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    pariuri-online.ro is offline Private Member
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    Default Affiliates payments are real for "life"?

    I want to ask if the bookies respect the real earnings and payments (of old players) after they receive less real players, sent by one affiliate.
    Or they prefer to show less profit and earnings for already registered players, after one affiliate start to promote other bookies.
    Thanks!

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    I have absolutely no idea what you've just asked

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowrisk View Post
    I have absolutely no idea what you've just asked
    I was going to write same thing

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    Anthony-Coral is offline Former Employee of Coral
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    If it relates to the concept of 'Litetime earnings' on the revenue of referred players then I'm all for it.

    I've had various battles with T&C's at various places I've worked;some of them I've won and some I haven't. Many places state the will pay for the lifetime of a player but a closer inspection of the T&C's reveals cases where an account could conceivably be closed down and no payments made in some circumstances.

    I's a challenge for operators to deal with and it needs to be done in an open and transparent way. For example, I've found it hugely beneficial to be contacted by affiliates to discuss terms that they believe are predatory. Often these will be terms that I think are perfectly reasonable but I've just interpreted the language in a 'best case scenario' manner and the affiliate naturally assumes a 'worst case scenario'.

    The vagueness of legal language can sometimes create confusion and distrust where there doesn't need to be.
    Last edited by Anthony-Coral; 3 May 2012 at 9:16 am. Reason: typo

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    there are common behaviour: they like u and pay until u send traffic,
    if stop than they show other side and could reduce payments or even stop them.
    and i talk u not about tiny operators but big names, like bet365, bwin & party

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