MGS made it clear that the migration between Referspot and Grand Prive's affiliate program did in fact occur. MGS`'s role was to ensure that the software functioned properly - which it did.Dominique said:re. Grand Prive: I have located a record of my actual stats on an old computer but haven't had a chance yet to hook it up long enough to pull all the data. It will show without a doubt that the figures given to eCOGRA were selective and legacy players were excluded.
Grand Prive owes me at least 10 times what they propose to pay.
I also have located the previous aff managers who should be able to give information about the missing data.
Sorry I don't have all this ready yet, too much has been going on (such as ddos attacks and the resulting introduction of additional security).
My question is - if the migration of players from one program to the other was flawed, why didn't affiliates notice it back then? That doesn't make any sense.
As far as I know, the GP aff program ran for some time before they closed it. Why didn't affiliates complain that the players weren't migrated back in 2007-08?
Is a well known fact in this industry that the lifespan of a player is 3-5 months - bonus beaters about 3-5 days . If you haven't promoted this casino group for three years or so, what is to be expected? This casino group was in various rogue/blacklists for some time. How many of your players would you expect to still be playing there? Do you expect your players to remain loyal to a casino you blacklist? Just some things to kick around...