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    I've never thought of this up and till now. If one of your players refers a friend to a casino you're affiliated to will you be credited for that player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by F-L-C View Post
    The short answer is No
    Even if one received a 10% commission on a player's losses referred by your player it would have sweeten the pot significantly. I think casinos should have a commission structure in place if any affiliate's players refers their friend/s to the casino, a commission (pro rata) should be payable to them based on those players losses. Personally I think it's a win-win situation for affiliates. On the other hand most casinos won't go this route since it might encourage fraud, additional red tape etc., etc.

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    The refer-a-freiend cuts the affiliate out of the picture and pays the referring player a small token to promote through word-of-mouth.

    I wish we could get a portion, but I understand why it is the way it is and it makes logical sense for the casinos to do it his way.

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