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    Default myBet doesnt accept french player anymore (except for casino players)

    Well, this is annoying me a lot and it's reminding me many things that happened a few years ago when the french market went down...

    I heard today from differents sources (Aff manager, forum) that my bet dont accept french players anymore while hundreads of french affiliates still send them traffic and i am one of them !

    Today, i wanted to make sure that this information was correct and i went on mybet casino and contacted the live support:

    Konstantin: Welcome to mybet. How may I help you?
    →hello, i am a french citizen, on holliday now in israel
    →i want to know if i can open an account when i ll be back to france ?
    →do you accept french players ?
    Konstantin: I regret to inform you that we can not accept players from your region. However, since you are situated now in Israel, you will be able to play at mybet for now.
    →so i can play from israel but not from france right ?
    Konstantin: Yes, this is correct.
    →ok thank you for this information, i ll open an account now

    Do i need to say more ??? Mybet doesnt accept french players anymore but Affiliates dont know about it and keep sending them traffic !!!

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    This fits well into the picture. Into the European and of Mybet.

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    Hey guys,

    Fact is French players can register via affiliate links but not via mybet.com directly. So in other words no problems for affiliates.

    Thx, Tomas
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    The question is untill when ??? Its not gonna be forever... Its not the first time that its happening... First they dont accept players from the domain name of the casino, then... from every links, even from affiliates. Are you able to say on this forum that mybet will not close the french market in a few days,, weeks or months ?

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    Hi,

    Itís Mybets best intention and interest to stay/remain on the market. At the same time Mybet do not control the current situation/legal landscape similar to all other unlicensed operators currently operating in the market.

    Business as usual for now is the best I can answer you

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    who cares anyways? You must be naive to promote Mybet because they are the worst affiliate program out there. Pray your players make them a lot of money or else they will kick you out if they make anything less then 50% of what you are making...

    Like they closed my account even though they make 30,000eur from my players. it was not enough as it was not 50%

    Mybet are scum.

    Whats even more ridiculous is that they let other companies like Ihre do they dirty work for them and never visit these forums to reply, even though they are highly aware of them.

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    Dear Ccommend..

    If Mybet is a scam, why is it still a member of GPWA ? Gpwa is not supposed to certify that the program is safe, fair and trustable for affiliates ???
    U said that Ihre never visit theses forums but they just replied.

    I dont get your message.

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    Read my post well. I said Mybet never visits and they send Ihre to the forums instead of their own affiliate team.
    Also yes its a scam and not to burst your Bubble but Mybet pay GPWA a sponsorship and that is the only reason they are "certified" - GPWA look at the money only. Thinking they actually certify and account the fairness & trustability of an affiliate program is baloney.

    Just google mybet scam and you will be amazed.

    This is also coming from an ex-affiliate of mybet who delivered hundreds of players and Mybet grossed 30 thousand euro (positive income) from off

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    also mybet is starting to be de-listed and rouged on other affiliate forums. just check it out.

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    Well i am very worried then if GPWA is accepting affiliate programs just because they pay money... What the point then ? If everything is a matter of money what the point of being here on GPWA !

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    they ask $5,000-$10,000 from affiliate programs to be listed with them. reflect on that...

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    Money can buy everything, including image and reputation.. and after all, GPWA itself is a business too, am I right ?

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    Three Administrative Notes:

    1) This thread was originally titled "Mybet doesnt accept french player anymore". It was brought to my attention that myBet does continue to accept casino players. I have amended the thread title to note that the geographic restriction does not apply to casino players.

    2) There was a reply to this thread that opened up a different topic unrelated to myBet, which is asking for sports books that do take French players. In order to allow each discussion to receive full attention without distracting from one another, we have separated out the posts on the other topic into a new thread. The new thread is available at https://www.gpwa.org/forum/sportsboo...rs-207804.html.

    3) Member ccommend references a separate issue, which is based on a case that impacts him. There is separate discussion about his situation in another thread, which is why it was not addressed in further detail above. The thread where we are helping work toward a resolution for his concern is available at https://www.gpwa.org/forum/mybet-clo...re-205985.html.
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    Well i am very worried then if GPWA is accepting affiliate programs just because they pay money... What the point then ? If everything is a matter of money what the point of being here on GPWA !
    The GPWA is about the members NOT the affiliate programs.

    For those that think this place exisits for the programs and are unhappy....you are welcome to hang out in forums where the members don't care to help others.

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