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    Default In Case You Missed It: Betfair NJ Affiliate Program Launches

    Hi All,

    In case you missed it, the Betfair Casino Affiliate Program in NJ is officially launched: http://incomeaccess.com/betfair-casi...liate-program/.

    If you are licensed in NJ, or looking to get licensed, we want to hear from you! We are very flexible in affiliate commission models, and are looking to help any affiliates looking to get licensed understand and navigate the process.

    Get in touch with us today!

    You can reach out to Emily (Emily@incomeaccess.com) or Allan (allan@incomeaccess.com) for more information.

    Cheers,
    Allan

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    How about the commission plan, I can't find it listed anywhere.

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    still confused on specifics.

    Betfair Casino (betfaircasino.com) is an online casino in New Jersey offering real money games
    If we signup as an affiliate, can we promote your online casino to NJ residents and still get commissions....or must we be registered / licensed through all that NJ crapola first ?

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    wish I could get a clear yes/no...so I don't have to waste thousands getting a license... just in an attempt to get signups.

    PM would be fine as well. Even if it's from webmasters that have already joined.

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    Hi,

    You would need to be licensed (either VRF or CSIE) to be able to earn commissions promoting in NJ.

    Cheers,
    Allan

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