My name is Shai and I am an affiliate manager here at Prime Gaming. We are looking thoroughly into this matter. We do not approve spam on any of out brands. Would appreciate if anyone could post the link that is connected with our brands so we can track down the affiliate and stop him from spamming.
I am available here for any questions you may have.
Good the see the casino rep here prepared to try locate this spammer! I get so much shite through in the past from affiliates that I skipped email addys and only every use a certain one for reputable casinos these days.
Mass mailing is by now one of the least successful forms of marketing. And the idiots who waste there time thinking that by sending out to 10,000 purchased emails that it will convert into $$$ are seriously deluded.
They DO accept UK players, and there must be some basis for this £1,000,000 offer, but it has been spun out of all recognition by these spammers.
As a UK facing operation, Prime needs to get REALLY tough with these affiliates, no slaps on wrists and polite warnings, as if so much as ONE recipient was to forward this to the ASA, it would be enough to get Prime in the proverbial, where they will join a surprising number of UK facing casinos that have yet failed to adjust to the requirements of the UK regime.