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    Default Bet365 Affiliates - what will be next?

    Bet365 Affiliates have brilliant communications with affiliates. Today is day #22 when my affiliate account is blocked. But this is not the problem, if you know that somebody work on these problem. The problem is that nobody knows what happens. Total silence from Bet365 Team. No messages on forum, no emails, no update on they site Bet365affiliates. Total 100% silence. Except one brilliant advice from one bet365 aff.manager to post only non-unique review on affiliate sites.

    So the one and only source of information about bet365 is another affiliates...I understand that they are very busy now for regular updates on they site. Company have only ~2,500 emploies.

    So, any ideas how long this circus with locked accounts will still continue?

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    Took more than 1 month for Bet365 affilliates to respond to a simple email, good luck with your issue!

    I think they slowly abandon their affiliates programs....

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    The posting of the review is not related to your account being blocked.

    I bet they are just doing something with your account. They don't see telling you the specifics as a priority, likely because you are not a big enough affiliate, in terms of traffic generation.

    Just guessing and trying to give you my honest point of view.

    Bet365 is a reputable company and would tell you what what was going on, if they thought you should know.

    I bet they even do that to their highest paid affiliates, 'cause they know they won't leave the income stream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewt View Post
    Bet365 is a reputable company and would tell you what what was going on, if they thought you should know.
    I may introduce one example. One affiliate program from GPWA. I will not name her. But this is big brand too. Last year, they have trouble. Local police have raid on they offices. Local Ministry of securty and procesutor office open case against it. Under several months they been under strong pressure (now it's all ok).


    But they always been in touch with affiliates. Including weekends. All affiliate payments was processed on time. Belive me friends, police raid in some countries is more dangerous than any troubles with UKGC. But affiliates don't feeled any inconveniences, because affiliate team worked very good.


    And another example. Bet365 is not the one and only gambling operator with UK license. We have are lot of another operators with UK license. Including big brands. Why these brands don't locked affiliates accounts? Why they respond to emails? Why some of they representatives post here, on forum? They have the same problem with UKGC as Bet365. But they don't use total silense tactic.


    From my point of view - new UKGC requirements is not occasion for total silence tactic. From my point of view this is unprofessional work and somebody from Bet365 must find another job.


    Yes, Bet365 is trusted brand. But people who created this brand, and people who use this silence tactics with affiliates - they are different people. If Bet365 owner used the same methods as bet365 affiliate team, they would never have become world brand.

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    They did the same thing with me I didn't even think twice I removed bet365 from my site I'll stay with the programs that let me work with them

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    The next step is no bonus offer for UK players...but im not 100% sure

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    The next step is no bonus offer for UK players
    I heard similar, let's hope it's not true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Progger View Post
    The next step is no bonus offer for UK players...but im not 100% sure
    I hope this is not true either. Where did you hear this news from Progger?

    Thanks a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scampi View Post
    I heard similar, let's hope it's not true.
    Where from?

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    Where from?
    It was one of my affiliate managers.

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