At such a low return I would definatly have better things to spend my time onKasinoKing said:If I spend 100hrs gambling in a month and come out with $5 profit I am very happy, if I've lost $5 I'm extremely pissed off!
Many affiliates don't go around badmouthing casinos, they simply avoid putting them on their site. Thats how I do it, I also play at the casino and make a cashout before I recommend them. I do this because as a player I would hate to be whacked on the head with a stupid lie from the casino saying this and that to avoid payouts.elscrabinda said:A start to reducing problem gambling would be for affiliates to not gush all over a 'fantastic' casino saying how great it is, making it sound so much better than any other casino and publishing the poisonous garbage that comes out from casino publicity departments. Show me an affiliate who's not guilty of these things and I'll believe them when they say they want to reduce problem gambling.
As an affiliate I can only say it's NOT my problem to solve the world from gambling or peoples problems for that matter. We all know it's never going to happen and each and every one needs to know their own limits. If there where no affiliates, the gamblers would have found the online casinos anyway.
I am also guilty of some images in the winner screen shot thread, but it's is usually from a small deposit and a lucky run. If I win lets say $1000 I have no problem playing at $45 on slots or $100 on VP since in most cases I already have cashed out my deposit x 2. The remaining.... well what goes around comes around
PS! I do however get cold feet when I have $2-3000, then I never know when it's time to cashout :O