NOTE: The CAP Audit has proven erroneous. All information below was based upon the first result. Rome Partners have shown to track, but the report stated otherwise. Rome Partners does track their players to the affiliates. Please keep that in mind when reading the erroneous audit information shown below. Well, the first 'CAP Audit' is complete. Rome Partners was looked into and Top Game (software vendor) seems to be taking the fall for it. Does this mean that 7Aff.com has the same problems? Tough to say without hard data, but read on. I'd like to first thank Gamtrak and CAP for performing the audit. It is certainly good to have this information 'out there' for affiliates. ABOUT THE AUDIT: What truly surprised me about the audit, at first glance, was the amount of sales spin placed on CAP and 'CAP Certification'. Can we just have the test without the spin, please?? It seemed very odd and out of place to me. However - the plan was executed according to their 'methodology' and appears to have been completed very professionally. Details of the CAP Audit (Be wary... the document is VERY salesy): CAP Audit - Rome Partners The above document goes through CAP's Methodology for the audit (after the sales stuff - skip down about halfway through the document for the 'meat'). [newterm][newtermtitle]Methodology (Our Evaluation):[/newtermtitle] There were 16 volunteers selected to perform the audit. This breaks down in 8 pairs to create an affiliate matching up with a player. The affiliate would verify the tracking of the player signed up through the same audit procedure. The tracking was performed in 2 successive sessions. Each player deposited into the casino on each session and played for a period of time and even withdrew winnings, if at all possible. The affiliate, then checked stats to verify the play and deposit levels.[/newterm] [newterm][newtermtitle]Results (Our Analysis): [/newtermtitle] All Players were not tracked. It appears that in the first session, only five of the eight players were tracked! And, in the second session of tracking NONE were properly tracked. [/newterm] [newterm][newtermtitle]Conclusion (Our Analysis: [/newtermtitle] A very low tracking level was displayed by Rome Partners and this leads us to believe that it could be very possible that ALL Top Gaming Casinos may have the same issue. Let's wait for CAP's second round of Audits to find out if this is an affiliate program issue or an affiliate software issue. [/newterm] Thanks CAP for the audit. Please see the link above for CAP's actual audit. The information published here is commentary by AGD only and does not represent the opinions of CAP or it's employees.