I have been with Partner Gaming (Linesmaker) since 2005 and have always given them top billing. A previous manager at Partner Gaming (Linesmaker) told me while I didn’t bring in many players the ones I brought in bet often and sometimes big and played there for years. The program changed a few yrs ago and now I am dropped from there program and money is owed me, I am not sure how much because they locked me out. On March 22, I received 20 (Twenty) of these emails from them, which was pretty normal for me. A new sale was posted to your earnings account. Sale details: Commission: $$$$ Date&time: 2013-03-22 06:22:35 Status: Approved Not all emails said I had this much commission, ½ most likely saying the players won money, but my point is I was still making them good money howbeit older players. (Remember lifetime of the players). That was in the terms I signed under, they are gone now. On the 23 of March I went to change some Linesmaker banners and was locked out. I emailed them and they replied I was in the process of being terminated because I had no new players since Feb of 2012. That was never in the old contract and is not in the new one. I asked about the commissioned due me and Angelina Taylor my affiliate manager told me they didn’t have to pay me because my last new player was Feb of 2012 and didn’t have to pay me after 6 months of being terminated. Neither are in the old or new T and C’s. She told me to read in the T and C’s 11.2, Well here is 11.2: “If we continue to permit activity (generation of revenue) from customers after termination, this will not constitute a continuation or renewal of this Agreement or a waiver of termination. When enrolled under a net revenue scheme you may be able to collect earnings from our program up to 6 months after the date of termination. “ Here is the term letter they sent me, you can see the date. Not even close to being 6 months after they terminated me: March 27, 2013. Hi Charles (Affiliate ID 1473): "The purpose of this communication is to inform you of the regrettable but necessary decision to terminate your affiliate agreement with Partner Gaming due to the lack of any newly referred customers beginning March 2012. All rights and licenses previously afforded pursuant to the Agreement with Partner Gaming are no longer in effect. Please remove all related links and graphics from your websites. While we very much appreciate your past efforts, the relationship is no longer beneficial. Regards, Angelina Taylor, Affiliate Relations Manager" What a way to end 7 year partnership saying......The relationship is no longer beneficial? And what the hell can I do about it!