Have you noticed? Affiliate programs show you a range of stats - deposits, turnover/wagers, player information, but they hardly ever show you withdrawals? Why? If we had withdrawals we could very nicely view deposits, wagers, our rev share and the operator's revenue by calculation from the rev share percentage, and we could also see effectively how much money is left in the bank of our players. It would be a great measure to have, effectively you could see how fat or slim your customers' accounts were in total. For example, if you know there's 20K left in total in people's accounts you know that x% of this will probably come your way in the future. If your referrals don't have a lot in the bank then you need to work harder on referring new players or keeping your existing players playing. Advertisers keep telling me that 90% of all deposits never get withdrawn and are eventuall lost, but from the stats we're seeing comparing deposits to our rev share/commission it seems much more gets withdrawn that we're told. Either that or withdrawal numbers would seriously give the game away on the skimmers and robbers out there. For example, how can you continually see, every month, 50K deposited, and you only make 300 in rev share each month? If people are not really losing much, then why would you see more and more deposits the next month? Surely people's accounts are flush with cash if they're not losing? Another explanation might be that they're depositing lots, playing, and then withdrawing lots, only to deposit again the next week or month. Highly unlikely. Withdrawal stats would go a small way to making the industry more transparent IMHO.