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    Exclamation Ladbrokes Partners closing accounts

    Good that we reduced more and more on Ladbrokes and spend not more time to those partners which handle like Gala, Coral, Betvictor and so on.

    We have no losses through these partners but with those terms, they will make no friends and they must know that they get bad reputation and no more recommendation.

    We will remove all remaining listings and positions regarding ladbrokes on our pages.

    If one time a partner imposes bad terms and we decide to remove, there will be never a way back for us, also if they change back again their terms. All partners should be aware of this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ladbrokes Affiliates

    Dear Partner,

    Your account has not registered a depositing player in the past 12 months and has therefore been classified as inactive.

    The account will be closed permanently within 72 hours. Once the account is closed, no further payment will be made and you will be unable to access the account.

    Your July commissions will be paid in full. Please note that as of August 2017, commissions will no longer be paid. Should you wish to continue with us, please contact your account manager within 72 hours.


    Kind Regards,
    The Ladbrokes Partners Affiliate Team


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    Yes we got this email too but it went into the promotions folder so didn't see it until it was too late. We featured Ladbrokes quite prominently across the site as it's a genuinely good casino. The hope was that we'd get plenty of players in the near future as the site grows, sadly it looks like we'll never find out how well it would do. The site is growing every day but Ladbrokes has left the party early.

    I've tried to contact Ladbrokes Partners about this but got no response, very disappointing.

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    I got a fake email about this from ladbrokes-news.com or some fake domain, it went into my junk folder. Make sure it's not fake guys.

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    Add Betfair/Paddy to the list of scammers.
    Idk what's up with the ******* UK bookies and economy.
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    It does seem fake, looking at it now - the domain is Ladbrokes-news.com which recently expired. But I was already unable to login which is what made me look for ladbrokes emails in the first place so the account does seem to have been closed and Ladbrokes Partners still won't respond so it's all very odd.

    Don't know if Ladbrokes Partners come to this forum but would appreciate some clarification!

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    Hi, Yes, its no fake, i recieve also a mail from them and then contact manager, they told me for new rules, that has about inactive accounts and if you dont has new sign ups players and depositors for a period of time. They has the right to close the account. Who want may open new one, as i understand. ok

    Thousand of unique clicks this year and no one registered in my account, i dont know, if i will register new account, lots of time and work and nothing like revenue.
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    Not sure about the economy - but they have been screwing people for years.

    Now its' the turn of affiliates/partners. When one does it and gets away with it, the rest follow suit.

    This should also send the alarm bells ringing when ''newbies'' offer massive affiliate share - They won't be able to sustain it!!

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    Add Betfair/Paddy to the list of scammers.
    Idk what's up with the ******* UK bookies and economy.

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    I got the same email and I do remember when I signed up to some programs they had something like this in their T&C's. Anyway I had already planed to drop them as I couldn't get any sign ups with them and their commission structure isn't the best for small affiliates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Online-casinos.co.uk View Post
    Yes we got this email too but it went into the promotions folder so didn't see it until it was too late. We featured Ladbrokes quite prominently across the site as it's a genuinely good casino. The hope was that we'd get plenty of players in the near future as the site grows, sadly it looks like we'll never find out how well it would do. The site is growing every day but Ladbrokes has left the party early.
    I agree with casino and there was also the same thoughts here regarding our website but how you already said, they left.

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    Don't know if Ladbrokes Partners come to this forum but would appreciate some clarification!
    For us it's not important if they come here and would make any clarification. What should they explain ? Bring in new players and we will open account again, or open a new one ?

    They have decided to do so and that's our reaction of it. There are so many other partners with better terms in this business we can promote.

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    Had the email as well and let it run. Thankfully I have not promoted these much so no loss to me but not impressed that this kind of thing seems to be happening very frequently these days.

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    Years ago, I asked them to close my account. Now they do. Maybe it had to be escalated a few times...

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    Im wondering of this, that Ladbrokes, Betfair and much more leading big companies make such things with affiliates. Im wondering also, that here write people, that also has such e-mail and this mean they promote them at their websites and 12 month affiliate account dont display 1 registered and depositors, im wondering for this things and we like affiliate must think about to has more security of delivering traffic, because all this is work and at the end happened this, like your work cost 0.00 euro or $ or other currency and for our work, we has e-mail at the end of closing accounts. Is this honest?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    Add Betfair/Paddy to the list of scammers.
    Idk what's up with the ******* UK bookies and economy.
    If I removed all the shavers and dishonest, untrustworthy programs facing the UK market then i'd be left promoting just one firm. The day that one firm loses the plot I wont spend another penny on the UK market. The UK bookies are killing the UK affiliate market - I guess they think affiliates are just plain stupid, maybe they are right.

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    I think they can read carefully this and many other threads and review their T&C and at all to understand, that without affiliates will no grow up. I think like this. ok
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syndicate View Post
    Not sure about the economy - but they have been screwing people for years.
    I am avoiding UK as much as I can. Maybe I am simply unlucky and biased, but... I do not think so when I hear the stories about dishonest landlords etc. Last time I took rental car from airport to London hotel and back. It was 100km drive. They gave me at 10PM and rain car with broken windshield and on the top they charged me for 1 cm scrape on wheel. Always stories like that in the UK. Maybe it is just London. Maybe the UK people (Bet365) are fine, but the multicultural influence makes everything crazy. I would like to know some honest opinions. UK = rip off for me. I know it sounds like post from idiot and maybe I am idiot oversimplifying things, but I can not help myself. Nobody showed me the other face of UK. Just Bet365. But they are aliens.
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    Ladbrokes just sent out that all accounts must comply with new adv standards and replace all banners until 28th Feb with 1 strike policy.

    The best part is that they sent it as mass email to 400 other people. Regulation is so ******* great /s .How should the companies fulfill all the standards including data protection, when they can not send out one simple email?
    There is no upper age limit but people over 60 years old are not recommended to trade bitcoin in consideration of price volatility and risk tolerance.

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    I got it too, but what knobs not doing a blind cc. Had a Ladbrokes review sitting around for ages but loathed to put up, don't think I will bother.
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    I liked the part where it said 'please contact your affiliate manager'. The useless dopes haven't replied to anything I've asked them in around 3 months, I doubt they'll start replying now.

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    Don't you think it is strange that every one of these programs is on a different schedule to implement these guidelines? I mean I thought that was supposed to be done and dusted last year according to some programs. It seems they only act when they get a kick up the backside from the UKGC
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    I think the hard deadline was set for around March 2018.
    There is no upper age limit but people over 60 years old are not recommended to trade bitcoin in consideration of price volatility and risk tolerance.

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