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    LejonBurg is offline New Member
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    Default Help to identify this affiliate-program? (Pays with Worldpay AP LTD)

    I've received to smaller payments from some unknown affiliateprogram that pays using WorldpayAP LTD to send their payments. There isn't much info I got from the bank.

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    XYXYXEKDEC2014USERNAMEXOXOXEKDEC2014USERNAMEXZXZXDKEURO0000000195
    
    Originators Referens:
    EKAug2013username

    EK = My first and lastname.
    DK = My country.
    You can also see the date in there. But anyone know which company sends out money with this kind of useless info?

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    there's a few that use it and it causes loads of problems, actually can't believe affiliate programs haven't sorted this

    I think on top of my head these use worldpay

    europartners
    unibet
    winner

    there will be some more but these spring to mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebookiesoffers View Post
    there's a few that use it and it causes loads of problems....
    I agree. At least Unibet mention their name on the payment they send so it's not them. But I cant believe some don't mention anything of who sent the payment, just some useless info that I posted above. It not just complicate things for me but I bet a lot of affiliates sending mails to these affiliate-programs asking about payments. Just a waste of time on everyones side and it could be soled with just adding a name on the payment.

    Thank you for mentioning Europartners, sending a mail to them now.

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    Ladbrokes and mecca use worldpay as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebookiesoffers View Post
    there's a few that use it and it causes loads of problems, actually can't believe affiliate programs haven't sorted this

    I think on top of my head these use worldpay

    europartners
    unibet
    winner

    there will be some more but these spring to mind
    The problem is that the aff programs do send the info through, but it is up to the bank on whether it will show in the statement. I've been trying to get our processors to pass something through every single time for 10 years but they still can't get it right. So it's not the programs but the processors and the banks that can't sort this crap out.
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    ComeOn also use them.

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    My bank just sent home 10(!) letters about wire-transfers from the same weird company that I cant identify. All of them where small. One transfer was as little as €0.07. Some about ~€10-20. I wonder what's going on.

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    I would be very careful suddenly seeing that kind of activity in the account.

    It could be the incoming transfers were to identify the account, and whoever is doing it will do a withdraw soon.

    As an example, before Paypal will approve an account for transfers in or out, they will usually do one or two micro transfers in to prove the account.

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    Yeah I agree with Rick, hard to see any other point but to try to handshake with the account to clear it out. Then wash it and run. Criminals...

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