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Thank You Grant @ Players Palace
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Unread 06-16-2008, 12:12 AM
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Default Thank You Grant @ Players Palace

I want to share my nice experience with you all and see if any of you have had any luck with Players Palace Casino.

I have given very little exposure with PPC and hadnt checked my stats often. I recieved an email from Grant stating that my payment method needs updated as he would like to send my earnings,
(which I was very happy and surprised how well I did) . I added him on msn as I was having problems signing in to my account. I have to say Grant was very much helpful and had my earnings sent to QT in the time of our conversation.

Its nice to see a casino manager come to you instead of us having to beg or wonder when the payment is coming, so with that said,
THANK YOU GRANT for all your help!!!
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I do not promote this group, but testimonials like that make me want to look into them more.

I wonder if they would like to have a forum here....

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I do not promote this group, but testimonials like that make me want to look into them more.

I wonder if they would like to have a forum here....
This is a Playshare clone related to the Pharaohs clone, I believe.
I'm not sure we want white label forums, but I am open to feedback.
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Nope, I agree, I am against forums for white labels also.

I thought I recognized the name but had forgotten where from.

I think white labels, if they want to be recognized here, should post under the heading of their parent program. This would help all affiliates keep a handle on the fact that they are in fact a white label and would help reduce confusion.

White labels have been known to cause problems and confusion among players, due mostly to bonus rules restricting players getting bonuses among the white labels, and because of this I think they need to be clearly defined here as well.

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I've never been a fan of clones, but that said, PlayShare/CasinoShare have done a great job of keeping the confusion to a minimum.

I give them due credit for this.

At the same time, it really is just one casino, one license, and in the end, one entity that bears the responsibility.
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Yes all good points.

Since it is in the end only one casino, I think this is where the problems come about from the bonuses etc....and it is usually why I often will not promote clones.

Would like to see others ring in on this.

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Thanks guys, I am embarrassed to say I dont know too much information about white label casinos and like I said I signed up awhile back and promoted very little.
Any information here added about white label casinos will be much appreciated.
All I know is I did better with this one casino than any other casino and with a manager contacting me to pay me just made me happy.
Thanks again.
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Promoting a white-label is not always all bad.

What many of us feel is that white-labels can have their place providing they are clearly defined, especially when it comes to the way a bonus is treated and how players accounts are treated in conjunction between the two properties.

In other words, can a player have an account at both properties?

Can a player take a bonus at each property?

If a player has taken a bonus at each property and he wins at one, will he have a hassle cashing out because he took a bonus at each one?

White-labels, or skins, have caused issues over the years at other groups, so it is probably a good idea for us to discuss how we will treat them here as far as a foum goes, and maybe discuss some of the other points to better educate webmasters about them.

It's great they contacted you about your payment and says a lot about their affiliate program and their honesty.

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Thank You Rick, that helps understand better.
Going to find out more from Grant.
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Can a player take a bonus at each property?
Last I knew, the answer to that is no.

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If a player has taken a bonus at each property and he wins at one, will he have a hassle cashing out because he took a bonus at each one?
Based the answer to the first question, then yes, there would be a problem.

Like I said though, they seem to manage the situation fairly well so far, so it seems that players understand this.

There are around 20 clones right now.
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