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    Default Carry forward - What to do?

    I'm sure you all have a story like this. I think INetBet is a great casino. The first month I promoted them I got a high roller who won a lot. It looks like the high roller never came back, so I am stuck with this big carryforward which it now looks like I will never make a dime from InetBet. Do I drop them from my site? Just move them to the back of the shelf and try to push the traffic to other places? How do you guys handle this?

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    I am not sure how others would handle this, but you may want to discuss your options with the affiliate manager.

    Sometimes a property will remove a player in a particular case, but you lose the player for life, whether r not they ever return and play it back.

    If Inetbet is a property you do well with and have a decent player base there, you may want to consider this option (if available)

    If needed, I am sure a few here can give you a point of contact to talk to there, and maybe someone can tell you what options you may have with INetbet directly. (sorry I do not promote them)

    One option is to consider dropping them, but I think that is more dependant on what other options they will offer you, and what the total amount is. (I understand the hesitancy in posting the amount)

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    That's an interesting question. I would be hesitant to drop them, since you did have strong results, albiet negitive. The player may still come back as I have seen with some of my own that go away for a month and then come back. I will be interested in reading the responses here as I am a newbie.

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    As far as I'm concerned InetBet is one of the very best casinos out there. Within hours of my post I heard from Ben, and he has agreed to reset my balance. These guys rock!

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    Thanks for keeping us informed.

    I'm glad that it worked out for you.

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