Welcome: LiveCasinoPartners - AGD Certified

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    Guard Dog

    Guard Dog Guard Dog Staff Member

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    Welcome, Adrian, and thank you for working with AGD to get your terms certified as 'Affiliate-Friendly' :)

    Please come in and give us some details about your program and what we can expect! :)
     
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    Engineer

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    affcorner Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    Nice!! Good to see new blood. Wish you luck !
     
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    Adrian-LiveCasinoPartners

    Adrian-LiveCasinoPartners Affiliate Program Representative

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    Thank you Andy.

    Thanks for the support. I am proud to have a AGD seal on LiveCasinoPartners. I am "WagerX" on GPWA and AGD(discontinued). I have seen Engineer and Affcorner around. ;) Thanks for the warm reception guys. You may know I've been an affiliate for the last few years specializing on the live casino market. LiveCasinoPartners was created just for that market. This is something I really, really, really believe in. I would recommend developing the niche, and of coarse I welcome AGD and GPWA members to join anytime!

    Currently, LiveCasinoPartners has one property LuckyLiveCasino.com. It has live dealer games from Dublin, Ireland. The casino it self is owned by Vuetec, which has been in the live gaming industry for years, who's software has performed very well for me in the past. They are a great team to work with. The customer support and payouts are solid. It's just what you would expect for a GPWA AGD member to stand behind.

    There are other exciting new properties in the pipe line now, that will truly be on top of the live gaming market. We intend to always offer the latest, most innovative live games. That's sounding like promotional copy, so I'll get past that.

    The commission is based on revenue. The rev share is between 30%-40% based on performance. Trust me, this is great considering the dynamics of the live games. If someone has any proposals I'd be interested in hearing them.

    This is something I believe in ,and I have lot's of experience in this market.

    PM me if you are interested. or If not PM on how I can get you interested.

    Cheers!
    Adrian
     
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    Simon

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    Personally i would avoid this guy like the plauge, hes not "affiliate friendly" in the slighest. The kind of guy who would sell his grandmother for a profit.

    If you do join you can be assured of one thing, he will register a domain name very similar to yours then out rank you by buying links and using other unethical tactics.

    Just my 2 cents
     
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    Adrian-LiveCasinoPartners

    Adrian-LiveCasinoPartners Affiliate Program Representative

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    I am sorry you feel that way. It comes down to the simple fact that we competed in the same niche for the last few years. Both of us marketed the same keywords. I sent an email to you to attempt to resolve any issues you may have.
     
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    Guard Dog

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    Let's not attack folks, please. We certified LiveCasinoPartners for a reason, their program is affiliate-friendly. Their T&C's are fair to affiliates, plain and simple.

    I understand you must have your reasons for not liking him personally - but attacking their certification thread is not proper. Let's refrain from this type of post, please... thank you very much.
     

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