you can always run them via redirects and referral spoofing so that your operators won't know you're running a list.
The data I'm offering is from November last year - some of ***************brands. Has over 40k records and includes: First Name, Last Name, Country, Address, City, Email, Phone, Zip Code. Check out the countries spread and sample here (attached). The sample data is in the second tab.
Total: 500 euro.
long since i stopped combating spam, the battle is futile. 99% of those unopened is casino spam from unknown places that happened to hit the inbox, the spam folder is cleaning itself once per week. trouble is when im getting post spam from those places, that really pisses me off.
So, a casino have had a data breach. They should inform involved clients. I really wonder if casinos are going to do this. They have the mouth full of GDPR, but I really wonder what they're going to do about employees stealing databases with affiliates or players.
I think a more plausible explanation than a data breach at a casino is one of the numerous affiliate sites that offers newsletters and whatnot has been breached (or the affiliate just straight selling the list themselves).
I have myself had a phone call out of the blue from an operator (or an affiliate) I had no connection with because I "was on a list of good players". Yeah.. bye.
Because casinos themselves would probably keep these things more securely stored.
I can name 2 accredited casinos that my details have been sold/leaked/hacked/whatever from.
I've also been offered lists on more than one occasion, one list being sold by an ex employee of a casino, a couple being sold by ex-affiliate managers.