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    Default Beware!! Europartners missing payments!!

    Europartners have been dodging and avoiding paying their affiliates this is our experience!
    Over the course of months of chasing and being referred to many different representatives we became aware that this company where not going to pay us through any means necessary!

    We had been told that due to our negative carry over that happened in June we were not going to be paid any revenue for the previous monthís, these being February, March, April and May which does not make any sense at all.
    They had decided to drag this out for ages we had relentlessly followed up on the progress of our missing payments and to receive very vague and unclear answers. We contacted them first on the 16th of July the representative said he would take care of our request and let us know more.

    We followed up on this to get a response that he is no longer taking care of this brand and will pass us on to someone who is. We followed up with the second representative who gave us the response that it is due to our negative carry over in June that we should not receive our previous revenue that we made at the beginning of the year.

    After being passed to another person for the third time we got the same nonsense reply and that they were going to escalate our issue to management.


    Itís clear to see that they are just dragging out the process in hope that we do not follow up on them and lose interest in the way they are trying to run or in this case not run things.

    We hope that this experience can be useful to other affiliates and that they avoid the same misfortune as we have experienced.

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    A simple search here on the GPWA "search option", would have revealed a long list of other affiliates shafted by Europartners!

    Or, a search on Google would have revealed the same dodgy results.

    It's a pity you didn't do some quick research before working with Europartners. It would have saved you a lot of grief
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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDave View Post
    It's a pity you didn't do some quick research before working with Europartners. It would have saved you a lot of grief
    Very true but an easy error for a newbie. One of the first casinos I promoted back in the day was the original 'Windows Casino' that always deducted any commissions due as a result of 'chargebacks'. We paid for our education too.

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    We always pay for our mistakes. The good thing is existence of that forum. I also promoted them with no success. They are changing Affiliate Managers, platforms and I was really confused were they playing a theatro as a good program or just trying to shaft any old or new-coming affiliate.
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    After taking over a year to work off a $100K+ negative carryover, I contacted them about future payments but was told that I wasn't sending them enough traffic or players. Suffice to say that I never receive any payments for over 4 years now. They're a very well known rogue operation. There are plenty of nightmare stories all over the internet about them.

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    Yes to work with Europartners is really not easy and if you dont bring them enough traffic you will have only problems. But at least at Europartners things work much better as at Nethive/Winner what is almost the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FictionNet View Post
    Very true but an easy error for a newbie.
    I get your point BUT...

    Most people these days use Google for all sorts of things such as: review of mobiles, all sorts of research and stuff. And, most newbies these days grew up on the net. Hence, I find it bizarre when it comes to affiliate program (most greenhorns) don't take even 5 min to do a little research first. Don't know if it's just laziness (expecting others to do their research) or what every else, but it's just baffling that so many get caught up in these messes.
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    Honestly, even the best things nowadays get sometimes the worst ranks. And the worst might have good PR.
    Reality is crazy. I agree millennials are shallow lazy people, but they are shallow and lazy because internet is teaching them to be so. Everything that has value can be and is faked. Absolutely nowadays to get the right info 5 minutes is not enough. But average attention span is below 5 minutes.

    Look at this and no more has to be said:
    https://www.trustpilot.com/review/www.bet365.com (even https://www.trustpilot.com/review/1xbet.com is better)

    Honestly I have big problem to choose anything nowadays and I usually do some research.
    (I end up trying random things, for example like I bought now "horrible" business flight with Emirates [which does not have 1-2-1 seating, which is so much praised ] and it was as near to 1st class as possible and so on. Also I went at booking for accommodation with rating 7.0 and it was the best experience in my life. I also try to stop using tripadvisor and just visit random places and pubs and it end up as better experience overall.)

    It is easy to see things as insider.
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    These are a blast from the past, I used to work with them when they were CasinoPartners years back up until I sold the site I had back then, I thought they had vanished. I had no problems with them then, but I was pushing a lot of players and commission there way so was well looked after.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDave View Post
    I get your point BUT...

    Most people these days use Google for all sorts of things such as: review of mobiles, all sorts of research and stuff. And, most newbies these days grew up on the net. Hence, I find it bizarre when it comes to affiliate program (most greenhorns) don't take even 5 min to do a little research first. Don't know if it's just laziness (expecting others to do their research) or what every else, but it's just baffling that so many get caught up in these messes.
    It's an interesting concept although I know we're derailing. Naturally you and I would now do appropriate DD for anything that required it, and we'd know how to do it. I made far bigger newbie 'blunders' as a net-newbie (eg. phoning a helpline at £1 per minute to ask how to change my browser homepage - was a long phone call too, and also exchanged money from wallet-to-wallet with a complete stranger and of course lost the lot) but your point that we grew up without the internet is valid. There's no way for me to know if I'd make the same naive errors if I started fresh today.

    Bottom line, we all screw up but if you learn from it, it is actually a WIN in the long run. Most/all of my success has involved mistakes and learning to do better as a result along the way. The trick is not to repeat the mistakes or stubbornly refuse to admit to yourself that you ****ed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    I agree millennials are shallow lazy people, but they are shallow and lazy because internet is teaching them to be so.
    My partner's son [18] all in all he's a decent human being. But, expects mom to do everything. Point in question... It was 42C here yesterday. Partner and I had an appointment to got to. Car has air-con, place we were at had air-con, but by the time we got home she had a killer headache. Son say's... "what's for dinner?", mom... "lets do Oporto, I've got a bad headache."

    He has a car, but expected "mom" to pick up dinner. I was like wha that??? Of course she did exactly that. Aside from the net making kids these day lazy, some of the parents aren't helping with the problem either. They just enable this laziness.

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    Sorry, I would not say he is a decent human being. Are you sure he is not my cat or something?
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    People still working with this program? Surprised they are still around...

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