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    This site is using stolen content from multiple websites.
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    I just ran a handful of his casino reviews through copyscape. You're dead right. He has copied word for word from a number of sites.

    If you have in depth reviews that rank well, you may want to check out this fellows site for a wee bit of duplication.
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    Yep, god i hate content theifs. Iv'e just informed Brian from infopowa news services because he's also stealing gambling news from sites that are subscribed.
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    Another one of is sites i think onlinecasinodollar.com

    This site is using content from a member who owns top-gambler.com and possibly other members here.
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    This site may also be his.

    xxhttp://www.recommendcasino.com

    The affiliate tags match mostcasino but are different than onlinecasinodollar.

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    This site is using content from a member who owns top-gambler.com and possibly other members here.
    I guess that what goes around comes around... I have written loads of unique reviews on casino games... and guess what:

    http://www.copyscape.com/view.php?o=...oot.htm&w=28&c=

    I emailed this member last Sunday but he has not seen fit to reply...

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    Hi,

    Thanks for posting. It's good for us to check. A lot if these webmasters are taking bits and peices of everyones sites. They are just wasting everyones time.

    I have a list of things that I do to stop a copycat which we have posted before. Let me know if you would like me to post it again and maybe we can all add to it.

    Again, the best way to stop them is by letting our Affiliate Managers know who they are. And believe me, it works.
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    Post it again or pm me with it please...


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    Hi CCJ

    If you post it here again I will make it a sticky. For those who don't know, CCJ has a really in depth authority type site and has had a lot of people copy her. She has a great success rate of getting those same people to suddenly close or change the content.
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    Hi All,

    Here it is. If anyone else can add to this to make it easier, please do so. Most of the information we gathered together was from the GPWA.

    Things To Do To Stop A Copycat

    Contact the owner of the site and then the hosting company.

    Next contact your Affiliate Manager at each casino/program to make them aware. Affiliate Managers want to know about the offending sites. Even let the Affiliate Managers know of the offending site even if they are not carrying their casino(s). It gives them a head-up before the fraudster does sign-up.

    For the Affiliate Managers:
    1) Give them examples. Give them the links to your site and then give them the copied material links on the other site.
    2) Give the affiliate managers their e-mail address(es) from the WhoIs information http://www.WhoIs.sc or directly from the site that copied you.
    3) If you can see their affiliate tracking tags, give them that information too.
    4) Take full screen shots of the offending site and attach it to your e-mail.

    Again, make it as easy for the affiliate managers as possible to look for them in their database. Even if the people who have copied your site do not have an account at a specific affiliate program, it's good to let them know anyway so they can keep an eye out for them. From our experience, the affiliate programs do not tolerate any copying and are very co-operative. It all depends on how severe the copying is.

    For some Google guidelines for complaint procedures, follow this link http://www.google.com/dmca.html

    Also, here's a link to a list of other search engines with their addresses to file complaints if necessary http://www.seologic.com/faq/dmca-notifications.php

    Another great tool to use on both your main page and especially inner pages is http://www.CopyScape.com. For a small fee, CopyScape will give you weekly reports. We believe it's a good deterrant.

    We also use a program called WebCopier available at http://www.maximumsoft.com/products/.../overview.html. It costs $30-40 and there is a 15 day free trial. You'll always have a copy of the offending site, in case you need more screen-shots and if you have to take it one step further to legal help.

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