Look what I got about LeoJackpot

byebyebaby

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Dear Affiliates,

Hope this email finds you well.

This is Constantine, the ex-head of affiliates for LeoJackpot.

I am sending you this email from my personal email address as I do not longer work for LeoJackpot.

I wanted to contact you earlier but I had to make sure I receive my final payment before doing that. I hope you understand.

The reason for sending this email is that I would like to bring to your attention the practices used by LeoJackpot and which resulted in me leaving the company.

Unfortunately their work ethics are not to the standard they should be. To make it sort, they are stealing your registered players with LeoJackpot and using their details to email them (with their own affiliate tracking code) offers from other operators. The email used is : newsletter@abccampaign.com

Also, with a bit of investigation I discovered that the guy owning 50% of LeoJackpot, and who runs the operational side of things, has an interesting history:
http://www.pokerhistory.eu/history/online-poker-scandals/eurolinx-betonbet-scamdal
http://oddsavisen.com/jo-arild-remme-norges-strste-svindler/

Lastly, before I left the company, I overheard some discussions about launching another operation with the name xxlcasino.

I would like to advice you to avoid LeoJackpot as well as xxlcasino if they launch it. These kind of people should be ousted from the industry.

PERSONAL NOTE: I am not going to gain anything from this email besides standing up to what I feel is right. I follow or at least try to follow my principals on a daily basis and do not compromise for anything. I have been told that this might affect my future prospects of finding employment in this industry but I am willing to take that risk. I am an affiliate manager that enjoys building trustworthy relationships on equal terms( I treat affiliates as I would treat my friends). That is something all affiliate managers should strive for. And because of that, I could not just stay silent and therefore decided to send you this email.

Anyway, the choice is yours!

Wish you a very nice day.

Kind Regards
Constantine
 

Bonus Paradise

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Thanks for this info!

I signed up with them not so long ago and Constantine is/was our aff manager.
On the begin he kept sending me info on promotions etc, and then the emails suddenly stopped.

I will remove them.
 
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edgarf76

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Thank you! I never signed up with them and I am glad you brought that to affiliates attn. I appreciate the heads up.
 

i-man

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Thanks for sharing this info, i was planning on joining them but i will wait and see what happen to this program.
 

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I was thinking to signup to their affiliate program...but after what described by their ex affiliate manager....amazing and thanks for sharing "byebyebaby"
 

BettingMalta

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anyone knows the current affiliate manager? So I will avoid all websites involved (LeoJackpot - xxlcasino - .....)
 

byebyebaby

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Got an update, but I still removed them, don't trust it.

"Dear Affiliates,
My apologies for contacting you again. I hope it is the last time.
I have been legally requested to retract some of the statements made in my email as they misrepresent the fact and give cause to grave prejudice to the reputation of LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates and their intellectual property.
I have agreed to publish this further statement as it does not affect my initial allegations.
I would like to clarify that I was not employed directly by LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates but by Tuukay which was a 3rd party with no intellectual property rights to LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates .
Tuukay was tasked with running the marketing, retention and customer service of the sites.
Therefore, the allegations I presented in my email are the wrong doings of Tuukay and not LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates, whom unfortunately are the innocent victims of the actions of Tuukay and also myself for misrepresenting the above facts.
Kind Regards
Constantine"
 

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Got an update, but I still removed them, don't trust it.

"Dear Affiliates,
My apologies for contacting you again. I hope it is the last time.
I have been legally requested to retract some of the statements made in my email as they misrepresent the fact and give cause to grave prejudice to the reputation of LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates and their intellectual property.
I have agreed to publish this further statement as it does not affect my initial allegations.
I would like to clarify that I was not employed directly by LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates but by Tuukay which was a 3rd party with no intellectual property rights to LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates .
Tuukay was tasked with running the marketing, retention and customer service of the sites.
Therefore, the allegations I presented in my email are the wrong doings of Tuukay and not LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates, whom unfortunately are the innocent victims of the actions of Tuukay and also myself for misrepresenting the above facts.
Kind Regards
Constantine"


Sounds like someone got threatened with legal action, unless a retraction was made.
Reminds me of a trusted program director who posted to the GPWA, similar revelations regarding two (2) databases and a MGS program dropping aff tags.

Those claims were later retracted too.

I'll also add: LeoJackpot Casino claims "Safe and Secure Gaming since 2004" In their header. Yet doing a quick whois, reveals the domain Creation Date: 14-dec-2012.



If a casino thinks it's OK to BS about this, what else is acceptable practice...
 
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3joker

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Interesting reading. I've been receiving lots of emails from these guys recently and I first confused them with LeoVegas since their program is called LeoAffiliates. Glad I saw this post.
 

BettingMalta

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mmm the story is getting complicated..."Costantine" was the ex-head of affiliates of LeoJackpot (ops Tuukay) and "Bonus Parade" confirmed this (being Costantine his affiliate manager when "Bonus Parade" signed up the affiliation deal)...
This Tuukay should be a 3rd party company that managed their(LeoJackpot) affiliate program?.....mmm at this point, WHO was stealing the players in order to don't recognize the commissions to the honest affiliates?
 

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Does anyone have info about where the company operating Leo Jackpot is registered and who the directors are?

The crook head that ran away with the money at Euro Linx (apparently Jo Arild Remme) still owes me a substantial amount of money. If he can be verified to be behind Leo I will make sure to give him a very hard time.

PM would also be welcome.

Edit: Looks like this person is now active as affiliate business as well. From 2Plus2: (hxxp://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/28/internet-poker/eurolinx-w-d-problems-update-eurolinx-seeks-put-business-into-liquidation-484586/index110.html):

He operates under the name John Henderson this days. Running several affiliates sites and some casinos.

finixtech.com casinomagasinet.com, casinonyhet.com, casinolehti.com, casinodailynews.eu, svenskbonus.com og norskbonus.com. leojackpot.com, tukay.com
 
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