Apr 5, 2011 Wrong. I am not confused and I know exactly what I am talking about. You keep arguing that he is paid on "net revenue". We know this. The point is your net revenue is at a maximum 85% of the gross, which is far lower than a lot of other programs. Therefore 25% commission = 21.25% in the real world. You know that, why won't you acknowledge it? 17.8% is the % lauferb calculated that he earned on a player's losses of 1277.36. It is his share of gross revenue. I assume it is lower than 21.25% because there were bonuses in there, but the point is that it cannot be higher than 21.25%. If he wants to earn a "real" 25% of his player's net revenue then he needs to be on 30% in your program. The point is that affiliates should be aware that an advertised 25% revenue share (despite you laughably calling it "among the highest in the industry") is not directly comparable across different programs, because some programs like yours and Bodog subtract unusually high fees from the gross revenue before calculating the commission. You also hide the 15% fee in clause 4.2 of your terms and conditions then show admin fees: 0% on the affiliate's commission structure page. Not exactly transparent. And as Topponline said and I know, not all programs do this.