Stan James - Any Good?

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    BeginnerGambling

    BeginnerGambling New Member

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    Hey guys,

    I launched my new niche site on Saturday and it's doing pretty well, with almost 4000 hits already. I even managed 16 FTDs in my first weekend, which was good considering the sport I'm pushing only had one game with odds up!

    Anyway, I'm looking to see if any of you have any experience of Stan James affiliate programme? They cover the sport fairly well and I'm considering replacing a brand already. Are they any good to work with?

    Thanks in advance :)
     
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    Bombati

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    They won't entertain us and we refer 40-50 FTD's to each of 8 company a month.

    Also I discovered afterwards that they've ran at a loss for the past three years to my knowledge.

    Let us know what happens in the future please


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    KasinoKing

    KasinoKing Player turned affiliate.

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    Not so sure about now - they were bought by Unibet late in 2015.
    I was lucky because I had a great deal with them from when I started working with them in 2011 - and I have managed to keep it even though my NDP's with them is terribly low (I only promote their casino).

    I guess if Unibet are OK to work with, then SJ would be too.

    KK
     
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    bettingappguide

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    That's some going in a few days! Well done. Stan James are Ok, not very big in the UK compared to the other more reputable bookies
     
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    Mattias

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    16 ftd in your first weekend. Congrats!!
    I'm Scandinavian focused so I don't work with Stan James. I do however work with Unibet that owns SJ and they are super professional to work with and the biggest player in the Nordics. Don't know how they convert in the UK though but I believe you can feel safe that they don't screw you over.
     
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    PaaskeUK

    PaaskeUK Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    I can not say to much good or bad only remember that when Stan James Affiliates were on their own they were okay with me. Did not earn a lot but affiliate team responded to me in reasonable time etc.

    If you wish to give them a go you will need to sign up with https://www.kindredaffiliates.com/ as they are all in house there 11 dif brands so you might want to near study all the terms and conditions or try get in contact with a affiliate manager and try negotiate a good deal if you are so crazy good with results as I can see with your impressive start WD :)
     
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    PaaskeUK

    PaaskeUK Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    HMMM on a 2nd view I would stay away from them mate OMG bunch of crooks. I never checked my old email address they could at least had the courtesy to phone me or contact me through other means like Skype ??? GREAT

    But surely if they can pull stunts like this then I am sure they would do other things as well but who would know.

    Below looks a bit like what Affiliate(Betsson Group) did but i still have my account and they listened to me but still.......

    UPDATE: Seems i could log in with my old unibet login. But no earnings showing as i know had earnings with stan james also I had active players with unibet.

    I will try get in contact with them and try sort this mess out i guess might have lost all old data now :(


    Suspension of your affiliate account

    Dear Affiliate,


    After reviewing your affiliate account, we can see that you generated zero clicks in 2017. In addition, you have no active players. Your account is effectively inactive.


    According to term 13.2.5 of our terms and conditions: “The Company may terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice if the Affiliate does not generate any clicks on the Content for three consecutive months.”


    However, this is a term that we rarely enforce. We prefer to use this as an opportunity to contact you and discuss how we can work together moving forward, should you wish to do so.


    As you may be aware, there have been many positive changes to both the affiliate program and the brands we promote this year. In addition, the Kindred Group continues to deliver strong year on year growth, as demonstrated in our quarterly updates to the financial markets.


    We would really value the chance to continue to work with you in 2017, as more exciting changes are planned.


    If you’d like to discuss how we can work together, please send a quick email to affiliates@kindredgroup.com. Please do so by Friday 14th July 2017.


    Alternatively, if you have no interest in working with us, simply do nothing and your account will be suspended on Monday 7th August 2017.


    Kind regards,

    Your Kindred Affiliates Team
     
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    KasinoKing

    KasinoKing Player turned affiliate.

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    I've had those e-mails a couple of times - and it always turns out to be a "mistake" at their end.
    Pretty sure you will be OK there... as long as you are still promoting them.

    KK
     
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    BeginnerGambling

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    Thanks guys.

    I'll go take a look through. Might give them a shot and see how things work out in the first couple of months.
     
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