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Discussion in 'Betting Partners (formerly Bodog)' started by Guard Dog, Feb 24, 2016.
In an email from Betting Partners:
The Affiliate Management team has been notified of the new post.
From your post, they've lowered the LIMIT, not the fee (AFAIK).
Do you want to edit the title of your post, I would you like me to do it!
This is VERY GOOD NEWS for me personally, as just this month I found that bank wire appears to be my only option, and $1,500 could take many months for me to accumulate.
Just wish they could pay in $US, so I don't have to face 2 lots of exchange fees.
I think he is trying to say the fee went from 1500 to 500.. jk ...
Good to know for future payments.. As for now I am still paid via bank card But yes $1500 was a bit much for a minimum ..
How does the payment to a debit card work? Does it just appear as an increase in your checking account balance?
They paid me to my debit card in January - and yes, the funds just went straight into my bank account.
But then they said they couldn't do it again in February, so I had to go with Bank Wire... to the EXACT SAME bank account.
I don't understand what's going on there
A reminder is sent to all affiliate managers.
I currently get a check but its $65 in total fees (bank raised it from $15 to $25).
Plus 99% of the time I get the tracking email after the delivery.
I could save $300 a year if I eliminate the bank fee.
Yes I have been paid out to my bank card (and credit card when playing). It processes just like if you where to go to the store and get a refund back to your card.. But they are able to do it for any amount. Seems to be faster then a bank wire, and as you said, no fee..
no fee. that makes it $780 a year I could save.
btw, I did get the same email.
perhaps I have it wrong. I thought there was a $40 courier fee?
Oh for check yes. I still have the bank card option for whatever reason (us)
All my cards are MC. I'm thinking that might be a problem.
here is the answer if anyone is wondering: Please note that we're only able to send payments to Visa branded credit cards.
Actually there is a limit. That limit is $3,000 USD per transaction currently.
In the US market, processing is, shall we say, "tricky at times." There are different offshore processors for different types of transactions. Most of them are 3rd party processors. What likely happened is that whoever processed your first VFF refund payment saw something they didn't like and/or ran into some kind of issue and refused to do it again. Where as whoever is processing their bank wires at this time is just fine sending to the bank you use. This sort of thing happens, I've seen it time and time again with affiliate friends and our clients using BettingPartners and other US-facing gambling sites.
That's why they call them VFF refunds (Visa Fast Funds) haha