Question: Affiliate

danlee

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Hello everybody..

I'am now since one month in an casino affliate program and i just would like to know if they treat me correct. In January 3 players did register and they lost together: 879,99 €

They promise me 25 % from the "Net Revenue"... Now, i did look at
my payment plan, i saw that this "Net Revenue" is just 273.92€ for January
and i will receive 68.48€.

So actually i get from almost 900,00 Euro just more or less 70,00 Euro -
this is less than 10 %.

I dont wanna say that they cheat me, i just want to know from you guys,
if this is the normal way at the affliate business with casinos :) ?
 

KasinoKing

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Have you checked all the figures carefully?
Maybe the 879,99 € casino "win" included bonuses (it often does).
Obviously you don't get commission on bonus chips.

Best clue is look at the total deposits made & see if it is less than 879,99 €.

KK
 

danlee

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i know the people who deposit this amounts.... mey best friends - i did install them the software... So it it 879 Euro
 

Tengil

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i know the people who deposit this amounts.... mey best friends - i did install them the software... So it it 879 Euro

You and your friends may get some problems if the casino thinks you are up to something shady.
 

danlee

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Why? This are my good friends and they dont know that i earn with them. But this wasnt actually my question.

I just would like to know, if less than 10 % (from the players loosings)comission is normal.
 

dominique

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If you paste a copy of your stats from the aff program here, showing all the deductions etc, I can answer your question.

What comes to mind is one of the RTG casinos that give huge bonuses and manager credits. Most of these deduct all this from aff pay.

But unless you post your stats, there is no telling.

BTW you are not allowed to refer your friends. It will throw suspicion of fraud on you and they may watch you like a hawk or terminate you.
 

rainmaker

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Why? This are my good friends and they dont know that i earn with them. But this wasnt actually my question.

I just would like to know, if less than 10 % (from the players loosings)comission is normal.

Sounds shady. I will recomend forum members not to help you.
 

danlee

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My friends are playing a lot and i recommend them a very nice live casino & they are happy with that. I just dont tell them because i dont want that they think i just want them to play that i receive money - maybe that's morally wrong, but i think its ok :D


Here is a screen of the stats:

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rainmaker

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My friends are playing a lot and i recommend them a very nice live casino & they are happy with that. I just dont tell them because i dont want that they think i just want them to play that i receive money - maybe that's morally wrong, but i think its ok :D

Oh...not been banned yet :rolleyes:

As dominique wrote:

BTW you are not allowed to refer your friends. It will throw suspicion of fraud on you and they may watch you like a hawk or terminate you
 

Nifty29

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and again... this was not an asnwer to my question... :-/

And again ... you're being VERY rude to forum members from whom you requested FREE advice.

Just because the it isn't what you want to hear doesn't mean it isn't GOOD advice.

The fact that you 'recommended' it so heartily to your 'good friends' and even installed it for them without telling them you were doing it for your own gain probably says a lot about you.

I hope they discover your little scheme and ban you.
 

Casinomeister

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I've moved this to the Webmeister section since this is about webmastering - affiliate stuff.

@Danlee - which affiliate program are you referring to? Some have varying degrees of acceptance of affiliate "friends", but like Dominique mentioned, it's a no no in most cases.
 

dominique

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There has to be a part of your stats that shows calculations, that's the part we need to see. What you sent shows the revenue you generated, but not their deductions.
 

Zodiac

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I've moved this to the Webmeister section since this is about webmastering - affiliate stuff.

@Danlee - which affiliate program are you referring to? Some have varying degrees of acceptance of affiliate "friends", but like Dominique mentioned, it's a no no in most cases.

It's Betsson and the stats shows only the deposits not the wins or losses into casino.
 

KasinoKing

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My friends are playing a lot and i recommend them a very nice live casino & they are happy with that. I just dont tell them because i dont want that they think i just want them to play that i receive money - maybe that's morally wrong, but i think its ok :D


Here is a screen of the stats:

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Those stats certainly look very odd.
They indicate that the players only lost part of their deposits and not the whole amount.
Are you SURE they all lost ALL of their deposits?

The simplest answer is contact the casino & ask.
If it is the Betsson group they are pretty reputable and honest IMHO.
However, I do suggest you don't mention the "friends" thing.

I just looked at the Betsson affy T&C's, and they don't mention the live casino (it is fairly new); maybe the live casino has different commission rates...?

KK
 
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