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    Angry Pokie Partners - not paying

    It's not much, but I advice all of you to stay away from them. It seems they have financial issues or some sort. My aff manager said " I am not sure when it will be paid" ... LOL

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    Never promoted them but good to know!

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    This disturbing trend is happening way too often. That's a very vague answer and we're just left to tolerate the nonsense. Hope you get it sorted soon.

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    According to their payment terms, it should be settled on 15th.

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    We understand that with the amount of flexibility afforded to us not everybody will want to be restricted to using a one size fits all method to receive their commissions. Therefore, we have setup a generous variety of options for you to choose from. All payouts are finalised and made on the 15thof every month.
    hxxps://www.pokiepartners.com/commissions/

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    they are 1-2 months late mate... I'm not the only one ...

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    I was going to start with this program about 5 months ago but never got round to it. Thanks for sharing your experience... though I hope you get your payment sorted.

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    Called the AM to count way back in Dec 2020.

    https://www.gpwa.org/forum/pokie-par...ss-255400.html

    Didn't trust either of them... Guess I wasn't far from the mark

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    Given they predominantly target the AU market (Pokies should elude to that fact), you really have to wonder how they could have cash-flow issues. Seeing I do not trust Pokies Partners as far as I could throw them, maybe this cash-flow issues is a ruse, a cash/player grab, and they'll open again under a new name and casino... Don't get caught with that scam.
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    Hi Guys,


    The team that was managing PokiePartners has ended collaboration with the program.
    Ray will be your new point of contact moving forward and will be able to support and assist you with anything you need.


    His contacts are as follows:
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    Quote Originally Posted by GPWA Maria View Post
    The team that was managing PokiePartners has ended collaboration with the program.
    Ray will be your new point of contact moving forward and will be able to support and assist you with anything you need.
    Bit like saying the casino etc., etc., is under "new management", how many times have affiliates been fed that line, and later found it to be BS.

    If PokiePartners have genuinely got completely NEW (top to bottom) staff, why are people still not paid?
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    Morning Aussie,

    I saw ChRR member's posting about this, so I reached out to the old team. This is the only info I have. If they are not paying you, please contact Ray directly.

    His contacts are as follows:
    Email: ray@pokiepartners.com
    Skype: raymond.grubbs80
    Feature your Affiliate Program with us and enjoy the rewards!

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    Thanks for the heads up. We were notified about recent changes. Obviously Pokie Partners, regardless who is managing them, need to be watched carefully.

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    still not paid....

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    Reiterating, "new management", their 1'st and only move forward should be to pay all outstanding commissions to their affiliate partners. Doing so is a genuine sign of commitment. But that hasn't been done, has it! Hence, the "under new management", least to me, sounds like a load of BS.
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    Still no payments....

    I encourage everyone to charge penalty interest for late payment. Maybe this will help discipline dishonest partners.

    Legal basis: Directive 2011/7 / EU on combating late payment in commercial transactions
    https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-cont...x%3A32011L0007

    The PokiePartners company details:

    Effrice Group Limited ( HE405728 ) in Cyprus and offshore po box in Curacao.
    https://i-cyprus.com/company/565252

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeSpins View Post
    Still no payments....

    I encourage everyone to charge penalty interest for late payment. Maybe this will help discipline dishonest partners.

    Legal basis: Directive 2011/7 / EU on combating late payment in commercial transactions
    https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-cont...x%3A32011L0007

    The PokiePartners company details:

    Effrice Group Limited ( HE405728 ) in Cyprus and offshore po box in Curacao.
    https://i-cyprus.com/company/565252

    lol... And how prey-tell do you intend on enforcing this?

    The company is NOT paying their debts. The company is just another poor man's casino, running a scummy white label. While non white label programs can be just as BIG a crooks, it's more often we see these underfunded white labels, ripping affiliates off.
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    they locked me out lol , wtf - never seen such an aff program. lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDave View Post
    lol... And how prey-tell do you intend on enforcing this?

    The company is NOT paying their debts. The company is just another poor man's casino, running a scummy white label. While non white label programs can be just as BIG a crooks, it's more often we see these underfunded white labels, ripping affiliates off.
    1. legal case against the company - this will help to secure debts from the company's assets
    2. reporting to the license issuer, payment processors, gaming software houses, and local authorities to address the problem

    If still unpaid, warn all affiliates across the affiliate portals, blacklist the casino and affiliate program, and put their names in the front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeSpins View Post
    1. legal case against the company - this will help to secure debts from the company's assets
    2. reporting to the license issuer, payment processors, gaming software houses, and local authorities to address the problem

    If still unpaid, warn all affiliates across the affiliate portals, blacklist the casino and affiliate program, and put their names in the front.
    Sorry but I think your dreaming...

    As far a blacklisting, many, many people way before you became an affiliate, have tried this course. I've been in the game 21 years. Nothing, shy sending a couple of stocky, well built enforcers to visit these scums bags, will work, and even that may fail, because 99.999% of these crooks DO NOT provide their true (bona fide) addresses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDave View Post
    Sorry but I think your dreaming...

    As far a blacklisting, many, many people way before you became an affiliate, have tried this course. I've been in the game 21 years. Nothing, shy sending a couple of stocky, well built enforcers to visit these scums bags, will work, and even that may fail, because 99.999% of these crooks DO NOT provide their true (bona fide) addresses.

    It works for me. Besides, it is also worth considering introducing an upofront fee to be settled with a commission in the future. Of course, It all depends on how big you are and what bargaining power you have.

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    i think the owner seen this gpwa thread, he also blocked me on skype . I really recommend you all guys to stay away like mega thousand miles away from this brand.

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