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Unread 06-17-2008, 05:05 AM
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i can add a little here,

first i want to say congrats ste! i know how nice it is to collect a first time from a whale. fantastic job and if you keep working as hard as you do, more will come your way. couldn't have happened to a better gal!

as for the casinoshare clones, players can collect bonuses at 2 casinos with no problem and they will not have problems outside of the norm collecting if they hit.

grant that runs the players palace program is a good man and he does take the time to make sure his affiliates are treated fairly, i couln't ask for more out of any manager. white lable programs are all not this good and may not belong here but this one has earned a place on my sites as well.

once again, just happy to see your hard work pay off for you ste....keep up the good work!

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Unread 06-17-2008, 03:09 PM
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Thanks so much joe, learn from the best ya know.
I thought the players could collect bonuses at 2 casinos with no problem but wasnt sure if I was right. Just so much to remember with all of this and my busy everyday life it gets overwhelmed at times.

I was very impressed with Grant and the way things were handled and more earnings this month so Im going to keep them.

Thank You again pdj
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Unread 06-18-2008, 03:58 PM
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Ok, I have had a chance to find out more from Grant,

Joe is correct ( doesnt surprise me), players can collect bonuses at 2 casinos with no problem, they are seperate from casinoshare/grandmondial

Also was told they will be getting our own casino id shortly, which will remove all problems related to sign up bonuses and white labels...


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Unread 06-18-2008, 04:02 PM
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Also was told they will be getting our own casino id shortly, which will remove all problems related to sign up bonuses and white labels...
Good to know ste, thanks. Glad to see you doing well with them. That's good enough for me!

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Unread 06-18-2008, 04:26 PM
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Thank you stemat and pdjoe for the kind words

We are a Playshare white label, but run a completely seperate company and Affiliate program. We have also put alot of work into creating an extremely strong, independant brand. Players who may already have accounts with Casinoshare and Grand Mondial are still illegible for our new player sign up bonuses, and will be attributed to your affiliate account.

We are the biggest, and fastest growing Playshare white label, and would love you to put us to the test, as we pride ourselves in our service excellence.

Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions you may have regarding our operation.

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Unread 06-18-2008, 04:57 PM
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Thanks Grant,

First of all for putting together a program that obviously is based upon strong ethics and honesty among the affiliates and players alike.

Second, I want to thank you for creating an account here, and if you take note, I have raised your permission level to that of an Affiliate Program, and it will show in your user title shortly if it doesn't already.

As you can see by this thread, we have been discussing the good/bad points of white-labels, and it does in fact appear that you guys have handled many of these points very well.

It has been stated that within the Playshare group, players are allowed to take a total of 2 bonuses, but then you state if a player has taken one at CasinoShare and Grand Mondial that same player would still be eligible to take a bonus at Players Palace? (so your property does not follow the 2 property rule?)

I am just looking for a little better clarification here. Here is a what-if scenario. What if a player takes a bonus at 2 different white-lables before being introduce to your property? Yours would be #3 as far as white-labels, are they still able to take a bonus?


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Unread 06-18-2008, 04:57 PM
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The other part of white-labels that we have not fully explored is exactly how we will handle giving white-labels a forum here at the GIA. We will be discussing this as a group among the senior members here at the GIA, and we will keep you informed of the progress of that discussion, and let you know when we make a decision as to the direction that will take.

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Unread 06-18-2008, 05:21 PM
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Hi Rick,

We would obviously love to get more involved with the forums, so look forward to your decision.

To be completely upfront with you, although players can receive bonuses from Casinoshare, Grand Mondial and Players Palace, they can only receive from one of the white labels. The other white label casino's have fairly small player bases, so we have not come accross this scenario very often. On the few occassions when it has occurred, we have handled it on an individual, player by player basis, and have not had any complaints.

From an affiliates perspective, I guess it is the same as the risk you take when referring players to any of the long established casino's, as the chances are even higher that the player may have already opened an account with them in the past, and be linked to another affiliates id (and not be elligible for a sign up bonus).

We manage any potential situation very carefully, and our existing affiliate base are really not experiencing problems with this, and appear to be extremely happy with our program.

Hope this answers your questions.

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Unread 06-18-2008, 11:49 PM
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Hi Grant,
We have had a discussion in the Webmaster forums, and I believe the concensus is that this particular situation is not at all like most White labels we have seen over the years.

I am convinced that Grant, and Players Palace should have a forum of their own.

Rick, when you have a minute,...Make it happen!!!
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Unread 06-19-2008, 12:33 AM
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I will do just that.

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