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    I have posted warnings about the above mentioned properties on the Gambling Affiliates Union today.

    Bookmaker.com Warning
    We have reviewed their terms and conditions and as a result of the predatory quota they have imposed on affiliates, we feel a warning is in order. We do not consider Bookmaker.com to be affiliate friendly. Read our bookmaker.com warning here.

    Go Casino Warning
    We have issued a warning about Go Casino due to their lack of response regarding a player issue we attempted to arbitrate. If Go Casino is unwilling to open a dialogue with us, we feel they deserve a warning. Read our Go Casino warning here.
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    Go Casino Warning
    We have issued a warning about Go Casino due to their lack of response regarding a player issue we attempted to arbitrate. If Go Casino is unwilling to open a dialogue with us, we feel they deserve a warning. Read our Go Casino warning here.
    Good call!

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    Nice one Terry.
    Always on the ball mate.

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    Thanks for the warnings. I hope GoCasino fixes whatever the problem is because I really like promoting their brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyLizzy View Post
    Thanks for the warnings. I hope GoCasino fixes whatever the problem is because I really like promoting their brand.
    The Go Casino issue has been resolved. I agree with you, I too like the casino.
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    Glad to hear it is resolved. I was going to mention there were more than one property involved if it was go casino as they have sister casinos.


    but never mind.
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    thanks for the heads up.. It's always nice to get this type of warnings for real plays and most specially for newbies.
    Online will always be this risky so its good to see that there are reviews like this here.

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    Hello,

    First time poster here

    I personally think Bookmaker deserves more than a warning, they should flat out be listed as rouge.

    Another thing to add. They have their cookies set to only two weeks now. Just more proof that they are doing everything they can to steal and strip referrals from their affiliates.

    Added: In email correspondence with Bookmaker they act like they want to see all affiliates reach their predatory terms and quotas, yet (setting cookies to only 2 weeks is yet another example) they do everything they possibly can to make it harder for affiliates to get sign-up.
    Last edited by xChrisx; 16 November 2010 at 6:44 pm. Reason: added info

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    Quote Originally Posted by xChrisx View Post
    Hello,

    First time poster here

    I personally think Bookmaker deserves more than a warning, they should flat out be listed as rouge.

    Another thing to add. They have their cookies set to only two weeks now. Just more proof that they are doing everything they can to steal and strip referrals from their affiliates.

    Added: In email correspondence with Bookmaker they act like they want to see all affiliates reach their predatory terms and quotas, yet (setting cookies to only 2 weeks is yet another example) they do everything they possibly can to make it harder for affiliates to get sign-up.
    I have marked Bookmaker.com predatory on my Affiliate Aid site. To declare them rogue on the GAU requires a poll and majority agreement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thepokerkeep View Post
    I have marked Bookmaker.com predatory on my Affiliate Aid site. To declare them rogue on the GAU requires a poll and majority agreement.
    Do you know off hand if the issue has been brought up or considered?

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    To date, none of our members have requested a poll. If you want us to initiate one, join the GAU and send me an email (or post here) and I'll set one up.

    BTW - welcome to the GPWA!
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    I'm working on a write-up and will state my case. I joined GAU but I can't find a contact link for you there.

    Also, I only want to state facts. One thing I cannot find is what expiration (prior to their retroactive T&C's) how long tracking cookies expired. I'm 99% sure it used to be 60 or 90 days but I don't want to write it up unless I'm 100% sure.

    So if anyone out there knows for a fact please post it here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xChrisx View Post
    I'm working on a write-up and will state my case. I joined GAU but I can't find a contact link for you there.

    Also, I only want to state facts. One thing I cannot find is what expiration (prior to their retroactive T&C's) how long tracking cookies expired. I'm 99% sure it used to be 60 or 90 days but I don't want to write it up unless I'm 100% sure.

    So if anyone out there knows for a fact please post it here.
    My email address is admin @ thepokerkeep.com
    Or you can pm me here, it's my second home.

    Looking forward to your write up.
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    Sent... I kept it as short as I could... otherwise I could have made it into a book to tell the truth.

    Let me know if it's acceptable or if I should do more with it

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    Got your email and will reply shortly. Nice write up by the way. Very clear and concise. Thank you!
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    They must be getting a bit desperate right now. I really think that affiliates are making an impact as they would never send out these emails in the in the past:

    Do you have a site that you’re using to promote us? If so, let me know what it is, so I can take a look at it, to see if I have anything that may help.

    We have new self updating landing pages and banners available for you.

    So contact me and let me know if there is anything I can do to help you generate more business.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Magan View Post
    Nice one Terry.
    Always on the ball mate.
    Spammer be gone.....
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