not able to get rakeback because of RAF/affiliate relation at FTP is the #1 complaint in online poker.

While I agree FTP's support is very bad I'm not sure they deserve the bad rap they got here although I feel sure when this starts getting noticed in Google it will probably make them notice and hopefully resolve the issues at hand. I have a feeling that is part of the goal.
 

maxd

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... I'm not sure they deserve the bad rap they got here ....

I've read the discussions on some of the other boards and this seems to be a relatively popular opinion. Unfortunately it totally misses the point. If you read the Warning it clearly states:
If you have a problem that they [FullTilt] can't or won't resolve for you then that's your tough luck, there are no alternatives and we can't help you.

That is 100% true and the direct result of FullTilt's stated policies. The purpose of the Warning is to alert players to this situation. How can that possibly be "undeserved"?

The Warning is stating a fact not making judgments or drawing conclusions beyond the simple "heads up" to players. If folks feel that broadcasting a simple fact about FullTilt's policies is "undeserved" than that's pretty much tough kaka if you ask me.

Any shop that refuses to _ever_ discuss player issues with anyone other than their own personnel is simply hiding from their responsibilities to those players. It's got nothing to do with customer protection or privacy or any of the other bogus excuses I've seen offered.
 

Casinomeister

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Any shop that refuses to _ever_ discuss player issues with anyone other than their own personnel is simply hiding from their responsibilities to those players. It's got nothing to do with customer protection or privacy or any of the other bogus excuses I've seen offered.
To go a bit further, FTP is in the "Not Recommended" section for just that - I would not recommended them to anybody. I also explain here that they have every right to conduct their business this way. But in my opinion, since this is an unregulated industry where dialogue is king, to chose not to discuss player issues is a step in the wrong direction.

But again, this this their prerogative.
 

pokeraddict

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Fair enough guys, I hope the end result is FTP changes their ways and I agree they could use some overhauls in their CS. They leave a lot to be desired and the forums are full of complaints about it while Stars, almost twice their size has virtually zero. My point is really that they don't deserve to be associated with other poker rooms in that food group such as:

Futurebet
Absolute Poker
Stryyke
Plum Gaming
Sportsbook.com

These rooms have outright, intentionally stolen from players. FTP borders more on the overwhelmed, unprepared side. I don't think their intentions are to steal but as you say their policies and CS could use some major help.

I don't expect everyone to see it like that. I just can't see how the second biggest online poker room belongs in that group above for simply having bad CS and communication. Have either of you contacted FTP Doug at 2+2? I would imagine he would join here in an instant if he knew how bad this tarnished their rep and try to smooth things out. It's only a matter of time before this shows up in searches if it hasn't already.
 

catrina m

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I remember the OP in another thread talked about being a phenom at poker but when I looked him up it was not good stats.

I think he is looking for stakers.

Where are you tennis balls?

Ahh, I know.

Staking thousands at poker!

I just had a good week then it went south when I stepped up my buy ins.

I am not good enough for higher stakes or I had a bad week, I'll take it as a combination of both.

I still "heart" poker!

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catrina m

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I did OK in my last tourney tonight.

Need more like this, I am getting better.


PokerStars Tournament #181191484, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $4.00/$0.40
180 players
Total Prize Pool: $720.00
Tournament started 2009/07/21 22:38:05 ET
Tournament finished 2009/07/22 2:37:52 ET
1: RiskyGuy78 (Piqua), $216.00 (30%)
2: catrinamel (Berry), $144.00 (20%)
3: FS180782 (Wuppertal), $85.68 (11.9%)
4: walnutballs (Walnut Creek), $57.60 (8%)
5: andutu82 (limassol), $46.80 (6.5%)
6: ty218603 (columbia), $36.00 (5%)
7: petey444 (Saskatoon), $25.20 (3.5%)
8: M-A-N-U 2777 (Toa Baja), $18.72 (2.6%)
9: fizzbin3 (Fremont), $12.24 (1.7%)
10: Derminator69 (San Mateo), $8.64 (1.2%)
11: Tee Lucky (Endeavour hills), $8.64 (1.2%)
12: thurow (milton), $8.64 (1.2%)
13: ZONEY (Liberty Lake), $8.64 (1.2%)
14: bat91186 (valley stream), $8.64 (1.2%)
15: coach izyk (brewerton), $8.64 (1.2%)
16: wawata (camperville), $8.64 (1.2%)
17: howie_the_dj (Tulsa), $8.64 (1.2%)
18: LUISMGC (Obregon), $8.64 (1.2%)
 
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