the pokerroom CPA not payout!!!

Casinomeister

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Well for one thing, you need to make contact with the pokerroom's affiliate manager who is a member of this forum.

You also need to detail what your problem is in this thread so that Pokerroom.com can address this situation in a constructive way. I'm sure they have more than one affiliate from China. They don't have a clue who you are.

If you've come here to simply vent, you've come to the wrong place. We fix problems here, not exasperate them,
 

hhlqh

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Do I want to know why to did not pay only?What's wrong?Recently their cpa very falsely often, this is a prestige problem, but proceed from the reason why's did not pay regardless, should explain for .
 

betting88

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the point is that poker room doesn't pay the affiliate fee.
poker room has a poor reputation, which is worse than poor english.
 

Casinomeister

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betting88 said:
the point is that poker room doesn't pay the affiliate fee.
poker room has a poor reputation, which is worse than poor english.
Could you please clarify what bad reputation this poker room has? Please don't start badmouthing a poker room or casino without something to go by.

The original poster is a webmaster who pokerroom.com has had problems with. He is unable to explain his problem coherently in this forum for anyone to do anything with, so I'm just letting it be. If he wants to fill us in on what's up in China, then I'd be more than happy to help him out.
 

betting88

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if casinos don't want to pay affiliate fees to webmasters in china, they should put it in the affiliate agreement. if casinos don't like chinese players/webmasters, they should reject their registrations. it's easy to do so. it's a fact that discrimination on chinese players/webmasters exists in the gambling industry.

casinos should learn from golden palace group and neteller: hire some chinese customer services to help chinese speaking players, ask for docs from players/webmasters to verify the identification. it won't cost much but bring the casinos huge traffic.
 

Casinomeister

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betting88 said:
if casinos don't want to pay affiliate fees to webmasters in china, they should put it in the affiliate agreement. if casinos don't like chinese players/webmasters, they should reject their registrations. it's easy to do so. it's a fact that discrimination on chinese players/webmasters exists in the gambling industry.

casinos should learn from golden palace group and neteller: hire some chinese customer services to help chinese speaking players, ask for docs from players/webmasters to verify the identification. it won't cost much but bring the casinos huge traffic.
No one said anything here about discrimination, and I honestly don't see that happening here.

You still didn't explain pokerroom's bad reputation. I've hardly ever received a complaint about these guys. And I have a pretty good clue what's going on in pokerland.
 

morose

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betting88 said:
the point is that poker room doesn't pay the affiliate fee.
poker room has a poor reputation, which is worse than poor english.

You should check why some affiliate didn't get the payment before you post this
 

sorrelltop

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We have yet to hear any complaints regarding Poker Room. I too would like to know about this alledged "bad reputation".

As for CPA payment, CPA is different from Revenue Share. Check the terms and conditions.
 

PokerRoom.com

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Dear forum-members

Regarding our affiliate program and poker room, we ALWAYS pay our affiliates, as we do customers, correctly.

Regarding CPA-payments, as previously explained to those affiliates affected by an error in our system which wrongly sent out a report to affiliates with CPA-trackers. The error was that CPA-affiliates were informed of being paid for players who had not YET qualified for CPA-payment (100PP). We stopped payments for those affiliates, and made a corrected payment for this period with the next payment period.

I am sorry for the inconvenience and the confusion due to this error, but as stated above, the payments were corrected.

all the best

Edward
 
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