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    Default Still waiting my money from Eurolinx

    Dear all,

    I am a French affiliate. I have promoted Eurolinx and they allways promised me that they will pay me....my problem is that I don't chase for payments regularly as I do this only part time. I have learnt that they have gone burst...what we will do? What will happen with our money? Anyone have fresh news about this?
    Thanks for your help as allways!
    Antoine

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    There gone dude, you will be lucky to get anything off them
    http://www.pokernewsdaily.com/euroli...quidated-4385/

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    sorry, realised you were after new info. Not heard anything useful I am afraid.

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    I am deeply shocked that this situation is going on like this. I mean you guys are debating about other things and the fact the Eurolinx disappeard with all our moneys...just get a...'sorry, no news'.
    Chalkie, I was hoping to get an answer from you at least, but nothing? If you want to defend us, small affiliates, you need to challenge big problems. We are not talking here about small terms et condition changes...my friend was a poker player and lost 37,000 euros with them. I have lost 500 euros, but I am still very upset. Why nobody defend us? I obviously have interest but we loose credibility and power if we don't do anything...where is the Eurolinx boos with all our money?
    Also, Chalkie, how we can join the union?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poker1 View Post
    I am deeply shocked that this situation is going on like this. I mean you guys are debating about other things and the fact the Eurolinx disappeard with all our moneys...just get a...'sorry, no news'.
    Chalkie, I was hoping to get an answer from you at least, but nothing? If you want to defend us, small affiliates, you need to challenge big problems. We are not talking here about small terms et condition changes...my friend was a poker player and lost 37,000 euros with them. I have lost 500 euros, but I am still very upset. Why nobody defend us? I obviously have interest but we loose credibility and power if we don't do anything...where is the Eurolinx boos with all our money?
    Also, Chalkie, how we can join the union?
    Hi Poker1,

    Sorry, i can only follow so many threads and am unable to come along and offer support every time someone asks for it here. I certainly dont want to be accused of popping in to every complaint and offering our services.

    You can join the GAU here:

    http://gamblingaffiliatesunion.org/join

    If you then request the GAU assistance on this or anything then we will respond accordingly and act on your behalf. Thats what we are there for.

    I look forward to hearing from you and looking at your issues.
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    Thanks Chalkie, I do understand that there are many issues at the moment and that you can't look everywhere. I just feel that affiliates have forgot too quickly what happen with Eurolinx to focus on other battles (that are also important). I would like to know few things:
    1.Should be stay away from small companies to avoid this and only focus on trusted big brands?
    2.What affiliates can do to avoid similar things to happen again?
    3.What can be done to try to recover the money that they have stolen us?

    I think that the Eurolinx case is one of the bigger problem in this industry and if we close our eyes on this, than we are not credible in any other battle we do...fishy operators will allways know they can close and run away: nobody will stop them.

    What do you guys think? What are next steps?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poker1 View Post
    Thanks Chalkie, I do understand that there are many issues at the moment and that you can't look everywhere. I just feel that affiliates have forgot too quickly what happen with Eurolinx to focus on other battles (that are also important). I would like to know few things:
    1.Should be stay away from small companies to avoid this and only focus on trusted big brands?
    2.What affiliates can do to avoid similar things to happen again?
    3.What can be done to try to recover the money that they have stolen us?

    I think that the Eurolinx case is one of the bigger problem in this industry and if we close our eyes on this, than we are not credible in any other battle we do...fishy operators will allways know they can close and run away: nobody will stop them.

    What do you guys think? What are next steps?
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    It is easy to say stay away from the new or smaller brand, however, not all new or small brands are bad or run by crooks. There is really no definitive answer to this question although staying away from the newer programs will possibly give you better odds in the long run.

    With the current situation and lack of legislation there is very little that can be done.

    Recovering the money from them looks more and more unlikely as time goes on
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    I am glad you stated that Paul.

    I too agree that just because a brand is big or has a well known name whether here in the US or any other country does NOT mean they will stick around or do the honorable thing.

    Take a look at a few oif the issues we have been discussing just this week and you will see that in a few of the cases they center around rather larger and well known brands and that doesn't chnage the fact the there are issues.

    Look at some of the closing of casino or those land based casinos that decided to close their online operations,in some of those cases they were also large well known brands and affiliates lost in those cases too.

    I am not trying to belittle your issue, but only trying to make a point that size is not really a true barometer of trust.

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    Default Credibility

    Thanks guys,

    I think we should really get our efforts togheter. Not only affiliates but also customers suffers when those brands disappeared. I convinced some of my friends to play at Eurolinx and they have lost their money. How can I now tell them that I am credible? I have lost my face and my money just because of them. I didn't had any idea that they will run away like this. So, not only material damage but I have also had problem with my customers. Is anyone had similar experience? I understand also big brands create issues, but what can we do to avoid losing all our moneys when people shut down operations and run away? If the industry do not solve this basic problem, there will be no good time for us.

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