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Discussion in 'Affiliate and Program Issues' started by byebyebaby, Nov 18, 2014.
Leo Vegas? This thread is about Leo Jackpot
@Bet4You: I did not want to edit the links as they were a statement by another person. Thanks for the info though.
@CaseyM: You're right. I corrected that typo. Thanks for the heads up.
Assume you mean me with "Bonus Parade" ? It is Bonus Paradise and I am a "she". But not biggie, just thought I mention it
Yeah sure! LOL
I have removed LeoJackpot and this statement does sure not change my decision!
Leo Jackpot and LeoAffiliates would like to officially state their position following the statement by Mr Constantine Alexander Korniliou on the 18 th November 2014.
Leo Jackpot would like to clarify that contrary to what was written, it has no legal relationship with Mr Constantine Alexander Korniliou. To this end he was also never employed by LeoJackpot/LeoAffiliates, and any statement to contrary was false and misleading. This was also confirmed by Mr Constantine Alexander Korniliou in his corrective statement dated 24 November 2014, which is also being posted for everyone’s perusal together with this communication.
Leo Jackpot would also like to assure all the affiliates that contrary to what might have been inferred the details of the affiliates of Leo Jackpot were to its knowledge always real and all the commissions always honoured.
We are investigating if there was any wrong doing by any third party and are reserving all our rights at Law.
Furthermore as intimated above, please find the corrective statement made by Mr. Constantine Alexander Korniliou for everybody’s perusal.
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.
We hope to have cleared this situation created by the misinformation provided to the affiliate sites by Mr. Korniliou which wrongfully created a wrong impression on the seriousness and integrity of the site Leo Jackpot.
I've been handed this press release from a contact at FenGaming;
Personally I've chatted to FenGaming about this and I'm inclined to accept what's being stated - if Tuukay were indeed marketing other brands to the Leo Jackpots database then Leo Jackpots have been stung out of this as well. And right from the get-go Constantine was clear that Fen weren't involved with this - http://www.gpwa.org/forum/another-one-bites-dust-220257.html - and it seems to be Fen that are really pissed off (understandably) as their name's being dragged through the mud with Tuukay.
Whether this is or isn't what it appears to be unless someone has some actual quantifiable proof I just don't see a lot to base judgements on. That's the unfortunate reality of the affiliate market - we're denied the information that would be needed to verify something like this.
Any Casino with "Leo" in the name should give you an idea of where they're based and the history behind programs that reside there.
It's not just LeoJackpot there are actually several online sites that do this kinds of business. But thanks to you for sharing this good secret to the forum. I guess it will help us all