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Poker Affiliates who pay per free signup??

Discussion in 'CPA' started by lewi, Jan 12, 2009.

  1. lewi

    lewi Elite Member

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    Hey,
    I want to try a new method and need to know in your personal opinions and experience what is the best poker affiliate programs out there??

    they need to ......

    pay via wire transfer
    pay at least once a month
    pay over $70 per signup
    pay per signup even if the user doesnt deposit any credits etc
     
  2. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    uh oh thats a bad one :p , but well most of them offer you can take the money to your poker account and then straight to CC or how ever you like.

    But 70$ payout without deposit is tricky one :p
     
  3. Jagged55

    Jagged55 Power Member

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    Nobody will pay you for free players...it just doesn't make sense to.
     
  4. lewi

    lewi Elite Member

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    really??

    i thought there were loads? and they just have to add their cc and thats it... but dont have to play or deposit any money.

    Granted the ones that pay higher you have to get them to get X number of points or earn X amount... but still.
     
  5. Jagged55

    Jagged55 Power Member

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    Why would you have to add your CC to be a free player? You can go to a dozen top sites and never have to enter a lick of accurate info to play for free. Not sure why anyone would pay you a $70 CPA for nothing in return.
     
  6. dirtysecret

    dirtysecret Regular Member

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    Some might pay you for free player sign ups. But it's going to be very small; like a $1 maybe $2 at best. And if they are, they're playing the odds that a certain percentage of those free sign ups will gamble real money.

    But if they do, you won't be seeing any bonus. After all, the poker site would have been the one taking all of the risk upfront (paying you for someone who wasn't an asset yet).
     
  7. Geetfaux

    Geetfaux Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Rocketprofit have a pureplay offer - per free sign up it's only around $3 though but it's a nice offer to promote & very easy for the end-user to sign up.

    Also check out offervault.com to find more.
     
  8. mockba

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    i believe that pureplay offer is now only $1-$1.20 per sign-up. i've been doing bodog offer for a while - they pay $100 per sign up but will require a $20 deposit. obviously, if you keep sending deadbeats your AM will have you switched to revenue sharing.

    nobody will do a single pay-out without deposit. easy days are long gone..
     
  9. punn3301

    punn3301 Junior Member

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    If you're dead set on finding what you are looking for in your post, I suggest you hop in Doc Brown's Delorean, step on the gas, and get that baby up to 88 MPH.....and travel back in time about 4 or 5 years. Because it isn't going to happen.

    I tried to explain this to someone a couple days ago. Poker sites aren't going to pay out for free players. Why would they? Especially considering how much of a pain it can sometimes be for players to deposit money. Sure, if you're a poker vet, depositing is easy. But if you're a n00b or brand new player, depositing money can be intimidating.

    Sites used to pay for FREE players because they knew it was easy to get them to deposit money. Just whip out that CC and make a deposit, or use Neteller. Now it isn't as easy and players are harder to find.

    That combined with scumbags just looking to SCAM poker sites has brought about the changes. Similar things happened in the adult industry. I remember some sites used to pay affiliates $70 when a new member joined a $25 a month porn site because they knew how EASY it would be to make double or triple that of of him.

    That is until cheaters just started joining for a month and then quitting, either on 20 different CC's of their own, their friends, and family...or CC's they had just flat out stolen.

    It's a business. That shit is a burden on the business and in order to stay in business these companies have to find a way to guard against that fraud.

    Back to the poker topic. Like "mockba" said, any site that sees that your leads are all deadbeats that never deposit money is going to switch you to rev share almost immediately and not pay you a dime for your free signups until they deposit some frickin cash.
     
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  10. dirtysecret

    dirtysecret Regular Member

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    Bring the pain Punn!

    You cracked me up a little, but it all needed said and was dead on (I was just too lazy to write it all).