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Poker Complaint Jao Poker Network - A Shady Group I Recommend for Rogue Status

Discussion in 'Poker Complaints' started by kahntrutahn, Sep 15, 2017.

    Sep 15, 2017
  1. kahntrutahn

    kahntrutahn Full Member webby webmeister

    Occupation:
    Professional Poker Player and Affiliate for 14 yea
    Location:
    Abroad
    Dear Casinomeister,

    There is a newish online poker (recently added sports too) site called Jao Poker, on the Jao Poker Network. If you spend any time on Facebook, in poker related groups, you've likely seen this site spammed up and down the pages all day, every day.

    This Jao site is a multi-level marketing disaster waiting to happen. I've never seen MLM combined with a gambling site before, but it's a terrible thing. This company is preying on low information players "offering them a chance to own part of the business for the low low price of $250!." You heard correctly. They are charging their affiliates $250 to join the program and have the privilege of spam marketing their tiny little poker and sports room. It's a travesty if you ask me.

    Beyond the MLM marketing and spamming, there are tons of other red flags. For example they have terrible customer support - their largest affiliate, a fellow by the name of Tam Nguyen, routinely gets on social media and curses and berates customers and affiliates. Here's an example of his handiwork:
    Jao Poker Network - A Shady Group I Recommend for Rogue Status: 0bfef17a5095d5eb01fb1d238e43adf4.png,Sep 15, 2017

    Jao Poker also lifts content from affiliate websites and steals it for their own use in internal documents. They claim to be licensed in Cambodia, but many things point to them running their operation out of the United States, all the while serving American players with games, and using sites like PayPal to accept deposits and withdrawals, as well as creating many fake eCommerce sites in order to accept credit card deposits from unsuspecting players, in clear violation of UIGEA. There are allegations the entire operation was funded through an illegal real estate deal in California, and the list goes on and on.

    All that I have mentioned, and more, You must register/login in order to see the link. <-- we hope Casinomeister staff will read this, investigate, and consider putting out a warning against Jao Network before they have a chance to proliferate any more and cause more damage when the multi-level marketing ponzi inevitably collapses.

    Thank you for your consideration,
    Professional Rakeback
     
  2. Apr 9, 2018
  3. kahntrutahn

    kahntrutahn Full Member webby webmeister

    Occupation:
    Professional Poker Player and Affiliate for 14 yea
    Location:
    Abroad
    As predicted, Jao Poker collapsed.

    That was back on February 20th, 2018. I forgot to update this thread.

    Unsurprisingly, players who had money on the site are shit out of luck. No withdrawals. No company communication.

    And the big affiliates who just weeks prior were vociferously defending the site with streams of expletives, now claim no responsibility. There is nothing they can do they claim.

    Standard multi-level marketing scam. Here's a You must register/login in order to see the link..
     
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  4. Apr 9, 2018
  5. syntynyt

    syntynyt kuollut

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    exactly as lock poker and high pulse, when people sensed collapse and fraud the affiliates for being paid they protected the scum by giving assurances until the last moment. lock owner paid the affiliates and some known vocal players to get more money. the best strategy is to put your money on the most popular places be it casino or poker. being accredited, trusted by x website really means nothing to me because of affiliation, purple lounge is the best example, betfair, ultimatebet.. they can fall overnight with our money blocked there. its a matter of time history will repeat itself and prove the uselessness of online licenses.
     

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