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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    It's a proven fact, that Mr. Corbey, according to his own public statement, worked from 2013 -2014 and for more 10 months, from October 2014 - July 2015 for AffActive.

    It is also a proven fact, that Mr. Corbey, according to his own public statement, worked for AffPower.

    Proof: https://il.linkedin.com/in/eric-corbey-64682089

    Its a proven fact, that Mr. Corbey has it's own AffAlliance email address: eric@affalliance.com
    He also has his own official GPWA sponsor account and will be declared as "[AffAlliance] Affiliate Manager"
    Proof: http://www.gpwa.org/member/eric-affalliance

    Found this pearler over at AGD
    Jul 24, 2015
    http://www.affiliateguarddog.com/community/threads/owners-of-affactive-revenuejet-arrested.8919/#post-61838


    I just received a message from a affactive manager

    Hi,

    Please do not send us traffic as from now on.

    Affactive will close its operations as of now.

    You can reach me for a short while on this email or by Skype.

    I am sorry the way it ends, something out of our control.

    Regards,

    Eric

    Eric Corbey
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    How to Lose Friends & Alienate People


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    Hi,

    After long discussion with management and after showing them your replies over the forum they and I decided to release Eric due to the fact that he wasn't 100% clear about what he did or as what he worked for those 2 groups.

    As I stated above we will not accept or tolerate any relation to any group good one or bad one, we here to stay and to make our own brand name.

    Last but not least I am not 100% agree to this decision because Eric was good employee but we are not certain about what he did in the past exactly.

    For any other issues you are more than welcome to msg me and I will do my best to solve it in the best matter.

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    "After long discussion with management and after showing them your replies over the forum they and I decided to release Eric due to the fact that he wasn't 100% clear about what he did or as what he worked for those 2 groups."

    You know, there is a reason if a person has a whois protection on his website. The Deep State like investigation of Moonlight Cat's website ownership and unmasking his identity through your internal communication processes violates clearly generally and international accepted data protection regulations. I am confident, this does not occur again.

    "I am not 100% agree to this decision because Eric was good employee but we are not certain about what he did in the past exactly."

    In my opinion, there is a huge difference between being a good employee or a good employee and a good guy. In this industry no one is forced to work for a Crime Family until e.g. the FBI is knocking at the door.

    The cases of Carmel Said and Martyn Beacon are a role example, that you can still have success, even if you leave such programs on time because you can't square it with your conscience. Both are good employees and good guys, what makes the big difference. Also Miles, who responded to you in this thread, is a good employee and a good guy.

    Here on GPWA we have had a lot of "good employess" like "DinoG", Fernanda or Clara, the guys from Affiliates United or Buffalo, and all of them were protected over some time up to the hightest levels. At the end all these "good employess" were debunked being complete idiots, flash bangs, liars and/or serious criminals.

    Since a long time I do not care about so called "good employees" if they are not also proven "good guys" e.g. through their behaviour, because they are e.g. polite, smart and ready to compromise.

    However, Eric cannot be the patsy for your hillarious player terms. As you know, many casinos are living from hand to mouth, and the most idiotic thing they can do is to make their remaining fistful of players angry. I will make about this later the day a short post in my lucid diary.

    Without affiliates these programs will fall into abyss very shortly, because affiliates like in a pyramid scheme have to fill the holes, to ensure a steady supply of fresh players, a replacement for those, who are angry and scared away by terms your casinos provide.

    All programs are using the same games in the meantime. Only those will survive who give the players the biggest comfort with the fairest terms.

    Think about it.

    One last note. It would have been very professional to apologize for your rude statements against some members here and for the Deep State like investigation into Moonlight Cat's identity. As an representative - obvioulsy with the power to fire someone - you must fit special requirements when you go to the public.

    You should not only adjust your terms. You should delete every terms that was subject of discussion here.
    If you are afraid, that players are winning and that they want to cashout their winnings, then please close your casinos at the end of the week. Otherwise make the nessecary steps to improve your chance to survive in this industry.

    Leopold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    "After long discussion with management and after showing them your replies over the forum they and I decided to release Eric due to the fact that he wasn't 100% clear about what he did or as what he worked for those 2 groups."

    You know, there is a reason if a person has a whois protection on his website. The Deep State like investigation of Moonlight Cat's website ownership and unmasking his identity through your internal communication processes violates clearly generally and international accepted data protection regulations. I am confident, this does not occur again.

    "I am not 100% agree to this decision because Eric was good employee but we are not certain about what he did in the past exactly."

    In my opinion, there is a huge difference between being a good employee or a good employee and a good guy. In this industry no one is forced to work for a Crime Family until e.g. the FBI is knocking at the door.

    The cases of Carmel Said and Martyn Beacon are a role example, that you can still have success, even if you leave such programs on time because you can't square it with your conscience. Both are good employees and good guys, what makes the big difference. Also Miles, who responded to you in this thread, is a good employee and a good guy.

    Here on GPWA we have had a lot of "good employess" like "DinoG", Fernanda or Clara, the guys from Affiliates United or Buffalo, and all of them were protected over some time up to the hightest levels. At the end all these "good employess" were debunked being complete idiots, flash bangs, liars and/or serious criminals.

    Since a long time I do not care about so called "good employees" if they are not also proven "good guys" e.g. through their behaviour, because they are e.g. polite, smart and ready to compromise.

    However, Eric cannot be the patsy for your hillarious player terms. As you know, many casinos are living from hand to mouth, and the most idiotic thing they can do is to make their remaining fistful of players angry. I will make about this later the day a short post in my lucid diary.

    Without affiliates these programs will fall into abyss very shortly, because affiliates like in a pyramid scheme have to fill the holes, to ensure a steady supply of fresh players, a replacement for those, who are angry and scared away by terms your casinos provide.

    All programs are using the same games in the meantime. Only those will survive who give the players the biggest comfort with the fairest terms.

    Think about it.

    One last note. It would have been very professional to apologize for your rude statements against some members here and for the Deep State like investigation into Moonlight Cat's identity. As an representative - obvioulsy with the power to fire someone - you must fit special requirements when you go to the public.

    You should not only adjust your terms. You should delete every terms that was subject of discussion here.
    If you are afraid, that players are winning and that they want to cashout their winnings, then please close your casinos at the end of the week. Otherwise make the nessecary steps to improve your chance to survive in this industry.

    Leopold
    Hi Leopold,

    I appreciate your comment, I do apologize about things that were said but they were said just because I care a lot about my work and the way affiliates and player see and program I am working for.

    We are not afraid players winning this is part of the business, some win some lose.

    In any case I hope we can start fresh the entire situation got out of hands but the most important thing we can deliver but we promise and to build strong partnership with affiliates like you and others.

    I asked to review the terms and conditions and we will do that we already made some changes and we will keep doing that until we will be able to show that we work to build strong brand name and long term group.

    With kind regards,
    Marc

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    I've known Eric for a long time.
    It has always been correct. Always there when I needed it.
    That is my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Affalliance View Post
    After long discussion with management and after showing them your replies over the forum they and I decided to release Eric due to the fact that he wasn't 100% clear about what he did or as what he worked for those 2 groups.
    I promoted for Affactive for a few years - and they weren't all that bad. The owners may have been criminals and up to no good, but they had many good employees like Eric and Daniel before him, who were some of the best affiliate managers I ever worked with.
    I don't believe that the employees knew everything that was was going on in the background - so to blame them for their bosses wrong-doing seems a bit harsh to me
    Just sayin'

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    Well this is my take on Aff Alliance and it has got nothing to do with Aff Active. What is it with programs that start with Aff BTW? AffPower, Affactive, Affiliate Edge etc etc

    Aff Alliance
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    I admit: As long as one's identity will not be investigated and unmasked against one's will, there is no reason to complain.

    I also admit: As long as one's privacy data will not be stolen, and/or shared and/or sold against one's will or as long one has no knowledge about it, there is no reason to complain.

    Even if in this industry obviously everyone is stealing, sharing and selling privacy data from webmasters and players, makes it not better. You cannot say, if nearly everyone is doing that, that menas, there is a legal basis for it. No, this is just illegal and I want to hear the arguments, that this is not the case. Here in Germany we have a very high privacy protection, with good reasons.

    You cannot complain about spam here or put anti-spam terms into programs if this spam is the well known result of stolen data. Everyone knows it, and everyone is silent about that. I would like to see all these people, sharing, stealing and selling privacy data from webmasters and players during conferences, after it, every day, when this will happen in private with their data.

    Not so funny, huh?

    One last thing: Only because a person is coming from Russia does not mean, that he has no rights of privacy, data protection and/or no right that his identity will not be unmasked.

    My opinion.

    Leopold

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    tc.tc.tc What the heck

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